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    Appreciably - it's stronger, faster and digital...

    Appreciably - it's stronger, faster and digital (not analogue). Would be a great servo if only it had metal gears which is why I'd never buy one. I usually sell mine on eBay when new and put the...
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    Yes, this way round it prevents total "pop offs"...

    Yes, this way round it prevents total "pop offs" as the rod ends cannot pass the pivot balls.
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    Personally I would skip the 2075 and go for...

    Personally I would skip the 2075 and go for something with metal gears for the added durability. A few more dollars would get you a Futable s3305, Savox 0251 or one of the above mentioned Hitecs (the...
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    The 2.5" ones fit the rears, the 2" ones fit the...

    The 2.5" ones fit the rears, the 2" ones fit the fronts.
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    All springs, rates, colours and part numbers...

    All springs, rates, colours and part numbers here:

    http://www.ultimaterc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17347
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    You set ride height with the shock pre-load...

    You set ride height with the shock pre-load spacers.
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    A well set-up LCG Slash shouldn't suffer from...

    A well set-up LCG Slash shouldn't suffer from excessive roll overs. If the problem's not excessive traction, it'll probably be excessive weight transfer on cornering.

    A few ideas for you. Set...
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    Those arms can only be used with the rear bearing...

    Those arms can only be used with the rear bearing carriers hinged through the lower of the two mount holes.
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    Yes, the Losi buggy springs fit great. You'll...

    Yes, the Losi buggy springs fit great. You'll want 2.5" ones on the rear and 2" ones on the front. Suggest you don't go any softer than the green ones.
  10. Thread: servo

    by Mr Wolf
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    Look, the Savox 1258TG is a great servo but...

    Look, the Savox 1258TG is a great servo but really is a bit of an overkill for a bashing rig. If you don't want to spend that much, Hitec's HS5625MG is great value, durable, reliable and appreciably...
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    Servo noise varies across makes and models and...

    Servo noise varies across makes and models and the state of the gears. If it's working fine I wouldn't at all about it being particularly quiet. I'd be more concerned if it were abnormally noisy. The...
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    I now use 100K Mugen diff oil in my FLM diffs in...

    I now use 100K Mugen diff oil in my FLM diffs in both my Rusty and LCG race 2WD Slash. Works a treat. I started out with 50k and it worked fine too. The 100K stays in better of course and you an...
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    I've found that gearing chart to be extremely...

    I've found that gearing chart to be extremely conservative for my two Castle motors (1410 3800 and 1406 4600) on 2S but I guess it depends on how you're using the truck as it makes no reference to...
  14. Thread: Body Mods

    by Mr Wolf
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    ^^^+1 Every time I see that picture it makes...

    ^^^+1

    Every time I see that picture it makes me smile and think just how cool this hobby is.
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    That motor can pull fairly tall gearing in a 2WD...

    That motor can pull fairly tall gearing in a 2WD Slash so 23/86 should be no problem at all. In fact you could probably go a bit higher if you wanted, depending on how you're using the truck.
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    Tons of old threads on this combo. Great motor,...

    Tons of old threads on this combo. Great motor, less great ESC but you'll love the performance, it screams. The SCT 3800 combo offers a bigger bang for the buck though.
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    Part #2537. It's a set of threaded rods. I've...

    Part #2537. It's a set of threaded rods. I've made them in the past by cutting the head off a long M3 screw.
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    There's also the AE slipper conversion with the...

    There's also the AE slipper conversion with the STRC top shaft.

    https://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?9007008-STRC-layshaft-AE-slipper-combo
  19. Thread: Rustler shocks

    by Mr Wolf
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    Durability wise I've found Ultras hold up as well...

    Durability wise I've found Ultras hold up as well as BBs once you've fitted alum caps and the hardened steel TiN coated shafts. They're just not as smooth as the BBs plus they gunk up much quicker...
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    More so if you're thinking of the new 4-pole...

    More so if you're thinking of the new 4-pole Velineon but I suspect the 1410 may be slightly physically bigger where it counts as I know Castle sought to make the largest motor they could within the...
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    I do but suspect I'm in the wromg continent to be...

    I do but suspect I'm in the wromg continent to be able to help you cost effectively. It might help if you published a list of what you're missing.
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    The new ESC is for the new 4 pole Velineon motor....

    The new ESC is for the new 4 pole Velineon motor. More torque, more power, less heat, longer run times.
  23. I use the same holes as brandon555 above, they...

    I use the same holes as brandon555 above, they closest match the stock saver.

    If you haven't got a Dremel (or have but just want to do it quicker) you can snip the corners off with pair of wire...
  24. I assume you're talking about the Kimbrough #124...

    I assume you're talking about the Kimbrough #124 saver. I drilled out one of the holes on mine to fit a regular M3 screw, screwed it through from the inside and put a washer/locknut on the end. Just...
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    Welcome to the forum. If the wire itself is...

    Welcome to the forum.

    If the wire itself is undamaged but just its plastic coating, I would put piece of heatshrink tubing over it and shrink it up. It's a more elegant and effective solution than...
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