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Old 02-20-2018, 07:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Shaun Huelskamp
Can anyone tell me if a 22 4.0 buggy can be converted into a 22T without spending a ton of money?
Yes, you could convert your buggy to the truck but it is very rarely cost effective to do it. With the new kit at 329 you would be very close to that number buying the parts necessary to convert.
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Old 02-20-2018, 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by speed101
Anyone have a good carpet setup

The stock setup includes setup suggestions and some parts for carpet/high grip setup, and they work very well. I race on turf, and the only parts I upgrades I've installed were an aluminum steering hub and steering horn (because concrete walls seem to jump out at me) and a gear diff. Also had to buy the 94mm rear shafts so they would fit.

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Old 02-20-2018, 07:45 PM
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Question guys are the rear axles all the same for the 22T’s
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No they're not the 3.0 and 4.0 are 93.25mm the 2.0 was 94mm I dont know about the 1.0
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Old 02-21-2018, 07:16 AM
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Does anyone out there have an approximate date as to when the longer outdrives for the gear diff may be available?
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Old 02-21-2018, 08:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Iknownothing
Does anyone out there have an approximate date as to when the longer outdrives for the gear diff may be available?
I don't have any dates yet.
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Originally Posted by Shaun Huelskamp
Can anyone tell me if a 22 4.0 buggy can be converted into a 22T without spending a ton of money?
Really the only shared parts are the tranny, bearings, ball studs and ball ends. way to expensive
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Originally Posted by kaistas
The stock setup includes setup suggestions and some parts for carpet/high grip setup, and they work very well. I race on turf, and the only parts I upgrades I've installed were an aluminum steering hub and steering horn (because concrete walls seem to jump out at me) and a gear diff. Also had to buy the 94mm rear shafts so they would fit.
I hate when those walls jump out lol ,thank you for the help👍
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Old 02-23-2018, 08:39 AM
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Originally Posted by RazorRC
Anyone running low profile batteries in this truck? Iíve been trying to dial in the 3.0 with stiffizel arms and a lightweight battery, but this truck doesnít seem too happy with a lightweight battery. Almost like the wheels are driving the car rather than the other way around. The effect was not as pronounced with soft arms.
I've noticed this too. When I first built it I was running a 6000mah R1 shorty, but when I switched to a 4200mah fantom it really changed how it handled. Thinking I need to order some brass and play around with the weights.
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Old 02-23-2018, 08:42 AM
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Originally Posted by jmitchell
Anyone having issues stripping servo horns or even servo gears? I blew the gears out on my spektrum 6240 the other night after a crash (trying to clear a decent triple). I've also stripped out a plastic servo horn after what I thought was a light tap of a pipe.

This ST is a bit tougher on steering systems than my 2wd buggy and SCT, specially when hitting a pipe at speed. I was thinking about using some type of servo saver. Anyone else have these issues and what did you do to to fix it?
I run a 6240 in this truck as well, and haven't damaged it yet. Did replace the stock steering horn and spindles with aluminum. I've blown out several caster blocks and the front bulkhead from crashing into walls (first receiver I put in was glitchy), but the 6240 has survived like a champ.
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Originally Posted by kaistas
I've noticed this too. When I first built it I was running a 6000mah R1 shorty, but when I switched to a 4200mah fantom it really changed how it handled. Thinking I need to order some brass and play around with the weights.
Yeah, I've gone back to a normal shorty, the LCG shorty seems too light, and not worth the loss in consistency/easy of driving.
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Has the front spindle insert issue been resolved within these kits yet?

Or do I need to purchase the aluminum inserts which were just released?

Thx!
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Old 03-03-2018, 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by skrichter
Has the front spindle insert issue been resolved within these kits yet?

Or do I need to purchase the aluminum inserts which were just released?

Thx!
I have heard the 4.0t came with updated moulded parts. I super glued mine in and have used them 1-2x month for 4 months w/o issues. Believe the aluminum part is a must for longevity though.
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If anyone is looking for the longer driveshafts, it appears AHZ has a few.

https://www.absolutehobbyz.com/Team-..._p_506389.html
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Need a good black carpet setup. Track is technical most layouts
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