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Old 11-03-2017, 03:47 PM
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Originally Posted by 68pontiac View Post
This has been very typical for releases with racing-focused cars. A new model once a year (or about once a year; give-or-take a few months) is to be expected anymore. I'd expect a new TLR 2WD buggy probably sometime in late winter or early spring.
I have to disagree as there has been no update to the 22-4 2.0 and no new model is planned for the foreseeable future according to frank.

My concern is part support. How long until the models are no longer supported?
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Old 11-03-2017, 04:36 PM
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Will diff gears be needed for carpet? and will they be available?
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Old 11-03-2017, 06:18 PM
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Would there be much of a point in upgrading from a 3.0 that already has the laydown kit?
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Originally Posted by caioz1jp View Post
I have to be honest that I feel burned by this one. I have barely had the 3.0 for a year now and there is already a new model???

So any idea what it will take to convert a 3.0 or should I just sell it now???
Doesn't the Big 3 auto makers and all the others have a new model every year? So why shouldn't toy cars be any different.
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I was only concerned about the stadium truck. It's always been my favorite class all the way back to the 5 link suspension JRXT.

Edit: Keep an eye out for the new 4WD buggy coming soon.
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Old 11-05-2017, 07:16 AM
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Doesn't the Big 3 auto makers and all the others have a new model every year? So why shouldn't toy cars be any different.
How many suspension arms do you break on your actual transport car lol.

But I am interested in would there be much improvement over a 3.0 with lay down.
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I just bought a used 22T 3.0 with the laydown last week.

Does the 3.0 body fit the 4.0?
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No the 4.0 body is different in the back to accommodate the new rear tower and shocks forward.
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I never did buy the 3.0. Still driving the 2.0. I wonder how much better the 4.0 will drive, especially on carpet.
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What exactly does early December mean. Just in time for the last TLR CUP at LHR?
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so tempted to get this. Damn you TLR :-P
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Originally Posted by 68pontiac View Post
This has been very typical for releases with racing-focused cars. A new model once a year (or about once a year; give-or-take a few months) is to be expected anymore. I'd expect a new TLR 2WD buggy probably sometime in late winter or early spring.
I hope not. I almost bought a 22 3.0 SR last winter. Now the 4.0 SR is out and I'm planning on buying that in a couple weeks. If a new one drops before spring, I won't be too pleased. It is what it is though, not like I'm super serious / competitive.
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Wouldn't hold your breath on a new 2wd car!! The 4.0 is super good!!
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Wouldn't hold your breath on a new 2wd car!! The 4.0 is super good!!
Agreed. If anything, signs point to a new 4wd buggy on the way.
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Super psyched for this new Stadium... Got mine on order already.
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