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Old 05-19-2013, 12:06 PM   #3841
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Sounds like you motor wires might be backwards.

If you set it to sensorless, and remove the sensor wire does it run correctly? If so you have the motor wires hooked up wrong. Make sure your leads are A-A B-B and C-C, then reverse the motor direction in the esc programming if needed.
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Old 05-19-2013, 05:37 PM   #3842
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Somewhere in this thread I saw someone posting that they were using the two hole pistons from the 22 truck instead of the four hole that came with this truck. Could you tell me what the advantage is going this route?. Then I guess I have to ask the usual questions, what springs?, What oil?, And what kind of track would you use this setup on?.
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Somewhere in this thread I saw someone posting that they were using the two hole pistons from the 22 truck instead of the four hole that came with this truck. Could you tell me what the advantage is going this route?. Then I guess I have to ask the usual questions, what springs?, What oil?, And what kind of track would you use this setup on?.
the 2 hole pistons allow for more pack and the set-up is on the first post of this thread for the set-up info...

I wish Ryan would update the name of the thread that says READ FIRST POST for up-to-date info....like the 22sct has so people check that first post and would find the info 90% of the time that they wanted
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At what point do you go from 3and 4 pistons to the 2 hole 22 piston setup? What type of track conditions?
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This truck has by far been the best handling most durable 4xSC I've owned to date and I've tried them all. It's so easy to drive fast! I can lay down the fastest most consistent laps I've ever run, indoor and out.
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Old 05-19-2013, 10:16 PM   #3846
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Ryan- TLR's SC body is the slickest looking body out but It would be sweet if someone could get them to make the non-precut 4x4 one just a "skosh" thicker
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Old 05-19-2013, 10:33 PM   #3847
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That body is definitely super thin! I run one on my tekno sct and it looks great but is super thin.
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Ryan- TLR's SC body is the slickest looking body out but It would be sweet if someone could get them to make the non-precut 4x4 one just a "skosh" thicker
We are thickening it up. It was originally supposed to be thicker but the way this one was made, it thins out the plastic too much so we had to go to thicker plastic. It is a running change but we have listened and should be starting to see those shortly.
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Question and I will probably post in the Tekin Pro 4 HD forum also, but...

I just install my pro 4 hd and when i hook it up sensored and set the MMP to Sensored moder and all that i lose reverse and there isnt enough power to move the wheels.

Unplug the sensor wire and the motor runs fine....???
I had one do the same thing. I think mine was a bad sensor board in the motor. Sent mine back to tekin should know something shortly.
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We are thickening it up. It was originally supposed to be thicker but the way this one was made, it thins out the plastic too much so we had to go to thicker plastic. It is a running change but we have listened and should be starting to see those shortly.
Good news! While you're at it you should mold some big "TLR" letters into it so all those guys running this body on their Tecknos, SC10's and Durangos roll around with some TLR lettering.
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So there will be a running change to the bodies to make them thicker? What about dimples for body mounts?
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At what point do you go from 3and 4 pistons to the 2 hole 22 piston setup? What type of track conditions?
Also has anyone tried mip bypass1 pistons in the 2.0?
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I'm stoked on the thicker body! As far as guys running them on other trucks, what eva. TLR will just sell more bodies.
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Also has anyone tried mip bypass1 pistons in the 2.0?
I tried them when they first came out. Didn't really like them. The 2 hole 22 pistons are the best I've tried.
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Hay guys
I like playing around with different setups a lot, maybe to much. I was looking at Dakotah's setup from the cactus. I know it was for high bite tracks but do you think it would be good for a moist, clay track? It's usually medium to high bite clay, dirt mix.
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