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Old 02-05-2013, 07:11 AM   #511
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My sct pro combo just came in!

Can't wait to give this 4000kv a spin!
Does that programmer card work with the SCT-Pro? I would suggest anyone else buying the combo to buy the newer LCD one for $10 more, that one supports ALL Hobbywing ESC's.

there's even a newest LCD one that supports more than one firmware with memory banks and has a lipo voltage checker.
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:12 AM   #512
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Check my sig and you'll know which one i prefer. And i've owned both.
The 2.0 isn't released yet...
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:26 AM   #513
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The 2.0 isn't released yet...
But the MIP kit has been out since last June and if you have driven that then ..........
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:39 AM   #514
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But the MIP kit has been out since last June and if you have driven that then ..........
Ok, the MIP has a different weight distribution, but are probably quite similar to drive. Did you use your MIP with TLR towers?
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Old 02-05-2013, 08:43 AM   #515
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LOL I Just ran into this same problem. Im not too worried about it. Just went through the whole truck I got used. Came down to the shocks and was like WTH. These are supposed to be great shocks but they leak? Just put the old orings back in till I can get back to the LHS all is well.
Will you guys take care of the LHS if they have a bunch of the bad batch on the wall?
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But the MIP kit has been out since last June and if you have driven that then ..........
This is completely not true. The towers are different, the camber link locations are different, the chassis, completely different weight distribution wise and tuned flex wise, torque rod wise...for what its worth.
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Old 02-05-2013, 08:59 AM   #516
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Do 1/8 scale buggy guys whine this much about who copied who's 3 diff layout?

Geeze give it a rest guys.
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Do 1/8 scale buggy guys whine this much about who copied who's 3 diff layout?

Geeze give it a rest guys.
LOLOL...so true!
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:04 AM   #518
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Ryan,
Don't waste your time with that guy. His just trying to stir up crap that he has no clue about
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:05 AM   #519
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Does that programmer card work with the SCT-Pro? I would suggest anyone else buying the combo to buy the newer LCD one for $10 more, that one supports ALL Hobbywing ESC's.

there's even a newest LCD one that supports more than one firmware with memory banks and has a lipo voltage checker.
un plug the fan and do your timing. the program unit your showing works fine. I just got mine from rc mart cant beat the price.
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Do 1/8 scale buggy guys whine this much about who copied who's 3 diff layout?

Geeze give it a rest guys.
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LOL!!! I get a kick out of people who say, "...the SCTE is just an overgrown 1/8th scale....blah....blah....blah...". Like that's a negative.

Look what Tekno says about its SCT410 on their own site...

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...the SCT that everyone has been waiting for true 1/8th scale roots with 1/10th scale weight and agility...
So, please guys, DO give it a rest.
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:31 AM   #521
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wow, I cant wait till my parts are in...I have sold my stock chassis and parts, my MIP kit, now I have 3 clips sitting on my work bench until my parts come in! I have gone over the manual quite a few times making sure I have EVERYTHING. Cant wait till Feb is over! lmao
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:38 AM   #522
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ryan will the chassis come with the screws that prevent the droop screws scratching the chassis?
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:46 AM   #523
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Please , don't take it as whining or even putting down the SCTE2.0 . I am sure its gonna be a GREAT truck (seriously) . I was and still am a huge fan of Losi/TLR products and have owned almost EVERY single model in their catalogue at one time or another .

I guess I am just disappointed that they chose to emulate rather than innovate with this new model . I suppose it makes sense since the SCTE platform isn't that old and is a great chassis now that the diff issues are fixed (which was the only issue I had with it) .

I went to the Tekno truck because I bought the EB48 buggy and I am a firm believer in that chassis as it drives like a 1/10 buggy , very light and flickable and steers like a TC . Going to the SCT410 was just a logical step for me since it shares 80% of its parts with the buggy . And that means fewer parts to haul around in my pitbox .

Anyways , you guys enjoy the 2.0 when its released , hope to see lots of them at the tracks this year . Sorry for the comments and I will not make anymore unless they are constructive and pertain to Losi/TLR products .
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But the MIP kit has been out since last June and if you have driven that then ..........
Great!!! MIP went there 1st!!!!...But you can not buy the MIP kit and build it with ALL the hop ups included in one box,besides that chassis is fugly (mip) They do have some fast drivers but those Guys could wheel a Radio Shack R/C better than Me..
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ryan will the chassis come with the screws that prevent the droop screws scratching the chassis?
Yes the kit will come with the screws to protect the chassis. They are just 4-40 X 1/8 button head screws.
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