TLR 22T Thread

Old 02-13-2012, 02:39 PM
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Is there a spring rate chart for all of the 22 springs???
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Ive been working hard with this truck for a while to really get it to where its really easy to drive and posting diffrent setups so others can try.

my current setup for med to high bite
toe:-1
ride height:31mm
camber:-1
caster:0
kick angle:30
shocks: emulsion,32.5wt
pistons:55
springs: orange
shock limiter: 3mm
shock location:2 outside
bump steer:0
camber link: 1 with 3mm of shim
spindles: up

rear motor
ball diff
toe:3.5 lrc
anti-squat:2.5
ride height:28
camber: -1
hubs:middle
shock type: emulsion
pistons:55 with 27.5 wt
springs:truck yellow
shock limiters: unscrewed 2 turns
camber link: d with 2mm of shim and 1 with 1.5mm of shim
shock location:3-outside
note's battery forward and tires are suburbs mc with bomb 1 foams
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Old 02-13-2012, 03:23 PM
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@easye - Setup looks good, i was wondering what impact did unscrewing the rear shock bottoms have and where did you feel it gained time on the track for you?

I use the two turns outs setup on my buggy and it really helps turn in but my truck seems to have steering to spare so i was curious why you went that direction on your 22T.
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
Is there a spring rate chart for all of the 22 springs???
http://www.petitrc.com/setup/losi/se...pringChart.pdf
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Originally Posted by cola View Post
Does anyone know of a company making boots for the CVA's?
the durango dex410 ones work great on mine.....im using the inner and outer
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Originally Posted by J-Fraz203 View Post
the durango dex410 ones work great on mine.....im using the inner and outer
I didn't even think about the inner. Thanks for the idea!
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Originally Posted by Sleepytime View Post
@easye - Setup looks good, i was wondering what impact did unscrewing the rear shock bottoms have and where did you feel it gained time on the track for you?

I use the two turns outs setup on my buggy and it really helps turn in but my truck seems to have steering to spare so i was curious why you went that direction on your 22T.
I dont know its been kind of habit on my last few stadiun trucks. Back siding the triple and driving threw the sweeper onto the straight.
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http://www.youtube.com/user/Kevin18Gahan?feature=watch

Diff build, break in and slipper adjustment with Matt Castellano. Very good video!!!
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Thanks Casper!!!
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Finally drove mine today(in stock form until I get my mod motor) and it was awesome great handling...I love this truck
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Old 02-14-2012, 03:45 AM
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Hey Guys, what are shock limiters? I thought they were the spacers inside the shocks? I saw someone put a setup earlier saying shock limiters:unscrewed two turns, and i am totally confused.
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Originally Posted by Peff View Post
Hey Guys, what are shock limiters? I thought they were the spacers inside the shocks? I saw someone put a setup earlier saying shock limiters:unscrewed two turns, and i am totally confused.
No your right. Shock limiters do go inside of the shocks. If guys are looking for more droop they'll unscrew the bottom of the shocks. Normally at that point there not running any limiters inside the shock. There are cases when someone may be running limiters inside the shocks and in a pinch need more droop,then they'll unscrew the bottom of the shocks instead of ripping the the whole shock apart. Hope that helps a lil.
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Some are taking the spacers out of the rear shocks and then unscrewing the shock eye 2 turns to lengthen the shock even more
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anbody else running shorty packs in rear motor config? I started with this and think I will stick with it(unless it sucks when I switch to mod)
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Thanks rob

Originally Posted by rob martin View Post
No your right. Shock limiters do go inside of the shocks. If guys are looking for more droop they'll unscrew the bottom of the shocks. Normally at that point there not running any limiters inside the shock. There are cases when someone may be running limiters inside the shocks and in a pinch need more droop,then they'll unscrew the bottom of the shocks instead of ripping the the whole shock apart. Hope that helps a lil.
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