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  1. #1
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    Question 2wd body on 4wd slash?

    Is this 2wd body http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...=LXZDB3YB&P=ML a direct fit on the 4x4 slash?


    Thanks

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    yea it is......
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    they have that same body for a 4x4
    If your not first your last

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    Thanks for the info!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ARCTIC SLASH
    the 2wd bodies are better, they are thicker and last much longer.
    They're tougher for sure, but not quite as much fender clearance. Also not as pretty as the 4x4 body, IMO. But then, I run an SC10 body now so I can't really talk.
    Turbo in the front, groceries in the back.

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    I am currently running my 2wd body on my 4x4, saving the PE body for race days!
    PLEASE do not PM me and immediately go offline :p

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    my friend gave me his 2wd body to use. it works very well. the only problem is the wheels rub more when the suspension is compressed

  8. #8
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    I just put on the prographix 2wd body, which I think is the same as the stock 2wd. Fenders seem to be the only issue. I had to trim them for my proline trenchers to clear when turning.

    Not sure why but I was overheating with the prgraphix body on. I have the ESC fan and a motor heatsink. It was a lot of grass/gravel/high speed asphalt Over heating stopped when I switched back to my camo taped stock body. I was also with 2 others that had slashes running the stock 4x4 bodies with out heatsinks or fans, one even had gearing that should have made him over heat but they had no issues. All running 3s batteries, stock bodies, stock tires.

    Can't really say it's the body though since it sounds so unlikely but I'll be cutting some air hole in the front of it to try and get more air in. It's either body or tires but odd that it was fine when I switched bodies

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    is the SC10 body a direct fit as well?
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    Rear posts line up, fronts don't. Turning the front mount 180 degrees may allow direct fit. I just reamed holes with it in the stock location.
    Turbo in the front, groceries in the back.

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