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Old 09-12-2014, 01:34 PM
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Instead of the orion wts weights im going to use the battery tray weights by hobbypro. They are 23grams a weight and drop right into the 22 battery tray.
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Talk to Mike at Rocket RC , best way is to email him so use the yahoo above .
The link is in my signature to his web store.... might be out of stock there ,but tell him Glenn Carlson sent you and ask nicely he should have some in hand. He also has the side pod Brass system.
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Does anyone know the weight of the orion blocks that are being used?22g each Or a clean looking alternative? Check out his webpage then email for an order... don't forget who sent you.
Also, where can the brass antisquat blocks be found?
Im starting to put my 1/10 stuff back together after a brutal summer of 1/8 racing.
What seems to be the favored shock package for must with the current setups?
Ill be starting with the ryan/dakota setup and tweaking from there.
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Old 09-12-2014, 06:26 PM
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Originally Posted by XXXDad
Talk to Mike at Rocket RC , best way is to email him so use the yahoo above .
The link is in my signature to his web store.... might be out of stock there ,but tell him Glenn Carlson sent you and ask nicely he should have some in hand. He also has the side pod Brass system.
Mike is awesome! And does great work.
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Old 09-13-2014, 06:48 AM
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I'm stopped in my build trying to decide if I want to continue with a RM build, or try MM.

Like I said, I run all outdoor, but, I have heard from many sources that the MM drives similar to my 22-4.

I often run 2wd and 4wd buggy back to back, and my 2wd times suffer because of it. Maybe if they drive somewhat similar, it might make the transition easier.

Decisions, decisions....
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Old 09-13-2014, 07:32 AM
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Truth is I struggle with my MM outdoors.I have all the trick parts... and setups.. I would recommend RM for outdoor.
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Really depends on surface. I run outdoor mm and do very well.
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Old 09-13-2014, 09:55 AM
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Really depends on surface. I run outdoor mm and do very well.
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Old 09-13-2014, 10:26 AM
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Does anyone have their entire MM parts to sell or have a listing of part numbers of everything for MM? The previous owner of my buggy sold them.
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I just bought a new 2.0. I want my car to be just like Dustin Evan's car @ the Iowa Hobby Haven shootout.......If someone could point me int he right direction, track was outdoor and slick and his car still had more forward bite than a RM car with all the steering.
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Does anyone know where to buy the cut tranny gears for stock racing?
I found them on cbcustomrc but only 3 gears for rear motor.

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Old 09-14-2014, 03:34 PM
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Originally Posted by WalterMagnum
Does anyone know where to buy the cut tranny gears for stock racing?
I found them on cbcustomrc but only 3 gears for rear motor.
Here the one for the MM tranny

http://www.shop.cbscustomrc.com/Losi...-Set-CBL22.htm
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Originally Posted by WalterMagnum
Does anyone know where to buy the cut tranny gears for stock racing?
I found them on cbcustomrc but only 3 gears for rear motor.
Only comes with 2 idlers and diff gear. Will just have a spare if you run rear motor.
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Originally Posted by David Alberico
I just bought a new 2.0. I want my car to be just like Dustin Evan's car @ the Iowa Hobby Haven shootout.......If someone could point me int he right direction, track was outdoor and slick and his car still had more forward bite than a RM car with all the steering.
Ill get my buddies set up, him and dustin are good friends and im sure he is running his same set up. It may take me a few days but I'll get a hold of it for you. You are going to need the rocket-rc anti-squat block, and i beleive he is running the TLR side pod weights. There is one problem that you will have and that is the TLR bellcranks are not available yet and that is where a good amount of his steering is coming from. It has a drastic difference in steering consistency.
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Are there any other options for slipper eliminator, other than Exotek. Don't mind buying the Exotek part, but not crazy about paying $15 for a special spur.

I guess I could drill out the Losi spur to fit over the Exotek spur mount, but if there are other options, please let me know.

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Get two>http://www.amain.com/Search?cID=&s=KIM150
Originally Posted by rcus3r
Are there any other options for slipper eliminator, other than Exotek. Don't mind buying the Exotek part, but not crazy about paying $15 for a special spur.

I guess I could drill out the Losi spur to fit over the Exotek spur mount, but if there are other options, please let me know.

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