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    lcg chassis

    Why can't they make one for the 2wd?
    The harder I bash, the more I can upgrade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billylightning View Post
    Why can't they make one for the 2wd?
    I'm guessing you mean Traxxas? Maybe because there are already so many options out there? If you really want a Traxxas LCG chassis, your best bet would be to use the Rustler chassis and the STRC kit.

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    I just put together the proline LCG chassis. LOVE IT!

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    So many better cheaper choices,If my truck has a pro line part,its must have,I still haven't forgave them for that trans.
    1/3 less weight,and lower to the ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewSlashOwner View Post
    I just put together the proline LCG chassis. LOVE IT!
    Built Ford Tuff With Chevy Stuff.

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    What chassis is that billy bones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewSlashOwner View Post
    I just put together the proline LCG chassis. LOVE IT!
    I'm installing mine now. Where are you mounting your receiver? Under the rear ESC tray? I would like to keep mine covered but there really doesn't seem to be much room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaySlowWhitey View Post
    I'm installing mine now. Where are you mounting your receiver? Under the rear ESC tray? I would like to keep mine covered but there really doesn't seem to be much room.
    I put mine under the esc. It's the only place it will fit lol.
    2wd slash, PL LCG, CC 3800, Powerstrokes, S6040

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    Here's the sight.
    http://www.thundertechracing.com/
    Quote Originally Posted by NewSlashOwner View Post
    What chassis is that billy bones?
    Built Ford Tuff With Chevy Stuff.

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    Another pro line after thought.
    The out law chassis has a place to mount and keep it water proof
    Quote Originally Posted by TheDonJuan View Post
    I put mine under the esc. It's the only place it will fit lol.
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    This may be a long shot but, after looking at the nitro slash chassis, it looks like it could easily be converted to an electric. It would have the perfect layout too. Right down the center of the chassis. Weight perfectly over the rear axle. Nice and low for racing..... Are you reading this traxxas R&D department?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDonJuan View Post
    I put mine under the esc. It's the only place it will fit lol.
    Found a few pics of others with it mounted in the waterproof case above the servo which I may try.

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