Mojave Recommended Mojave EXB upgrades

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Mojave Recommended Mojave EXB upgrades

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Hi everyone,

Sorry if I missed it in the search. I also didnt see a pinned post.

Is there a list of upgrades for the Mojave EXB? What about suggested builds?
 

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I wish I had done bigger tires right from the start.
Go through your diffs, check for proper shimming and fill as desired. I use 30k 1x lsd action up front, 250k 3x lsd action in the center, and 30k 3x action in the back. This setup gives a bit more throttle induced oversteer than my precious setup without going real thick in the back. Lots of capability to play with setup that can have a tremendous impact on how the truck drives and whether it's hoot or snooze.

Same with suspension. With the bigger tires, I added slightly thicker oil to the shocks. 700cst in all 4 corners up from 550cst stock.

I made a set of custom fenders from spare lexan laying around. It helps keeps rocks out of the chassis.

I am not a proponent of buying parts just to buy parts. There is so much you can change on the car that will give you a better driving experience without spending big money. And. The exb is exceptionally durable. I've not had to replace any suspension or drivetrain parts yet after 8 months. Edit: not entirely true I guess after thinking about it, but the thing is tough as nails. Most durable rc car I've ever had. And I beat on mine.

Not a shelf queen.

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I wish I had done bigger tires right from the start.
Go through your diffs, check for proper shimming and fill as desired. I use 30k 1x lsd action up front, 250k 3x lsd action in the center, and 30k 3x action in the back. This setup gives a bit more throttle induced oversteer than my precious setup without going real thick in the back. Lots of capability to play with setup that can have a tremendous impact on how the truck drives and whether it's hoot or snooze.

Same with suspension. With the bigger tires, I added slightly thicker oil to the shocks. 700cst in all 4 corners up from 550cst stock.

I made a set of custom fenders from spare lexan laying around. It helps keeps rocks out of the chassis.

I am not a proponent of buying parts just to buy parts. There is so much you can change on the car that will give you a better driving experience without spending big money. And. The exb is exceptionally durable. I've not had to replace any suspension or drivetrain parts yet after 8 months. Edit: not entirely true I guess after thinking about it, but the thing is tough as nails. Most durable rc car I've ever had. And I beat on mine.

Not a shelf queen.

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She looks naughty!
 
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