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Old 09-06-2012, 07:35 PM
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Did you break in and adjust the diff while it was in the truck?
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Old 09-06-2012, 07:49 PM
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Default Diff help

I used the TLR alum. diff nut holder right off the bat. I'm glad to see losi change the diff nut to the AE style nut.
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Old 09-06-2012, 07:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Guch View Post
I used the TLR alum. diff nut holder right off the bat. I'm glad to see losi change the diff nut to the AE style nut.
got a pic of the two
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Originally Posted by bot5024 View Post
Is anyone having problems with the ball diff? I snapped my first, put in the second and it just doesn't seem tight enough. It feels great out of the truck. I have the slipper tightened down enough.. Let me know if any thoughts. It just doesn't have the torque.. Starts off slow..
Loose slipper? Does the diff 'bark' when you take off from a dead-stop?
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Old 09-06-2012, 08:15 PM
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http://www.liverc.com/news/new_produ...sway_bar_kits/

Did I miss something!?!? Lol When can i get my hands on them?!? Scott kelly..front page material here.
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Anyone mount a proline flotek body on your 22sct? Does it fit?
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Old 09-06-2012, 09:23 PM
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Is there a mix up or is the TLR team really running 22buggy front pink springs on the rear of their 22sct? The part number listed on the TLR team setup sheet is for pink buggy fronts. What gives?
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http://www.liverc.com/news/new_produ...sway_bar_kits/

Did I miss something!?!? Lol When can i get my hands on them?!? Scott kelly..front page material here.

Says early November: http://www.tlracing.com/Search/Defau...=LatestRelease
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Old 09-07-2012, 02:26 AM
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By chance do the 22t wheels fit on the 22sct? I'm new to shortcourse, I would also like to know why shortcouse wheels designed the way they are?
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Old 09-07-2012, 03:16 AM
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Originally Posted by GrimReminder View Post
By chance do the 22t wheels fit on the 22sct? I'm new to shortcourse, I would also like to know why shortcouse wheels designed the way they are?
No, the22T trires will not fit on the 22sct. Remember who started the short coarse legend (Traxxas), I'm sure they wanted to have exclusive parts for there truck's so no one else's could retro fit. Traxxas is th best at capturing market share.
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Old 09-07-2012, 03:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Frank Root View Post
It is difficult to make in a way that would accomodate inline--> +4mm spindle without interferring with the 22 front wheel at full lock, so not at this time.
I'd love to see them made. I talked to Ryan about it 2 weeks ago. I think with the larger wheels, both the 22T and certainly the 22SCT would have enough clearance, but I agree the 22 buggy may not.
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http://www.liverc.com/news/new_produ...sway_bar_kits/

Did I miss something!?!? Lol When can i get my hands on them?!? Scott kelly..front page material here.
Yep you've missed something, they've been on the front page for days now
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Originally Posted by GrimReminder View Post
By chance do the 22t wheels fit on the 22sct? I'm new to shortcourse, I would also like to know why shortcouse wheels designed the way they are?
As said it is traxxas's fault for the wheels being the way they are but not because of them wanting to capture the market. The first slash 2wd's actually had 2.0 wheels period. They didn't have the 2.0/3.0. What changed was when they brought out the slayer and had to enlarge the back side of wheel to allow for the revo type suspension to run with sc looking wheels and tires and then they just stuck with that size and it became an industry standard.

Question for the TLR guys. With the support kit what's the point of the 60mm turnbuckle when the 22sct only uses the 65mm and 70mm one's?
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Originally Posted by mavrick0 View Post
Question for the TLR guys. With the support kit what's the point of the 60mm turnbuckle when the 22sct only uses the 65mm and 70mm one's?
Great point and even better question! Good eye, Maverick!


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Originally Posted by mavrick0 View Post
As said it is traxxas's fault for the wheels being the way they are but not because of them wanting to capture the market. The first slash 2wd's actually had 2.0 wheels period. They didn't have the 2.0/3.0. What changed was when they brought out the slayer and had to enlarge the back side of wheel to allow for the revo type suspension to run with sc looking wheels and tires and then they just stuck with that size and it became an industry standard.

Question for the TLR guys. With the support kit what's the point of the 60mm turnbuckle when the 22sct only uses the 65mm and 70mm one's?
Thanks for that bit of information; I've always wondered!!! I think I've even got a few of the 2.0/2.0 wheels laying around here!!! And NO, I don't know WHY they're laying around here!
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Originally Posted by Chris K View Post
Thanks for that bit of information; I've always wondered!!! I think I've even got a few of the 2.0/2.0 wheels laying around here!!! And NO, I don't know WHY they're laying around here!
There still laying around because nobody else wants them, and you dont want to throw them away....lol! Dont ask how I know that!
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