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Old 11-18-2013, 02:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Casper
The Alum serrated front wheel screws are great. you don't need to tighten them down a ton but they bite the wheel just enough to keep them in place. Highly recommended upgrade.

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Thread lock works as well but you have to keep up on it like was stated. Once you get it all gunked up it holds well and you only need to reapply everyonce in a while but with the serrated screw you don't have to worry about that.
Weird, the ones in the picture aren't serrated.
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Old 11-18-2013, 02:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Casper
Mostly weight.
Does the Jconcepts Evans setup work for that?
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Originally Posted by Wildcat1971
are those serrated? they dont look like it in the pick.
Yeah. The orginal ones were not hence the picutre. They are indeed serrated though per the description.
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Any of the guys that raced at ierc this weekend for the gun smoke race how did you do and what were your setups ill post mine tonight when I get home and use a my computer to upload the sheet...just curious on how you set your cars up compared to mine thanks
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Originally Posted by Casper
Yeah. The orginal ones were not hence the picutre. They are indeed serrated though per the description.
ok, np. Just curios, I will probably need to order these from amain. How long ago was the running change made? I will check the LHS this weekend, but they dont even carry the front tower, so my hopes are not high. If the running change is old, I am sure amain has the right ones in stock. They dont list them as serrated, so that is why I am asking.
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I have some from over a year ago that are serrated so the change was awhile ago.
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ok, thx. I will just order a set if the lhs is out. I was unsure if this was a 2.0 running change, because no one uses them here locally.
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I have a bunch of videos from this weekend. The spektrum champs in wisconsin. Check out my youtube channel "jason rc" to see dakotah phend and dustin evans in action with this amazing car!! Long live TLR! Oh and please subscribe.

P.S. videos are still uploading. The Pro4 VIDS are up with the TLR 22-4 the pro2 vids are processing.

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Originally Posted by Wildcat1971
ok, np. Just curios, I will probably need to order these from amain. How long ago was the running change made? I will check the LHS this weekend, but they dont even carry the front tower, so my hopes are not high. If the running change is old, I am sure amain has the right ones in stock. They dont list them as serrated, so that is why I am asking.
I am not sure they ever released them without serrations but not 100% sure on that. All current stock anywhere should be ok regardless. It was years ago now.


Also I posted up my 22 2.0 RM setup for anyone that wants to try it at www.casper-rc.com
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Originally Posted by Casper
I am not sure they ever released them without serrations but not 100% sure on that. All current stock anywhere should be ok regardless. It was years ago now.


Also I posted up my 22 2.0 RM setup for anyone that wants to try it at www.casper-rc.com
Are the serrated ones considered an option part?
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Originally Posted by Casper
I am not sure they ever released them without serrations but not 100% sure on that. All current stock anywhere should be ok regardless. It was years ago now.


Also I posted up my 22 2.0 RM setup for anyone that wants to try it at www.casper-rc.com
get 404 errors when I click on the link
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Originally Posted by Casper
I am not sure they ever released them without serrations but not 100% sure on that. All current stock anywhere should be ok regardless. It was years ago now.


Also I posted up my 22 2.0 RM setup for anyone that wants to try it at www.casper-rc.com
Casper, the link is broken on your site. Some of your other links also have issues redirecting to PetitRC
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Sorry about that guys. Fixed the link to the new 2.0 setup and the broken link to the 22T setup. I think that fixes the issues we have been having. Sorry about that.

Direct link.

http://casper-rc.com/images/Casper%2...011-8-2013.pdf
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I see a lot of the current pro setups using 2mm limiters up front. I generically know what drop does, but what specifically were you trying to fix. Also, stiffer springs in the front and softer in the rear would imply your trying to lose front steering and gain rear bite. I see your running on blue groove, so I can see how stiffening the front might help take away some of the steering. I also feel like my car is reacting to quickly, but I also turned up the bec voltage, which i may put back to 6 volts. I have debated a stiffer front spring to maybe keep my rear from coming around to quickly in 90 - 180 deg turns.
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I need some advice. I am going to run the 2.0 here in a month or so. I haven't raced 2wd buggy since brushed motors. So, I don't have many 2S packs. Can I get a recommendation of some packs that would work for this buggy?

There are so many with different C ratings and weights not to mention the shorty packs now. I don't know what would be a good starting point.

If feel that 2wd buggy shouldn't need any more than a 25C. I will be running mod so maybe I'm incorrect on this.

Weight... I honestly have no idea until I put the car on the track. So, I guess this is my biggest concern. What weight of packs do people run on this buggy? Is there a much bigger benefit of adjustment having a shorty pack? I am very in to working on setups on all my cars. So, maybe this is a good thing for me?

Any help is greatly appreciated before I order my packs.
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