Type: Posts; User: kennymonsta
Sweet thanks ill try that!
Hi, I was wondering if I could just turn two batteries sideways to make it fit in the the single battery chassis or should I just buy a new chassis if so could you recommend one for a 2wd slash
Thankyou sooo much guys I think i'm gonna get the trx lcg
I mean small as in not as fat as the stock chassis
That chassis looks awesome, thanks!
Well in my opinion the front tires don't really matter too much on the 2wd, but if you feel the need to change the front I would put the same tires on front as on back. Hope this helps :)
So I'm getting a little bored with the stock chassis on my slash and I was wondering if anyone could give me any advice on what chassis would work well but be more small on the Slash 2wd.
wow dr isotope, that a nice slash, is that the rustler chassis?
they are usually designed for side to side racing, and if hes racing then by all means but if he is just driving around it really does matter unless he takes an unusual turn and slams the side into...
ok so i am saying that without the tire touching any thing one tire should go forward and another one should go the opposite way
yeah its like the 8th most popular name in the world i think
yes i am saying there may be something wrong with your gearing, if you have a hobby store near you i would go get it checked out
i dont know if their is any but i would not but nerf bars on an lcg chassis, also it just looks less clean.
no thats how the trans works, my slash model 5803 came like that straight out of the box and it worked great, maybe the slash roller has a manufacturing error or maybe different model or the previous...
k thanx guys
do you know any one with more post than you?
woah dude you have 18,000 flippin post!!! Thats flippin twice as many as rag6!:O.o:
Also thinking about getting a dynamite aluminum servo horn/arm
Get proline trenchers for bashing and maybe racing they have extremely good grip on almost any surface and they are a soft compound tire.
my real name is kenny so.... yeah
wow i had one of those suprized that fit on the car lol, does it stay on there or would you have to zip tie it?
I have a question not related to the topic but i dont want to start a new thread, So i am getting the mamba monster 2400kv, going to run on 4s, currently i am using proline trenchers in the rear and...
yeah aluminum caster block are usually very durable and they don"t bend easy at all!