Found these...on 12 cell it looks to fast to drive!
YES!! That looks so hard to control it will be fun!!!
Did it bottom out on a ramp that small? That was kind of surprising especially since it has stiffer springs that the 1/16th Slash.
Definitely bottomed out. Not sure what to make of thatOriginally Posted by healthyfatboy
I think they have the same springs..Originally Posted by healthyfatboy
All that is need is a little more preload and they work just fine
Awesome!!!!!!!! Can't wait. My first one will be here Tuesday and my second one should be here wed. or thurs.
Wow! very fast!
Yeah but you never know how that person had the suspension set up. I do know however that his truck is very heavy if he is using 2 6cell nimh. I ordered the heavy springs for min cause I plan to do alot of jumping.
That's all apart of the fun of this hobby!
I had a 2s 5000mah lipo on my slash and the suspension worked good..
i ordered the aftermarket differential i wonder how much it keeps the front end from coming up
3 2wd Slash
Gonna need thicker shock oil and a center diff for sure.
Isn't chassis slap normal? Also, they don't have much ground clearance considering the vehicle is less than 5" tall.
It sure is normal... you can of course put in some stiffer springs and increase ground clearance but then you can hardly drive straight anymore without flipping over. It's all about balance between handling and damping power.
Looking real sweet...anybody know if "buytraxxas" ships overseas ? was thinking of parts etc.
I preeordred mine @ Amain on 16/4...soon i hop it wil be here
Stampede 4x4 4s | Stampede 4x4 1/12
He's using two batteries, and traxxas suggests a different suspension setup for jumping with two batts.
ERBE ~ Rusty VXL ~ Pede VXL ~ 2 Slash 4X4's
Actually, the springs are different if you look at the part numbers between the two truck. They are much stiffer for the e-Revo vs. the Slash.
Originally Posted by healthyfatboy
Wow! massive difference between the revo and slash.. 2x
i bet the tires weigh 2x as much tooOriginally Posted by filmmaker