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Old 05-28-2013, 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by L.DENG View Post
Hello, guys.

has anyone measure the 22sct front and rear shock length from eye to eye? or some one could please have a measure?

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i don't know how much Exactly, but I think the 22sct shocks are around 2-3mm shorter then the 22t's shocks.
I can check tonite fore you.
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i don't know how much Exactly, but I think the 22sct shocks are around 2-3mm shorter then the 22t's shocks.
I can check tonite fore you.
Thank you very much, AndrewTom, if u can please measure the exactly shock lengh for these two truck. Or maybe point out which page in this thread has the imformation I need. Cheers!
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Originally Posted by AndrewTom View Post
i don't know how much Exactly, but I think the 22sct shocks are around 2-3mm shorter then the 22t's shocks.
I can check tonite fore you.
Bodies are for sure shorter as they marked them SCT.
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Originally Posted by L.DENG View Post
Thank you very much, AndrewTom, if u can please measure the exactly shock lengh for these two truck. Or maybe point out which page in this thread has the imformation I need. Cheers!
okay, this is what i've come up with. (all are approximate)
22T front: 88mm (i think i have 2mm limiters though, so 90 can't remember exactly)
Rear: 105mm (0 limiters)

22SCT front: 85mm (0 limiters and rod end unscrewed one full turn)
Rear: 102mm (0mm limiters.)

all are approximate, i just took my calibers to both my cars. i did the best i could, hope this helps.
what are you building?
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Originally Posted by AndrewTom View Post
okay, this is what i've come up with. (all are approximate)
22T front: 88mm (i think i have 2mm limiters though, so 90 can't remember exactly)
Rear: 105mm (0 limiters)

22SCT front: 85mm (0 limiters and rod end unscrewed one full turn)
Rear: 102mm (0mm limiters.)

all are approximate, i just took my calibers to both my cars. i did the best i could, hope this helps.
what are you building?
Thank u very much, AndrewTom. That is very helpful!

I still racing with the Hongnor NEXX10SC, wanna try the losi bladder shock and make difference on it. Gut too much parts for spare.

Hope losi guys don't mind I asked question here~

Cheers!
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Okay guys... Here is my first hack at the dropdown setup sheet. LMK what would help to improve it. I'm happy to listen to any suggestions.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...etup_Sheet.pdf

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Okay guys... Here is my first hack at the dropdown setup sheet. LMK what would help to improve it. I'm happy to listen to any suggestions.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/p3pb58tp0e...etup_Sheet.pdf

Thats pretty Sweet
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Thats pretty Sweet
Plus 1. I like it. Now I need one for my Tekno eb48!
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Just wondering what I may be able to do to the T to get more steering out of it especially exit steering under power it just understeers.
I run on a hard packed track which can come up dusty at times but overall medium grip

I was thinking of shortening the front camber links or looking at the shimming of them

I am running Casperís set up.
Any ideas/help would be appreciated.
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Originally Posted by KalEl63 View Post
Just wondering what I may be able to do to the T to get more steering out of it especially exit steering under power it just understeers.
I run on a hard packed track which can come up dusty at times but overall medium grip

I was thinking of shortening the front camber links or looking at the shimming of them

I am running Casper’s set up.
Any ideas/help would be appreciated.
Some things you can try for more on power steering

Move rear hubs backwards.
Move lipo battery forward.
Harder rear spring.
Some lead weights up the front.
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Originally Posted by stinky cheese View Post
Some things you can try for more on power steering

Move rear hubs backwards.
Move lipo battery forward.
Harder rear spring.
Some lead weights up the front.
all if this and you could also try less castor
what are you running for kick angle? 30? 25?.
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Running 30 kick and 0 caster.

I have tried the hubs all the way back and didn't like the way it handled
Not to say I wont give it a try again
Battery is all the way forward

Just trying to think of other things I can tell you as I appreciate the help
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Hey guys. I was wondering if there is a way to get more steering out of the truck as the track I run has alot of hairpins that i have to slide the truck to turn it. I was told by someone that for the the steering link on the wheel side he had drilled holes in front and slightly to the side of the stock ones to help that. What are your thoughts?
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