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Old 01-24-2014, 03:27 PM
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Originally Posted by hockeyrules16
yes i was asking for diameter and length
diff bolt is 2-56 x .92in

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Old 01-24-2014, 04:06 PM
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Ok guys.

I'm literally just sitting down to start my build. Hope to have it done by midnight / 1AM. It's 7PM here now.

I need a piece of info first.

Can someone please verify what servo spacer I need for an Orion VDS 1409.

Please and thank you.
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Old 01-24-2014, 07:34 PM
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Any concern with bending the chassis or breakage of the tower or something when not running the waterfall?
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Originally Posted by Nexus
Any concern with bending the chassis or breakage of the tower or something when not running the waterfall?
This was asked about a month ago and I remember a lot of people replied to not having issues I have personally been running mine with out the brace for about a month and had zero issues and I did notice better rear end tracktion after moving the electronics and battery back
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Old 01-24-2014, 08:50 PM
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Any body off pics of Evens car from the Reedy?
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Old 01-24-2014, 08:51 PM
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iam geard 70 30 with a viper 17.5 at 45 timeing?
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its all about the temps vito. just check your temps often until you get it right. I try to stay below 150
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Hi guys

I have a question with step B-1M on page 40 in my manual.

In the pic it shows two parts ( both TLR232008) on either side of the smaller inner hub bearing. I did not have those in my kit.

Everything seems to fit and work ok. Just wondering if this is a running change or if it slipped past QC.

EDIT:NVM.....found them.
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Old 01-24-2014, 11:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Nexus
Any concern with bending the chassis or breakage of the tower or something when not running the waterfall?
Haven't heard or seen it.
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Just wanted to say how impressed I am with this kit. I'm 85% done and the build has been relatively painless. Basically just have to build the shocks and install the battery tray.

I'll be running a 13.5 motor on a small indoor carpet track. I had the 78t spur installed but when I looked at the gearing recommendations in the manual it says to use the 70t so I swapped it out.

Going to finish it up this aft while my daughter is on a play date.

Thanks Losi for a quality product.
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Old 01-25-2014, 09:49 AM
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Assuming I'm a lazy guy and want to run my TLR 22 2.0 on carpet and track intermittently at different tracks, what are some of the big-hit items I'd need to do to give it as much traction as possible on medium-high bite clay track?

besides adding the weight kids to the back, what other tweaks should I be thinking of?
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Originally Posted by Dale.0
Any body off pics of Evens car from the Reedy?
I'd love to see this too
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I have a 22 2.0 fully loaded with every conceivable hop-up for sale in the for sale threads. Asking $325.00 for it. Way under what its worth.

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Old 01-25-2014, 12:27 PM
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Originally Posted by monsterfarm
Assuming I'm a lazy guy and want to run my TLR 22 2.0 on carpet and track intermittently at different tracks, what are some of the big-hit items I'd need to do to give it as much traction as possible on medium-high bite clay track?

besides adding the weight kids to the back, what other tweaks should I be thinking of?
Rocket-RC anti-squat block, and maybe side pod weights from Rocket-RC. I saw Dustons car, and he was only running those after market parts. Most have pretty much ditched all of the weight. Exotek, or Kyosho bell cranks (modded) are a good thing to have as well. In stock I ditched all of the weight completely. Car was still very easy to drive with a ton of grip everywhere.
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