Type: Posts; User: chatcr250
Looks like AKA is going to offer a set specifically for the 4x4 Slash.
I bent one the first time I raced mine, and it broke the second weekend racing. I called Traxxas and they are sending me a replacement as well. Thank you Traxxas. :cool:
Depends on the track surface. At our local track (dirt offroad) the Proline Caliber seems to be the tire of choice.
Check all the screws in the front aluminum parts, like the C hubs and steering blocks. Mine did not have loctite on them, and I lost one of the bottom screws at the track over the weekend.
Ill bet the driving was fun, not so much on the cleanup though.. :lol:
I hope it was just a bad batch. Just my 2nd race today and broke the axle I bent in the first race. :mad:
Its funny, after finally getting the suspension dialed in so it would quit lawn darting...
If you are racing, I prefer the center diff.
I agree, trial and error. Its going to depend on the track you race at, and how you want the truck to drive.
I ended up going with heavier shock oil in the rear, and added a spring spacer to the...
Mine works good on the track, but I changed the oil to something not as thick as tar on a freezing day.. :lol:
I have both, and I turn faster lap times with my buggy.
As far as fun to drive, they are both fun for different reasons. I wouldnt necessarily say one is more fun than the other, as they drive...
Great truck out of the box.
Only con would be that it could be easier to work on or more simple.
Mine stops great with the "Bic" mod, and it was free! :D
I couldnt agree more. I had to buy some 2.2 pro-lines because the local hobby shop didnt have any Traxxas tires. Needless to say, the truck did not look nearly as cool. :mad:
That looks great! Nice paint job.
Its all in fun, I really wouldnt be all that concerned if your truck beat my STOCK Jato. :D
:lol: Nervous is not the word.... it would be interesting to see how my wimpy little 3.3 does against your baddest small block on the market! :p