Type: Posts; User: S.R.C.H
Ya thanks will probably go with RPM cause of the flex.
Is it worth it?I mainly bash no racing.
I want to get trencher tyres for my Slash 4x4 because I heard they are a good all round tyre.How long will they last on street(I wont be running full time on road) and also do I get rears for all...
What motor ESC you running?
My dynamite ones are good.
Yeah the only thing I dislike about the slash is the motor and esc.
Ya I would just say upgrade the axles as soon as possible it will just save your self time and hassle.
Haha the Slash 4x4 is very durable!
You would probably get more help and advice in the slash mini thread.
Whats the worst crash that has ever happened to you?I have three with all different cars.
I and my friends were driving my Revo 3.3 at a construction site and I was getting to...
This is how I keep dirt out of my driveshaft:I get a helicopter tail boom and place it down the middle of the chassis and it has a tight fit and the driveshaft can move freely inside it and it works...
Haha good job.
Thats unlucky but you could always sell them.Also post pics when its done.
Ok I am looking for a set of 1/8 wheels and tyres but I cant find anything that are for onroad and offroad.I am looking for tyres that do weel on and offroad but I dont really care about the rim...
Stay away from integy!
Cool the Kawasaki edition is my favourite
RPM makes after market parts.
RPM have a bearing blaster to clean out the bearings.
Yeah I agree to build it yourself is fun.
Maybe buy a roller and add what you need.
So was it Rc Screwz,Tonys Screws or just stock slash 4x4 screws?
It says you already have a RC screw kit on it but which kit is it?Good job and the body is cool.
Which one did you get the centre on or the rear/front ones?
If you had a choice between a kit Slash 4x4 or a RTR Slash 4x4 which would you choose?.I personally would think a kit would be cool.