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Old 02-02-2014, 10:35 AM
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yes it is.

try using 4x 1.3s or 1.4s with 50 wt shock oil all arpund as a starting point.
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I think I may try the Avid RC SC10 +3mm Sabertooth wheels. Slash rear offset is 3.5mm so the overall track will be narrower but I can play with hexes to correct that

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Old 02-03-2014, 11:02 PM
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Thought I'd share the ESC tray I made for my VTX8 ESC. It actually was a front kickup brace for a Venom Gambler from T-Bone Racing that I cut and trimmed to fit in the chassis. Works VERY WELL.
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I think I know someone else that did that, LOL my viper vtx8 needed it but the viper Cooper head esc fit perfect without doing anything..
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I did the same thing on my Slash and Hyper 10SC. Made trays to mount where I felt was the best position. Kind of the opposite direction I went with the old Durango's I had.I removed the tray that came in those kits and mounted directly to the chassis.
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Well this past Saturday and Sunday my S10SC has been STUPID FAST. I had the potential to win on both days but I had a few breaks and the mains were ended early. I need a new spur and the spur that comes with the kit is a 48 pitch but the only replacement spur I see on the website is a 32 pitch. Are there any 48p spurs coming?
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Originally Posted by Blystr View Post
Well this past Saturday and Sunday my S10SC has been STUPID FAST. I had the potential to win on both days but I had a few breaks and the mains were ended early. I need a new spur and the spur that comes with the kit is a 48 pitch but the only replacement spur I see on the website is a 32 pitch. Are there any 48p spurs coming?
? The S10SC takes a 32 pitch spur, not 48?
http://www.casterracingparts.com/ind...product_id=440
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Doh! Sorry, Rick. I had a pretty good brain fart...

This truck is so fast and nimble that it blows my mind every time I get it on a track! My Durango was never this quick. I've been racing without the front bumper and actually have had no issues with it. I'm hoping to head to San Antonio this weekend for the RCHQ (Radio Control Headquarters) Winter Classic. I'm feeling very confident this truck will AT LEAST podium.

The EX 1.5R is also coming around nicely and I'm really starting to get a feel for it. This past weekend I was able to match local Mugen, Xray, and Kyosho team drivers lap times. Thanks Caster for great kits and support.
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Originally Posted by Blystr View Post
Doh! Sorry, Rick. I had a pretty good brain fart...

This truck is so fast and nimble that it blows my mind every time I get it on a track! My Durango was never this quick. I've been racing without the front bumper and actually have had no issues with it. I'm hoping to head to San Antonio this weekend for the RCHQ (Radio Control Headquarters) Winter Classic. I'm feeling very confident this truck will AT LEAST podium.

The EX 1.5R is also coming around nicely and I'm really starting to get a feel for it. This past weekend I was able to match local Mugen, Xray, and Kyosho team drivers lap times. Thanks Caster for great kits and support.
My 1st time out I was also very surprised on how fast and how great it handles as well.
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looks like T-bone now has the basher s10sc bumpers in stock..
http://t-bone-racing.net/E-Ultra-SCT10-c536/

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Old 02-15-2014, 12:47 PM
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I would like to say thanks to T-Bone racing for the great rear bumper design.
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Originally Posted by bring it on View Post
I would like to say thanks to T-Bone racing for the great rear bumper design.
I like it! looks like i'll have 2 order 1....
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Guys just to point out that when you switch to the tbone rear bumper makes sure you order a s10b rear toe block. The stock rear toe block is actually molded in as part of the bumper so a s10b will be needed. This will also give you the option on changing your rear toe if needed.
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Just got back from the skate board park bashing my new bumpers on my S10SC, well everything hold up awesome... And what fun it was, I haven't went out bashing in a long time. I can't wait to get these new bumpers in stock. Should be in about 2 weeks.
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Originally Posted by bring it on View Post
Just got back from the skate board park bashing my new bumpers on my S10SC, well everything hold up awesome... And what fun it was, I haven't went out bashing in a long time. I can't wait to get these new bumpers in stock. Should be in about 2 weeks.
You, bashing and skate board park...hmmm yep I never thought I see those words together. Did you get video because that would have been priceless.
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