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Old 06-13-2011, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default losi rtr starter box with quick change motor mount??

I've got a losi 8 2.o RR and ordered a rtr starter box. The wheels don't touch. It has a quick change motor mount on it. Do I need a different starter box or can I adjust this somehow to work?
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I've got a losi 8 2.o RR and ordered a rtr starter box. The wheels don't touch. It has a quick change motor mount on it. Do I need a different starter box or can I adjust this somehow to work?
I have an RR buggy 2.0 with quick change mount on a RTR box and it works fine.

You just have to adjust the mounts on the box; my 2.0 truggy and buggy use the same box.
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should i just move them so the buggy sits flat, or remove them? Just glad to know it will work. I'll get it back out and start trying and testing. Or a picture of your setup would be spectacular.
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Ok, I got it. Had to remove the "plates" and put just the pegs that hold it. It seems to be ok now.
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