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Old 10-09-2013, 07:23 PM   #5371
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hello,I am building a scte 2.0 by the set up on page 1 and it calls for #55 2 hole losi 22 pistons.I am buying everything from a-mainhobbies they show out of stock for these losi shock pistons.Is there any other manufacturer that makes this same piston?

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hello,I am building a scte 2.0 by the set up on page 1 and it calls for #55 2 hole losi 22 pistons.I am buying everything from a-mainhobbies they show out of stock for these losi shock pistons.Is there any other manufacturer that makes this same piston?

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I guess a-main does not stock that part # does not come up with the search bar..
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Sweet deal on some premounts for the Losi SCTE 2.0

Massive 4x4 SCT Tire Lot, fits Tekno SCT410 and Losi SCTE 2.0
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I guess a-main does not stock that part # does not come up with the search bar..
Sorry wrong part number. Here it is.
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Sorry wrong part number. Here it is.

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You may know but the latest setup from ryan uses pistons that come in the kit. They work really good imo. http://www.casper-rc.com/images/TEN_..._13_reduce.pdf
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You may know but the latest setup from ryan uses pistons that come in the kit. They work really good imo. http://www.casper-rc.com/images/TEN_..._13_reduce.pdf
Yeah.this is my 2nd scte 2.0.I used page 1 set-up and it worked really well on my track,but I do plan to try this set-up as well..
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You may know but the latest setup from ryan uses pistons that come in the kit. They work really good imo. http://www.casper-rc.com/images/TEN_..._13_reduce.pdf
+1 on this new setup. My teammate tested literally every possible setup variation since he got his 2.0 last winter, with the two-hole pistons and everything. This new setup is, by far, the best overall setup we've tried. Truck works great everywhere, even outdoors. I have it on my new 2.0 and I love it. It makes a hack like me look fast!
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That setup shows running a pro4 hd 4300 with 35 timing advance...is that a typo?
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We don't run that timing (we run no timing), but would like to hear Ryan's theory behind the significant timing advance on the 4300HD and the use of the slight drag brake. Our track is so small that I run a 13 or 14 gear with 4300HD motor and the stock 40 spur. If these guys are running a 16, they must have massive straightaways.
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We don't run that timing (we run no timing), but would like to hear Ryan's theory behind the significant timing advance on the 4300HD and the use of the slight drag brake. Our track is so small that I run a 13 or 14 gear with 4300HD motor and the stock 40 spur. If these guys are running a 16, they must have massive straightaways.
If you run on a small track, I can understand your gearing and your settings for sure.

At the tracks in socal, they are pretty big...35 on timing setting is around 10-11 degrees of timing, Its more than most would want to run but I have a pretty soft throttle finger from days of racing parking lot races.
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If you run on a small track, I can understand your gearing and your settings for sure.

At the tracks in socal, they are pretty big...35 on timing setting is around 10-11 degrees of timing, Its more than most would want to run but I have a pretty soft throttle finger from days of racing parking lot races.
Ryan, you still run the slight drag brake? How does this help in your application?
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Ryan, you still run the slight drag brake? How does this help in your application?
And how does the timing help in your circumstance?
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Ryan, you still run the slight drag brake? How does this help in your application?
I try to stay on throttle as much as possible, the slight drag brake helps when I lift for a moment, it can help the car rotate a bit faster.

As for the timing, it gives more top end on the straight is all.
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