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    Pipe/Exhaust - Nitro Slash 2WD

    Wondering what performance would I get if I decided to upgrade my current stock exhaust. Traxxas offers 3 different exhaust upgrades:

    http://buy.traxxas.com/advanced_sear...?partnum=5541X (single chamber)
    http://buy.traxxas.com/advanced_sear...p?partnum=5483 (low to mid)
    http://buy.traxxas.com/advanced_sear...p?partnum=5485 (mid to high)

    Also, what difference would it make if I chose low to mid vs. mid to high vs. single chamber? Again, I have a Nitro Slash 2WD

    Thanks!

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    Bueller....Bueller....

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    ^Ha ha... Low to mid improves low end power and torque, giving you more power right off the line, but less power on the top end. Mid to high losses some power on the low end, but gain it on the top end. The single chamber is a smaller pipe for the Jato, I wouldn't use that one IMO. Oh, you can buy the mid to high Traxxas exhaust for only $8.
    http://www.dollarhobbyz.com/servlet/...3.3-TRX/Detail
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    Sweet! Thanks man. Thank you for the help! I just bough the mid-high for that awesome price. =]

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    The Super Derecho

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    I just bought that $8 pipe. We'll see how it does.

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    The 3.3 on the Nitro Slash has more than enough power to break the rear end free on just about any surface. Is more low-end really needed?

    Just a thought

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