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Old 08-08-2013, 02:55 AM
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Now Frank. .. when is the TLR44 buggy coming??
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Frank I am guessing that the Aluminum Mid Motor Rear Camber Block (TLR2061) will still fit?
secondly did the motor location in mid mount change and when I say that did it move backward at all or stay in the same position?
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:39 AM
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Any idea on what the street price will be and when can I buy it lol
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Any idea on what the street price will be and when can I buy it lol
Check the tlr link its 350.00 frank posted link
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Check the tlr link its 350.00 frank posted link
Thanks. To early in the morning still. Must have missed it
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Definitely excited for the new buggy Frank! Looks good!
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Old 08-08-2013, 04:26 AM
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what is the "Adjustable CVA Offset" ?
Are the new outdrives better? Never had problems with mine.
Hope the shock shafts are better than the golden bad joke ones.
Hope the body gives a bit more clearance now. Wonder how the cap forward body will look like.
I hope the new front will give more steering, the ackerman plate at least, nive to have this option without buying complete new racks from exotek now
And a not bent chassis in all kits .. that would be great too
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Awesome news Frank. Same rims?
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Old 08-08-2013, 04:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Joel Lagace View Post
Yahoooooooo
Now Frank. .. when is the TLR44 buggy coming??
I can't give an info to this question.

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Frank I am guessing that the Aluminum Mid Motor Rear Camber Block (TLR2061) will still fit?
secondly did the motor location in mid mount change and when I say that did it move backward at all or stay in the same position?
Yes, the Alum Mid Motor Rear Camber Block still fits great. The mid-motor transmission did not change, so the motor is still in the same location.

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Any idea on what the street price will be and when can I buy it lol
$349.99 on TLRacing.com and HorizonHobby.com (when it loads on HH.com today)

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Check the tlr link its 350.00 frank posted link


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Thanks. To early in the morning still. Must have missed it
I miss a lot this early too..
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Thanks frank.....can't wait....I'll order one up once mt Lhs opens up
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Originally Posted by RodimusPrime49 View Post
Definitely excited for the new buggy Frank! Looks good!
Thanks Lyndon!

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what is the "Adjustable CVA Offset" ?
Are the new outdrives better? Never had problems with mine.
Hope the shock shafts are better than the golden bad joke ones.
Hope the body gives a bit more clearance now. Wonder how the cap forward body will look like.
I hope the new front will give more steering, the ackerman plate at least, nive to have this option without buying complete new racks from exotek now
And a not bent chassis in all kits .. that would be great too
1. Adjustable CVA Off-Set allow the CVA pivot position and Bone to be mounted 1mm further into the hub (away from the centerline of the car), or with a 1mm shim, to be mounted in the original 22 location. When mounted into the hub, there is a little bit less bone support, and more weight can sit on the rear end during acceleration. When in the stock location, there is more bone support, and the rear end will feel more supported and slightly more up in the travel. This is also affected by driving style. I run the axle into the hub, it really fits the way I drive.

2. New outdrives aren't all new, just have an extra machining process that helps the diff feel smoother and less "wavey".

3. The shock shafts and hinge pins are all coated with Ti-Carbonitride now which has a grey-steely look. I have been running a set on my car for 5-6 months now and if I gave you a new set and the set off my car, you couldn't tell which each was, they are great.

4. The new body gives a bunch more clearance for saddle packs, and bullet connectors in the mid motor configuration, and extra clearance for the rear body clips.

5. A cab forward body image can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=1&theater

6. The steering and balance of the car is great

7. I never came across any bent chassis, don't expect to now

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Awesome news Frank. Same rims?
Yup, except you now get one set of white and one set of yellow in the kit. Gotta keep it fair for all the guys
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Thanks frank.....can't wait....I'll order one up once mt Lhs opens up
Thanks Matt, it's going to be awesome!

On another note, would you mind making this the "Official" 22 2.0 thread?
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OH JUST TAKE ALL MY MONEY!!!

not ordering another 1.0 kit now.
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Also incase you guys don't know, frank root already has a setup sheet out for the 22 2.0
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Question for frank: Will my rrear aluminum camber block, rear aluminum toe plates, front aluminum camber block, aluminum pivot, and brass kickup work on the 2.0 off of the 1.0?
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