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  1. Thread: Heatsinks

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    I haven't ever had that issue but I am sure...

    I haven't ever had that issue but I am sure others have :) I just check the teeth every month or so to see if there are any bits of gravel or dirt, But it's been good for awhile now.

    I could have...
  2. Thread: Heatsinks

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    I had the stock one on it if I remember...

    I had the stock one on it if I remember correctly. But now I just don't run a cover :)
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    If I remember correctly it was one of the ones...

    If I remember correctly it was one of the ones that is actually to small for the screw I just took a slightly larger drill bit then the hole to make it screw in, also made sure the hole wasn't to big...
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    Sorry for the bad cell phone pic but it did look...

    Sorry for the bad cell phone pic but it did look better on the screen hahaha.

    http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii120/Rac3r_X/RC%20Stuff/20160728_203203.jpg
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    Yeah and I've run circles around my friends with...

    Yeah and I've run circles around my friends with stampedes and slash's that all driver.

    Many of the 2.2 and 2.8 tires do not fit under fenders without cutting. Heck even with the Baja body my 2.2...
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    Had several crashes, phone never moved. But...

    Had several crashes, phone never moved. But that's just me. There are always the really bad exceptions lol.
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    One of my best bashers is a XL-5 Rusty with a...

    One of my best bashers is a XL-5 Rusty with a brushless system, metal geared servo and bearings instead of bushings. Have all Traxxas parts and links. The only things I put on it where RPM and...
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    GreatScott and I apparently think the same way...

    GreatScott and I apparently think the same way lol. I used an old smartphone and wrapped it in a ziplock bag and ziptied it to the upper chassis ;) Helped for added front weight as well. I think the...
  9. Thread: Heatsinks

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    I'm not at home to look up the brand of the one I...

    I'm not at home to look up the brand of the one I have but you can get several for under $20. They are a real necessity for this hobby.

    The trenchers in the sand will probably cause more heat then...
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    That's a great upgrade. The 121 you have now is...

    That's a great upgrade. The 121 you have now is still a good upgrade. If you want to get the 124 it will be great as well. I will post up a pic in about 6 hours or so. Sorry again for the wait. I...
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    The 124 is a harder internal spring. The 121 is...

    The 124 is a harder internal spring. The 121 is stiffer then the stock traxxas one but more forgiving on plastic geared servos. The 124 will probably strip the servo if you don't have metal gears in...
  12. Thread: Heatsinks

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    ^^ What he said :) There are usually a few...

    ^^ What he said :)

    There are usually a few gearing options that can be run safely on 2s and 3s but you have to do testing and check temps. 25/83 might be a little tall on the gearing if you are...
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    The stock one does look like that. You do have to...

    The stock one does look like that. You do have to trim the sides of the Kimbrough to make sure it doesn't rub on the upper and lower chassis. I will post up a pic when I get home. Basically you cut...
  14. Thread: Heatsinks

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    Gear down or Gear up ;) Gotta find the happy...

    Gear down or Gear up ;) Gotta find the happy middle group. The HR Tranny will help with temps for sure ! Once you get it installed do some driving for about 5-10 mins and check your temps and then go...
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    STRC and Traxxas Alum ones are really great with...

    STRC and Traxxas Alum ones are really great with little to no slop. Then add in a good metal geared servo and a Kimbrough 124 servo saver and boom you got some great steering :)
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    ^^ I'm with this guy lol. Also, it being...

    ^^ I'm with this guy lol.

    Also, it being lighter doesn't make me happier, I do like that you can add your own extra weight to it but usually you want more weight up front to help with steering and...
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    Yeah the 4x4 slash is one of the best 4wd rc...

    Yeah the 4x4 slash is one of the best 4wd rc vehicles. The Rusty is a great truck as well, I truly enjoy driving it and have for years. But that being said the LCG kit for the slash has REALLY made...
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    Ugh ! Cyclone ! Thanks man lol I could only think...

    Ugh ! Cyclone ! Thanks man lol I could only think of Boca bearings I for the life of me couldn't remember Avidrc ! ! Oh well I already made the order yesterday to Hobbywing. Shipping was only $6 but...
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    the Hobbywing ones are 5x16x5 I just ordered the...

    the Hobbywing ones are 5x16x5 I just ordered the replacement ones from the dealer it was cheap enough. I was looking at cheap bearings and other reviews said they couldn't handle the speed. They have...
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    Good temps are below 150. I think 170 is the...

    Good temps are below 150. I think 170 is the redline but I prefer not to get up that high even though I did with my Hobbywing 4000kv motor 2 weekends ago and melted the bearings. It sounds like the...
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    Good temps are below 150. I think 170 is the...

    Good temps are below 150. I think 170 is the redline but I prefer not to get up that high even though I did with my Hobbywing 4000kv motor 2 weekends ago and melted the bearings. It sounds like the...
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    Threads might be stripped or starting to strip on...

    Threads might be stripped or starting to strip on the shock or shock cap so maybe try switching caps with another shock to see if it still leaks, possibly use a little bit of plumbers tape (nylon...
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    Transmission cases and the T8088/8087 springs are...

    Transmission cases and the T8088/8087 springs are the only things of theirs I like. Hope you get a refund.
  24. for the water part maybe super glue on some...

    for the water part maybe super glue on some paddles like sand tires :) Then it would scream if they hold up heheh. Oh and maybe a strip or 2 of foam to the under chassis to help it with a little more...
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    You only need one spring per shock but the 2 part...

    You only need one spring per shock but the 2 part numbers are for front and rear. These are super stiff springs I still have a rusty that has the reds on the rear with blacks in the front.

    Here is...
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