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    Help for upgrade parts

    I have a exceed rc xtreme buggy its the same as the redcat tornado. I want some of your advice on upgrade parts

    should i change my lower arms and hubs to alum? i dont plan on changing the linkages i think i'll leave them plastic

    should i use alum shocks and which springs are better

    I've also read that you can put different clutch shoes on and it will eliminate the spring how well does this work

    I want to put a tuned exhaust and pipe on what would be good to use.

    I have hispeed h3003 servos on it now what would be a better upgrade

    Is there a better Filter to use.

    Finally different wheels and tires that would fit on my buggy.

    Any help would be apprieciated.

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    RE: Help for upgrade parts

    i would leave it plastic because it is cheaper to replace plastic and aluminum bends and for the servo i would get a hitec 645 servo because it has metal gears and is good

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    RE: Help for upgrade parts

    those servos are gonna run you 35 -45 bucks a pop though

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    RE: Help for upgrade parts

    do those servos have a fast response and i have looked at a couple of different websites and they say they are for large scale rc's will it fit in my 1/10 scale buggy
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    RE: Help for upgrade parts

    yea they will fit but if you pay that now it will last alot longer than the ones with plastic gears

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    RE: Help for upgrade parts

    ne other suggestions
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