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Old 09-04-2012, 01:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Gas Rat Racin View Post
Both tires spin and the truck sometimes will spin around on me.
Lighter rear oil, lighter rear springs. More weight on the back end. Loosen The slipper. Better tire selection - clay compound vs soft / super-soft.

Any one of those could help. Without knowing what you're currently running setup wise it's tough to say.

Have you tried carrying more speed into the corner so you don't have to mash the throttle?
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Originally Posted by Gas Rat Racin View Post
Both tires spin and the truck sometimes will spin around on me.
. Loosening diff nut will correct problem.
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Old 09-04-2012, 01:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
Lighter rear oil, lighter rear springs. More weight on the back end. Loosen The slipper. Better tire selection - clay compound vs soft / super-soft.

Any one of those could help. Without knowing what you're currently running setup wise it's tough to say.

Have you tried carrying more speed into the corner so you don't have to mash the throttle?
What's the difference between clay vs soft?
I'm running the kit setup
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Old 09-04-2012, 02:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Gas Rat Racin View Post
What's the difference between clay vs soft?
I'm running the kit setup
Clay is harder and digs into soft/moist surfaces.
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Originally Posted by elecRC23 View Post
inside or outside of the body and where did you get them?

outside,ebay.
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Originally Posted by btown View Post
Got a question i need help. I am putting my tlr sct together and broke the long screw that hold the ball diff together it snaped like nothing i seen, Got one ordered but want be here till monday and i am racing saturday, so this said i have a xxxsct that I have a Tlr kit for it, the ball diff it that kit is it the same as the tlr sct one. I just need it to get me through this weekend. thanks for any help.
The Associated B4.1 diff screw is a direct replacement, maybe your LHS will have one of those on the shelf, they've been around a little longer....LOL!

P.S. - You will have to use the Associated Lock Nut, I believe the thread count is slightly different but works great, had to do it to mine. While your at it use the AE spring too, I think it's a better quality.
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Old 09-04-2012, 03:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
I use the 1257TG in mine. It's a vey fast servo. I think I have it turned down about 10-15%
wouldn't it be better to have a 1258tg (167 oz in @ 0.08) w/o turning it down then a 1257tg (138 oz @ 0.07) and have the extra torque?
i'm not crititcizing, just saying.
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Originally Posted by tipperjackson View Post
The Associated B4.1 diff screw is a direct replacement, maybe your LHS will have one of those on the shelf, they've been around a little longer....LOL!

P.S. - You will have to use the Associated Lock Nut, I believe the thread count is slightly different but works great, had to do it to mine. While your at it use the AE spring too, I think it's a better quality.
is the diff screw metric thread on the 22sct?
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Originally Posted by AndrewTom View Post
wouldn't it be better to have a 1258tg (167 oz in @ 0.08) w/o turning it down then a 1257tg (138 oz @ 0.07) and have the extra torque?
i'm not crititcizing, just saying.
Yeah I use the 1258 on everything else. Just the odd one out.
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Its time this on-roader comes and plays in the dirt. I have decided to run the SCT class for winter racing and well choosing a kit was pretty easy. hmmmm TLR??? Cool new race kit??? Enough said I'm in. My local track is relatively short so I'm planning on going either with a 10.5 or an 8.5. Not too sure on what brand or what esc to go with so I'm throwing it to the experts! I race 1/8 on road so speed isn't something I'm scared of or cant handle. Is it better to go with a 8.5 and mess with gearing or go 10.5 and keep it simply pinned? Your opinions are appreciated!
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Originally Posted by MX943 View Post
outside,ebay.
did you cut it to fit like that or did it come like that because it looks perfect!
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Originally Posted by elecRC23 View Post
did you cut it to fit like that or did it come like that because it looks perfect!
you can probably walk into any local vinyl shop and ask to buy some or google it and you get stuff like. It's like a big sheet of sticker. Cut it out or whatever.

http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&key...sl_o0447wqpn_b
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Originally Posted by TerribleTy View Post
Its time this on-roader comes and plays in the dirt. I have decided to run the SCT class for winter racing and well choosing a kit was pretty easy. hmmmm TLR??? Cool new race kit??? Enough said I'm in. My local track is relatively short so I'm planning on going either with a 10.5 or an 8.5. Not too sure on what brand or what esc to go with so I'm throwing it to the experts! I race 1/8 on road so speed isn't something I'm scared of or cant handle. Is it better to go with a 8.5 and mess with gearing or go 10.5 and keep it simply pinned? Your opinions are appreciated!
You can always turn it down if you want to slow own a fast motor, but be sure your track runs Mod SC. Lots of places run 17.5.
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hope to have my kit in a few days it in a ups truck
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