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Old 05-08-2018, 09:18 PM
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Thanks for the info.This one has 2.8 badlands and they don't look much bigger than stock.
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Old 05-08-2018, 09:24 PM
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FYI, Losi is coming out with the Tenacity DB next month which is similar to this. Nice thing about the Tenacity DB is that it's all metric!!!
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It's also all plastic.
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Old 05-09-2018, 01:40 AM
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Originally Posted by martin34 View Post

Thanks for the info.This one has 2.8 badlands and they don't look much bigger than stock.
I was thinking of 2.8" Badlands MX tires, which are much wider than those. The tires your SCBE has now are discontinued.
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Originally Posted by fyrstormer View Post
I was thinking of 2.8" Badlands MX tires, which are much wider than those. The tires your SCBE has now are discontinued.
Unfortunately that's not my scbe.I am still waiting for mine to be posted😣. Hopefully I will still be able to find those badlands as the look perfect on the scbe in my opinion.I wander if the tenacity dB will share all the parts with the scbe.Apart from the chassi of course.
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Old 05-11-2018, 09:38 AM
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These Badland tires are really confusing me.The 2.8 sc badlands arnt avaliable anymore as stated but but the 2.8 truck tire is but if you look at the sizes they are exactly the same size.The scbe in the pic has the 2.8 truck tires and wheels I am prity sure as they arnt sc wheels?
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I got these today and the car will be here monday
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Old 05-13-2018, 01:37 PM
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There's no place to mount those on the Ten-SCBE. On the Ten-SCTE they attach to the rear bumper, which the Ten-SCBE doesn't have.

EDIT: My bad, those attach to the suspension arms. Interesting. I've never noticed a problem with the rear driveshafts accumulating dirt.
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Anyone run losi 8ight shocks on this truck with the proper shock standoffs? These stock ones aren’t very good..
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The factory shocks are fine with a couple upgrades. Get the optional aluminum shock bodies and TiN-coated shock shafts.

Friends don't let friends run plastic shocks. RCs shouldn't even come with plastic shocks anymore. I've upgraded to aluminum shock bodies on every single RC I own.
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Are you referring to the 22 conversion shocks or the stock ones that come on a scte 3.0 kit?
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I run mudguards on all my trucks.I find they really help by stopping sticks getting caught up between the arm and the dogbone and I think they look good lol.I will upgrade the shocks to Ali on mine but I will run them stock for now as the Ali ones are prity expensive.
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Originally Posted by SLO county race View Post
Are you referring to the 22 conversion shocks or the stock ones that come on a scte 3.0 kit?
Not the 22 conversion shocks.
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Well it finally turned up.Its certainly a good looking truck.I am going to take the body off tho before I run it and put some shoe goo around all the screw holes.I need to mod the battery tray blocks as well as my lipos are a fraction to big to be able push them down flat length wise.Width wise they are perfect. I wander if the wheel nuts are M4,M5 or m6?I want to put some green ones on and a few wing decals included would of been nice.
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