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Old 09-05-2009, 09:13 AM   #16
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Maybe a reason for a tray!!!!

This is after a 5 minute main!

Yes this is a MOD Slash, with 13.5 Speed Passion motor, SP ESC, 3250 Core-RC lipo with Edges, Step Pins on Losi/AE rear rims front and rear.

Your track was to wet when you ran
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Did a bit of race history check! This was after a 1/31/09 race at DC OffRoad RC Park, they have sprinklers!!!

http://www.dcoffroadrcpark.org

Within 75 miles of my house are 6 off road tracks, at 85 miles there are two more!!!

On the dry tracks, if you get off the blue groove your SC has a lot of fluff on the chassis, it's one of those full body things. That is the worst it ever happened.

This is one of the reasons I don't race SC very often.
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Old 09-05-2009, 07:36 PM   #18
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how could you make a slash that dirty?
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Old 09-05-2009, 09:15 PM   #19
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I'll make a wish.. I wish you wouldn't put stadium truck tires on a Slash.
Why not? They make it handle better....
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Old 09-05-2009, 09:27 PM   #20
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Why not? They make it handle better....
That's exactly why not and they don't look right either. That's the whole SC draw, they look like a real truck. IMO
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Old 09-05-2009, 09:42 PM   #21
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That's exactly why not and they don't look right either. That's the whole SC draw, they look like a real truck. IMO
Performance>looks IMO
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Old 09-06-2009, 06:18 AM   #22
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how do you make it that dirty? i have tried but i was unsuccessful
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The best piece of the 4 shown has to be the rear skid plate. The little tabs that wont stick out, and captures the rear hinge pins that seem to unscrew at the wrong times.

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Not a problem

Sold the Slash!!

Now I race a Nitro SC (AE GT2 with a Slash body).
could you show pictures with and without the body of the AE GT2 with the slash body? Thanks.
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how do you make it that dirty? i have tried but i was unsuccessful
Last time I raced, same thing happened to me but, worse. They had just wet the track and didn't wait for it to soak in. When they say let's go, you have a choice to race and get completely muddy or sit out and don't.

I completely disagree with the way they ran the race but, what are you going to do?

A chassis tray cover would be nice.
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Maybe a reason for a tray!!!!

This is after a 5 minute main!

Yes this is a MOD Slash, with 13.5 Speed Passion motor, SP ESC, 3250 Core-RC lipo with Edges, Step Pins on Losi/AE rear rims front and rear.

Man...Ive been there. Did you leave any dirt left on the track
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Old 09-06-2009, 03:43 PM   #27
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could you show pictures with and without the body of the AE GT2 with the slash body? Thanks.
As this isn't a Nitro SC thread, it's about NEW Proline Slash parts.

Here is a link to a page on my web site about the GT2SC.

http://www.t3t4webservice.com/GT2SC.html
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Why not? They make it handle better....
One reason for 1/10 Stadium truck tires, I didn't have the adapters to put 1/8 buggy tires on!!!!!!!!!! My race team member had them for his Back Slash!!!!
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Man...Ive been there. Did you leave any dirt left on the track
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