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mine is the blue on of the two. For now I don't think I have any upgrades planed. I am open for suggestions though!
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View attachment 142659 mine is the blue on of the two. For now I don't think I have any upgrades planed. I am open for suggestions though!
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aluminum diffs
Belted tyres (if you don't want balooning)
Skidplate (if you don't like scratches but the standard frame is durrable)
Thicker or more flexible body (i have a t-bone rolecage)
Maybe a better radio if you want fore functionality
And aluminum shocks
 
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I understand where you are going but for now I don't need belted tires because I have only been running it on 4s... Really should try it on 6s. I'm pretty sure aluminum shocks are stock. I have the body fully duct taped and it is very tough.
 
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I understand where you are going but for now I don't need belted tires because I have only been running it on 4s... Really should try it on 6s. I'm pretty sure aluminum shocks are stock. I have the body fully duct taped and it is very tough.
Are the eyelits on the shocks aluminum? (The parts that mount the bottom of the shocks)
 
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For now I think so. I have seen videos on the kraton and it is truly amazing what you can do with it. Mine is a V1 so I think it could use a few durability upgrades.
 
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For now I think so. I have seen videos on the kraton and it is truly amazing what you can do with it. Mine is a V1 so I think it could use a few durability upgrades.
I'd keep the motor for now. You don't really need on until the thing gets heavy or until you get a longer backyard
 
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I'd keep the motor for now. You don't really need on until the thing gets heavy or until you get a longer backyard
Ok my plan was to keep this motor but I just am a little worried about the temps because I don't know if I'm pushing it to hard. It is the original V1 kraton 6s BLX motor. It does have some timing tuning on it.
 
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