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Old 05-12-2018, 06:12 PM
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Had a chance to run my truck yesterday at NotCal hobbies and had a killer time with the truck. The box set up was really good and I was surprised how easy this truck can be to drive. Just need some more track time as always but I’m VERY pleased with this truck. ����
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Originally Posted by gangstafish View Post

My ball cup kept popping off on the steering link. So i got the 65mm turnbuckles,b5m ball cups and problem is solved.
You have the B5 ballcup on backwards though. You can see where the wheel is rubbing it
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Originally Posted by SLO county race View Post
Had a chance to run my truck yesterday at NotCal hobbies and had a killer time with the truck. The box set up was really good and I was surprised how easy this truck can be to drive. Just need some more track time as always but Iím VERY pleased with this truck. ����
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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.
I agree with other that you have it on backwards.
Also. I have had good luck with the original ball cups. You have to switch out the ball stud to a standard height ball stud and not low profile one so it doesnít bind at full compression. Then they wonít break or pop off.
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Anyone have a decent carpet/turf setup they want to share?

As used in the Frank Root buggy setup, does it make sense to to the bellcrank flip and the 2.0 spindles? I'm a little hesitant to put the 2.0 spindles in because they have 4mm of trail and I've had issues with the front wheels rubbing the a-arm at/near full steering.
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I read through and saw some people changing out the ball caps. I finally upgraded the motor in my 22T, and because of lack of talent, I am over shooting jumps and had the ball cups pop off a bit more than I would like.

Mine maybe just need to be replaced as I abused them and am the second owner of the truck, but is there a recommended ball cup to switch to? I saw a comment about going to standard height ball studs, but wouldn't that change the setup of the car?

I need to get some spares anyways, but before I ordered or picked up the stock ones, figured I would ask.
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Hi Frank. How do you think you stock national setup would work at Hobby Action with a 13.5? Way different setup.

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Hi Frank. How do you think you stock national setup would work at Hobby Action with a 13.5? Way different setup.

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I would try it for sure.
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I would try it for sure.
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I got a chance to try out my fully converted 4.0 (from 3.0), what a fantastic truck. The new chassis seems to make the biggest difference, IMO, making the truck much more stable and forgiving. The 3.0 tuning window always seemed really small, where you were always struggling to get the right balance of steering without instability.

The 4.0 tuning window is much bigger and seems like if your setup is halfway close, it will drive pretty good.

Well done TLR, I was considering buying a T6.1, but really donít see a reason to now.
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Originally Posted by RazorRC View Post
I got a chance to try out my fully converted 4.0 (from 3.0), what a fantastic truck. The new chassis seems to make the biggest difference, IMO, making the truck much more stable and forgiving. The 3.0 tuning window always seemed really small, where you were always struggling to get the right balance of steering without instability.

The 4.0 tuning window is much bigger and seems like if your setup is halfway close, it will drive pretty good.

Well done TLR, I was considering buying a T6.1, but really donít see a reason to now.
Thanks for the update. Good to hear!!
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I have been running this truck for a few months now on indoor clay and have never had any problems with the ball cups popping. I have however broken a few trail inserts and front pivots from hard crashes but that is my fault.
Running the stock kit set up with the 27g rear hinge pin brace, I TQíd and got 1st last week in a class of 6-7 other trucks, at least 3-4 being T6.1ís (that I know of).
The truck drives great, jumps and corners awesome and if youíre thinking about pulling the trigger on one Id recommend it. Looking for a 22 4.0 buggy to go with it!
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Are there any good turf or carpet setups out there?
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Does TLR sell a chassis protector for this truck? Seems like I can only find one for the 22T 3.0
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Originally Posted by jonski View Post
Does TLR sell a chassis protector for this truck? Seems like I can only find one for the 22T 3.0
Our local track sells chassis skins with SDRC logo from Mattox Designs. Search for SDRC Raceway on FB. If you want custom stuff done, direct to company is https://www.stickersmakeyoufaster.com.
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For indoor clay with mid high to high traction.. what weight do you all normally run your 22T 4.0s? Mine has always bee easily over the 1700g minimum but I noticed a lot of setups people run on similar tracks have brass weights on the rear. I even only have a light 3200 lipo.
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