WTT for a 1/8 E-Buggy

Old 07-26-2010, 08:13 PM
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WTT -- Aluminum and RPM Slash Roller for your 1/8 e-buggy roller

Aluminum Chassis
Aluminum A Arms Front
Aluminum A Arms Rear
Aluminum Bell Crank Set
Aluminum Front Bulk Head
Aluminum Hub Carriers
Aluminum Caster Blocks
Aluminum Front Knuckles
Aluminum Losi Shocks
Steel Outdrives Yokes
RPM Rear Bumper Mount
RPM Sealed Gear Cover
RPM Rear Shock Tower
RPM Front Shock Tower (not installed)
RPM Rear Skid Plate
RPM Front Skid Plate
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Old 07-26-2010, 08:18 PM
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wow looks like u put a lot of work into that Slash!! However, with all that stiff aluminum parts is it a push bucket on the track?
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it handles great, weight is perfect, and the shocks make it stick like glue
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wow looks like u put a lot of work into that Slash!! However, with all that stiff aluminum parts is it a push bucket on the track?
I've seen it run, Its just as good if not better than my sc10. not to mention it could withstand a nuclear bomb
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What makes me think it handles well is the lack of an aluminum gearbox. I have one on my Rustler and I had to add weight and adjust many things. Everything else will even out itself out, sans gearbox.
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lol that was aluminum too, but it did not work as well with it installed
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