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Velineon - 7.20.16, 5:33 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote
I've heard good things about both, and right now I can get a good deal on either. Which is better? I know the the Revos are shorter, but that does not matter to me.
RCs Owned: Traxxas Slash 4x4 - Muscle Slash, Axial Exo-Terra Buggy, Tamiya TT-02 - 73 Carrera RS/85 AE86 Trueno Coupe
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Billy Kelly - 7.20.16, 5:35 am Post #2: | Reply With Quote
I never had any problems with the stock on mine.
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guys2nv - 7.20.16, 12:39 pm Post #3: | Reply With Quote
I always opt for the bigger reservoir body and thicker shock shafts when possible.

Are you putting these on a Slash 4x4?

If so have you looked at the GTR's?

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from...x4+gtr&_sop=15

Basically correct length (for the Slash 4x4) Revo shocks.
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Velineon - 7.20.16, 2:25 pm Post #4: | Reply With Quote
It's for a Slash 4x4, and the Slash GTRs are more than I care to spend for a vehicle that will not be raced. I can get a set of Revo 3.3 shocks for $15, and I can also get all 4 STRC bodies for about $15 as well, so I was wonderign which was the better option all around.
RCs Owned: Traxxas Slash 4x4 - Muscle Slash, Axial Exo-Terra Buggy, Tamiya TT-02 - 73 Carrera RS/85 AE86 Trueno Coupe
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fyrstormer - 7.20.16, 2:31 pm Post #5: | Reply With Quote
I have STRC shock bodies with Traxxas internals on my 4Pede and my two Tellurides. They are smooth as butter. No regrets.
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Brap Brap - 8.08.16, 10:35 am Post #6: | Reply With Quote
+1 on the STRC bodies. The threaded body makes adjusting ride height a breeze, and they are super smooth.
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Corrupt - 8.08.16, 1:16 pm Post #7: | Reply With Quote
Brap Brap said
+1 on the STRC bodies. The threaded body makes adjusting ride height a breeze, and they are super smooth.
How do you guys build them? Just throw in the stock internals? Also, what do you use to seal the O-rings?

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fyrstormer - 8.08.16, 2:03 pm Post #8: | Reply With Quote
I build them with stock internals. I don't seal the O-rings, the O-rings *are* the seals. No leaks yet.
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Velineon - 8.09.16, 3:31 pm Post #9: | Reply With Quote
Has anyone used the rpm dual stage pistons?
RCs Owned: Traxxas Slash 4x4 - Muscle Slash, Axial Exo-Terra Buggy, Tamiya TT-02 - 73 Carrera RS/85 AE86 Trueno Coupe
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