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Old 04-04-2012, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by RC_Woody
I have to do it...

I Like mine because its the one I bought and I have to like it damn it!

I know its not helpful, but I'm at work and would rather make smart ass

comments then work lol.

I say you pick the one that YOU find more visually appealing cause everything else is just that... opinion. So go on the opinion you can form based on what you know.

I personally find the TLR more visually appealing, however I know its going to

bug me when I get scratches on the bottom.

-Woody
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Old 04-04-2012, 11:44 AM
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It is exactly one lipo wide by one lipo long.

Here's a ruler, go measure it:



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Does anybody know what the battery tray dementions are on the SCTE ?
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Old 04-04-2012, 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by ChrisAttebery
It is exactly one lipo wide by one lipo long.
Are those metric lipo units or SAE lipos? I found out that I actually have a metric lipo (from HobbyKing, so that seems to make sense) and it fits great. It fights right in there with no modification.

I also installed reverse thread screws on my arms to mount my shocks on. Otherwise they backed out of the Front-Right and Rear-Left arms. It works great, but it was a bitch to find a reverse hex driver.
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Looks like my stock chassis is slightly bent in the front,right before the kick up. Weird because I don't remember any hard landings last weekend. Oh well I just needed a reason to BCE it. Now I have one.
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Originally Posted by XXXDad
0's all the way in the back.. in front part 1's UP.. Hope this helps Dom
I thought 0s all the way around was stock 3 toe? I might of goofed up lol
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Old 04-04-2012, 01:53 PM
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Originally Posted by goehm
Are those metric lipo units or SAE lipos? I found out that I actually have a metric lipo (from HobbyKing, so that seems to make sense) and it fits great. It fights right in there with no modification.

I also installed reverse thread screws on my arms to mount my shocks on. Otherwise they backed out of the Front-Right and Rear-Left arms. It works great, but it was a bitch to find a reverse hex driver.
Lol this apprentice at work was trying to build some hangers with left hand all thread and asked me why the nuts wouldn't go on and I told him because he had left handed thread all thread... So he asks "what do I do?" So I told him to turn the nut over and watched him mess with it for another 10mins before I threw the all thread in the garbage.. Haha what you said cracks me up because with the oxy acetylene setups u got a reverse thread side I always ask people to grab me left handed crescent wrench
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Old 04-04-2012, 01:55 PM
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Originally Posted by cwilkinson
I thought 0s all the way around was stock 3 toe? I might of goofed up lol
yes 0's all around is stock 3 degrees toe-in, However as I understand it, some of the team drivers are using the insert #1 in the up position in the rear front for 2 or 3(I don't remember) degrees of Anti-squat

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Originally Posted by RC_Woody
yes 0's all around is stock 3 degrees toe-in, However as I understand it, some of the team drivers are using the insert #1 in the up position in the rear front for 2 or 3(I don't remember) degrees of Anti-squat

Woody
1's up in the front of the REAR pivot blocks gives 3 deg of antisquat. The stock antisquat for the stock blocks as well as 0 inserts on the adjustable pivots is 2 deg for this truck.
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Originally Posted by BlackStarRacing
Which chassis handles the nose diving issue better? I don't want to spend $100+ for a chassis that will bend easily..

Thanks guys,

Please just say why you like yours...No fighting lol
I like the TLR chassis as well. Seems to handle/fly much better than the stock chassis. So far I have not had an issue with any bending and I do my fair share of dumb mistakes.

I am on the fence about the xtreme hybrid chassis though. Can anyone tell me what the difference in weight is on this?
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Originally Posted by RC_Woody
yes 0's all around is stock 3 degrees toe-in, However as I understand it, some of the team drivers are using the insert #1 in the up position in the rear front for 2 or 3(I don't remember) degrees of Anti-squat

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1's up in the front of the REAR pivot blocks gives 3 deg of antisquat. The stock antisquat for the stock blocks as well as 0 inserts on the adjustable pivots is 2 deg for this truck.

I may have to try that.. More anti-squat should decrease my rear traction off power which should help my rearend slide a little more coming into a turn.. I was really liking no front swaybar lastnight at the track hit one of my fastest laps (tight indoor) I just couldn't get the rear end to slide at times when I needed it too and it was making my corners inconsisent and I ended up throwing a sway back on, it just doesn't like to do the back to back turns with even the smallest sway bar upfront, but it's more stable just not nimble through the tight turns
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Originally Posted by BlackStarRacing
Which chassis handles the nose diving issue better? I don't want to spend $100+ for a chassis that will bend easily..

Thanks guys,

Please just say why you like yours...No fighting lol
I like Mine Kuzz it`s Shiny and it made Me go Faster.
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How often do you guys change out the diff fluids? I do it after every 3 race weekends. I know there is no such thing as too soon but im curious if every 4 weeks would be sufficient?
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Originally Posted by elex300
How often do you guys change out the diff fluids? I do it after every 3 race weekends. I know there is no such thing as too soon but im curious if every 4 weeks would be sufficient?
Should be fine I'm going on 2 months and about 8 races
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Originally Posted by BmainStar
I like Mine Kuzz it`s Shiny and it made Me go Faster.
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I like mine cause its unbalanced and nothing fit on it correctly ....







Its opposites day !
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I will normally do it before a big race. I don't really have a set amount of runs.
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