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Old 03-16-2010, 07:49 PM   #1
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I need info on diff oils & shock oils I plan on ripping it down & rebuilding it to race spec...ANY INFO WOULD HELP....also what upgrades would you do from the beginning if you could do it again...
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All the info you need can be found here.

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Good truck. You cant go wrong with the box setup. it is a very good all around setup for just about every track. You need to be a little more spacific about getting it race ready though. What kind of track, type of dirt ect. As far as upgrades go, the losi arm holders with the plastic inserts are really good. King Headz maks good ones too but they are not adjustable like the losi ones. Also, the alluminum front and rear braces along with the top plate will do good. the plastic ones flex too much for me. the chassis has a built in flex so all these things makes for a chewed up spur and clutch bell. also a quick remove motor mount is a good investment. After a couple of good runs, you need to rebuild the diffs. at this time the lightweight outdrives and lite spur gear will do good for acceleration. good luck.
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THANKS BUDS, i thank you for your time & not just giving me a 400+ page link....
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THANKS BUDS, i thank you for your time & not just giving me a 400+ page link....
You really should at least skim through it, tons of information in it. I would stay away from AL braces, the chassis was made to flex. Must do's are check the shock ends, al servo saver top, and check all the screws and fluids. If you bought the RTR you will need to look into new servos, the stockers will not last long.
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Thanks again I bought the racer, so I should leave the plastic braces about thee servo brace your talking about the top plate...? Right...?
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