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Old 12-07-2016, 04:08 PM   #1
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Default Is the 22-4 full time 4wd?

How can I tell if my Losi 22-4 is full time 4wd? Bought it used but haven't had the chance to take it apart & look it over.


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How can I tell if my Losi 22-4 is full time 4wd? Bought it used but haven't had the chance to take it apart & look it over.


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This should be in the off-road section, but anyway.

There are 2 options for the 22-4:
- Run with the front 'clicker' and it will provide 4wd forward, but only break with the rear wheels.
- Run without the clicker in the front (most common setup) and it will be full-time 4wd.

To check without pulling it apart is to just give it some throttle in the air, put the breaks on and see if the front wheels stop in the same time as the rear.
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This should be in the off-road section, but anyway.

There are 2 options for the 22-4:
- Run with the front 'clicker' and it will provide 4wd forward, but only break with the rear wheels.
- Run without the clicker in the front (most common setup) and it will be full-time 4wd.

To check without pulling it apart is to just give it some throttle in the air, put the breaks on and see if the front wheels stop in the same time as the rear.
Thanks. My apologies for posting in the wrong spot.
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Thanks. My apologies for posting in the wrong spot.
That's fine, accidents happen.

You will like the car!
There is a thread about the car in the electric off-road section where you will find lots of info.
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