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Old 01-25-2012, 07:07 AM
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Originally Posted by limiteded1le View Post
Here is my 22T all done up. Got a chance to run it with Dustin's setup and it wasn't all that great on the track. I might try Zippy's setup since the track I run at is a high bite track. The rear end seemed waaaay too stiff even with the 27.5 shock oil.

Last Sunday was my first time with the truck and I started out with the stock setup at Leisure Hours . I was pretty amazed how good it handled and I`m going to try a few things before trying a different setup .


Where do you race at ?
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Will part: Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hub Set (TLR 22) [TLR2057] fir and work on the 22T?
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Originally Posted by Casper View Post
The spacer is in there for changing between inline spindles and trailing spindles. The buggy comes with trailing which is why it is behind and the truck comes with in-line which is why it is in front. Since the wheel indexes to the spindle the location of that spacer has no effect on the steering arm clearance to the wheel. The spacer just moves that whole caster block/spindle/wheel assembly back and forth.
Curious to why inline is used on the truck and trailing on the buggy. Also, has anyone tried inline on the buggy, and what are the results?
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Old 01-25-2012, 08:35 AM
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ryan,

will these fit on the front on the 22t? or the thicker ones for more off set

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...d-Width-TLR-22
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:00 AM
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Originally Posted by Briguy View Post
Last Sunday was my first time with the truck and I started out with the stock setup at Leisure Hours . I was pretty amazed how good it handled and I`m going to try a few things before trying a different setup .


Where do you race at ?
I run at the Hobby Town in Lake in the Hills. There are a couple of us that run the 22T up there. I'm gonna start changing the setup on it today when I get to work. Gotta loosen up the rear end a lot.
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My ball cups keep popping off is there an upgrade?
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:29 AM
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Hey guys,

I'm still waiting for my truck to arrive. Has anyone tried it in dry loose conditions? Any suggestions for setup or tires? I'll start with a stock setup and then try Frank and Dustin's setups. I tried out a friends xxx t and love the stadium truck. Can't wait for my 22T
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:33 AM
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Originally Posted by limiteded1le View Post
I run at the Hobby Town in Lake in the Hills. There are a couple of us that run the 22T up there. I'm gonna start changing the setup on it today when I get to work. Gotta loosen up the rear end a lot.
Please post what works there. Thinking of trying one there too.
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Maxxingout View Post
Will the standard Losi aluminum servo horn work on this truck or do I need the one made for the buggy? The on efor the buggy has a angle/step in it.

Also if anyone has compared prolines m4 and panthers "supersoft" tire, which feels softer?
You need to use the 22 servo arms. http://www.horizonhobby.com/webapp/w.../:cp=1/:ip=9/:

It has been a little while since I touch a SS panther tire but I would say M4 is a little softer.

Originally Posted by skrichter View Post
Curious to why inline is used on the truck and trailing on the buggy. Also, has anyone tried inline on the buggy, and what are the results?
If you look back to the XX and XXX days the buggy always used trailing and the truck always used in-line.

I tried inline on my buggy and it was way switchy.

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My ball cups keep popping off is there an upgrade?
The TLR ball cups are some of the best out there. Which one you have poping off? Only ones I have had come off were front inner camber links and that was after a hit on another car I though should break something and only a ball cup that popped right back on.
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Originally Posted by lewis4x4 View Post
Will part: Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hub Set (TLR 22) [TLR2057] fir and work on the 22T?
Yes
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Old 01-25-2012, 10:10 AM
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Originally Posted by slowguy2012 View Post
Please post what works there. Thinking of trying one there too.
Dustin Evan's setup from the Spektrum does not work well there. That's what a friend and I ran there and both hated it. I'm going to give Ryan Dunford's setup and Zippy's a try and see how it feels.
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Originally Posted by racerx1920 View Post
ryan,

will these fit on the front on the 22t? or the thicker ones for more off set

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...d-Width-TLR-22
These will not. There currently are NO aluminum hexes for the 22T.
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These will not. There currently are NO aluminum hexes for the 22T.
Hmmm... I put them on and I have not ran the truck as of yet, but it felt as if the tires fit right... I will have to re-check as I don;t want to mess up the rims...
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Originally Posted by lewis4x4 View Post
Hmmm... I put them on and I have not ran the truck as of yet, but it felt as if the tires fit right... I will have to re-check as I don;t want to mess up the rims...
They are a little wider. They are the right size hex just not the correct offset.
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Originally Posted by limiteded1le View Post
Dustin Evan's setup from the Spektrum does not work well there. That's what a friend and I ran there and both hated it. I'm going to give Ryan Dunford's setup and Zippy's a try and see how it feels.
I would have used it as a starting point but the dirt is VERY different so I figured a few changes would be necessary. Feels like the proving grounds...LOOSE AS HELL...
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