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Old 03-18-2013, 06:13 PM
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hey Casper, I bought a package of the small captured rod ends you & Ryan used on the steering drag link.
how long is your link end to end?
would they be the same length as the standard ball cups?
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Old 03-18-2013, 06:24 PM
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is anyone running the shorty packs with there mid motor and how good are they... i have a mid motor set up and found out that my long packs wont fit with the battery strap and i dont want to modify the chassis....
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:30 PM
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Originally Posted by AndrewTom View Post
hey Casper, I bought a package of the small captured rod ends you & Ryan used on the steering drag link.
how long is your link end to end?
would they be the same length as the standard ball cups?
Same length.
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:38 PM
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Originally Posted by losiracer120 View Post
is anyone running the shorty packs with there mid motor and how good are they... i have a mid motor set up and found out that my long packs wont fit with the battery strap and i dont want to modify the chassis....
Buy the aluminum battery brace. And bolt it in on the 2nd set of holes. Then your regular 2s battery will fit with mid-motor. I can send you a picture if needed. That is how I run mine.
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Originally Posted by Casper View Post
Same length.
got ya, thanks man.
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hey Casper .
I know this question hasbeen ask .and answered .but can you please explain kick up.what it does, more less steering excetera.
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Originally Posted by abi787 View Post
hey Casper .
I know this question hasbeen ask .and answered .but can you please explain kick up.what it does, more less steering excetera.
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http://losiracing.blogspot.com/2011/...lr-22-22t.html
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:19 PM
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Originally Posted by SRC_DRIVER View Post
Looking for a good outdoor setup. Ran the stock setup yesterday and the truck just didnt feel "in" the track. On power was loose with a 17.5. I had to be easy on power. Also I couldnt seem to keep the front end down on the jumps. I typically backside all the jumps but I kept floating the nose yesterday even after adding 1.25oz. if lead in front of the body posts..

Very flustrated with the truck after yesterdays performance. Normally a contender for the win but I barley made the a-main and was about a lap and half off. 40 sec lap times.. SO I was way off.

Also track was loosely packed clay. My 22 buggy had great traction but the 22 SCT was JUNK!

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http://www.rctech.net/forum/attachme...tor-set-up.jpg

When I raced my truck for the first time I ran box setup and was lapped horribly. I also am used to be near the front of the pack. I found this setup and followed it to a t.
Tweaks I did not in setup sheet.
4.5 toe block
2oz. In front of rear tower
3 turns out on front shock bottom mount
1.5 turns out on rear shock bottom mount
Front shock piston 55 30# oil
Read shock piston 54 27.5# oil
Front green spring
Rear truck white spring
Next race I was a second off the leader at the finish.
Extremely lose and bumpy track conditions.
Hope this helps!
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Thanks. It answer all my ?????????
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:19 AM
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TQ'ed and won our "Battle on the Green" race last weekend running mid motor. This truck is wicked on AstroTurf!!!
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:34 AM
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
TQ'ed and won our "Battle on the Green" race last weekend running mid motor. This truck is wicked on AstroTurf!!!
Congrats Jon!
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Nice. Post your setup for others that are racing on astro or carpet!
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Sure, Here it is
Front toe was .5 not 3...
Jaune's Turf Setup
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This is addressed to anyone with real experience with the TLR Racing Chassis Dirt Cover, TLR item #4142. I am considering getting one, but don't want to waste money if it won't fit. I have a 22SCT with a Hot Racing Carbon Fiber Battery Hold Down system installed. Is anyone using the dirt cover over the HR carbon fiber battery hold down, or any other similar carbon fiber battery hold down with posts and thumb screws? If so, does the dirt cover fit without modification?

Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
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hey sapperc does that battery hold down work really good and i checked out hot racing website and saw they just have for the 22 buggy it will still work for the 22 sct correct might be a dumb question but it doesnt hurt to ask let me know
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