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Old 04-03-2012, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by MX304
I ran that setup for a little while. It worked great and made plenty of power. The only reason I switched to something else was that it wasn't right for our local track. I think the 4000kv would have been better.


Cool thanks does the 4600kv have enough torque on the SCTE i know i heard the motor is wicked top end wise ?


The track i go to outdoors has some big jumps and its big not hugh.


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That's freaking sweet looking!!! I can't wait to buy one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Did they say how thick the high perfromance body is? And is it precut?

Looks awesome, and looks like it should perform well, but depending on the answers to the above questions, it could be in my pile of wasted SC bodies in a couple runs.
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Fellas,

I've searched these forums and haven't found an assembly manual for the SCTE. I saw a couple of threads where guys were asking Losi and Dunford for one and I've searched Google and haven't been able to find one.

Does an assembly manual exist?

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Originally Posted by fishboy
Fellas,

I've searched these forums and haven't found an assembly manual for the SCTE. I saw a couple of threads where guys were asking Losi and Dunford for one and I've searched Google and haven't been able to find one.

Does an assembly manual exist?

Thanks,
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Nope. Just the exploded diagrams contained in the users manual.
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Originally Posted by fishboy
Fellas,

I've searched these forums and haven't found an assembly manual for the SCTE. I saw a couple of threads where guys were asking Losi and Dunford for one and I've searched Google and haven't been able to find one.

Does an assembly manual exist?

Thanks,
Greg


Man i cant find a step by step manuel for this truck ethier it whould help for sure when taking apart the truck and reassembling it i whould pay extra for the truck to have one rather than just the displays
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Old 04-03-2012, 01:23 PM
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Cool thanks does the 4600kv have enough torque on the SCTE i know i heard the motor is wicked top end wise ?


The track i go to outdoors has some big jumps and its big not hugh.


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Originally Posted by tc5 man
Cool thanks does the 4600kv have enough torque on the SCTE i know i heard the motor is wicked top end wise ?


The track i go to outdoors has some big jumps and its big not hugh.


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Plenty of torque. I don't think you can go wrong with the Tekin Pro4 4600. The only downside is the price.
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Originally Posted by SEF
Did they say how thick the high perfromance body is? And is it precut?

Looks awesome, and looks like it should perform well, but depending on the answers to the above questions, it could be in my pile of wasted SC bodies in a couple runs.
looks like its precut by the website pics... but doesnt say the thickness, either way put some shoe goo on it and make it stronger in the weak spots.
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Default Tuning chassis or TLR tuning kit?

which should i invest in first???

I also shaved down the nerd bars, battery tray and esc hold.....already feels a lot lighter!!!
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Originally Posted by BlackStarRacing
which should i invest in first???

I also shaved down the nerd bars, battery tray and esc hold.....already feels a lot lighter!!!
I would say tuning kit. The fiber shock towers are pretty much needed as the stock ones bend quite easily. Also gives you some more adjust-ability for squat and toe.
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I would say tuning kit. The fiber shock towers are pretty much needed as the stock ones bend quite easily. Also gives you some more adjust-ability for squat and toe.
i trust your opinion....tlr first!!!
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Originally Posted by Cult Racing
looks like its precut by the website pics... but doesnt say the thickness, either way put some shoe goo on it and make it stronger in the weak spots.
Key Features
ROAR approved

Fits all Losi 1/10-scale Short Course Trucks

Designed and tested specifically for Short Course racing by channeling and directing air from under the body to release from optimized air outlets providing improved jumping and air handling characteristics

Additional down force has been incorporated into the design to allow for improved corner speed, stability, and improved drivability

Constructed of durable .040 in. Lexan to be thicker than a standard SCT body to improve reliability and durability

Includes precut window masks simplify the painting process by eliminating the need to cut your own masking tape for the windows

Sticker Sheet Included - grill, and tail light sticker sheet included

Body requires air outlet slots to be opened and basic trimming
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Smoked my rear diff gears. They are ground down to nubbies. This is not a complaint, since I ran them all last year, and I bought the truck used. So probably another full season there, and I believe it was one of the very first batches, so not bad. It's had chris pins in it since day one and they still look new.

The shot gears made for an exciting race day. No power, front wheel drive only one minute, full power blast launching unexpectedly over things way too far the next.
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Originally Posted by BlackStarRacing
i trust your opinion....tlr first!!!
If you need help getting it setup or installed Daryl, just let me know. Can bring it to the track and ill give you a hand.
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