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Old 03-18-2013, 09:29 AM   #2116
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What springs and sway bars come with the kit?
It comes with blue front and orange rear springs and the 2.0 front and 1.8 rear sway bar.
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Old 03-18-2013, 09:37 AM   #2117
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Personally i think you should be contacting horizon if they are giving out defective parts (From the info I recieved on the last page). I have heard they have second to none customer service so give them a shout.
Hey Durango, there is Casper and Hacker representing TLR and Horizon answering just about every question on here. Even on weekends! Is that what you call second to none customer service?

Never mind I think I read that wrong. I'm sorry. Reading too fast between meetings.

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Old 03-18-2013, 09:39 AM   #2118
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I think he meant no one has better service than them...
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Old 03-18-2013, 09:45 AM   #2119
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Yea, my mistake. they are sending that one, and im gonna pick one up also from the LHS so i can run it this week. The caps are suppose to thread on ALL the way right? i got about 2 - 3 turns and then they get too tight...
Yes they are supposed to go on all the way. They will thread on with sufficient effort. Ryan has a great tip on how to get these on in his build tips on posted on the TLR Blog page. (see first post of link! )
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Old 03-18-2013, 09:48 AM   #2120
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yup saw that, just wanted to make sure i did indeed have the deffective ones.

now i just need to set my camber and toe out and i shoudl be ready for the track, cant wait!
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Old 03-18-2013, 09:52 AM   #2121
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Sooo I've read all the tips, the order has placed (now that our non HCP shop can order) and it should be here on thursday woo hoo.
It will be fun to build its been a while XXXT about 3 years back and a couple BRP SC18's the last kits.
I will be doing mine and helping a complete noob do his at the same time.
It will be great to introduce our great hobby to him from the nuts and bolts on up to soldering in the ESC.
It should be a few good nites work and its supposed to SNOW again starting this afternoon.
so there no big panic yet we can build at a relaxed pace with a few beverages on the bench with us... AS long as the snow doesnt slow down the brown truck with the toys on board!!!
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:04 AM   #2122
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Sooo I've read all the tips, the order has placed (now that our non HCP shop can order) and it should be here on thursday woo hoo.
It will be fun to build its been a while XXXT about 3 years back and a couple BRP SC18's the last kits.
I will be doing mine and helping a complete noob do his at the same time.
It will be great to introduce our great hobby to him from the nuts and bolts on up to soldering in the ESC.
It should be a few good nites work and its supposed to SNOW again starting this afternoon.
so there no big panic yet we can build at a relaxed pace with a few beverages on the bench with us... AS long as the snow doesnt slow down the brown truck with the toys on board!!!
Couple nights

The build took about 5 hours, with 7 vodka lemonades and some chinese food.

It's always fun helping a noob out with a build. I hope you both have your own set of tools!
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:23 AM   #2123
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Couple nights

The build took about 5 hours, with 7 vodka lemonades and some chinese food.

It's always fun helping a noob out with a build. I hope you both have your own set of tools!
two sets of integy tools 2 ryobi power drivers, clutch set on his...
325w soldering gun.
15 years worth of spare nuts bolts screws etc in the bottom of the tool box.
this should be about my 12th losi build starting with xx, xxt,nxt, xxx4, xxxt-cr
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workbench is cleared off waxed and polished lol.
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haha sounds awesome.

Make sure you pre thread the diff cases, and hope your shocks bottom caps fit!
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haha sounds awesome.

Make sure you pre thread the diff cases, and hope your shocks bottom caps fit!
Rebuilt diffs on one of my 1.0's with the new stuff and prethreading works fine especially with power tools...
Heat gun at the ready if necessary for the shock bottoms...
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you have a link to the power tool you use?
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:38 AM   #2127
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http://youtu.be/eWUDcS9cO4s?t=5m39s
Incredibly close race between 2 2.0's great show
Awesome driving.Incredible traction.Carpet like! Looks like the Losis pulled from the pack while pushing each other.Great stuff Losi!
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Old 03-18-2013, 12:49 PM   #2128
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I am missing the diff outdrive o-rings!!! Wtf
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Old 03-18-2013, 12:50 PM   #2129
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are you sure?
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Old 03-18-2013, 12:50 PM   #2130
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i dont really remember there being o-rings... theres a washer / spacer for the center diff
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