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Old 03-25-2019, 08:49 AM
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What's is the part number for the brass anti squat. My Google Fu that failed me. I ran through the whole thread and didn't see it. Thank you.
This is it, the one that fits best.

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Old 03-26-2019, 03:45 AM
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I’m running a reds 10.5t motor and the local track is quite tight and loose having a lot of trouble getting power down without the back end coming out
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Old 03-27-2019, 10:28 AM
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I’m running a reds 10.5t motor and the local track is quite tight and loose having a lot of trouble getting power down without the back end coming out
I think some more information might help us help you. What setup are you running? Tires? Maybe a youtube video of the track you race at?
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i have a 22t 3.0 with a laydown installed that i'm going to be picking up...other than the laydown what is actually different between the 3 and 4 ? thanks
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i have a 22t 3.0 with a laydown installed that i'm going to be picking up...other than the laydown what is actually different between the 3 and 4 ? thanks
What I remember is the chassis is 2mm longer, so has different mud guards that include the fan mount. Also, rear arms have holes to mount the rear shocks in front. Body was also changed to allow space for when shocks are in front without having to cut as you would a 3.0 body.
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Originally Posted by thefnshow
i have a 22t 3.0 with a laydown installed that i'm going to be picking up...other than the laydown what is actually different between the 3 and 4 ? thanks



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Old 03-29-2019, 05:49 AM
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Originally Posted by thefnshow
i have a 22t 3.0 with a laydown installed that i'm going to be picking up...other than the laydown what is actually different between the 3 and 4 ? thanks
There is a decent amount that was changed. Try reading the first couple pages of this thread. Also look at the product on TLR's website for detailed descriptions.
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one more stupid question...can i mount the guts of a t 3.0 on a t 4.0 chassis ?
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This is it, the one that fits best.
Thank you picked one up at my LHS.
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hey frank will the gear diff from the 22t 4.0 or 22s fit in a t 3.0 ? thanks
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hey frank will the gear diff from the 22t 4.0 or 22s fit in a t 3.0 ? thanks
Yes, the gear diffs will fit the 3.0. I'd go with the new G2 diff though.

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I saw in Reno Savoyas latest post on his Facebook page a picture of his truck, where it looks to me that he is running the Spindels and Ackermann arms from the 5.0 Buggy? Can anyone confirm this? What is the effect handlingwise? I mainly run on carpet and Astroturf, so would this be a good choice? Iīm not a member of FB, so I couldnīt ask there...
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After being off sick for a few weeks and a cancellation or 2, i was finally able to run my mod 22T 4.0 on carpet and wound up on the podium for the first time in 3rd place. I've ran SCT and buggy on dirt and carpet/turf since i started a few years ago and only made the A main once and didn't even know it at the time. Truck gave me the confidence to keep in there even after blowing both front hubs in practice. No more problems since the repairs and finished the day feeling good about moving outside to turf in the next few weeks. Thanks for making a confident and able truck. We'll see where it goes from here.
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Originally Posted by M.Boos
I saw in Reno Savoyas latest post on his Facebook page a picture of his truck, where it looks to me that he is running the Spindels and Ackermann arms from the 5.0 Buggy? Can anyone confirm this? What is the effect handlingwise? I mainly run on carpet and Astroturf, so would this be a good choice? Iīm not a member of FB, so I couldnīt ask there...
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Yes, I can confirm that.
During second round of french nats in Grenoble on last week-end (Astroturf, with rain during the sunday morning), his car was very fast (and even faster on the dry track on saturday!).
He explained me that he was also using the steering of the 5.0 buggy (a minor triming was necessary to avoid contact between the servo arm and the bulkhead).
In order to have a good steering feeling, he also gave me the info to unscrew of 1mm the small screws located on caster blocks.

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Nice, thanks! Maybe you can get his complete setup? That would be awesome !
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