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Old 08-25-2012, 09:53 PM
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I know Toddie ran the kit setup and Keith ran the kit setup with the sway bars. I ran another setup but I would say Toddies truck looked the best of all of ours.
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Old 08-25-2012, 10:12 PM
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Unfortunately I am working on Sunday. Morgan and I got some good testing done with iT after racing tonight. The box setup is a good start but we already have it way better with just a few small changes.
whats your setup for mikes?
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Even with the ball cup modification I'm still popping them off fairly easy. Any other ideas why.
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Anybody know if a Spektrum S6040 requires an extension wire in rear motor? Thanks
Servo and reciever are typically right next to each other in these cars. It is the ESC that requires the extension if you put it on the tray in front of the rear tower. That wire will most likely be too short if you put the reciever up next to the servo.
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Originally Posted by drtdino View Post
Just purchased a 22sct... Setting it up with an R10, a 8.5vst, barcodes, and savox 1258... I can't wait I haven't built a kit since I was a kid and that was 15 years ago, lol...
I hear you man... 27 now and my last kit was a XXX CR BK Hahahaha!!! Has been awhile huh? Going to be fun!!!
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Old 08-26-2012, 01:52 AM
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Putting a gear diff in my truck to try starting with 5000 diff fluid , thoughts?
A friend tried 5000 weight and the differential spun like it had bearing oil inside. I built mine with 30000 and it felt good. I'm thinking about trying 40000 or 50000 since I'm running mid-engine.
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Originally Posted by RShockley View Post
Unfortunately I am working on Sunday. Morgan and I got some good testing done with iT after racing tonight. The box setup is a good start but we already have it way better with just a few small changes.
Shoot me a pm with the changes please.
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Old 08-26-2012, 06:11 AM
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Raced the truck for the first time yesterday at are local club race ran the stock setup was very impressed it handled great and carried alot of corner speed the track was outdoor mix of clay and dirt really dry and loose qualified 5th but took of in the main and was untouchable. Also I ran the shorty pack with two foams behind the battery I can wait to see what more this truck has in it I'll have to say out of the 22 series of rc's it's the best thanks Losi for stepping the game up Oh and also has plenty of steering
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Old 08-26-2012, 06:14 AM
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Shoot me a pm with the changes please.
PM sent
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Originally Posted by RShockley View Post
Even with the ball cup modification I'm still popping them off fairly easy. Any other ideas why.
that is pretty serious, becouse it will result in a DNF fairly easy
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Old 08-26-2012, 09:31 AM
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ok some one from losi post is for you. i now see pics of the stock body with the holes not cut out. is there two body with the holes cut and one not cut. not in the kit in the kit theres just one i know.
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First off , hats off to losi
Great truck
Great instruction manual
Very very happy
Question to the pros on here, what servo are u guys running on the 22sct?
The servo I'm running is Align 610 which is just like a savox 1257, I believe that number is right.
Anyways the servo rubs on the link, and is too close for me , are u guys running a smaller servo , that is flater in the front ?
Thanks for the help
Ps I use no shims, also my tekin rs is glitching so now have to run a cap
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I'm glad to hear some of you had a good first outing with the truck, but I wasnt so lucky. The ball cups on the steering came off 3 times and the rear end was really loose. The track is a loose, bumpy, dusty, 1/8 outdoor. I put the kit setup in and did the tranny shim trick. Any help on how to get the rear end planted would be great!!
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Originally Posted by Gas Rat Racin View Post
I'm glad to hear some of you had a good first outing with the truck, but I wasnt so lucky. The ball cups on the steering came off 3 times and the rear end was really loose. The track is a loose, bumpy, dusty, 1/8 outdoor. I put the kit setup in and did the tranny shim trick. Any help on how to get the rear end planted would be great!!
Try throwing some weight over the transmission. One of the 7 gram weights in the option parts that use the factory hole. Also try laying the rear shocks down. Outside on the arms, second from the inside on the tower. If those dont fix it, then try a softer spring in the rear also.
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Originally Posted by vito View Post
ok some one from losi post is for you. i now see pics of the stock body with the holes not cut out. is there two body with the holes cut and one not cut. not in the kit in the kit theres just one i know.
You need to cut the wholes out. (I am assuming we are talking about the vents?)

You get to choose with this body. TLR will be offering a body with all the vents cut out but it is not scheduled to be released until nov at this time.
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