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Old 02-21-2014, 10:42 AM
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To get more on power steering try making the front camber link shorter. Another thing u could try is raising the outer ball stud on the front camber link as well. Both of there changes will raise the front "roll center" and should give u more steering.
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Old 02-21-2014, 11:47 AM
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Has anyone tried the new stadium truck aka typo on their 22t yet?... I hear the typo is amazing on buggy
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Old 02-21-2014, 12:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Stevomatik View Post
Has anyone tried the new stadium truck aka typo on their 22t yet?... I hear the typo is amazing on buggy

Well you heard right. The typos are freakin legit on damp indoor clay. Dry conditions is a no go. I run them all around on my 22 2.0 and it feels like an onroad car almost lol. Theyre especially good for the guys who run stock buggy. 40 grams lighter than tradition wheel and tire combos from what i hear.
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Originally Posted by Dagolf View Post
Well you heard right. The typos are freakin legit on damp indoor clay. Dry conditions is a no go. I run them all around on my 22 2.0 and it feels like an onroad car almost lol. Theyre especially good for the guys who run stock buggy. 40 grams lighter than tradition wheel and tire combos from what i hear.
Sold... Time to get a set
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Old 02-21-2014, 04:30 PM
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Hey guys,

Picked up a sponsorship, so I'm letting go of my 22T that I just bought - it's brand new in package. Comes with a Seal Set and Machined Shock Bushing Set: http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...cf-4-runs.html
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Old 02-22-2014, 04:50 PM
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I went to the local track in Bakersfield for the first time today. I had never been to an rc track and decided to finally check it out. Took the wife and kids with me and had a really good time. While looking around I noticed a new 22T kit on the floor covered in dust......so I bought it. Honestly didn't expect to find one, but Im glad I did! This is the third one I have owned, I foolishly sold the other two but I'm going to finish this one. After checking out the track today I am finally considering racing also, looks like they have a stock Stadium Truck class at the track. Should be fun!
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Old 02-22-2014, 10:06 PM
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Just in case anyone is interested, I did some more searching and found that Durango offers several springs with higher rates than the Losi black spring.
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Old 02-22-2014, 10:18 PM
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22t has been discontinued according to A main. I bought one 2 weeks ago and at that time they only had 3 left in stock.
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Old 02-23-2014, 12:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Stevomatik View Post
Sold... Time to get a set
Keep in mind i used them on my 2wd buggy. I plan on picking up a set for the truck as well. But they were amazing on the buggy so id imagine it should be as good or better on the truck. But beware they wore out quick. And i run stock. 3 race weekends with not much practice at all and theyre slicks
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Old 02-23-2014, 02:00 AM
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Ok, I might be an idiot but I've gone onto the TLR site and I've clicked on the various set ups available to check them out & none of the notes pop up. The sheet comes up but no notes. Does anyone know if they were taken down or maybe I need to update my adobe acrobat or maybe I am an idiot?
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Originally Posted by BLbound View Post
Ok, I might be an idiot but I've gone onto the TLR site and I've clicked on the various set ups available to check them out & none of the notes pop up. The sheet comes up but no notes. Does anyone know if they were taken down or maybe I need to update my adobe acrobat or maybe I am an idiot?
Some people have had issues with some plug-ins especially on phones. As someone mentioned, you can try downloading the pdf and use adobe acrobat directly.
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Originally Posted by canbarelyhover View Post
Some people have had issues with some plug-ins especially on phones. As someone mentioned, you can try downloading the pdf and use adobe acrobat directly.
Cool I'll give that a try, thanks!
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Originally Posted by wrenchinmonkey View Post
22t has been discontinued according to A main. I bought one 2 weeks ago and at that time they only had 3 left in stock.
So I heard.....being that it seems in general Stadium Truck is gaining popularity in a lot of areas, do I smell a 22T 2.0 coming???????
It would be rather easy to do, as several parts would likely carry over from the buggy, but then again we haven't seen a 22SCT 2.0 yet.
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Originally Posted by kevinpratt823 View Post
So I heard.....being that it seems in general Stadium Truck is gaining popularity in a lot of areas, do I smell a 22T 2.0 coming???????
It would be rather easy to do, as several parts would likely carry over from the buggy, but then again we haven't seen a 22SCT 2.0 yet.
I think a big part of the equation is just keeping interest alive. I don't always post here but I have been following the thread.......and this thread has been very active considering the truck has been discontinued since September or October of last year. I am buying as many spare parts as I can right now, and many of the 2.0 parts will fit. I plan on keeping mine going for a while, whether an official 22T 2.0 ever comes or not.
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Can someone remind me of the PN# for the 22T trailing spindles.
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