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Old 01-27-2017, 10:52 AM   #16
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New truck looks great, pretty sure I'll get one when it's released.

One bit of feedback for the TLR team -- the gen 6 AE plastics wear VERY well, to the point where pretty much the only time I ever replace arms, etc. are when they break. They practically don't develop slop. I'm hoping TLR can look into meeting that target as well!
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It is the same as the 3.0



I think the 3.0 is a LARGE improvement, I'd definitely recommend it.



That's what we shoot for!
Ok, threw one on pre-order at my LHS!
T5M is officially for sale!
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Old 01-27-2017, 08:39 PM   #18
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New truck looks great, pretty sure I'll get one when it's released.

One bit of feedback for the TLR team -- the gen 6 AE plastics wear VERY well, to the point where pretty much the only time I ever replace arms, etc. are when they break. They practically don't develop slop. I'm hoping TLR can look into meeting that target as well!
Have you met the 3.0 buggy? The arm material is fantastic!
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Old 01-28-2017, 06:07 AM   #19
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JP Richards had one at our track last night. Nice!!! Great job Frank and the TLR gang.
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Old 01-28-2017, 08:03 AM   #20
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Just getting back into racing. Looking forward to getting this truck!
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Old 01-29-2017, 01:39 AM   #21
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I'm due for a new body on my 2.0. If I get one will it fit the 3.0 or are they different?

Not sure I will make it through to the delivery of the new truck.
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Old 01-29-2017, 08:11 AM   #22
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Is the car still going to be dirt/clay focused or have improvements been made for carpet/turf as well? I only ask because it was my understanding that Losis struggle on carpet/turf. Don't get me wrong, i am not the caliber of driver that it would matter, i'm just curious.

Also, if the car is still getting some tweeks please look at how easy it is to access the servo and servo horn on the B6. One thing i hat about my 22SCT 2.0 is it is a PITA to adjust my servo horn and maintain the servo in general.
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Old 01-29-2017, 09:22 AM   #23
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im pretty sure it will be clay focused since that is where most of the development time and testing has been on. The chassis does appear to have the holes for the laydown already drilled so going to that shouldnt be a problem.

I agree, access to the servo is a PITA!
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Its the main reason i didn't pull the trigger on the 2.0. I can live with out the latest and greatest but time to fix or adjust is very important to me. That is a key value driver.
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im pretty sure it will be clay focused since that is where most of the development time and testing has been on. The chassis does appear to have the holes for the laydown already drilled so going to that shouldnt be a problem.

I agree, access to the servo is a PITA!
Indeed, if you saw the videos Frank posted on Facebook he says a lay down tranny will be coming soon, and the chassis is already prepped for that conversion.
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Old 01-29-2017, 04:06 PM   #26
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Definitely grabbing that body for my 2.0. Is the 3.0 MM only? Or does it have the rear motor option and parts like the 2.0? i didn't see it mentioned on the TLR site.
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Definitely grabbing that body for my 2.0. Is the 3.0 MM only? Or does it have the rear motor option and parts like the 2.0? i didn't see it mentioned on the TLR site.
If history is any indication, the 3.0 will be MM only.
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That thing is going to be SWEET!!!
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Already have a 22T 1.0 with a few upgrades. Made the "mistake" of watching Frank's FB live intro video and ordered mine from the track hobby shop the next day after it was announced. Can't wait to start wrenching.
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