Senton Jumpschool Badland II

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few good jumps until I saw my balance wires came loose - got them back in all good but wow.
 
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Nice! Some sweet jumps! I agree, it's great in the air, especially for a short course truck.

Are you running 6s? And if so, what gearing?
 

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Nice! Some sweet jumps! I agree, it's great in the air, especially for a short course truck.

Are you running 6s? And if so, what gearing?
No sir. Strictly 4s. I have two 4s bricks. Both 90c one is graphene. The day I got it -I ran 6s and blew two tires straight away. Blew the next two the next run. Threw Duratrax lockups on and then switched to Badlands. Love the badlands sooooo much
 

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Sweet. Thanks! I have a spare set of 3.8 Badlands and a body that's beat up that would be perfect to trim a bit. They look great.
 

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Sweet. Thanks! I have a spare set of 3.8 Badlands and a body that's beat up that would be perfect to trim a bit. They look great.
Thanks. I feel like I have a totally new truck man. The buggy lockups I had made it all Darty and bouncy at speed - esp off road. The badlands truly widen the stance and give it pretty much twice the ground clearance. Landing now is sooooo much more easier.... it plants down and not even A bounce.
 

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