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I ran my Savage and finally broke a shock shaft. Then I ran 2 tanks on the Slayer to break it in.
.......... Work is consuming my life. It's not funny anymore.
I'm waiting on a sleeve to get repinched and to get my savage x in the mail
Yeah he actually lives local to me. But not sure if he got the sleeve in the mail yet. I might see if he does porting as well as the re-pinch. Or I might buy a new tuned pipe and air filter setup. Its for my nitro star .15fe which people think kinda sucks but I'll be happy to have it refreshed.You doing rayaracing ?
Salt water and Dawn dish-washing liquid is cheaper....So I mowed some of the side yard at the lowest setting on the deck and collected the grass. The Slayer will now go in the grass. Must not spray the yard with Roundup. Must not spray.....
Another quart bites the dust. Dont worry. I have more. I mowed a track for the Slayer. No way with the FO-XX would stay on it. The Neo ST needs heavier springs but was fun.
Some grass may have to die.
I know a lot of stuff gets posted on here by new people. All of these cars came out of my garage. I fueled them and they started in 10 seconds to a steady idle. I do not tune my cars except when the temps change 20 degrees F or so and that is just a small tweek on the HSN. I think the secret is to run your cars often. I do not do after run oil or anything else special but they get run every 3 to 10 days unless they need fixed (the Savage and 8ight-T) and I have zero problems. The Neo ST is stock. The FO-XX is stock except for Proline badlands. The Slayer has new tires in the mail and heavier springs. They work really well the way they come. It is a learning curve but it is well worth it if you stick with it. Once you get some confidence if a car wont start there are only a few things it can be and you will know to look for them right away.
Once you settle into driving, power and brakes instead of fiddling with the car it is a hoot and I never get tired doing it..
Now to figure out how to do video.