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Old 10-06-2013, 05:29 PM
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I got my 2.0 on the track yesterday. Wow, these thing can be pushed much harder than my 1.0 could. The harder I pushed it, the better it would stick. I put the kit setup on and it pushed just a bit. I took 1mm out of the tower side front camber ball stud and it was pretty much gone.

I loved my 1.0, but this car blows it away.
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Old 10-06-2013, 05:29 PM
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Originally Posted by troyd
When everyone is talking about springs are they talking about the new low frequency one's or the old one's.
as far as I know, everybody is using the LF front and rear springs.

Originally Posted by trixter91
Are the 22 2.0 springs the same as the 22 cause I wanted to get the front and rear spring kits. And what springs are the low frequency for.
the kit springs for the 22 and 22 2.0 are different.
the 22 (v1) included the standard springs. those springs aren't available (to my knowledge) in kits.
the 22 2.0 includes the new Low Frequency springs, which currently are only available in kits of 5 springs for the rear and 4 for the front.
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Originally Posted by trixter91
Are the 22 2.0 springs the same as the 22 cause I wanted to get the front and rear spring kits. And what springs are the low frequency for.
the lf spring kits are for the 22 buggy. They are just a higher quality spring than the 1.0 springs with slightly different spring rates.
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Old 10-06-2013, 06:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Tarimon
But where can I do this adjustment, and do I need option parts?

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It is on the slider. The ball studs that screw to the slider and go to the steering links. U can add a 1 mm washer from the 2.0 kit under the ball stud. I loved hire it made my 2.0 feel. Less sensitive in the center but still has full steering left to right.
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I have a few adjustments planned for next race night but would like to here some suggestions. Car needs more steering into the corner and more straight line traction out of corner. Car would rotate decently but would then continue to slide

Running indoor wet clay. Track is 70 x 60 and has smallish jumps and is very smooth

Running close to stock setup. 30 front, 27.5 rear, stock pistons, red front, yellow rear springs. Moved rear shocks to middle hole on arm. Also moved rear hubs to short wheelbase. 23-24 M&M ride height. Chassis level

I tried inner hole on arms and did not like it at all

Ion M4 front, 3/4 rear foam
Pressure point rear, green, PL closed cell

Shorty battery, 2 pads back, 1 in front

I'm going back to medium wheelbase and softer spring in rear. May even try. 25 wt oil in rear. I also tried 1-B link in rear bit liked 1-D better

Also considering removing some washers on inner ballstud
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Old 10-06-2013, 07:41 PM
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Does the 2.0 kit come with the new low frequency springs?
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Old 10-06-2013, 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Tarimon
2.0 in Mid-Motor Configuration with Standard full size LiPo, first ride yesterday on high bite indoor carpet tack, car was awesome.
I was immediately faster than with the 1.0 ever been... :-O

Great car, Frank! Well done!! ;-)



Isnīt it possible to link Photos from Skydrive here... :-(
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How did u fit a standard size lipo w mid motor?
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Originally Posted by troyd
Does the 2.0 kit come with the new low frequency springs?
Yes but not the whole set which you may want for tuning
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Originally Posted by Bobby Z
I have a few adjustments planned for next race night but would like to here some suggestions. Car needs more steering into the corner and more straight line traction out of corner. Car would rotate decently but would then continue to slide

Running indoor wet clay. Track is 70 x 60 and has smallish jumps and is very smooth

Running close to stock setup. 30 front, 27.5 rear, stock pistons, red front, yellow rear springs. Moved rear shocks to middle hole on arm. Also moved rear hubs to short wheelbase. 23-24 M&M ride height. Chassis level

I tried inner hole on arms and did not like it at all

Ion M4 front, 3/4 rear foam
Pressure point rear, green, PL closed cell

Shorty battery, 2 pads back, 1 in front

I'm going back to medium wheelbase and softer spring in rear. May even try. 25 wt oil in rear. I also tried 1-B link in rear bit liked 1-D better

Also considering removing some washers on inner ballstud
you pretty much described how mine car was running with the kit setup. I enter corners off power to set the car up, so I added a touch more drag brake and it was much better. I am going to try franks setup next week for comparison. Some of the corners I had a pause for a sec to get on the power coming out because the rear was was a touch too loose. I am wondering if I am too soft on the dampening and it rolling too much and making it harder to get on the power coming out. I am running on a new track and still trying to get the right tires on the car. Plus the track is on consistent from heat to heat and that making the setup a little harder, but IMO still easier than the 1.0.
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Old 10-06-2013, 08:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Bobby Z
I have a few adjustments planned for next race night but would like to here some suggestions. Car needs more steering into the corner and more straight line traction out of corner. Car would rotate decently but would then continue to slide

Running indoor wet clay. Track is 70 x 60 and has smallish jumps and is very smooth

Running close to stock setup. 30 front, 27.5 rear, stock pistons, red front, yellow rear springs. Moved rear shocks to middle hole on arm. Also moved rear hubs to short wheelbase. 23-24 M&M ride height. Chassis level

I tried inner hole on arms and did not like it at all

Ion M4 front, 3/4 rear foam
Pressure point rear, green, PL closed cell

Shorty battery, 2 pads back, 1 in front

I'm going back to medium wheelbase and softer spring in rear. May even try. 25 wt oil in rear. I also tried 1-B link in rear bit liked 1-D better

Also considering removing some washers on inner ballstud
First thing I noticed that seems off are your tires. Why not run clay compound?
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do they have a 70 stock gear with the new slipper pads?
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Originally Posted by vito
do they have a 70 stock gear with the new slipper pads?
nope, I think the pads are too big.
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Old 10-06-2013, 08:08 PM
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http://www.fantomracing.com/proddeta...rod=FAN27897SM
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Old 10-06-2013, 08:11 PM
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why do you keep posting that. that motor is fine.
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Originally Posted by AndrewTom
as far as I know, everybody is using the LF front and rear springs.



the kit springs for the 22 and 22 2.0 are different.
the 22 (v1) included the standard springs. those springs aren't available (to my knowledge) in kits.
the 22 2.0 includes the new Low Frequency springs, which currently are only available in kits of 5 springs for the rear and 4 for the front.
from TLR:
http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...odID=TLR233012
http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...odID=TLR233013
Great thanks I got it
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