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Old 09-24-2013, 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by silveraider14 View Post
I would put the front shocks on the outside hole on the arm to take away some droop cause I run I think 27 mm ride height all around. haven't touched mine for a while but will break it out this week sometime when my new body gets here


Yea but i race outdoors with big jumps i know most guys with the SCTE run full droop all around. What i could do is turn the shock rod ends all the way in or just one tread showing on them. If i choose to run the middle hole on the Front arms.

I am going to use the outer hole on the Front arms it just seems hard to get a lower ride height with the bottoms into the middle hole on the Front. The only thing i dont like about the outer hole on the Front arms is it takes away some lower speed steering on tighter turns and turns wider.

But not a hard fix though really.


I guy i race with that runs the MIP does run 27mm Front and Rear i believe but now 29mm for some reason guessing to help with bottoming out.
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Old 10-05-2013, 07:06 AM
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Default Setup tips from the SCTE2.0?

Now that the TLR drivers are all on the 2.0, I am wondering are there any good setup tips that can cross over to the 1.0 and been tested successfully? eg bump steer mod, shim mod)? How much can be applied back to the 1.0, given that the weight distribution is different?
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Old 10-06-2013, 11:56 AM
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Looking for some advice on torque rods. My chassis is bent on my scte so I am getting the BCE V1 to replace the bent one. Can someone tell me what there using part 3's would be a big help Thanks again
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Originally Posted by eddomak View Post
Now that the TLR drivers are all on the 2.0, I am wondering are there any good setup tips that can cross over to the 1.0 and been tested successfully? eg bump steer mod, shim mod)? How much can be applied back to the 1.0, given that the weight distribution is different?


I dont think the 2.0 setups will work as good on the 1.0 . Now the MIP chassis i believe will work good with a 2.0 setups.
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i think I may be letting go of my scte very soon.

my rx8 decided to just go up in smoke for no reason.

if anybody is interested pm me. can sell it roller or everything but receiver and speedo
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Default Factory tie-rod lengths for scte 1.0?

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Does anyone know of a site that would show all the default tie rod lengthsfor the scte 1.0? The associated manuals show all the recommended lengths, just wondered if Losi did also
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[QUOTE=Graveyard;12608503]Hello,
Does anyone know of a site that would show all the default tie rod lengthsfor the scte 1.0? The associated manuals show all the recommended lengths, just wondered if Losi did also
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I wouldnt do the manuel setting for the tie rods its way off ! Just do it where there is about three threads showing on both sides on the tie rods. And check the camber .\


Silver: Just get a other ESC the Hobbywing as pretty good and priced very good and really realible .
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Does anyone know of a site that would show all the default tie rod lengthsfor the scte 1.0? The associated manuals show all the recommended lengths, just wondered if Losi did also
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I wouldnt do the manuel setting for the tie rods its way off ! Just do it where there is about three threads showing on both sides on the tie rods. And check the camber .\


Silver: Just get a other ESC the Hobbywing as pretty good and priced very good and really realible .

I could get a hobby wing but the class is starting to die around my area. Plus I got 2 other classes to focus on.
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Originally Posted by DonnieNitro View Post
Looking for some advice on torque rods. My chassis is bent on my scte so I am getting the BCE V1 to replace the bent one. Can someone tell me what there using part 3's would be a big help Thanks again
Hi, I have the BCE v1 chassis, I haven't tried using any other options so can't comment from experience but I believe that BCE recommends just using the stock plastic braces as the chassis is quite stiff in itself.

I'm not sure if they are still making the V1 chassis, as there is now the hybrid chassis (reverses the layout, similar to the 2.0, and you just need the 2.0 battery mount).
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anybody run a r10 pro with a pro4 4600?

I have one im not using but don't want to burn it up
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Originally Posted by silveraider14 View Post
anybody run a r10 pro with a pro4 4600?

I have one im not using but don't want to burn it up



I never used a R10 but im pretty sure there only meant for 2wd with lower kv motors on 2s. 4x4 SC and a 4600kv i think it would burn it up quick.


You might get away with running a 100amp ESC on this truck.
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i ran it in a b44.2 with a 6.5 reedy motor and it was cool to the touch
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Originally Posted by silveraider14 View Post
i ran it in a b44.2 with a 6.5 reedy motor and it was cool to the touch


Yea but there a lot lighter and the motors on the 4x4 have more poles.
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i ran it in a b44.2 with a 6.5 reedy motor and it was cool to the touch


Yea but there a lot lighter and the motors on the 4x4 have more poles/watts and amps.
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true.

gonna see if anyone runs it in the 2.0 thread
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