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Old 08-07-2012, 09:48 AM
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I'm working on an outrigger system but having trouble keeping it in the roar width limits.
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Old 08-07-2012, 09:51 AM
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is it captured? LOL
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Old 08-07-2012, 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Team T2C View Post
i rather not hit the wall or pipe, anyone got a fix for that?
Practice!
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Old 08-07-2012, 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by godofcable View Post
you are one of the exceptions, and there are several tracks in the northeast that don't allow marshals to fix cars.
Or at any big event. Marshalls are there to marshall. Not fix cars. Club racing is usually a different story. A little more laid back most places. But dont have your hands boumd up in another guy's ballcups when I crash in front of you or we will have a problem.
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Old 08-07-2012, 10:18 AM
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Yes it is! Patent pending ( he said bound up in his ball cup) are we off topic?
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Originally Posted by Team T2C View Post
i rather not hit the wall or pipe, anyone got a fix for that?
yep. leave you car in the pit.
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Old 08-07-2012, 12:26 PM
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Wow didn't mean to cause this much trouble over end links! Hey - use what works!

Losi guys - was reading through the instruction Manual again for the 22SCT and noticed:

- the step for "mid motor suspension complete" shows the diagram of the rear motor chassis.

- the step for mounting the shocks on the mid motor chassis is missing.

Just FYI
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
Wow didn't mean to cause this much trouble over end links! Hey - use what works.
Typical forum gang mentality. I'm joking, kind of. Please let us know what you figure out on the captured ends.
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Is the boat here yet?Now.......how bout now?
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
Wow didn't mean to cause this much trouble over end links! Hey - use what works!

Losi guys - was reading through the instruction Manual again for the 22SCT and noticed:

- the step for "mid motor suspension complete" shows the diagram of the rear motor chassis.

- the step for mounting the shocks on the mid motor chassis is missing.

Just FYI
I saw that also and thought I was crazy... Yeah, I believe the step you mentioned, that shows the rear suspension completed for the rear-motor and mid-motor configurations, are steps B-8 and B-8M.

That, and I think steps, C-8 through C-16 are too scrambled, going between rear motor and mid motor versions.... C-8 and C-8M should've been on the same page, as well as the remainder of the variation steps. For instance, C-10 and C-10M, should be on the same page, instead of going [9M,10], [11,12], [13,10M], [11M,12M], [14,13M], [14.5,13.5M], [14M,15M], [15,16M]......

Lol, like there's a 13.5M, 14.5, and 14.5M, but no 13.5 (rear motor) step?


I know this was all pushed through super fast and all guys, and believe me, I'm ALL for wicked quick product releases!! If y'all already had a large run of manuals printed out, just make the above fixes(s) as a running change. Please don't hold them back. Lol, pretty please

Oh and y'all forgot to add the TLR 22 alum steering rack to the options section, on the TLR0024 Exploded View packet.
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Old 08-07-2012, 07:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Casper View Post
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yep. leave you car in the pit.

Cali Boys are tough! lol. I get plenty of practice..... built a track for that. just cant keep all those other racers off of it when i do get out of the shop to practice.....

JK guys!
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Will this truck have C-clips on rear like 22Buggy? If so will 22 rear nitride shafts work?
Also will the front Ti nitride hinge pins work?
Just curious so I can order the parts now
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Old 08-07-2012, 09:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Mxer59 View Post
Will this truck have C-clips on rear like 22Buggy? If so will 22 rear nitride shafts work?
Also will the front Ti nitride hinge pins work?
Just curious so I can order the parts now
The 22SCT will come with the c-clip rear hinge pins and the optional threaded hinge pins will fit. The optional front threaded king pins will also fit.
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Originally Posted by Mike Mellin View Post
The 22SCT will come with the c-clip rear hinge pins and the optional threaded hinge pins will fit. The optional front threaded king pins will also fit.
Thank you just wanted to make sure lengths where not off.
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Old 08-07-2012, 10:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
Wow didn't mean to cause this much trouble over end links! Hey - use what works!
We are aware of the rod end issue that has occured on a few pre-production trucks and this issue was caused by out-of-spec rod ends. The production rod ends have since been fixed and will be included in all 22SCT kits.


Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
Losi guys - was reading through the instruction Manual again for the 22SCT and noticed:

- the step for "mid motor suspension complete" shows the diagram of the rear motor chassis.

- the step for mounting the shocks on the mid motor chassis is missing.

Just FYI
Thanks for the info. There have been a few mistakes in the manual that have been corrected that the online manual does not show. We will update the online manual soon.
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