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    Project Slash

    Here is my "build" slarted as a bone stock brushed grey chassi slash about three years ago...
    it may become a track/offroad truck sooner then later because i just picked up a hpi sprint 2 brushless with ironically a traxxas system lol.... and i just got a sct cc 3800 for the slash that im waiting for in the mail... but i blew out the layshaft pin so im working ordering a strc layshaft and associated cluch.

    So heres some pics
    btw i update instagram frequently if u want to check that out @THE_AMAZING_EJ20







    as she sits now

    it wont let me post a list of my trucks here....

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    Not my style of truck, but nice job fabricating the airdam on the front!
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    update got the cc system in and just put a normal layshaft in because im impatient:




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    Great creativity on that splitter!
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    so r u doing high speed runs or just made it for the fun of it. either way nice job
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    umm i dont know yet i was thinking "bashing" on the asfalt because i like high speed runs, but i made the spliter because i moved the body forward a little more than normal, and the stock bumper didnt fit in normal configuation so i cut it up and put it behind the body, and then there was a big empty space where the bumper went..... hence the "book shelf" (spliter) LOL
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    just put a normal layshaft in because im impatient:
    Glad to hear I'm not the only one who hates waiting on parts.
    I love the strc lay=shaft and associated slipper and run all but one slash that way and it runs Robinson racing.
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    You can run these thru a gravel pit with a cover and not hurt these things,lol.
    You dont want to get a stone logged between the gears tho, this will take out a idler gear in short order.
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    Last edited by billy-bones; 10-26-2013 at 10:38 AM.
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    update,
    cut out the weard bed/rollcage thing i never really lliked, was just going to cut it with normal scissors.. lol didnt work this body is extreamly thick had to use tin snips and the rotozip, just pop riveted a thick peace of plactic in place so the body mounts can do there job lol, and just cut the bottom hole off the body mount mounting hole that screws on to the shock tower ,and lowerd mounts -1 hole

    it wont let me post a list of my trucks here....

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