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  1. Thread: Axle shafts

    by moparbarn
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    Between the coarse spline & the less depth of...

    Between the coarse spline & the less depth of engagement (compared to how a Revo is set up), I have worn out 2 sets of axles on my Slayer pro. My cure was to buy Revo axles & cut them down to allow...
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    The bar for the Revo is larger/fatter. The Revo...

    The bar for the Revo is larger/fatter. The Revo has longer a arms & larger/heavier tires, making the larger bars (fr.& rear) needed. Too stiff?? Prolly so, just need to try it & see if it drives well...
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    I'm using the Slayden race setup, with a set of...

    I'm using the Slayden race setup, with a set of Trenchers on stock rims. Works well on hard clay with some loose sand on top. Good on gravel, just that the right size rock can wedge between the wheel...
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    You WILL need revo pushrods, toe links & axles to...

    You WILL need revo pushrods, toe links & axles to use revo a arms. The stock slayer pro axle shafts are borderline too short in a stock setup IMHO. They are the same as the short center driveshaft &...
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    I run one on my Slayer Pro, cut it on the lines &...

    I run one on my Slayer Pro, cut it on the lines & was able to lower the mounts a notch or two while still having NO tire rubbing issues. More durable than the stock body, with ProLine's FloTek design...
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    ProLine 3384-00 fits very well, awesome tire...

    ProLine 3384-00 fits very well, awesome tire clearance!! One of the few dedicated Slayer Pro bodies out there.
  7. Thread: parts

    by moparbarn
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    Yup, I had forgotten that you had posted the part...

    Yup, I had forgotten that you had posted the part #'s on this thread. I was remembering another older one about this same subject
  8. Thread: parts

    by moparbarn
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    Just looked again, to be sure....MIP only makes...

    Just looked again, to be sure....MIP only makes axles for the original Slayer, NOT the Slayer Pro. A kit can be assembled from parts intended for a few different Traxxas rc's, but IIRC they will cost...
  9. Thread: parts

    by moparbarn
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    You can also buy Revo axle shafts for $7.99 a...

    You can also buy Revo axle shafts for $7.99 a pair, cut them down to fit. The stock Slayer Pro shafts are too short & don't have enough spline engagement. They're sloppy out of the box, they are...
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    Should be a circlip on the outside, remove it,...

    Should be a circlip on the outside, remove it, then it will slide off the shaft & crosspin that is under/inside it. Might have to use a little force, they can become lodged on the cross pin.
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    I believe you're correct, 3.8's would be way out...

    I believe you're correct, 3.8's would be way out of proportion & have much more clearance around the steering knuckles.
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    They appear to be stock Revo 3.3 Talon 3.8"...

    They appear to be stock Revo 3.3 Talon 3.8" tires. Can't see the wheels in that pic
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    It's all good, Jerry. Heck, if I didn't screw up...

    It's all good, Jerry. Heck, if I didn't screw up I wouldn't have any special talents! The hobby shop reference was just saying that I had access to a lot of suppliers & info and hadn't come up with...
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    If you have a slayer pro with 12mm wheel hex's,...

    If you have a slayer pro with 12mm wheel hex's, they have been changed. Stock from Traxxas is 14mm. Don't know about the original slayer, Traxxas doesn't have a parts list shown for that model. I own...
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    Because an engine without an alternator or...

    Because an engine without an alternator or generator is cheaper than providing a wall wart. Lower price, more profit - in the end it's all about the $
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