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Old 03-12-2013, 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Jokermayhem View Post
I guess what I'm asking is...what exactly is involved in the install of the V2 slipper on our Losi 22 sct??? do we use the stock spring and red washer with Team Losi Racing Layshaft & Spacer Set (part # TLR2963) , or do we use an associated spring and washer?
To use the vts slipper, u will not be using the TLR spring and red washer, they will be replace by the ones provided with the AE diff rebuild kit. The part number is on the front page and i'm on my iphone so its a pain to go back and forth to look it up right now but the ae diff rebuid kit as well as the vts slipper kit part numbers are there. Also you'll need an AE spur gear. If u need up close pix, let me know, I'm happy to take them when I get home if you'd like.
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Old 03-12-2013, 05:32 PM
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I just got a 22sct and the sway bar kit...i have no friggin idea how to install the rear sway bar...can someone give me an idea...i see where the front go but the back...no idea.

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Old 03-12-2013, 05:45 PM
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I just got a 22sct and the sway bar kit...i have no friggin idea how to install the rear sway bar...can someone give me an idea...i see where the front go but the back...no idea.

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Old 03-12-2013, 05:58 PM
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It came with instructions guys!

Scott you have the mounts to the ESC try on back wards. They are supposed to support the bar away from the rear tower. This allows the vertical standoffs to remain verticle.
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This is why you have your upper inserts in the uprights backwards.

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Old 03-12-2013, 06:00 PM
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Thanks for the pic...but I can't see it very good...any other help is much appreciated...
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Old 03-12-2013, 06:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Casper View Post
It came with instructions guys!

Scott you have the mounts to the ESC try on back wards. They are supposed to support the bar away from the rear tower. This allows the vertical standoffs to remain verticle.
Like so:

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Thats exactly how I have mine setup now. I originally had it where it would lift the tires but felt it was just to much punch.

On a different note... Randy what gearing do you recommend for a 81 spur with a 8.5 tekin motor and RS receiver for my 22sct?
81/22-23
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Old 03-12-2013, 07:28 PM
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I have the stock seventy something spur...what is a good gearing for this truck on a indoor clay track...decent size tracks with 2 doubles and a crossover.

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Originally Posted by Randy_Pike View Post
81/22-23
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Originally Posted by YonkersRC View Post
I have the stock seventy something spur...what is a good gearing for this truck on a indoor clay track...decent size tracks with 2 doubles and a crossover.

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what motor?
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Originally Posted by Randy_Pike View Post
I've been using the Triad clutches in all of my TLR rides. I prefer it over the stock(not that it's bad, because it isn't) as I've found it to be more consistent once it gets warmed up. 2wd SC weigh more than the average 2wd ST or buggy. I set mine up so the front end unweights but doesn't lift the tires off the bench. I was also recently sent the new "red" Triad pads and am due to test them on the track later this week. They offer more "bite" and should be great for 2wd SC.
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ScottKelly thankyou very much...and a pic would be greatly appreciated
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Originally Posted by Casper View Post
It came with instructions guys!

Scott you have the mounts to the ESC try on back wards. They are supposed to support the bar away from the rear tower. This allows the vertical standoffs to remain verticle.
Update:
This is why you have your upper inserts in the uprights backwards.

See Grandturk's dirty truck photos below!
Thanks Casper, hmmm...didn't even realize it! oops lol At least it's a good "What NOT to do" pic hahah
Originally Posted by Jokermayhem View Post
ScottKelly thankyou very much...and a pic would be greatly appreciated
I'll get one up for you tomorrow. it's too late to do right now lol But tomorrow I'll make sure to take a pic of it for you.

Anyone see this new MIP "Super Diff" for the 22 series cars? Nice to have another aftermarket option. If anyone tries it out, please post with their thoughts.
http://www.liverc.com/news/new_produ..._Diff_Kits%22/

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I would assune there would still be bearings in the diff gear. but mip has left them out out the instructions. this could lead to some real problems with novices. they might want to add those into the schematic.
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