Thoes who guessed a 4x4 slash were right :P
Funny I was going to go race a new SC 2wd MOD class next year, but not anymore since this is out. I will get this to race instead.
Only other 4wd SC truck I know of coming out is Ofna's buggy version. But that has 3 diffs. This only has 2.
Originally Posted by spikeitaudi
An optional center diff is available. It replaces the slipper clutch at the rear.
WHAT!?!?!? so no slipper if u have that diff? isnt that harder on the driveline?Originally Posted by Mustang
awesome! except i cant see the slash4x4 page
awesome! except i cant see the slash4x4 page -___-
I'm ready to buy it!!! How much? When is it available? I'm Guessing December or January.
Brushless, sealed dif, 2.4, MMM drop in ready.
Slash, Slash 4x4, T-Maxx 3.3, E-Maxx
The next questions is............................:when can we get it ??
what is the price ??
A lot of Traxxas cars
I called the local Hobby Town here and the guy was clueless .. I asked if he knew how much the 4wd Slash was going to be .. hes like, Thats not a Slash its the Slayer .. then I had to tell him it just came out today .. he still didnt know after asking someone .. Im intrested in a price as well because i was looking at getting the 2wd ... ( ive been out of RC for a long long time ... Last cars I had were a RC10 , RC12 and Tamiya Blackfoot )Originally Posted by Demian
Not much of a shock, they cant keep up with every new item released. I doubt every shop owner was waiting at the computer to see what was released today.Originally Posted by zgavin
just after u built ur slayer telnets
i really like this truck looks tough fast and single battery means cheap.
unfortunately looks like barely any parts will transfer.
rtr slash 4x4
some other rc stuff
no usually cd vehicles don't run slippers. Truggies and Buggies don't
Use your Keyboard, OMG sounds Girly
I would think that a slipper is not needed as much with a center differential. The power is sent to the the front/rear with less traction.
4wd Sportmaxx 3.3
E-Revo - Mamba Monster - Neu 4s
Haha Bandit, its ok, mines built a lot differently then the one above, and i still enjoyed the project none the less :P
Im actualy really... REALLY eager to buy a 4x4 slash now and compare the 2 on the track and how each of them handle.. :P i think it would be a really neat comparison between the new 4x4 slash, a e-slayer conversion, and a whatever i have now (e-revo turned e-slayer) conversion and see how each of them differ from eachother