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Old 04-25-2018, 08:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Beau S
After 8yrs I'm back in the truck game!

Frank, for 22 4.0 13.5 truck, are the SR slipper eliminator and SR diff outdrives a bad idea on high traction clay, or in general?
The SR outdrives won't work for sure in 13.5, and we don't make truck driveshafts to fit them anyway. As for the slipper eliminator, Jeff Guest has been running one and hauling, but I'm still using a slipper myself.

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what shorty batteries are you guys running? im thinking about going with the max amps 2s shorty but im not sure if it will fit or a cheap gens ace somebody told me about on amazon. anybody running max amps or the mainly the Orions?
The new Orion Graphene batteries are AWESOME. Just got to run one yesterday for the first time and it was ACE. Dakotah and I will be racing them at the OCRC Stock Nats this weekend.

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Old 04-25-2018, 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
The T6.1 and AE's attempt to go after the 22T 4.0, so no updates coming soon. The 22T 4.0 is awesome, and winner races everywhere
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I have a quick question, is the chassis on the 4.0 any different dimension wise compared to the 3.0? I was asking because I wanted the cool fan mount for my 3.0. Not quite ready to jump on a new truck quite yet. Well my wife won't let me, that's the bottom line...
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Originally Posted by donny939
what shorty batteries are you guys running? im thinking about going with the max amps 2s shorty but im not sure if it will fit or a cheap gens ace somebody told me about on amazon. anybody running max amps or the mainly the Orions?
Oh no, not maxcramps! Orion are good but pricey! Here take a look at these!

Good for mod:
https://www.smc-racing.net/index.php...product_id=415

Great for stock:
https://www.smc-racing.net/index.php...product_id=402
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Originally Posted by thecman26
I have a quick question, is the chassis on the 4.0 any different dimension wise compared to the 3.0? I was asking because I wanted the cool fan mount for my 3.0. Not quite ready to jump on a new truck quite yet. Well my wife won't let me, that's the bottom line...
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Yes, the new chassis is longer. The side rails are definitely different.
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Yes, the new chassis is longer. The side rails are definitely different.
Dag nabit!
Go figure, it was worth asking!
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Originally Posted by MIP MATT
Hey Guys all new MIP / MOD puck system for the 22SCT 3.0 / 22T 4.0 just released. Perfect for the guys in the 17.5 spec. Will drop 50% in rotational mass. https://modspeedshop.com/collections/tlr-22-sct-3-0

Also heres a vid on the new kit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMvW...ature=youtu.be

If that's Wayne's truck tell him to fix his pills.
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Originally Posted by thecman26
I have a quick question, is the chassis on the 4.0 any different dimension wise compared to the 3.0? I was asking because I wanted the cool fan mount for my 3.0. Not quite ready to jump on a new truck quite yet. Well my wife won't let me, that's the bottom line...
Thanks!
Yes, the chassis is different and so are the mud guards/fan mount, so you won't be able to use the 4.0 version on the 3.0

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If that's Wayne's truck tell him to fix his pills.
Buahahahaha
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Hi, have the TLR 22 4.0 and looking at adding a ST to the fleet but getting put off by the lack of info on carpet and want to run the alloy gear diff but getting put off with all the comments about longer drive shafts etc and can get the 2018 xray a bit cheaper and looks to be set up better for carpet out of the box and usually xray plastic is very very good but really need some convincing to go down the TLR route.
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Originally Posted by malcnz
Hi, have the TLR 22 4.0 and looking at adding a ST to the fleet but getting put off by the lack of info on carpet and want to run the alloy gear diff but getting put off with all the comments about longer drive shafts etc and can get the 2018 xray a bit cheaper and looks to be set up better for carpet out of the box and usually xray plastic is very very good but really need some convincing to go down the TLR route.
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We've gotten our 2wd super dialed in on carpet, so I see no reason why our truck wouldn't be excellent on carpet with a little bit of time.

I've already ordered some tires to mine, now I just need a few free days to make it to the track
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Hi..cheers and what is your set up for carpet?
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Originally Posted by malcnz
Hi..cheers and what is your set up for carpet?
.thanks
I haven't run it yet myself with the 22T 4.0, it's on my to-do list.
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Ok..any general carpet setup to look at? And what is needed if I run the gear diff?
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My ball cup kept popping off on the steering link. So i got the 65mm turnbuckles,b5m ball cups and problem is solved.
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