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Old 07-23-2012, 10:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Wildcat1971 View Post
Yeah, Maifield was hauling butt this past weekend in his truck. I still dont know why none of the fast guys drove the sc10 4x4. I think durango took that class.
I believe Phend and Fischer both did they are not slow by any means.
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Old 07-23-2012, 10:15 AM
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huh, I said non of the fast AE guys showed for 4x4. Phend and Fischer are TLR drivers unless something had changed.
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Old 07-23-2012, 11:20 AM
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U never said anything related to se besides mentioning maifield. Either way, this is a TLR thread, we should stick to it.
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Old 07-23-2012, 11:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Team T2C View Post
What is the RTR weight?
still no mention of weight. I guess it is not a low weight vehicle. which is cool. just wish we would have the info
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Old 07-23-2012, 11:28 AM
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With such a narrow chassis it should be possible to fit a XXX-SCB body. Short Course Buggy is almost as popular as Pro 2 at our track. Any thoughts from the TLR guys on that or is that still secret stuff?
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Originally Posted by Team T2C View Post
still no mention of weight. I guess it is not a low weight vehicle. which is cool. just wish we would have the info
Weight: 66 oz. (1870 grams)

This is on page 1. We'll ask again to start there before asking questions that have already been answered.
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Old 07-23-2012, 01:00 PM
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Orange Barcodes are ideal for high temp blue groove? What temp or ambient temp does the track need to be?
Yes, about 90F and up, but sometimes lower if the track is well grooved.

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What steering servo are most of the factory guys running so far? Mostly the shorty Spektrum 6040 or full size servo?
Spektrum S6040 works extremely well, I use it in all my cars.
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Do you think they well be out for the SC nats. on 8/2 8/3
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Originally Posted by GeorgePravata View Post
Do you think they well be out for the SC nats. on 8/2 8/3
The short answer is no they will not be out till after 8/16 and thats if the boat come in and if they get shipped to horizon on time.
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Old 07-23-2012, 01:17 PM
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Originally Posted by TheBackmarker View Post
Weight: 66 oz. (1870 grams)

This is on page 1. We'll ask again to start there before asking questions that have already been answered.
i asked RTR weight but thanks i was trying to get a quick reference verses the xxx-sct my xxx-sct is 70 oz ready to run.
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Originally Posted by Team T2C View Post
i asked RTR weight but thanks i was trying to get a quick reference verses the xxx-sct my xxx-sct is 70 oz ready to run.
You will have to look through the posts, someone posted what their weight was vs an sc10 i believe
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Originally Posted by Team T2C View Post
i asked RTR weight but thanks i was trying to get a quick reference verses the xxx-sct my xxx-sct is 70 oz ready to run.
RTR weight is going to vary from setup to setup. Weigh your gear and add the roller weight.
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Originally Posted by TheBackmarker View Post
With such a narrow chassis it should be possible to fit a XXX-SCB body. Short Course Buggy is almost as popular as Pro 2 at our track. Any thoughts from the TLR guys on that or is that still secret stuff?
I don't think so. The SCB uses a few parts different from the XXX-SCT to properly fit the body that will not work on the 22SCT and thus the body will not be easily accomodated.
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Hey, I'm getting this for my birthday and I am wondering if I would be able to build this kit. I am 14 years old and have never built a car kit before, but I have taken my b4.1 and slash completely apart so I think I can build this, but my dad thinks otherwise and wants me to take it to my lhs so they can build it for me. I was wondering what you guys think?
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Originally Posted by elecRC23 View Post
Hey, I'm getting this for my birthday and I am wondering if I would be able to build this kit. I am 14 years old and have never built a car kit before, but I have taken my b4.1 and slash completely apart so I think I can build this, but my dad thinks otherwise and wants me to take it to my lhs so they can build it for me. I was wondering what you guys think?
The instructions step you through it. Take your time and it will go together fine. If you have worked on your B4 then you should have the skills to build a kit.
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