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Old 08-08-2013, 06:30 AM
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nice, you made a new battery strap. how do I ask this, lol. I really like your kevlar spurs on my 22, and i would put them on b4. Are the hex pads the same size as the AE ones? Yeah, I know how dare I ask if the 2.0 parts will work on an AE car. But hey if they work well, more sales , lol.
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Seems to me the biggest changes are in the front end with the new caster block, spindle, and in the steering rack slider ball stud locations. If you get the new caster block, spindle, and steering slider, will these fit the 1.0?
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So to upgrade to the Tlr 22 2.0 it will cost about $150? o.O


Go figure just my luck just barely bought the 22..
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Frank, this looks awesome and great to hear the Pegasus shout out on the vid!
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With all the buzz about a new steering rack being tested is the slider the same on the 2.0 i see or hear no mention so I am curious. Thanks for the help!
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Frank, this looks awesome and great to hear the Pegasus shout out on the vid!
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With all the buzz about a new steering rack being tested is the slider the same on the 2.0 i see or hear no mention so I am curious. Thanks for the help!
I just saw the answer on the tlr website but can you tell us the difference and if slop is still a concern?
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Originally Posted by 3srcracing View Post
So to upgrade to the Tlr 22 2.0 it will cost about $150? o.O


Go figure just my luck just barely bought the 22..
if that is correct, thats not bad. The kits were reduced to $189 +150 = $349. So those that just picked upt he 22 can upgrade to the 2.0 with no huge loss.


Will the new battery box require the 2.0 chassis? I would like to put that on my 1.0 if i can
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if that is correct, thats not bad. The kits were reduced to $189 +150 = $349. So those that just picked upt he 22 can upgrade to the 2.0 with no huge loss.


Will the new battery box require the 2.0 chassis? I would like to put that on my 1.0 if i can
I think the chassis is different though, it allows the servo to sit lower and if I remember from the video there are extra set of battery mount holes in the new chassis.
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What is different in the front arms, lenght?
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Thanks dillweed, I'll show you dialed at the corn roast....lol
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Great YouTube video as well, TLR is on top of their game, love it!
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Anyone find out where to pre order yet online? lol
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Originally Posted by billjacobs View Post
Seems to me the biggest changes are in the front end with the new caster block, spindle, and in the steering rack slider ball stud locations. If you get the new caster block, spindle, and steering slider, will these fit the 1.0?
The rear hubs are different, the shocks are different, the chassis is different as well.
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Originally Posted by Carranza76 View Post
Anyone find out where to pre order yet online? lol
Horizon hobbies, go to the tlracing link, click buy now, and it takes you to horizon hobbies to pre-order the kit.
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Originally Posted by Wildcat1971 View Post
nice, you made a new battery strap. how do I ask this, lol. I really like your kevlar spurs on my 22, and i would put them on b4. Are the hex pads the same size as the AE ones? Yeah, I know how dare I ask if the 2.0 parts will work on an AE car. But hey if they work well, more sales , lol.
I haven't checked the to see if the AE pads fit out gears, but if you use our gear and pads, it should fit no problem.

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Seems to me the biggest changes are in the front end with the new caster block, spindle, and in the steering rack slider ball stud locations. If you get the new caster block, spindle, and steering slider, will these fit the 1.0?
Yes, but I'd get the new front arm as well, they all fit together really.

Originally Posted by 3srcracing View Post
So to upgrade to the Tlr 22 2.0 it will cost about $150? o.O


Go figure just my luck just barely bought the 22..
I haven't priced it out yet, I'll work on that.

Originally Posted by Carranza76 View Post
Frank, this looks awesome and great to hear the Pegasus shout out on the vid!
LOL
Pegasus is awesome, love racing there.

Originally Posted by Wildcat1971 View Post
Will the new battery box require the 2.0 chassis? I would like to put that on my 1.0 if i can
Yes, but you will not be able to run it in the back or "shorty" location.

Originally Posted by Carranza76 View Post
I just saw the answer on the tlr website but can you tell us the difference and if slop is still a concern?
Slop is reduced a bit. The new rack and housing are taller, and have more contact so it doesn't wear nearly as quick.

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What is different in the front arms, lenght?
The outer shock mounting location is omitted, and the front shock mounting locations are moved 2mm to the front, so the steering link will clear the shock spring.

Originally Posted by Andrew Gray View Post
Great YouTube video as well, TLR is on top of their game, love it!
Thanks Andrew!!

Originally Posted by Carranza76 View Post
Anyone find out where to pre order yet online? lol
http://www.horizonhobby.com/products...age-_-TLR03002
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