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Ive had my savage for around a month and feel it is time to buy some spares and other goodies. Here is what i'm getting . What else do i need


hex wheel hub, 2 speed maintanance, spurs, screws, tuned pipe, locknuts, linkage kit, after run oil, washers, shock oil.
 

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Also include some extra shock sets and lower arms if your ordering from
the US, they are dirt cheap and great to have incase a pole jumps out
infront of your savage.
 

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instead of getting this stuff from the states, have a check out of mrc model car parts...i always checked there first as half the time it wasnt worth getting from the states
 

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few 13 tooth bevel pinion gears (for the diffs)

dogbones.. once they break.. u can change them without waiting..

FUEL FILTER!!!!

MP servo saver (for steering mod)

Better Steering servo, if ur budget allows so.. its reallly really good


DIFF CUPS (they wear pretty easily without the diff mod)

if u want.. DIFF
MOD: beveled
shafts x4 & HPI diff gear set. x2





thats all i can think of.

Diff mod is a must i reckon, same as fuel filter, and 13 bevel pinion gears.







Regards.. Tony.
 

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tOiletduck said:
Also include some extra shock sets and lower arms if your ordering from
the US, they are dirt cheap and great to have incase a pole jumps out
infront of your savage.


toiletduck is good at collecting poles!.. Probably nearly at full rev too


BTW: im supprised u didnt break anything :
 

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Fuel tanks have a habit of breaking, lots of spur gears, Diff input and output cups, output cups for the tranny.
 

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instead of getting lots of spur gears it would prob be best just to get one and learn how to properly set gear mesh...(winks at nick)
 

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Setting mesh incorrectly is not always the reason that spurs get chewed out... almost all of mine have been as a result of chassis flex from bad landings.
 

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i'd also advise u get the pins to hold the brake hex and other various things.. ive lost a few of them when they back out..



also.. SCREWS...most types of screws back out.. most of the binder head ones disapear every few runs.. SPARES!



lol.. ur order is gonna be HUGE if u get what everyone says
 
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