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Old 12-25-2012, 02:24 PM
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Now on the 1.5 buggy hexs for the front, I had read that the .75 sct ones were the same width..is this correct? Then if it is what axels are you guys using?because running the wider hexs I don't have enough threads left on to get the wheel nut all the way on..
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Originally Posted by Oasis View Post
Now on the 1.5 buggy hexs for the front, I had read that the .75 sct ones were the same width..is this correct? Then if it is what axels are you guys using?because running the wider hexs I don't have enough threads left on to get the wheel nut all the way on..
The +.75 rear SCT hexes Pretty wide. The buggy hexes are not that wide.
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I awoke today to a 22SCT under my Dads christmas tree, I have to wait until I get back from dirt biking to build it!theres a hobby shop in Mojave, CA (TNR Hobbies) I never get to, so that'll be nice to say hi, maybe they'll have some TLR gear

and I'll order some parts for my build, i'm think sway bars, TiNi front king pin, Support kit, and I think a chassis guard too. I'll give the LHS a call tomorrow and get them on order, hopefully they'll be in in time to build this thing!
Now i need to find a new home for the XXX-SCT.... maybe I'll convert it to SCB. I need a scale build, next to my wraith.
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
The +.75 rear SCT hexes Pretty wide. The buggy hexes are not that wide.
Cool.. thanks..I was coming to that conclusion.. I don't have a 22 buggy..I have the SCT and the stadium truck..so maybe I'll breakdown and buy one..
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First page has been updated guys. I listed the TLR2932 +1 22 Buggy hexes as well as the Dunford/Casper Collaborative setup sheet.

Special Thank you to Ryan and Casper for doing all that work to get us a better setup, can't wait to try it out! Merry Christmas to everyone!
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Got the new 22sct for christmas!!!
now the bad news, im having a hard time figuring out my motor choice. I am running on very dry and dusty outdoor tracks here in west texas. I would say the tracks are medium sized, maybe a bit on the large size... This set up:

http://www.tlracing.com/ProdInfo/Fil...bby%20Shop.pdf

Is what I am going to use as a guide, Do you know of a better dry and dusty track set up?

I am currently running a very light weight scte with a 4600kv tekin. On the tracks I go to, i overheat more than i would like. Will I be happy with a 6.5 turn motor or should i go for a 7.5 or so..?
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I haggled myself a 22SCT for christmas too. Used roller but looks pretty clean. Really excited to hit the track with this.
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Sorry I may have missed the post (iPhone is not surfing the best)
What is the reason for running the buggy hex on the front?
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Originally Posted by Hackleman View Post
Got the new 22sct for christmas!!!
now the bad news, im having a hard time figuring out my motor choice. I am running on very dry and dusty outdoor tracks here in west texas. I would say the tracks are medium sized, maybe a bit on the large size... This set up:

http://www.tlracing.com/ProdInfo/Fil...bby%20Shop.pdf

Is what I am going to use as a guide, Do you know of a better dry and dusty track set up?

I am currently running a very light weight scte with a 4600kv tekin. On the tracks I go to, i overheat more than i would like. Will I be happy with a 6.5 turn motor or should i go for a 7.5 or so..?
That should be about right for the conditions you described. Tires are the key to make the truck easy to drive. Talk to the other 2wd SCT open drivers to find out what works best.
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Casper/Ryan, Would this set up work for track conditions like Pegasus?

The past few Saturdays the track has been super fast with the weather. Being colder it holds water really well and most have been using clay tires on it at night. But just wondering about when it gets loose.
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Casper/Ryan, Would this set up work for track conditions like Pegasus?

The past few Saturdays the track has been super fast with the weather. Being colder it holds water really well and most have been using clay tires on it at night. But just wondering about when it gets loose.
I think the setup would work well there. I have had good luck running setups from OCRC at pegasus. I would start with it as is, and then if you need more traction, try the blue springs up front and then if you need more, go to the inside hole on the arm for the shock in the rear.
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I think the setup would work well there. I have had good luck running setups from OCRC at pegasus. I would start with it as is, and then if you need more traction, try the blue springs up front and then if you need more, go to the inside hole on the arm for the shock in the rear.
I'll give it a shot and let ya know. Thanks for the awesome support you guys give!
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santa was also kind to me and brought me a new truck. Once i got it together, it has the world's widest turning radius. I turned the epa's and everything up on the radio thinking maybe that was the problem, but to no avail. any suggestions?? I've looked for places where I thought it might be binding, but it seems to be free moving
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Originally Posted by Rafterman45 View Post
santa was also kind to me and brought me a new truck. Once i got it together, it has the world's widest turning radius. I turned the epa's and everything up on the radio thinking maybe that was the problem, but to no avail. any suggestions?? I've looked for places where I thought it might be binding, but it seems to be free moving
Put the Traxxas captured ball cups from the 1st page on. Mine turns on a dime now!!! I race a very very tight carpet track with 5 ft lanes.
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Originally Posted by spider882009 View Post
Put the Traxxas captured ball cups from the 1st page on. Mine turns on a dime now!!! I race a very very tight carpet track with 5 ft lanes.
where at on the first page is this located? i looked but did not see it.
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