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Wow this is pretty cool, is there anything you feel you wouldn't have installed if you did it again? Any ideas on weight saving? I'm just trying to figure out, what it really essential. I jump a lot, but don't bash the car on the ground hard, I mean I don't drive in rough terrain. Any thoughts would be really helpful, thanks.
 

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Wow this is pretty cool, is there anything you feel you wouldn't have installed if you did it again? Any ideas on weight saving? I'm just trying to figure out, what it really essential. I jump a lot, but don't bash the car on the ground hard, I mean I don't drive in rough terrain. Any thoughts would be really helpful, thanks.

I did have a m3 skid plate but removed it to shed some weight as the Tbone bumper has that added chassis protection. I debated on the allracing diff cases but the stock ones have held up great.

I weight 10lb 4oz and add about 1.5lb for the battery. The real added weight is the wide chassis, m2c bracing (steering, center, rear) and towers. The m3 battery tray is super nice so I wouldn’t give that up - but that would be the only thing I would remove to shed more weight.

This rig has handled some massive jumps and my most broken part are the shock rod ends.


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I did have a m3 skid plate but removed it to shed some weight as the Tbone bumper has that added chassis protection. I debated on the allracing diff cases but the stock ones have held up great.

I weight 10lb 4oz and add about 1.5lb for the battery. The real added weight is the wide chassis, m2c bracing (steering, center, rear) and towers. The m3 battery tray is super nice so I wouldn’t give that up - but that would be the only thing I would remove to shed more weight.

This rig has handled some massive jumps and my most broken part are the shock rod ends.


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Thank you very much
 

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Running stock diffs? I think I’m going to try the Tekno metal ones, thought about getting aluminum ones, but haven’t made up my mind.
Also what diff fluid weight are you running?

Also, MTC has new thicker outdrive shafts out. They are very nice.
 

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Running stock diffs? I think I’m going to try the Tekno metal ones, thought about getting aluminum ones, but haven’t made up my mind.
Also what diff fluid weight are you running?

Also, MTC has new thicker outdrive shafts out. They are very nice.

Nope running the Tekno Hardened Steel Diffs for front center rear. Definitely a nice upgrade. Diff fluid is 100-200-50.

The m2c out drives are on the radar for a future purchase.
 

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