That's a really cool body you got there! I have a Super Clodbuster myself. I know you want to keep it stock, but here the upgrades I made on mine. FYI: CPE stands for Crawford Performance Engineering.com. It's a great website for Clod & Ground Pounder stuff, even though the website is kinda ugly (in my opinion). There are in order of how I upgraded them, I think.
-I installed these bearings.
- I replaced the weak and breakable stock anti-rotation brackets with these anti-rotation brackets.
-I bought this chassis brace, but I have not installed it, a because I need different ball joints to go through the brace and the stock chassis.
- I installed this suspension lift kit.
I love Clods because they aren't perfect, it allows so much room for upgrades. For you, I would definitely do what I did with the red upgrade. That part broke on me almost every battery pack. It was so annoying because I would have to wait for about ten days for a new one. That pair of upgrade parts saved me a lot of ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhs. I probably will upgrade the steering to two wheel drive eventually. I did not realize how unresponsive the steering was until I got a Traxxas Stampede. I was like, "Whoah, it goes the way you turn it right away and returns back to driving straight after I release the wheel! And it still turns as sharply!"
Clods are awesome, stock or upgraded.