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Old 04-05-2011, 04:21 PM   #6
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I like the way the Slayer drives with the 7000cst oil but can't seem to get the SC10 to hook up and I have tried several different pro setup sheets. The only thing is I setup Slayer Pro like Steve Slaydens Slayer and it drives great but nose dives more of jumps. What can I do to get nose up besides punching it more because flying high makes for slow times? Will different springs, more preload, or drilling pistons to 1.2 mm help what do you recommend? Thanks Again!
In the SC10 I run either 70wt shock oil or 1K diff oil depending on the track layout. One thing also is to check you brakes on the Slayer.. If they are dragging even a little at neutral throttle it will bring the nose down. I actually prefer that with my 8th scale buggy. It makes me get back into the throttle sooner which makes me run harder.....
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