Well, I have my slayer pro for a while now. It was a revo, but since been converted and all the revo stuff sold off.
It has a Vantage CF chassis, caliber tires, losi wheels, variable shocks pistons, the Ti-N shaft hard anodized shocks, Tekno sway bars, 12MM hexes aluminum skids, aluminum rockets, the list goes on.
Anyway, these trucks roll like crazy. Especially when you get rid of the junk stock tires and wheels. This thing pulls wheelies no problem, accelerates and stops great, turning is a different story. Tried slaydens set-up, different sway bars, springs, from super stiff Revo, to the double purple and black. The ride height is only able to be low with the lower rate springs.
Now, my buddy has a Losi Ten sct, and that things handles AWESOME. Far superior to the slayer. What I noticed, is his truck has adjustable settings for suspension droop. It helps keep the CG low, and the inside of the truck grounded when hauling through the turns. So, I took some fuel line and made some stops for the slayer to mimic s the limited travel and it helped huge in traction rolling. Yes, there is lest downward suspension travel, but this ins't a MT, I need it to stay on all four wheels on the track.
I wish there was an easier way to limit droop. I'll be coming up with something that is adjustable without taking the shock apart.
There have been other comments about braking and accelerating at the right times through the turns, it does help, but the Losi is faster, since you can just lay into it and turn.