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Old 01-29-2013, 11:07 PM
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Thats right folks, its finally here...the truck you've been waiting for. I will update this page as time goes on, but this will be a good start!


http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...rodId=TLR03000


Chassis Call-Out

1. 3mm HARD-ANODIZED, 7075 Machined-Aluminum Chassis Plate
2. Heavy-duty 4mm tie rods with captured ends
3. HARD-Anodized aluminum threaded shocks
4. Updated front and rear carbon fiber shock towers
5. Updated motor and center diff placement
6. Performance battery mounting system
7. Updated diff cases
8. Two complete wheel sets
9. 12mm aluminum wheel hexes
10. Hi-performance body
11. Ti-Nitride shock shafts and hinge pins
12. Hard-Anodized Aluminm, Adjustable pivots
13. Aluminum bleeder shock caps
14. ALUMINUM CHASSIS BRACES

Features
Lightweight, Anodized, Hard Aluminum ChassisThe chassis plate is machined from 3mm thick aluminum alloy and 7075 hard-anodizedfor durability. The parts layout on the chassis has been updated to shift the weight bias lower and farther back for more consistent handling and faster lap times.

Heavy-Duty 4mm Tie Rods with Captured EndsThe tie rods have been machined to handle the punishing impacts associated with short course racing. The captured rod ends prevent accidental disconnection.

Anodized, Aluminum-Threaded ShocksThe big-bore, 12mm aluminum shock bodies are hard-anodized to resist wear. They're equipped with threaded shock collars that make precise pre-load and ride height adjustments easy.

Updated Front and Rear Shock TowersBoth shock towers offer extensive camber adjustments. Extra shock mounting positions on the front and rear towers make it easier to adapt the suspension to different tracks or track conditions.

Updated Motor and Center Diff PlacementThe motor mount and center differential are moved back 36mm to give the rear of the truck more traction while increasing corner speed.

Performance Battery Mounting SystemEngineers have eliminated the weight of the battery tray and replaced it with thin foam pads mounted directly to the chassis. They've also made the battery hold-down posts adjustable so you can shift the position of the battery forward or aft as needed.

Updated Diff CasesDrive inserts are now molded into the diff cases, and a reengineered seal system protects internal components. The result is a drivetrain that lasts longer and delivers more consistent performance.

Two Complete Wheel SetsTwo wheel sets are included so you can always have a spare set of tires mounted and ready to go. This is particularly handy if you want to try different compounds out as you adjust to track conditions.

Hi-Performance BodyThis proven body design delivers all the downforce you need for cornering fast and staying in control when flying down the straights. Air under the body is channeled through strategically placed outlets during jumps so the truck is more stable while airborne.

Guys, as all of you know, I am all about value. While you may think the price of this truck is a little high, let me assure you, it isnt. Here is a list of all thats included in this truck...I will place this on the first post as well...

One piece shock standoffs
Alum shock collars
Racing springs
Fr/Rr/Cnt HD lightened outdrives
Fr/Rr Aluminum adjustable pivot supports
HA Alum pivot ball set
Fr/Rr HA Alum shock bodies
Alum Clamping hexes
Serrated wheel nuts
Bleeder Shock Caps
Fr/Rr TiNi Shock Shafts
TiNi Hinge pin set

Newly updated parts(that used to be upgrades):
Fr/Rr Torque rods (these are a different length)
Fr/Rr Cabon Towers
HA Alum steering balls
HA 7075 Alum milled lightened chassis
Updated Diff cases
7075 Motor Adapter

Here is a good video to explain it all...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGvbkc3srho&safe=active

I also attached the latest setup...

Here is a setup guide for this specific truck...
http://www.tlracing.com/ProdInfo/Fil...uning_Tips.pdf

Here are build tips as well...
http://losiracing.blogspot.com/2013/...uild-tips.html
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Thats right folks, its finally here...the truck you've been waiting for. I will update this page as time goes on, but this will be a good start!


http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...rodId=TLR03000


Chassis Call-Out

1. 3mm HARD-ANODIZED, 7075 Machined-Aluminum Chassis Plate
2. Heavy-duty 4mm tie rods with captured ends
3. HARD-Anodized aluminum threaded shocks
4. Updated front and rear carbon fiber shock towers
5. Updated motor and center diff placement
6. Performance battery mounting system
7. Updated diff cases
8. Two complete wheel sets
9. 12mm aluminum wheel hexes
10. Hi-performance body
11. Ti-Nitride shock shafts and hinge pins
12. Hard-Anodized Aluminm, Adjustable pivots
13. Aluminum bleeder shock caps
14. ALUMINUM CHASSIS BRACES

Features


Lightweight, Anodized, Hard Aluminum Chassis

The chassis plate is machined from 3mm thick aluminum alloy and 7075 hard-anodizedfor durability. The parts layout on the chassis has been updated to shift the weight bias lower and farther back for more consistent handling and faster lap times.


Heavy-Duty 4mm Tie Rods with Captured Ends

The tie rods have been machined to handle the punishing impacts associated with short course racing. The captured rod ends prevent accidental disconnection.


Anodized, Aluminum-Threaded Shocks

The big-bore, 12mm aluminum shock bodies are hard-anodized to resist wear. They're equipped with threaded shock collars that make precise pre-load and ride height adjustments easy.


Updated Front and Rear Shock Towers

Both shock towers offer extensive camber adjustments. Extra shock mounting positions on the front and rear towers make it easier to adapt the suspension to different tracks or track conditions.


Updated Motor and Center Diff Placement

The motor mount and center differential are moved back 36mm to give the rear of the truck more traction while increasing corner speed.


Performance Battery Mounting System

Engineers have eliminated the weight of the battery tray and replaced it with thin foam pads mounted directly to the chassis. They've also made the battery hold-down posts adjustable so you can shift the position of the battery forward or aft as needed.


Updated Diff Cases

Drive inserts are now molded into the diff cases, and a reengineered seal system protects internal components. The result is a drivetrain that lasts longer and delivers more consistent performance.

Two Complete Wheel Sets

Two wheel sets are included so you can always have a spare set of tires mounted and ready to go. This is particularly handy if you want to try different compounds out as you adjust to track conditions.


Hi-Performance Body

This proven body design delivers all the downforce you need for cornering fast and staying in control when flying down the straights. Air under the body is channeled through strategically placed outlets during jumps so the truck is more stable while airborne.
How fast does it go
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Here is a main chassis shot.
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Ryan, how soon can we expect them in the stores?

Also, how will the weight compare to the 1.0? found it- 6.3lbs.

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Whoah nice truck
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looks good, pity 4wd act has died at our track.

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Looks very nice! Might get me one of these this year..
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Whoa! Christmas in January!
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Nice work Ryan!!Bet its hard to keep a secret !!!!!
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I like it I am glad I held off putting the TLR stuff thru my 1.0…Now the dilemma starts
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Nice Truck.

I hope they release a SCTE V2 Tuning / Upgrade kit for those of us that have the orginal SCTE (I guess it's the SCTE 1.0 or SCTE V1 now )

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Delivery shows Mid March...oooohhh...Plenty of time to sell a few things...
Looks good I think it will be a Killer!!!!And its a KIT!!!!!Ryan does really listen LOL
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Are the drive cups and cvd's made out of anything tougher than the last version? The drivetrain wear is what made me ditch version 1.
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Are the drive cups and cvd's made out of anything tougher than the last version? The drivetrain wear is what made me ditch version 1.
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