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Old 07-08-2013, 09:54 PM   #4441
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just got my tlr scte 2.0 today and I must say I love the way it lay out and how good it looks like I have to say bye bye to my new sct410 too me it look better now start growing my tlr family
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The Savox 1258 is quite a bit cheaper, significantly faster and has more than enough torque.
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The Savox 1258 is quite a bit cheaper, significantly faster and has more than enough torque.
+1. Couldn't agree more
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Old 07-09-2013, 09:16 AM   #4445
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The Savox 1258 is quite a bit cheaper, significantly faster and has more than enough torque.
thanks need a rx for a dx3c I don't see a sr 300
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Does anyone know if the following parts will fit the 2.0?:

- RPM RC Front Bumper & Skid Plate (#73042)

- RPM RC Rear Skid Plate (#73082)

- DE Racing MUD GUARDS (#DER-110-10)

- Outerwears LOSI TEN SCTE SHROUD (#20-2697)

Thanks.

The rpm and de parts fit. I have them on my 2.0. The shroud although listed as both 1.0/2.0 on amainhobbies does not fit. The side bumpers are different on the 2.0 and it comes notched out for a 1.0.
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thanks need a rx for a dx3c I don't see a sr 300
I have a nip micro rx for that radio.
Spektrum 3520 micro dsm2 Rx NIB
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Frank, any info on weight of your BCE V2 chassis compared to stock?
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Frank, any info on weight of your BCE V2 chassis compared to stock?
I liked the BCE so much I gave the 2 run stocker to my cousin...
The bottom line is the BCE flat works. You can definatly feel the difference with it.

Looks like you have one coming. Bolt it on and you will see
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I got mine coming and had it lightened by 1 oz on battery side mainly. Should get to Sri Lanka in 2 weeks and with some luck running in 3 weeks. I have not even tried the stock one and going purely but what you guys are saying. Will keep you posted
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Frank, also are you running pads under the battery??
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Frank, also are you running pads under the battery??
No pads. The batteries are in hard cases I don't see the need. The thunderpower 2s fits nicely in the milled out area, but a little foam couldn't hurt.
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Hey guys,

I am building the truck for the first time and I am having a problem with the shocks leaking from the bottom around the shaft (not even on the truck yet!!)

So the description of the shock build is not great in the manual and seems to not have a good fit, looking at the shock from the bottom I put in the black piece with the flange towards the top of the shock, the oring, then the cap....seems like something is missing!!! the shock bottoms do not screw flush with the shock body and seem to be stressed to the point of almost stripping out, and again still dont seemed sealed

Anyone have a similar problem or have any advise I would greatly appreciate it!!!
Lastly, it seems there is a extra 4 orings with the shocks, the top has the cut out bladder type oring, the collars that tread on the body have their normal orings, then there are 4 more that are not mentioned in the manual...they look like ones from the 8ight shocks that could go on the bottom but they are to big, or they could around the top of the shock, but I dont think they are supposed to....LOST!!!
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Old 07-09-2013, 09:49 PM   #4454
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Can anyone tell me what the offset is on the Associated stock sct wheels verses the Losi scte wheels?
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Old 07-09-2013, 10:30 PM   #4455
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Hey guys, I'm building up some 2.0 shocks and wondering where do these O-rings go? See attachment. I can't seem to find where they go when looking up the manual.

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