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Old 08-08-2013, 02:50 PM
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1.0... easily slowly converted.... RELAX
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yeah, the bell crank is faster. at least when I compare my b4 and 22. you can visually see that its much faster with the same servo and radio.
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Originally Posted by racer1812
That brings up the question, rack vs. bell crank. Is one better than the other? Steering geometry is different between the two isn't it...?

rack simply slides, bell crank is on a pendulum..
I have the Exotek on all three of my 22 cars the buggy, Truck and SCT and the steering I have throughout is insane compared to the slider. I had to tame the steering and it imrpoved all of my cars lap time wise. Now if we could get TLR to make a anti-wall/pipe deflector that would sell like hot cakes.
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Originally Posted by Carranza76
Now if we could get TLR to make a anti-wall/pipe deflector that would sell like hot cakes.
I believe they are called Short Course bumpers.
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Originally Posted by Carranza76
Or he just doesn't like battery braces and like the straps instead.

I would think Pro's build kits more than you or I think but what would that matter?

Not question I've ever look for an in depth answer on. Frank has had a busy day with this I'm sure. I would think he can/will enlighten all of us when he gets a chance.
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Originally Posted by racer1812
Not question I've ever look for an in depth answer on. Frank has had a busy day with this I'm sure. I would think he can/will enlighten all of us when he gets a chance.
In regards to Pro's building kits my point was why does it matter to me and you? To me it doesn't so no need for him to clarify now about that rack Dustin has installed is what I would like enlightenment on...
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Originally Posted by JiuHaWong
I believe they are called Short Course bumpers.

Those would look pretty silly on my buggy!
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Originally Posted by XXXDad
1.0... easily slowly converted.... RELAX
relax you relaxed? I'm relaxed. Who's not relaxed? Why wouldn't we be relaxed? We're all relaxed, right? Are you sure I'm not relaxed? Because I'm pretty sure I'm relaxed.
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Anyone feel like making up a list of the NEW PART numbers that are specific to the TLR22-2.0

Many of us have had our 22s since day one. And own most of the alloy bling bits...

It would seem that we could build our own upgrade kits:
2.0 LITE:
-all the new plastic parts
-new rear axle? hubs?
2.0 Full
-all new plastic parts
-new rear axle? hubs?
-shock set
-slipper upgrade
-new diff

If no one is up to it, ill try to dig out the numbers when i get home later tonight.
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Originally Posted by Joel Lagace
Anyone feel like making up a list of the NEW PART numbers that are specific to the TLR22-2.0

Many of us have had our 22s since day one. And own most of the alloy bling bits...

It would seem that we could build our own upgrade kits:
2.0 LITE:
-all the new plastic parts
-new rear axle? hubs?
2.0 Full
-all new plastic parts
-new rear axle? hubs?
-shock set
-slipper upgrade
-new diff

If no one is up to it, ill try to dig out the numbers when i get home later tonight.
Check page two or three, frank posted it already.
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Originally Posted by Carranza76
In regards to Pro's building kits my point was why does it matter to me and you? To me it doesn't so no need for him to clarify now about that rack Dustin has installed is what I would like enlightenment on...

My point? you posted that he wasn't running the new battery mount. You seemed to be pointing it out for a reason, so I gave my theory/opinion as to why. Nothing more, nothing less.
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
You're funny



I don't think you'll find the need for that mod with how the car drives now. It is very stable and easy to drive, but still lightning quick.



I put a parts list together to convert a 1.0 to a 2.0, assuming you don't have any of the parts. If you have a 22, and have kept up with all of the update/option parts as you have gone along, then the list is smaller, but still adds up to enough that I'd suggest to just get the kit, it'll work out much better in the end, plus you'll have a new diff, chassis, and everything else.
Here you go

Edit: dang it the Pics didint quote its on page 6 or 7 actually.
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Originally Posted by Carranza76
Check page two or three, frank posted it already.
I'll agree with that, read the whole thread and see what's going on and you wouldn't need to ask that.

Take you about 5 minutes, if you were new and the thread was a 100 pages I would be more understanding.
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Originally Posted by Carranza76
Or he just doesn't like battery braces and like the straps instead.

I would think Pro's build kits more than you or I think but what would that matter?
We just got the battery mount parts for the team drivers this week. I am sure that Dustin already had his car prepared and was confortable with how it was working and will put the new battery mounts on next week.

Also, to note the image is of his rear motor car, which he is not running. Dustin is running Mid-Motor this weekend, unless the track deteriorates.
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Originally Posted by racer1812
My point? you posted that he wasn't running the new battery mount. You seemed to be pointing it out for a reason, so I gave my theory/opinion as to why. Nothing more, nothing less.
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