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Old 03-07-2013, 01:57 PM   #1456
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Ryan/hacker07 can you explain what pulling the scte 2.0 off of hcp means ? i called my LHS to see if horizon shipped my scte 2.0 yet and he said he isn't expecting them untill the later part of next week.
The SCTE 2.0 was the first surface product in TLR to be shipped on this program. We tested it and it turns out, the track owners could not get the product which is what is best for the consumer. For the immediate future, such as the 8 3.0, TLR will not be part of this program any longer. We are working on something that works for the tracks. We were going to pull the SCTE 2.0 off, but with less than a week, and the fact it had already been communicated and advertised, it was left on the program. I apologize for the confusion, but I was taking all of your feedback and also tracks feedback and putting a case together which helps future TLR products.
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Putting the front diff together and diff screw are terrible. I almost stripped out a screw. I put my 1.0 scte diff screws in and they fit perfect
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Putting the front diff together and diff screw are terrible. I almost stripped out a screw. I put my 1.0 scte diff screws in and they fit perfect
Pre-thread all of the diff screw holes before assembly. They are tight.
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What's the size of the screw that holds the wheel hexes? Or if someone has a part number just for them. I can't find it on the Internet.
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I work the screws in and out of the new diffs a couple times to cut the threads in there so you make sure you get a good seal on the diff cases as they are tight in there.
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I'm glad you guys are posting your build experience. It's invaluable to know what to expect.
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What's the size of the screw that holds the wheel hexes? Or if someone has a part number just for them. I can't find it on the Internet.
Yea i dont see them ethier actually you should be fine not running the screw i mean i run the stock ones on my 1.0 that doesnt have a cut outs for the screws and its fine.

Just watch out when you take the tire off thats all.
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Yea i dont see them ethier actually you should be fine not running the screw i mean i run the stock ones on my 1.0 that doesnt have a cut outs for the screws and its fine.

Just watch out when you take the tire off thats all.
Those little itty bitty screws come with the wheel hexes or they are a 2-56 x 3/16" cap head.
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Two words: go away. You're not contributing anything to this thread other than condescending and rude responses to members who don't have the same opinions as you. Every month, there seems to be a new member who finds pleasure in putting others down and making themselves look like a total tool. I think you fit that description. After i see your response to this post, you're going straight to my ignore list.
Anyway, back to the scte 2.0 thread.
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Old 03-07-2013, 03:28 PM   #1467
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How tight are you guys making your servo saver? I don't know how tight to go. Maybe a ref distance over the spring area? The distance between the top of the adjuster nut and the bottom of the plastic servo saver arm housing.
Thanks guys...
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How tight are you guys making your servo saver? I don't know how tight to go. Maybe a ref distance over the spring area? The distance between the top of the adjuster nut and the bottom of the plastic servo saver arm housing.
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Please reference the build tips for the SCTE 2.0...

http://losiracing.blogspot.com/2013/...uild-tips.html
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Two words: go away. You're not contributing anything to this thread other than condescending and rude responses to members who don't have the same opinions as you. Every month, there seems to be a new member who finds pleasure in putting others down and making themselves look like a total tool. I think you fit that description. After i see your response to this post, you're going straight to my ignore list.
Anyway, back to the scte 2.0 thread.
Four words: You Own A Traxass!
Your only post from yesterday was to seek me put for stating my opinion. We are allowed to post our opinions here, aren't we? Or perhaps you're confused how DISCUSSION forums work.
You're on contributing anything either, and you don't even own a single TLR product. So why are you here?
Seems that every forum I go to there's some junior mod-a-wanna-be that just trolls the threads bullying people and looking for a fight. The especially obnoxious ones always seem to be from Texas (no offense to the rest of you normal types). Why is that?
Othetwise until you're mommy allows you to step up to big boy toys fulltime, how about going back to the traxass forum where your words might carry some weight.

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Please reference the build tips for the SCTE 2.0...

http://losiracing.blogspot.com/2013/...uild-tips.html
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There's lots of good info on the TLR blog - it should be required reading for all you new guys.
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