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    2WD Slash

    2WD Slash can i convert it too a 4WD i got a 3s lipo pack i want keep it on the ground on all 4 wheels i thot of getting a wheelie bar but im unsure yet :/ any advise?

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    Not really, they are totally different cars. You might as well buy a Slash 4x4 roller.

    You could weight down the Slash, with plenty of ballast (specially on the nose).

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    What can be used as a weight and about how much is good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitteh298 View Post
    What can be used as a weight and about how much is good?
    I use adhesive wheel balancing weights from 1:1 cars, like these:



    And use as much as you need, test it out yourself as it really depends on the rest of your setup.

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    ill give that a shot lets see what happens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitteh298 View Post
    What can be used as a weight and about how much is good?
    My son had a 4" wrench zip tied on his front bumper for years to keep the front end planted.

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