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 Slash owners, what's your setup?

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MrNate
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PostSubject: Slash owners, what's your setup?   Slash owners, what's your setup? Icon_minitimeMon Feb 02, 2009 12:52 am

Hey guys, the Slash is all over the place right now, and I'm wondering if you have any tip, tricks, mods or just want to share your setup.

I'm running two different setups right now:

Snow and Sand bashing:
Suspension: Stock front shocks / oil, T-Maxx springs in rear
Body: Stock
Tires: Panther Paddles rear, Team Academy Wild Boar front
ESC: CC Sidewinder
Motor: CC 5700
Battery: MaxAmps 2s 6000mah lipo
Radio: Spektrum DX3R, Spektrum SR3100


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Suspension: Stock front shocks / oil, T-Maxx springs in rear
Body: Pro-Line HardCore
Tires: Proline Switch tires, Epic Beadlocks
ESC: CC Sidewinder
Motor: CC 5700
Battery: MaxAmps 2s 6000mah lipo
Radio: Spektrum DX3R, Spektrum SR3100
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RustyWrecker
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PostSubject: Re: Slash owners, what's your setup?   Slash owners, what's your setup? Icon_minitimeTue Mar 17, 2009 4:07 pm

ey man, hows WI treatin you, I haven't been there for years. I bash my slash in TX and found the stock tires to work rather well due to the inside wall being larger. It allows for less tire roll. Also check the weight of your springs. If they're to stiff they won't let the body roll and absorb the turns.
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PostSubject: Re: Slash owners, what's your setup?   Slash owners, what's your setup? Icon_minitimeTue Mar 17, 2009 9:13 pm

Ya those T-Maxx set ups in the rear are what is kiling you're handling.
The Slash was designed to be low and soft.

The slouching rear end was made that way for a reason.

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PostSubject: Re: Slash owners, what's your setup?   Slash owners, what's your setup? Icon_minitimeWed Mar 18, 2009 9:51 pm

ya unless you jump the stock springs are best
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PostSubject: Re: Slash owners, what's your setup?   Slash owners, what's your setup? Icon_minitimeThu Mar 19, 2009 2:10 pm

ageekwithabaja wrote:
ya unless you jump the stock springs are best

LOL how can you NOT jump with it
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