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Old 10-22-2011, 09:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Arigato
The nice thing about this thread is that is moves quickly. The track that I race the most on has a tight infield with a lot of 180 degree turns. Most of the set up sheets I see recommend a heavier sway bar in front and lighter in the rear. What are all of you running? On a side note, I bought the sway bar kit and there is no info on what bar is what; does any one know what the rates are?
I measured using some calipers and I got 1.6, 1.8, 2.0, and 2.2.
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Old 10-22-2011, 09:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Divey
I measured using some calipers and I got 1.6, 1.8, 2.0, and 2.2.
Ahh...Thank you!
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Originally Posted by lbckevin
How was the turnout B main...?
It was pretty good Kev,I think a little lower on the entry would have been better for the turn out, but was a good day and the track was as good as it gets.Got to meet Frank Root and he helped me with some questions I had bout set up and a bad bearing in the rear diff! Very nice guy and he just killed it!
Was some fast Kids there as well one that I know runs there and he was the only one to Quad the fiver consistently with his Losi scte!!!

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Old 10-22-2011, 10:20 PM
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Hey guys just ran at my local track again had a blast this truck is awesome. The truck handled great for 95% of the track im having a lil trouble with the long table top jump on the back straight the nose wants to dive hard any ideas on how to fix this or get the front end a little lighter? Thanks guys
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Old 10-22-2011, 10:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Wheelman82
Hey guys just ran at my local track again had a blast this truck is awesome. The truck handled great for 95% of the track im having a lil trouble with the long table top jump on the back straight the nose wants to dive hard any ideas on how to fix this or get the front end a little lighter? Thanks guys
nose diving is pretty common with our trucks because all the weight is in the front.

maybe try moving the battery back some
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Old 10-22-2011, 10:51 PM
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Default light weight rear bumper

Who makes a light weight rear pumper for the scte?
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Originally Posted by BmainStar
It was pretty good Kev,I think a little lower on the entry would have been better for the turn out, but was a good day and the track was as good as it gets.Got to meet Frank Root and he helped me with some questions I had bout set up and a bad bearing in the rear diff! Very nice guy and he just killed it!
Was some fast Kids there as well one that I know runs there and he was the only one to Quad the fiver consistently with his Losi scte!!!
wish I could've made it...Next time
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Does anybody happen to know the dimensions of the pins in the cvds?
Mine look quite a bit worn down and I recently dropped the $95 for the tool to replace them.. Might as well use it!
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Originally Posted by thecman26
Does anybody happen to know the dimensions of the pins in the cvds?
Mine look quite a bit worn down and I recently dropped the $95 for the tool to replace them.. Might as well use it!
Nevermind, pulled an arm apart and measured one...
3X11mm fyi if anyone else was wandering...
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Wow this thread has been moving fast!!!

Originally Posted by Jammin_Xtream49
You know what the best ESC and Motor Combo in the world is........




Anyone



Anyone



Bueller



Bueller




A WORKING ONE, End of story!

My truck is sitting here fully setup with no electronics because they are on backorder or being repaired. So all of your Viper, Tekin, Castle and cheap Chinese Electronics are all a lot better off than me. Ya feel better now
^Must use Novak J/k
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Originally Posted by Born2Lose
Who makes a light weight rear pumper for the scte?
I LOL'd =)

(Look at TBone bumpers)

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Originally Posted by ScottKelly911
Wow this thread has been moving fast!!!


^Must use Novak J/k
5 years of nothing but Novak here. From 1/10 scale sprints , 1/10 and 1/12 scale pan cars and my SC trucks.

I've had one bad sensor board. I would say that's a pretty good track record.

Nothing but Novak for me
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Default Motor options for the Losi SCTE?

Salad - Will Viper be coming out with a sensored 4 pole motor? If so, any price point, release dates, etc. I might have missed the answer amongst the melee in this thread recently. Thx.
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This is for the guys looking for an ultrasonic parts cleaner, Integy INDI Sparkle Parts Cleaner
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Am I correct in saying that the rear holes on the XXX-SCT body have to stretched rear-ward to fit the SCTE? Can anybody say by how much?
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