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maxtorman - 12.03.12, 11:29 am Post #41: | Reply With Quote
Slayer was 4WD. I wonder if it will be possible to use some parts of Nitro Slash to have LCG electric Slash.
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St3alth_Frenzy - 12.03.12, 11:32 am Post #42: | Reply With Quote
rcpython59 said
Please correct me if I'm wrong (which I hope I am) but didn't they already make this under the name of slayer?
I think that the slayer is 4x4 (nitro slash 4x4)
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Rsickles - 12.03.12, 11:37 am Post #43: | Reply With Quote
Everyone is overlooking the biggest advantage a nitro brings to a 2wd platform: a centrifugal clutch.

Spend the time with tuning it (likely upgrading since it's a crappy Traxxis clutch; IIRC Buku makes a TRX clutch), and laying down the power should be a modest improvement in the throttle feel.
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BASHdaSLASH - 12.03.12, 11:39 am Post #44: | Reply With Quote
Nitro Slash®
Hard-Charging 50+mph
Pro 2WD Short Course Performance!

http://traxxas.com/products/models/n...4054nitroslash

Authentic Pro 2WD Action in a Nitro Powered Short-Course Race Truck
Officially licensed Racing Replica bodies and tires
50+mph!
TRX® 3.3 Racing Engine
TQ 2.4GHz Radio System

Nitro Slash Award-Winning TRX 3.3 Power!
Proven Slash performance. Legendary TRX-3.3 Power! As only Traxxas can, heavyweight horsepower is combined with a lightweight 2WD chassis to deliver astounding performance and over-the-top fun. The award-winning TRX-3.3 engine gives the Nitro Slash tire-melting thrust that is far more than any driver needs--and exactly what every driver wants. It takes Traxxas-Tough durability and a stout drivetrain to handle the TRX-3.3’s outrageous output. Nitro Slash delivers with proven components that have made the Slash the standard for durability, and fun. The extra large capacity of the 150cc fuel tank keeps the action running longer between fill ups and the exclusive EZ-Start electric starting system makes starting as easy as pressing a button.

Extreme Power TRX 3.3 Racing Engine
For those who like their horsepower raw and screaming at the red line, Nitro Slash delivers with the award-winning nitro fury of the TRX 3.3 Racing Engine. Nitro Slash punches hard with massive torque off the line and a wide powerband—bury the throttle at anytime to send the rear S1 compound tires into a raging fury of roosting dirt. The TRX 3.3 Racing Engine features a precision composite slide carburetor, PowerTune™ cooling head, dyno-proven IPS crankshaft, multi-port rear exhaust, and the starting convenience of the exclusive Traxxas EZ-Start® system. It's competition-proven power with convenience and reliability for all-day driving fun. The TRX 3.3 engine is an investment in performance for years to come, fully protected by the exclusive Traxxas Lifetime Engine Replacement Plan.



Precision 2.4GHz Control Radio System
With the TQ™ 2.4GHz radio system, you just switch on a drive. There are no channels or frequencies to manage, so the focus is on having fun. The TQ’s ergonomic design is comfortable for all-day driving, and its sleek lines are enhanced by an internal antenna that is impervious to damage. To customize the Nitro Slash’s controls, the transmitter’s factory servo directions can be easily reversed through the simple programming system.


Built Traxxas Tough™
Nitro Slash is not only built to perform with its adjustable slipper clutch, disc brake, and race-inspired suspension geometry, it's also built Traxxas Tough™ for all-day driving fun. Nitro Slash's robust design keeps annoying breakage to a minimum so that the action can keep going on and on. The rugged 6061-T6 aluminum chassis forms a rock-solid backbone that also draws heat away from the engine. Full rubber-sealed ball bearings provide the ultimate protection and low maintenance for nitro environments. The Magnum 281™ transmission uses a steel-composite planetary gear differential with built-to-last hardened steel gears. The gear diff requires no time-consuming adjustment and is virtually maintenance free. The oil-filled Ultra Shocks™ use exclusive X-ring seal technology for reduced friction and superior leak resistance. Traxxas engineers are dedicated to keeping you on the throttle, not on the workbench.


QUICK FEATURES ON Nitro Slash (#44054)
TQ 2.4GHz Radio System
High-Torque steering and throttle servos
Officially licensed BFGoodrich tires
Race Replica SCT wheels with color-coordinated centers and beadlock trim
Aggressive, authentic Pro 2WD body design
TRX® 3.3 engine with EZ-Start® electric starting
Tuned exhaust system with blue-anodized aluminum header
Compact enclosed receiver box
High-flow dual-stage air filter
Large capacity 150cc fuel tank
Heavy-duty drivetrain with rubber-sealed ball bearings
Ready-To-Race® with race replica factory-finished and decaled body
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theJANG - 12.03.12, 11:41 am Post #45: | Reply With Quote
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BASHdaSLASH - 12.03.12, 11:46 am Post #46: | Reply With Quote
hehe my bad.....
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DaminoMGT4.6 - 12.03.12, 12:15 pm Post #47: | Reply With Quote
I am seeing Philips screws? What a waste
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Tittzo - 12.03.12, 12:33 pm Post #48: | Reply With Quote
DaminoMGT4.6 said
I am seeing Philips screws? What a waste
Good eye! You are correct. I thought we were past the Philips head era.
http://traxxas.com/explodedviews/Nit...Front-Assembly
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rcpython59 - 12.03.12, 12:40 pm Post #49: | Reply With Quote
Tittzo said
Good eye! You are correct. I thought we were past the Philips head era.
http://traxxas.com/explodedviews/Nit...Front-Assembly
Why the hate on Phillips?personally all I see with hex is more sizes and harder to get,please explain this to me
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Tittzo - 12.03.12, 12:42 pm Post #50: | Reply With Quote
rcpython59 said
Why the hate on Phillips?personally all I see with hex is more sizes and harder to get,please explain this to me
Because philips head screws tend to strip out easier than hex head screws. Thats my main problem with them.
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