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Old 11-06-2013, 08:20 PM   #5581
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I hate running changes and this one really needs a new part number. Dear Team Losi when will it be safe to buy at my additional cost a body that is made from something thicker than the bag you sell it in.
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I hate running changes and this one really needs a new part number. Dear Team Losi when will it be safe to buy at my additional cost a body that is made from something thicker than the bag you sell it in.
Personally I like the lightweight body. I've tried using some of the others, but they just don't fit well, one size fits all. But the biggest reason is the weight savings. I can tell the difference between the two in how the car reacts and in the end ended up going back to the TLR body. The less you crash, the longer it lasts.

*Hint - I trim from the top of the rear wheel opening and go straight back. That rear hanging corner is only good for catching and tearing the rear of the body. Besides, I like the look of the trimmed corner.
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Old 11-07-2013, 08:45 AM   #5583
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I hate running changes and this one really needs a new part number. Dear Team Losi when will it be safe to buy at my additional cost a body that is made from something thicker than the bag you sell it in.
We cannot control what sits on shelves at dealers. I can tell you that the bodies we have in stock here are the updated thickness.
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Old 11-07-2013, 04:45 PM   #5584
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hi Ryan jsut wondering if that new running chang your talking about is for the tlr hi flow body that s stock witht to 2.0

oh and boooyaaah i figured out to jion in on the forum after weeks of reading through the pages i thought i should jion up
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Old 11-07-2013, 04:52 PM   #5585
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can someone tell me how to put a pic of my car up so it there in the left under my name like caspers??

im not to good with computers HAHA
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Old 11-07-2013, 05:13 PM   #5586
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just checking to see if the photo uploaded correctly
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Old 11-07-2013, 05:16 PM   #5587
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damn it grr
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Old 11-07-2013, 05:23 PM   #5588
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ok another try lets see how this goes ._.
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woohoo look at me go ill pro in no time LOL
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Personally I like the lightweight body. I've tried using some of the others, but they just don't fit well, one size fits all. But the biggest reason is the weight savings. I can tell the difference between the two in how the car reacts and in the end ended up going back to the TLR body. The less you crash, the longer it lasts.

*Hint - I trim from the top of the rear wheel opening and go straight back. That rear hanging corner is only good for catching and tearing the rear of the body. Besides, I like the look of the trimmed corner.
Yeah thanks, I do that too and put the tail light stickers up where the vent hole should be cut. I know I came off strong sorry about that, love my Losi's
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hi Ryan jsut wondering if that new running chang your talking about is for the tlr hi flow body that s stock witht to 2.0

oh and boooyaaah i figured out to jion in on the forum after weeks of reading through the pages i thought i should jion up
Yes they updated the body that comes stock with the SCTE 2.0

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can someone tell me how to put a pic of my car up so it there in the left under my name like caspers??

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I take it you figured it out.
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Hey Casper or Ryan,I don't have alot of time to get to the track to test and tune and need to know if you have a good starting indoor setup for the 2.0. Any help would be appreciated. I will be running at Leisure Hours in IL and JCP in Indy. Thanks
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Any suggestions for clever ways to securely install a Tekin RX8 and a receiver box in the SCTE 2.0?
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