07-01-2010, 08:44 PM
Hey can anyone help me out, i just bought a new slash and started round track , i was doing the jump stuff but switched over.. i cannot get my truck to turn worth a crap, i by far have the most power out of any of the trucks. I can pull them down the straight but in the corner's they kill me. I can lift way before the corner and still push through it. Any imput would be greatly appreciated. I was thinking of putting a different shock oil in it maybe 20 or 30 wt on the left side and 50 on the right? thanks guys
07-01-2010, 10:38 PM
Start by softening the front up as much as you can, move the battery as far forward etc.
07-04-2010, 09:28 AM
bring it to the track and someone can look at it for you
07-06-2010, 05:48 PM
I agree... soften up the suspension. We run the Traxxas Slayer[nitro version of the Slash] in Super Late Model class. We have 2-speed gearbox and hit speeds of 55-60 mph and immediately had to soften the front shocks to take out the push. The stiffer suspension and heavier oil only = more push.
You may try wheel spacing also if the track allows.
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