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Old 08-01-2012, 09:41 PM
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After rebuilding my front diff for the FORTH time, it is still locking up. Everything is seated properly.. ONLY conclusion I have came to is that when I glued the inserts i MAY have used a little too much rtv sealent. (works the best), OR the diff housing is not exact to size. Ill have to buy a new housing tomorrow an re glue the inserts and see what happens. Fine for now with 2 seals but I want it done the right way. lol
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Old 08-01-2012, 09:52 PM
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Just taking a roll call of any and all SCTE drivers running the BCE chassis...

I have enjoyed the performance out of the one on my truck.
Yes Sir! I run it and have one of the most dialed trucks at my track!!I like it cuz its a fine piece of Machining and the performance puts it at the front of the pack every time! No Hype,I could run what ever I want!!Cheers!!
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Old 08-01-2012, 10:25 PM
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Somehow these snuck by - I haven't seen any posts about the Louise wheels for SCTE. If anyone has them, thoughts?

Come in white, yellow, or black:

http://www.louiserc.com/products_det...cID=17&Key=115
Yes you saw me running them tonight in Rockville, they are nice and lite
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Dose any body know if the out drives for the losi 1/8th buggy and truggy are the same out drives for the losi scte?

Cheers Ben

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Old 08-01-2012, 11:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank L View Post
Just taking a roll call of any and all SCTE drivers running the BCE chassis...

I have enjoyed the performance out of the one on my truck.
Loving mine. Bought the truck with the chassis already installed and love it. Jumps flat turns tight and fast and looks cool.
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Old 08-01-2012, 11:44 PM
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Love me bce chassis, have another one coming in the mail for my new truck that im going to be running on dirt. Cant wait! I hate scte diffs tho, once their sealed there ok..
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Old 08-02-2012, 01:35 AM
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Hi guys, been reading on here about all the stuff that's been letting this truck down for a while now, I run on loose large outdoor tracks only and am the last one at our club still running the SC104x4, at this point in this class I am slowly heading to the rear of the field, I'm sure most of you would know why and I'm not going to go into the shortcomings of the SC10, what I would like to know is if I buy a new truck from A Main have the early issues been corrected from the Losi team? Is there anything I should get at the same time to help performance on a loose track? (other than tires) I love my 8ight E and want to get my SC4x4 racing back on target.
I'm sure the answers I seek are in here someplace but I don't have all day to troll using the search button so sorry in advance for that.
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Old 08-02-2012, 03:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Beef_NZ View Post
Dose any body know if the out drives for the losi 1/8th buggy and truggy are the same out drives for the losi scte?

Cheers Ben
No they are not the same.


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Hi guys, been reading on here about all the stuff that's been letting this truck down for a while now, I run on loose large outdoor tracks only and am the last one at our club still running the SC104x4, at this point in this class I am slowly heading to the rear of the field, I'm sure most of you would know why and I'm not going to go into the shortcomings of the SC10, what I would like to know is if I buy a new truck from A Main have the early issues been corrected from the Losi team? Is there anything I should get at the same time to help performance on a loose track? (other than tires) I love my 8ight E and want to get my SC4x4 racing back on target.
I'm sure the answers I seek are in here someplace but I don't have all day to troll using the search button so sorry in advance for that.
Lightened out drives front, center, rear I would get shock towers also because the stockers will bend. Eventually you can pick up other stuff such as a new chassis and the racing kit if you want to get it with the shock towers you will save money.
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1 I like my BCE
2 you dont need any thing but a good motor and speed control to run the losi
3. if and when.. carbon towers. next hardened out drives. next. if you want to get in to it. spring sets. all the other mods are bling. Tires Tires and inserts will win you races. JMO have fun
call pro match get a good battery.
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Originally Posted by Beef_NZ View Post
Dose any body know if the out drives for the losi 1/8th buggy and truggy are the same out drives for the losi scte?

Cheers Ben
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No they are not the same.




Lightened out drives front, center, rear I would get shock towers also because the stockers will bend. Eventually you can pick up other stuff such as a new chassis and the racing kit if you want to get it with the shock towers you will save money.
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Nice to hear all the positive feedback on the BCE. Keep it going guys.
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Another satisfied BCE user here ! Even if the chassis is way off balance
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Another satisfied BCE user here ! Even if the chassis is way off balance
???

I'm considering an SCTE.. are there better alternatives to BCE?
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Originally Posted by BigART71 View Post
???

I'm considering an SCTE.. are there better alternatives to BCE?
BCE makes a great aftermarket chassis.

TLR, Kingshead, Bump also make great aftermarket alum chassis. Then there is the SNR carbon chassis option.

MIP makes a kit that reconfigures the layout of the chassis and it works great as well.

I personally use the TLR chassis with torque rod rear chassis brace. Works great!
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Old 08-02-2012, 09:04 AM
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Originally Posted by BigART71 View Post
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I'm considering an SCTE.. are there better alternatives to BCE?
Psssssss No. No alternative whatsoever...
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