Type: Posts; User: 911dott
White lithium grease is the best!!! Some other greases will break down or damage plastic parts...
3.7 Proline 1/2 offset wheels with 3.2 Badlands stretched to fithttp://imageshack.com/a/img138/3602/dvts.jpg
My Pede before I turned it into a Slash with 17mmhttp://imageshack.com/a/img832/9818/1004116h.jpg
Losi Ten t shocks
Badlands!! @firemanJBIm -->Nice ride man!!
Go 3.2 Maxx size looks great!!!
Thats a nice ride G-Rustler!!
Proline makes them like that because all hubs are not the same size. I use a small washer to fill in the gap.
Monster Slash & Super Slash...lol
Yes, RPM skids will work!! But that bellcrank is trash!! Either stick with the old Tra3743 or grab the STRC aluminum. The Tra3743 is ok but the screw holes wear-out after a while
Stock Slash-->Brick wall is where it belongs!!!
Grab a set of Protrac arms off Ebay! You should be able to get front and rear for around $20. Proline arms add width, strength, and stability--->RPM arms will start to sag after a few...
Yeah!! Mike's Hobby Shop has about 8 tracks to choose from indoor/outdoor. Also Racers Edge Hobby in south Fort Worth has a nice outdoor track
@Kitteh298 -->Too Bigg!!!
@Dr. Isotope ---> So freak'n cool man!!!!!
Im having Bellcrank trouble. The Rpm pins that hold the B-crank wont fit into the chassis/nor reach the chassis. The chassis does not have the "under housing" which hides the tops of the B-crank...
After tapping some extra holes in the new chassis, I found that the Xtreme chassis is a better grade of aluminum. Im kinda "shocked"
I know Traxxas released some steel axles for the Pede. Anyone know the part number?
ReaperGN is correct!! Sorry my mistake, 70x4 steering
Grab some RPM ends-->they are longer than the Traxxas ends and they leave less thread exposed. I run with Lunsford 50x4 camber and 60x4 steering. I wouldn't go any longer than a 65x4