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Old 10-25-2013, 06:11 PM   #5521
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The 2.0 has better balance for increased corner speed and better traction on corner exit. All the things you love about the 1.0 and more.
...Don`t forget its a KIT!! Something we all wanted!!And it has( all )the Had to Have Upgrades, in one box....
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Old 10-25-2013, 06:29 PM   #5522
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I haven't read too terribly much of this thread so sorry since I'm betting this topic has been discussed. Who makes a good screw kit for the 2.0? I'm wanting the diff screws in particular.
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Old 10-25-2013, 09:25 PM   #5523
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well guys I am going to jump ship from tekno to come over and give the scte 2.0 ago sell off my mugens and tekno and give tlr a go for a season
has any one used the bce chassie yet if so how is it
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Old 10-25-2013, 09:28 PM   #5524
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well guys I am going to jump ship from tekno to come over and give the scte 2.0 ago sell off my mugens and tekno and give tlr a go for a season
has any one used the bce chassie yet if so how is it
BCE is great. Super durable, better performance and cheaper than stock chassis.
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yeah but I was looking for more insight about it
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Old 10-26-2013, 12:18 AM   #5526
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Although BCE makes a great chassis the 2.0 kit comes with a TLR flex tuned chassis in the box. No need to upgrade right away. Maybe once you wear out the stock chassis you may want to look at an aftermarket but definitely not something needed out of the box.
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Old 10-26-2013, 07:05 AM   #5527
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yeah but I was looking for more insight about it
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Although BCE makes a great chassis the 2.0 kit comes with a TLR flex tuned chassis in the box. No need to upgrade right away. Maybe once you wear out the stock chassis you may want to look at an aftermarket but definitely not something needed out of the box.


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Although BCE makes a great chassis the 2.0 kit comes with a TLR flex tuned chassis in the box. No need to upgrade right away. Maybe once you wear out the stock chassis you may want to look at an aftermarket but definitely not something needed out of the box.
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anybody ever had a solid red light on a r10 pro 2-3s?

I am running a orion 550 vst 4.0 motor.

already asked on the r10 pro fourm and didn't get much help. just seeing if anyone else was having this problem?
Ko radio, right? Recalibrate the radio. It's adj vr in the options menu. Then recalibrate the esc.
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Old 10-27-2013, 07:37 AM   #5531
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I have driven this truck on bothy he stock and BCE chassis. IMO the BCE chassis provides such a. Performance/ handling upgrade that it hunk it is necessary "out if the box" sell the stockers and offset he cost.
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I have driven this truck on bothy he stock and BCE chassis. IMO the BCE chassis provides such a. Performance/ handling upgrade that it hunk it is necessary "out if the box" sell the stockers and offset he cost.
Can you give a more detailed description of the Performance/ handling of the BCE chassis vs TLR.
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Old 10-27-2013, 10:38 AM   #5533
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The right front shock screw in the A arm keeps backing itself out during qualifiers. I'd rather not replace the whole arm every time it gets a little worn. Do you guys run left handed screws or maybe just a longer screw with a nut on the back?
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The right front shock screw in the A arm keeps backing itself out during qualifiers. I'd rather not replace the whole arm every time it gets a little worn. Do you guys run left handed screws or maybe just a longer screw with a nut on the back?
Same thing happening to me.

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The right front shock screw in the A arm keeps backing itself out during qualifiers. I'd rather not replace the whole arm every time it gets a little worn. Do you guys run left handed screws or maybe just a longer screw with a nut on the back?
Just use longer screws like 5-40x 7/8". Some people use left handed screws but I like to keep things simple and keep all the screws turning the same way.
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