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Old 05-16-2012, 08:35 PM
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So I have my 22T setup for open class with a 10.5 Trinity Monster D3... but everyone seems to be wanting to run stock on the tracks around here... So the question is, what is everyone's input on the best 17.5 w/sensor to run?

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Old 05-16-2012, 08:43 PM
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So I have my 22T setup for open class with a 10.5 Trinity Monster D3... but everyone seems to be wanting to run stock on the tracks around here... So the question is, what is everyone's input on the best 17.5 w/sensor to run?

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Trinity D3 or Revtech
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Old 05-16-2012, 08:59 PM
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Do you like the Redline Series? I am in the same boat so I run the 17.5 it's great. I guess it is personal preference too?
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Old 05-18-2012, 09:35 PM
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Trinity D3 or Revtech
I just went with the 17.5 RevTech "beast".
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I'm having trouble keeping the toe link ball cups on (on the wheel side). I barely clip a pipe and the things seem to pop off. Replaced them with new, same problem. Anyone else having this problem, if so, what are you doing to fix it? It's cost a me a couple of A main wins so far.


Also, not looking for the "don't clip the pipe" response. Thanks in advance.
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Old 05-19-2012, 04:49 AM
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Originally Posted by PnchoPwr View Post
I'm having trouble keeping the toe link ball cups on (on the wheel side). I barely clip a pipe and the things seem to pop off. Replaced them with new, same problem. Anyone else having this problem, if so, what are you doing to fix it? It's cost a me a couple of A main wins so far.


Also, not looking for the "don't clip the pipe" response. Thanks in advance.
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Old 05-19-2012, 04:53 AM
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Originally Posted by PnchoPwr View Post
I'm having trouble keeping the toe link ball cups on (on the wheel side). I barely clip a pipe and the things seem to pop off. Replaced them with new, same problem. Anyone else having this problem, if so, what are you doing to fix it? It's cost a me a couple of A main wins so far.


Also, not looking for the "don't clip the pipe" response. Thanks in advance.
I've been running mine for a few months now and really haven't experienced the problem (knock on wood), then again I try to avoid clipping pipes if at all possible. If new ones pop off then you have some other problem, either you're suspension is being extended beyond its capabilities, or you are hitting too many things too often, or landing jumps way too hard and beating up the suspension's weakest link. I've seen a couple of guys use captured ends, like off a slash, but they are mostly bashers. Winning the A is about hitting the fewest things, clean driving, not seeking to blame anything other than the driver if you're popping ballcups. Good luck.
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Originally Posted by PnchoPwr View Post
I'm having trouble keeping the toe link ball cups on (on the wheel side). I barely clip a pipe and the things seem to pop off. Replaced them with new, same problem. Anyone else having this problem, if so, what are you doing to fix it? It's cost a me a couple of A main wins so far.


Also, not looking for the "don't clip the pipe" response. Thanks in advance.
Get the 22 buggy aluminum rear hexes standard width and use them on the front of the truck stopped it for me
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Originally Posted by PnchoPwr View Post
I'm having trouble keeping the toe link ball cups on (on the wheel side). I barely clip a pipe and the things seem to pop off. Replaced them with new, same problem. Anyone else having this problem, if so, what are you doing to fix it? It's cost a me a couple of A main wins so far.


Also, not looking for the "don't clip the pipe" response. Thanks in advance.
I had the same problem I bought a +.75 22 rear hex. It fixed the problem and still is roar legal.
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Old 05-19-2012, 08:39 AM
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False info..rpm doesn't work with the losi ball studs..
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Old 05-19-2012, 05:25 PM
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I just went with the 17.5 RevTech "beast".
The ReVtech's are good, but they also have a "magzilla" which comes with the high torque rotor already installed. If I was running stock then that's what I would run just because of all the power that motor develops.
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The ReVtech's are good, but they also have a "magzilla" which comes with the high torque rotor already installed. If I was running stock then that's what I would run just because of all the power that motor develops.
Who makes that? What esc are you running? What gearing?
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My new paint scheme for the 22T. Now if the class could just get a little more consistent with showing up.



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sweet body man.
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ya, that looks awesome
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