Type: Posts; User: N9Ne_Breaker
its an exact fit me and rob have the same problem but it is so close you cant fit anything, it almost a little to long without the drive cup there in the back
but i dont wanna by another lol oh well looks like i might have to
what i ended up doing is getting the rear break kit but i am trying to keep the cvds so the back one with the longer shaft of the center dif i went back to stok and kept the front the same whatever...
cameron do you have any type of Center CVDs on your truck?
definitly its a rock crawling body right?
no its the right one i just fixed it by putting a smaller drive shaft in but im going to get the rear break kit so it will be fine
ok i got the center dif right and i have the THS CVDs on my slayer but the center dif will not fit now the new dif is longer than the old shaft WHAT THE EFF why would they do that? is there any fixes...
yeah there is alreay a groove there for the rear
yeah i have the THS center ones i threw the pins on those the first time i ran it but i got new pins and then tightened them down real tight now they work great
does anyone know other cvds for the slayer the FLM ones cost way too much:mad:
i have those on mine i have ran my slayer going full speed into things never bent or broke so i recomend them
its should be around like 7000 to 8000 for idle
oh yes much... it will make that picco engine hit high RPM much quicker
i got both jr9100's on my slayer S for throtle and T for steering never gotta worry bout it something not working right its the Rx ha ha
be carfull with the alum ball ends i broke 4 with 4 different nose dives, sounds like your on the right track tho done all of that
what do they look like?
just do 4 for the warning..... and it is ok to have 6 v i do it all the time but i dont like the recargable packs i feel like it runs out a lot quicker than batteries. just my opinion tho
i have the THS pipe on my slayer right now and it works great sounds deeper
seriously just go get a slash. slayer is built for nitro i just dont understand not to be mean or anything
oh then go for it
you can get a new one at tower hobbys for 40 ha ha
i hear those wear down easyer and if they get wornt down they can tear up your clutch bell
i have always liked mip clutches they engage really strong too good for a jato on the street
well when you do that with metal it can become very fragile like britle almost but yeah you could do that you do it too much may crack to crank case or the cooling head somewhere
i agree with chris the thing just wont flip off road unless your being an idiot