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Old 04-26-2010, 07:22 PM   #1
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any body that has raced a slayer i need some tips on getting the traction roll out of my truck it is stock othr than 1/8 scale wheel adapters to run buggy tires also what is a good tire for dry slick track to help problem but still give good off throtte steering
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Chech the Slayer thread for more setup info. Or the traxxas forum for Slayden's setup is a good place to start.

To answer your question shortly is a swaybar kit(a must), heavier springs, lower it, and thicker shock oil to start.

Slow down too, they are geared way to fast. its rediculous that a truck with narrow arms and a high center of gravity does 50. I would recommend changing to a 15/40 gearing.

Brake in a straight line. You cant throw this thing into a corner like you would with other vehicles.
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