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Old 01-30-2013, 02:43 PM   #196
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When will the 6 digit part number parts for the new 2.0 be available for purchase?

I want to upgrade without buying the entire kit! lol
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Old 01-30-2013, 02:43 PM   #197
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Will their be a scte kit available for THIS truck!!??
The Ten-SCTE 2.0 is a kit (box of parts)
I don't understand the question?
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Old 01-30-2013, 02:50 PM   #198
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The Ten-SCTE 2.0 is a kit (box of parts)
I don't understand the question?
Me either!!!
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Old 01-30-2013, 02:53 PM   #199
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Dang, because I was hoping to have mine pieced together before March 21st... Ugh, oh well.


Here's another question for ya sir - No more exploded view/parts listing PDF...? lol
It should easily be availabel by then. They are already on the way.
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Old 01-30-2013, 02:57 PM   #200
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I like the new kit, especially the body mount spacers; they aill make working on the upper shock mounts lot easier.
I see the manual has details for emulsion shocks, will the kit include bladders as well?
One small detail keeps bothering me; the parts of the battery holders that keep the battery from moving sideways seems very small, any thoughts on this?
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I like the new kit, especially the body mount spacers; they aill make working on the upper shock mounts lot easier.
I see the manual has details for emulsion shocks, will the kit include bladders as well?
One small detail keeps bothering me; the parts of the battery holders that keep the battery from moving sideways seems very small, any thoughts on this?
Battery is in there just fine. the mud guard holds it on one side. The other side has those small fingers but if for some reason your bettery strap is not holding down properly the battery will just hit the two center torque rods. It is not going anywhere.
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Old 01-30-2013, 03:02 PM   #202
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Thanks for the video ryan that was a great way to show all the new stuff on this platform.
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casper did you guys look at the shocks at all? really they bottom o-ring area.... to takeout the slop from not having a spacer & two o-rings like all other shocks out there?
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casper did you guys look at the shocks at all? really they bottom o-ring area.... to takeout the slop from not having a spacer & two o-rings like all other shocks out there?
Design has not changed. Same shocks. Work fine for me.
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When will the 6 digit part number parts for the new 2.0 be available for purchase?

I want to upgrade without buying the entire kit! lol
parts numbers out already
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Design has not changed. Same shocks. Work fine for me.
grab the rear shock body in one hand then with other hand grab inlet or bottom of the shock the slop there is what i was talking about. it comes from a single o-ring design with no spacer and the second o-ring. look at the best shocks in the biss they all have the same design is all.
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Obvious questions ryan.. also add answers to the front page.

1) will the 2.0 battery tray direct bolt to the 1.0 chassis
2) will the 2.0 mud guards direct bolt to the 1.0 chassis
3) will the 2.0 center diff mount/wire channel direct bolt (i'm sure yes)
4) Do we have a dual cvd like the 8 v3 coming? Didnt notice this in the specs but would be an idea for both versions if it helps reduce wear.
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Old 01-30-2013, 03:15 PM   #208
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Battery is in there just fine. the mud guard holds it on one side. The other side has those small fingers but if for some reason your bettery strap is not holding down properly the battery will just hit the two center torque rods. It is not going anywhere.
Thanks Casper, I hope to see it personally when it gets over the Pacific. Any info on the bladders? No big deal, but it's good to know whether those need to be order separately or not.
Just one more thing, will there be lighter (yellow, or similar) wheels available in the scte design?
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grab the rear shock body in one hand then with other hand grab inlet or bottom of the shock the slop there is what i was talking about. it comes from a single o-ring design with no spacer and the second o-ring. look at the best shocks in the biss they all have the same design is all.
I brought up the same points earlier, I was told the shocks are fine, so they must be perfect with no room for improvement.
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Old 01-30-2013, 03:37 PM   #210
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Casper / Ryan,
maybe this is a stupid question but I was wondering why there's not an official part (innershell or shroud) to keep the dirt out of the car.
Last race my car stopped driving time and time again, later I found out that it was the ESC overheat protection kicking in since my ESC fan was blocked with dirt..
(The race was in a horse riding school)
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