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Originally Posted by Briguy
So , those will now be in the screw kit from Tony`s Screws ?
I'm in contact with him and he will be sending these out to me and he advised that it will be in future kits as well.
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Originally Posted by WideOpenThrottle RC
Quick question for those of you running the droop screw mod where you drill and tap and install them into the chassis. Are you then removing the screws in the arms and letting the arms contact the head of the new screws or are you leaving the allens in the arms themselves?
Most setup sheets indicate "go by shock length" so I just removed the droop screws.
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Some pictures of my new SCTE.


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Originally Posted by WideOpenThrottle RC
Quick question for those of you running the droop screw mod where you drill and tap and install them into the chassis. Are you then removing the screws in the arms and letting the arms contact the head of the new screws or are you leaving the allens in the arms themselves?
The idea of that mod is so that the droop screws in the arm contact the head of the installed allen head screw, and not the chassis. So, if you are going to remove the screws from the arm, there is no need for the mod.
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Originally Posted by Jeff Bartlett
hi-tech hs7940th way too much for me! had to turn the sterring expo down -48 to tame it. Probly should do some more research to see what the current draw is cause occasionaly I experience a brown out (loss of everything) and from what I was told this is unheard of when running an rx8

I would HIGHLY advise you take that Expo Out and use the "speed" function of your radio. Using extremes on the expo can cause more harm then good.

Originally Posted by WideOpenThrottle RC
Quick question for those of you running the droop screw mod where you drill and tap and install them into the chassis. Are you then removing the screws in the arms and letting the arms contact the head of the new screws or are you leaving the allens in the arms themselves?
Leave the screws in so the Arms/Suspension has something to rest on at Full droop.

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You need to put a drop of CA glue in there and it will make much harder to lose....Losi owes nothing, you lost it somewhere. LOL

Or just Buy the Hpi locking hexes with the set screw to hold it in place. You'll also loose a couple grams going from the Stock Steel hexes to Aluminum.
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Looks like Losi has the new spring sets listed for begin of August and TLR has the flex tuned chassis for the end of August.
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Hey all, just thought I'd let you know we released the part numbers for pre-order for the spring sets for the truck...they are already on their way so should be out in a couple weeks.

http://www.losi.com/Search/Default.a...=LatestRelease
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Also, the chassis was announced as well...there will be one change in that we are pocketing under the spur so you can mount the diff and motor lower if you want.

http://www.tlracing.com/Search/Defau...=LatestRelease
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Originally Posted by hacker07
Also, the chassis was announced as well...there will be one change in that we are pocketing under the spur so you can mount the diff and motor lower if you want.

http://www.tlracing.com/Search/Defau...=LatestRelease


Cool beans Ryan, Thanks for posting.
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Little bit of info for the guy's running the Castle 1410.

The 5mm version of the 1410 will not be released until late summer possibly fall. The info that was released on it came out way to early.

Some good news is that if you have the 3.2mm 1410 you can get just the rotor upgrade from castle without having to buy a whole new motor.
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Originally Posted by liftedcj7on44s
Little bit of info for the guy's running the Castle 1410.

The 5mm version of the 1410 will not be released until late summer possibly fall. The info that was released on it came out way to early.

Some good news is that if you have the 3.2mm 1410 you can get just the rotor upgrade from castle without having to buy a whole new motor.
that actually rocks! 3mm mod 1 pinions are available, but only online. All my LHS have the 5mm versions...I'll be looking for this when it comes out. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by hacker07
Hey all, just thought I'd let you know we released the part numbers for pre-order for the spring sets for the truck...they are already on their way so should be out in a couple weeks.

http://www.losi.com/Search/Default.a...=LatestRelease
are these new spring choices in addition to the silver and gold out already or are these something else?
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Remove the pin out of the other axle and take it to a fastener store they will match it up and sell them to you for about $.25 each. I believe they are 2mm x10mm, but it's been a while since I bought some.




Originally Posted by liftedcj7on44s
What all pins can I use?

If I have too I will cut down an allen wrench.

So basically the whole time I have been running on 3WD.

The pin I am talking about is the one if you take the wheel off and pull the 12mm hex off it goes in the shaft there.

I have never had the wheels off since I got the truck so this means that Losi never put one in it.

No wonder my truck has seemed slow. Losi owes me a pin.
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WOW! $125 for the chassis.

I'm glad I ordered the BCE chassis this week.


Originally Posted by hacker07
Also, the chassis was announced as well...there will be one change in that we are pocketing under the spur so you can mount the diff and motor lower if you want.

http://www.tlracing.com/Search/Defau...=LatestRelease
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