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Old 12-24-2012, 10:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
Stop crashing or shoo goo the hell out of it.

Personally I think I'm going to start going with 1-color wonder paint jobs and not bother reinforcing the bodies for SC. They don't last no matter what you do.
You got a valid point there! Shoo goo is the shits!!! As far as crashing....thats not going to happen anytime soon...
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Old 12-24-2012, 10:48 AM
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The 1.5 2 hole are those associated ?
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Old 12-24-2012, 10:51 AM
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I have NIP set of .75 22 hexes. Can I use those in place of the 1.5's? I have no use for them so.......

ANyone.....?
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Originally Posted by tekinACE View Post
The 1.5 2 hole are those associated ?
they can be, the associated 12mm pistons are direct fit, but the stock pistons can be modified.

http://losiracing.blogspot.com/2012/...e-pistons.html
Shows the conversion from 4 hole to 2 hole pistons.

i have heard of people liking the Associated better because they are made with the flashing on the face of the piston rather then the side of the piston like the TLR ones are.
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Old 12-24-2012, 11:17 AM
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Ryan and Casper, thanks for the new setup. Now think you guys could come up with a new one for 22 buggy to get it to not push as bad?
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Old 12-24-2012, 11:28 AM
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Originally Posted by 3Captain View Post
ANyone.....?
You can use those on the front but it would actually narrow it more than the stock hexes and I am not so sure you want to do that.
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Old 12-24-2012, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
Is that TLR2932?
Yes

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I have NIP set of .75 22 hexes. Can I use those in place of the 1.5's? I have no use for them so.......
Those would be more narrow then stock SCT front hexes and even though they will "fit" not the direction you want to go. Stock would be better. The 22 +1.5's are just slightly wider then stock.

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I still don't understand the difference between caster/kick 25/5 and 30/0. Overall it's 30 bu there's a difference?
Did you read this?

http://losiracing.blogspot.com/2011/...lr-22-22t.html

Originally Posted by tekinACE View Post
The 1.5 2 hole are those associated ?
We are drilling TLR pistons but AE's fit as well.

Originally Posted by tony montana View Post
Ryan and Casper, thanks for the new setup. Now think you guys could come up with a new one for 22 buggy to get it to not push as bad?
It will be a couple weeks before we get a chance to do this again with the holidays but I think we will tackle the 22T next (it is close but can get better and then we will hit up the 22 again. Both of use like our 22 right now even though we each have a different setup. Is it pushing high speed or low speed and what tires are you running. PM me or lets take this to the 22 thread!
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Old 12-24-2012, 11:48 AM
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Thanks for the help. Also the sct +1.5 must be different than the 22 +1.5? I have the SCT +1.5 and they are to wide not enough threads for the wheel
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Originally Posted by tekinACE View Post
Thanks for the help. Also the sct +1.5 must be different than the 22 +1.5? I have the SCT +1.5 and they are to wide not enough threads for the wheel
Yeah, we were referencing the rear buggy +1.5 which is much different than the SCT +1.5 rears
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Originally Posted by 3Captain View Post
I have NIP set of .75 22 hexes. Can I use those in place of the 1.5's? I have no use for them so.......
I took a look and the +.75 22 hexes look to be the same size as the stock front sct hexes so as Ryan posted below, +1.5 are a tick wider.

Originally Posted by F N CUDA View Post
Casper, are the 22 +1.5 hexes wider or narrower than the stock front sct hexes? (not sittin next to my stuff to check it out, thanks)
Did check it out, see above post
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They are wider than the stock hexes by a little bit...thats why we put them ont he truck.
So doing this will calm the steering a bit and make it a bit more stable too, am I right?
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You got a valid point there! Shoo goo is the shits!!! As far as crashing....thats not going to happen anytime soon...
My new fav shoo goo method is using strapping tape, the stuff for taping in batteries, goo both sides and lay it on like fiberglassing a surfboard. Wet your fingers and smear it around. I'm still on my original body with everything cut out but it is missing a lot of the rear fender.

Originally Posted by tony montana View Post
Ryan and Casper, thanks for the new setup. Now think you guys could come up with a new one for 22 buggy to get it to not push as bad?
You don't have steering, tried using the Root setup?
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Originally Posted by hacker07 View Post
Yeah, we were referencing the rear buggy +1.5 which is much different than the SCT +1.5 rears
Thanks for all the help!!!!!!!!!

Merry Christmas to everyone Hope everybody gets a 22 sct for christmas
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The new setup has the shocks are un-turn once in the rear and three turns in the front... Is this just making the shock shaft longer??
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Old 12-24-2012, 01:38 PM
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Originally Posted by F>T>R View Post
The new setup has the shocks are un-turn once in the rear and three turns in the front... Is this just making the shock shaft longer??
It increases the droop of the shocks.
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Old 12-24-2012, 01:46 PM
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Sorry I have not kept up with thread just got a 22b and looking at the 22sct just seeing if the newer kits have the revised ball cups?
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Old 12-24-2012, 01:49 PM
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Thanks you two! Was hoping they would be the same or slightly wider and I would have a use for them.....
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