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riderinblack - 4.12.17, 5:23 pm Post #11: | Reply With Quote
Why are you upgrading? Are things breaking or so old they have play or do you just want to waste money? Because if so there are tons of things to waste your money on....... like perhaps maybe a custom body with light racks and what not, I wouldn't know about that though...
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1fox2go - 4.13.17, 8:13 am Post #12: | Reply With Quote
Upgrade to a second Slash and have a demo derby!
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thebasher255 - 4.13.17, 10:29 am Post #13: | Reply With Quote
I second the LCG chassis, it makes a world of difference. Could go with aluminum shock towers for more suspension tuning options as well. I have found that an aluminum front bulkhead can also come in handy, but only if you are breaking the stock ones.
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St. George - 4.13.17, 2:27 pm Post #14: | Reply With Quote
I recommend aluminum shock caps. The stock plastic ones will pop off and cause a big oily mess. Preempt this headache and just get them now.
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slick2500 - 4.13.17, 4:15 pm Post #15: | Reply With Quote
St. George said
I recommend aluminum shock caps. The stock plastic ones will pop off and cause a big oily mess. Preempt this headache and just get them now.
Omg much yes, my 2wd Stampede I couldn't so much as take a small jump without popping a shock cap.
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BlahX3 - 4.13.17, 9:27 pm Post #16: | Reply With Quote
If your going to open the transmission you may consider STRC layshaft to change to the Associated Slipper clutch too. I did. No more wobbley gears.

Is this a basher build?
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GeoGoGo - 4.18.17, 12:40 pm Post #17: | Reply With Quote
One_fast,

I am looking to go with the Trenchers but I am running into some confusion on part numbers for the front and rear. Could you tell me the part numbers you have?

Thanks so much and have a great day!
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fyrstormer - 4.18.17, 1:36 pm Post #18: | Reply With Quote
Here are all my good ideas: http://www.ultimaterc.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=237152

I would recommend Badlands SCs instead of Trencher SCs.
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1fox2go - 4.23.17, 12:33 am Post #19: | Reply With Quote
I would go trencher over the badlands.

Almost the same height, not as wide

They will also hold up a little better on rough surfaces like asphalt/ concrete

After that my next mod recommendation would be cram the biggest motor you can in there, slap in a battery and let her eat
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riderinblack - 4.24.17, 10:43 pm Post #20: | Reply With Quote
1fox2go said

After that my next mod recommendation would be cram the biggest motor you can in there, slap in a battery and let her eat
axles....... she'll eat axles lol. Upgrade your axles OP
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