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  1. #1
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    Got bit by the Rally bug...a Gulf livery Rally that's *slightly* custom

    My goal was to build a fast sleeper all terrain Rally that is not just another slash with a rally body slapped on. Not much is stock slash but at first glance it does just just like another Rally VXL until one sees under the shell

    Maxx motor and ESC for 4s speed
    Tekno M6 drive shaft
    Ultimate Slash GTR shocks
    Lots of traxxas and VG racing aluminum stuff
    proline street fighter SC on 17mm
    Savox 1258tg servo
    Scorched rc lcg Sl4sh enders to keep debris out so I can actually use it like a rally car
    etc, etc.

    I will let the pictures do the talking







    Last edited by TwoBelugas; 04-30-2020 at 03:24 PM.

  2. #2
    RC Racer
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    Nice setup !

    What's your experience with the Scorched rc fenders/mudguards ?
    Does it keep the debris out and is there enough air flow ?

    I have a mesh for my slash and stampede, but temps do go up when the mesh is closed.

  3. #3
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    Thanks!

    I looooove the fenders. The temperature is definitely cooler the either mesh or overtrays There is a piece that you can add to the front shock tower if you run in mud or snow but I left that off so air flow is very good.

    Downside is it does make working on the car a bit more cumbersome. But for this car which I do run through dirt and gravel it keeps the chassis pan very clean. For example even on the street I live on, without it, after screwing around for ten minutes without it I can flip the car over and to s of gravel fall out. With this, very few particles of rocks and gravel come out.
    Last edited by TwoBelugas; 05-12-2020 at 03:04 AM.

  4. #4
    RC Racer
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    Thanks for the info !

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