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Old 01-09-2013, 03:56 PM   #1
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Default Looking for correct shocks for a SC onroad

Hi everybody,

I'm rebuilding a short course for onroad races and I'm looking for shocks with the correct sizes. Since it's not an information easily found in car manuals, my last option is ask for help.

The shocks should have the following sizes when fully extended:

2.75" (70mm) front
3.35" (85mm) rear

I've already shortened the shocks that came with the car (Traxxas Slash) but I had also to put tower extensions to make the car lower and with a better CG. For the chassis, I'm using a Rustler with the STRC LCG kit. The car itself is already excellent on the track, but I'd like to get rid off the tower extensions and shock shorteners to make it lighter (and faster, as well)
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Check out the Revo/XO-1 GTR shocks as they are pretty popular with the guys converting over.
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Check out the Revo/XO-1 GTR shocks as they are pretty popular with the guys converting over.
Thanks mkiiina! After your post, it was easy to find related threads...

http://www.rcshortcourse.com/forum/t...2wd-slash.html
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