Type: Posts; User: Racer Rob
You heard it here first!
There's a new 20,000 sq ft indoor off-road track coming to Grand Blanc. They are waiting for final inspection Monday before they can start bringing in the dirt.
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If this is true then you are all worrying about nothing. No reason to be an armchair engineer. Wait till the truck is out first.
Yep 4x4 is where its at!
Sold! Please remove.
I picked up a Slayer about a month ago, ran 1/2 gallon of Traxxas 20% through it. Broke in correctly. Only mods are swaybars and P3 rockers. Includes manual and all stock parts. Has blue body. Runs...
I think Traxxas is off to a good start. And I love the fact they added the r/c races to the series. Now I just need to get my Slayer up to Bark River!
Yep I am interested as well.
wow that's crazy!
So does anyone else have one yet?
I looks to be an add on for the wheelie bar mount, used without the wheelie bar. The slash uses the same spot it mounts to bolt up the rear bumper. With the rear bumper in place, you actually have...
By lowering the center of gravity by mounting the battery pack lower.
There's pictures posted here:
It looks nice, but I don't see it doing anything for performance. Would rather spend another $15 and get the ThunderTech Outlaw chassis that actually improves the track performance of the truck.
wow.... Why does "one brand" refuse to play well with others?
Ok not sure how you can can say it looks excessively heavy? Doesn't look that bad to me. Fiberglass plate does not weigh that much. I bet it weighs the same if not less then the heavy stock plastic...
Sounds like you have it geared incorrectly. I run a 17 turn in mine, and it runs a lot cooler then the stock motor did, same speed as well.
Its a different kind of twist, not too bad!
That's a bummer, can't wait for this truck to come out and see what people do with them.
The Pro-Line tires have better traction, I would rather run those on the beadlocks. With the power that the Slayer makes you need all the traction you can get!
DX3S hands down, tell you when the rx pack is going dead, ect. Its light, comfortable, and affordable.
Wow I can't believe Toy's R Us sells select Losi and Associated products now!
That's great! Think of how many more people that will get into the hobby that have never stepped foot into a hobby shop....
Aluminum will still bend, just not as easily as the RPM. RPM products are deisgned to bend so they don't break, but in this application you have a steel pin going through it which will not bounce...