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Old 08-03-2012, 06:54 PM
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Here is there company website if you wanted to find out more about TeamSR. They sell more then just 22 parts as well.
Where?
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Did you mean here? http://www.teamsr.co/
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Old 08-03-2012, 06:56 PM
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Originally Posted by TheBackmarker View Post
Where?
Sorry just edited it.

http://www.teamsr.co/
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Old 08-03-2012, 08:30 PM
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Will the threaded hinge pins and threaded king pins from the 22 work for the 22sct as well?
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That is dunfords truck!
I actually didn't get a chance to see it run. yet. I spent most of my practice day fixing my XXX SCT. Ended up dropping out of mod for 17.5. I'll have a better day running 17.5 on the small track. Some very fast guys up here in CT
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Originally Posted by RShockley View Post
It is a local company run by two of the local racers Mike Dumas and Jordan Born. They make some great products that I have put on my 22 and 22T. Pre-glued 4mm carbon shock towers. The only place online that has them right now is absolutehobbyz.com
http://www.absolutehobbyz.com/produc...ducts_id=10245

There products are well worth the money.
Originally Posted by RShockley View Post
Here is there company website if you wanted to find out more about TeamSR. They sell more then just 22 parts as well.

http://www.teamsr.co/
Thanks for that, since the rear shock towers are the same for both the 22T and the 22SCT, I'll add them to the Aftermarket section. Not that I've ever heard of any problems with the stock 22T towers, but it's always nice to have options out there. Good lookin out

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on what street? there are three stations in Culver City.
I'm right down the street from the one on Washington blvd right next to the DMV.
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ScottKelly911 has done an AMAZING job of posting answers to all of the questions that have already been answered on the first page, first post of this thread.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/10892945-post1.html
Thanks for the compliments, I'd also like to give credit to all of you who are contributing. It's OUR thread and many people have PM'd me asking me to add information or correct mis-information, so I couldn't keep that updated without all of your help ats all of us on back:
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
I actually didn't get a chance to see it run. yet. I spent most of my practice day fixing my XXX SCT. Ended up dropping out of mod for 17.5. I'll have a better day running 17.5 on the small track. Some very fast guys up here in CT
thats how you get better, race against guys better than you are
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Old 08-03-2012, 09:09 PM
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Originally Posted by godofcable View Post
thats how you get better, race against guys better than you are
Agreed. And I will get housed in 17.5 too but I broke 4 out of 6 runs on the big track. I'll trade frustration for finishing any day.
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Alright, I've bought two of the TLR 2062 aluminum front camber blocks for the 22SCT. I installed one on my 22T to take advantage of the 2mm elevated mounting boss and the sway bar mounts are a bonus. I looked through the parts list and didn't see a rear motor aluminum rear camber block. My question is, is the aluminum rear camber block the normal TLR2060 or is the SCT rear block different also?
I also didn't find a listing for the front and rear sway bars. Does anyone have a part number for them yet? Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by losi b View Post
Alright, I've bought two of the TLR 2062 aluminum front camber blocks for the 22SCT. I installed one on my 22T to take advantage of the 2mm elevated mounting boss and the sway bar mounts are a bonus. I looked through the parts list and didn't see a rear motor aluminum rear camber block. My question is, is the aluminum rear camber block the normal TLR2060 or is the SCT rear block different also?
I also didn't find a listing for the front and rear sway bars. Does anyone have a part number for them yet? Thanks in advance.
Yes the rear block is the same. Already have mine fore when the truck shows up.
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I have all the aluminum bits that are available as well as the hexes back ordered, except for servo mounts and battery bracket. Hmmmmmmm do I need them? Probably not but? Why stop now. Oh yeah the wife!
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What motor are most of you planning on using? I have a mamba 3800kv that I dont use on the scte, will it work? Too much?
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What motor are most of you planning on using? I have a mamba 3800kv that I dont use on the scte, will it work? Too much?
I've been wondering the same thing. Inquiring minds want to know!
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What motor are most of you planning on using? I have a mamba 3800kv that I dont use on the scte, will it work? Too much?
I'm going with a Tekin 17.5 and running the stock/pro-stock class to see how it handles.
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Depends on the track but I have Tekin 9.5,8.5,7.5 probably run the 8.5 most of the time
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