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Old 02-11-2013, 02:30 PM
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These are just different runs of the diff pins, they are to the same spec.
Cheers, I was afraid one might be hardened and the other might be the softer metal.
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Default SCTE 1.0 v 2.0

For what its worth, we sent a truck to Anthony Mazzara, and he finally got back to me on how it went. He ran his redone 1.0 last week at a trophy race when he said the track was good and his fast lap was a 18.3. He ran his 2.0 out of the box this week on a track that was worse and his fast lap was 17.9. He also said his top ten dropped by .2 seconds per lap. I thought that was good feedback to share.
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Sounds good!!
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Here's 2 pictures from Dustin Evan's Twitter:



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Nice pics! I was looking forward to meeting him this last weekend for the sc showdown at my local track. He was a no show . Was hoping to see his 2.0 in person. Scotty Ernst put on a great sc race. My 1.0 did good with the hacker s/u on it.
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Default Dunford SCTE 2.0 Setup

Here is the setup Casper and I have been running after some tweaking...
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Here's 2 pictures from Dustin Evan's Twitter:



What motor is dustin running? An Orion?
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Anthony mazzara runs at our local track. He is so fast with anything he drives. The 2.0 was awesome. I got a good look and actually held it for inspection. Nice truck. I run his setup on my Losi 1.0. Good work Losi.
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Originally Posted by hacker07 View Post
For what its worth, we sent a truck to Anthony Mazzara, and he finally got back to me on how it went. He ran his redone 1.0 last week at a trophy race when he said the track was good and his fast lap was a 18.3. He ran his 2.0 out of the box this week on a track that was worse and his fast lap was 17.9. He also said his top ten dropped by .2 seconds per lap. I thought that was good feedback to share.
Nice.Sounds great.Mazzara was fast as hell with his 1.0. I could only imagine.
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Please explain how to come up with the 2 hole #55 pistons.
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Please explain how to come up with the 2 hole #55 pistons.
Take #55 pistons from the 22 and glue two holes shut using the method in this blog article...

http://losiracing.blogspot.com/2012/...e-pistons.html
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Please explain how to come up with the 2 hole #55 pistons.
Hey guys i dont claim to know everything but if i can help out answering questions i will.

We dont have those pistons in production yet...so for now you have to take the 22 buggy #55 pistons and glue two of the holes shut...i did them last night and its not to bad...its best to use accelorator so the glue dont drip through and get glued to whatever surface your on. Hope this helps.
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Please explain how to come up with the 2 hole #55 pistons.
You fill two of the holes with CA glue. Use some CA accelerator or it will get messy.


Edit - yeah, I'm slower than these guys on the track, too.
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Originally Posted by Anthony Mazzara View Post
Hey guys i dont claim to know everything but if i can help out answering questions i will.

We dont have those pistons in production yet...so for now you have to take the 22 buggy #55 pistons and glue two of the holes shut...i did them last night and its not to bad...its best to use accelorator so the glue dont drip through and get glued to whatever surface your on. Hope this helps.
That would be TLR5090? Thank You
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
You fill two of the holes with CA glue. Use some CA accelerator or it will get messy.


Edit - yeah, I'm slower than these guys on the track, too.
I would assume that these would be on the way from TLR soon.It is very easy to remove those pins from the mold to fill those holes,... I think... LOL of coarse they will come in a pack of 30 different ones at $16.00 a pack LOL
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