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    Lightbulb would it be possible?

    would if be possible to put slash suspension parts and slash shocks on an xo1 i'm considering getting an xo1 roller to do this if possible for my next traxxas anyone have any idea if this would work?
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    Why would you want to do that?
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    because if i did then id have an off road supercar and because nobody else ever has
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    The short answer is that it already runs a lot of slash pieces as part of the chassis and suspension. Also one of the limiting factors is the under-tray, which limits the droop of the suspension, meaning off-road is pretty much a no-go. Yes it could be adapted, but it would be an expensive project.

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    RC Qualifier broitsseth's Avatar
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    what if i already has the slash i cant seem to find just the undertray ,front bumper,rear diffuser alone that really all i need if i can find one that i can afford there is a high chance of an off road xo1 in the future or just a murdered xo1 chassis
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    Off-road XO-1 has already been done. Was it one of our Scandinavian friends? I don't recall, but you aren't breaking new ground.
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    awww i sill would like to have one though
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    you can put slash shocks on a xo-1. but as mentioned above because of the front and rear splitters the drop is limited. which means even if you put a 1/5 shock the drop will be limited to stock. you can either remove all the aero parts, put slash shocks and off-road tires. i did that and actually it's a none sense try as xo-1 is too long to be a nice off-road vehicle. if you want me to i can send you a few pictures of what mine looked like

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    sure id like some pics of what it would look like
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    https://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=9042185

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    here is how mine looked like. sorry for the low quality. front shocks are slash rear shocks and rear shocks are emaxx shocks.

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    thats pretty cool!
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