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Old 10-24-2014, 11:25 AM
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Converted my 22sct back to mid motor and going to try caspers setup. Just wondering if this setup is best with shorty, saddles, or stick pack. Also, should I make any changes to the setup for running slicks on a clay surface? Going to run it stock and start out with a 78 spur and work up from there.
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Old 10-27-2014, 04:46 PM
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Is this still a live thread or has everyone gone to the 22sct 2.0 thread?
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Old 10-27-2014, 06:54 PM
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Well I will not be gettting the 2.0
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Old 10-28-2014, 07:35 AM
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I just bought a used 22sct and wanted to get some setup info.I would think this would be the place and not the 2.0 thread. I race on outdoor clay traction is loose to medium. Just depends on how much it is watered. In that case is rear motor better or stick with mid motor?
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Old 11-04-2014, 05:45 AM
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I have a gear diff in mine and i see oil all over the gear box, so I'm going to assume the seals are bad. Does anyone know the part number for the seals? I'm going to put a ball diff in for dirt, but might put the gear diff in when summer late model racing starts back.
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Old 11-04-2014, 09:52 AM
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The stock gear diff o-rings generally leak pretty bad. I replaced mine with Kyosho P5 o-rings in both my bugger and SCT and they've been dry for months now.
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Old 11-07-2014, 09:01 PM
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Would any one know what parts are needed to upgrade my Sct 22 rtc to the sct 22 2.0 specs

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Old 11-07-2014, 11:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Gcarrubba View Post
Hello

Would any one know what parts are needed to upgrade my Sct 22 rtc to the sct 22 2.0 specs

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Geometry Changes:
TLR1051 - 25* Kick
TLR231027 - Bell Cranks
TLR231030 - 2.0 Body Mounts (needed to 2.0 tower)
TLR232029 - 2.0 CVA's, longer
TLR233008 - 1.5mm shock pistons (front)
TLR233009 - 1.6mm shock pistons (rear)
TLR233015 - New/Longer rear shock shaft
TLR233016 - New/Longer rear shock body
TLR234000 - Low Mount ball studs (for steering link)
TLR234030 - 2.0 Front Arms (longer)
TLR234031 - 2.0 Rear Arms (longer)
TLR234032 - 2.0 Front Tower (taller for more shock travel, and leaned in shock holes.
TLR234033 - 2.0 Hubs (different off-set)
TLR234038 - 80mm rear turnbuckle (for longer rear arm)
TLR5084 - Longer front shock body
TLR233002 - Longer front shock shaft
TLR5169 - Red Rear Springs

Other upgrades to 2.0 spec, that don't change geometry
TLR336000 - Serrated wheel nuts, b/c they won't back off
TLR332009 - Aluminum Idler (helps durability)
TLR234035 - Threaded outer rear hinge pins (no more e-clips)
TLR234034 - Threaded king pins (help durability)
TLR6019 - Aluminum Ball Stud Washers
TLR234011 - Plastic Pivot balls, keep from wearing out the aluminum blocks
TLR234008 - Anti-squat block with MM suspensions mount screw hole
TLR234009 - LRC Anti-squat shims with MM suspension mount screw hole
TLR233006 - Machined shock bushings for X-rings
TLR233005 - X-rings for smoother and 10x longer lasting shocks
TLR232027 - Grooved Slipper Plates = better slipper performance
TLR232012 - Heavy Duty Slipper Spur (84T)
TLR232007 - Heavy Duty Slipper Pads
TLR231032 - 2.0 chassis with extra battery mounting holes for 2.0 hard mounting systems, and extra pocketing, 15g lighter
TLR231031 - Rear battery mount, to put ESC on the chassis
TLR231014 - Hard mounting battery strap setup - no velcro
TLR230005 - Revised Aero Body
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Making a deal on a NIB TLR 22SCT RTR w/Dynamite sensored system....besides the servo and tires (trans spacers are in my cart at Exotek), what are the must-haves for this truck? Just local club racing, not looking to bring up to 2.0 standards, just be reliable and consistent.
* Ok, after perusing the thread some more, it looks like seals for the shocks and diff are in order...I hate leaks. Anything else?

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Old 11-10-2014, 05:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Yosh70 View Post
Making a deal on a NIB TLR 22SCT RTR w/Dynamite sensored system....besides the servo and tires (trans spacers are in my cart at Exotek), what are the must-haves for this truck? Just local club racing, not looking to bring up to 2.0 standards, just be reliable and consistent.
* Ok, after perusing the thread some more, it looks like seals for the shocks and diff are in order...I hate leaks. Anything else?

TLR233005 Xrings
TLR233006 Machined bushings
TLR234006 Front Caster Blocks
TLR234007 Front Spindles

I really suggest getting the caster blocks and spindles instead of raising the tranny, those front parts really help get the truck to turn. You already know about the shock parts. If you really want the truck to turn get the bellcrank steering(if you get the bell crank steering parts you won't need the TLR234007)
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Old 11-10-2014, 02:43 PM
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so can anyone tell me what the offset is of the rims for this truck? I want to buy some HPI rims but they are +4.5mm. I dont care about being ROAR legal, I just want my truck to look as good as it drives and no one makes a cool, black chrome or real chrome rim except HPI.
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Old 11-10-2014, 04:07 PM
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Originally Posted by ridered4life250 View Post
so can anyone tell me what the offset is of the rims for this truck? I want to buy some HPI rims but they are +4.5mm. I dont care about being ROAR legal, I just want my truck to look as good as it drives and no one makes a cool, black chrome or real chrome rim except HPI.
The 22 sct uses zero offset wheels.....same as the ten scte/2.0 and th 22 sct2.0
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Old 11-10-2014, 05:38 PM
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Originally Posted by ridered4life250 View Post
so can anyone tell me what the offset is of the rims for this truck? I want to buy some HPI rims but they are +4.5mm. I dont care about being ROAR legal, I just want my truck to look as good as it drives and no one makes a cool, black chrome or real chrome rim except HPI.
+4.5 you may be serious wheel rub on the body as well as the extra width will affect how the truck drives.
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Old 11-10-2014, 11:27 PM
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Originally Posted by WIGMAN View Post
TLR233005 Xrings
TLR233006 Machined bushings
TLR234006 Front Caster Blocks
TLR234007 Front Spindles

I really suggest getting the caster blocks and spindles instead of raising the tranny, those front parts really help get the truck to turn. You already know about the shock parts. If you really want the truck to turn get the bellcrank steering(if you get the bell crank steering parts you won't need the TLR234007)
K thanks, sounds good. I'm a little confused about this part in the description of the TLR bellcrank system tho....
This bell crank system can work with the 22T as well, but it does not use the updated sprindles and requires TLR6065 Turnbuckle, HD, 70mm (2): 22SCT as well.
So I need to purchase the 70mm turnbuckles as well?
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Old 11-11-2014, 01:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Yosh70 View Post
K thanks, sounds good. I'm a little confused about this part in the description of the TLR bellcrank system tho....


So I need to purchase the 70mm turnbuckles as well?
The description of the parts ends with "..SCT", and wasn't part of the text directly.
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