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Old 10-27-2014, 01:39 PM
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Originally Posted by SUPERLOOPER
So.....New body to be released soon?
No new body needed...
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Old 10-27-2014, 01:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
No new body needed...
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Old 10-27-2014, 02:26 PM
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Looking for a real clean RM Losi 22 2.0 to try out again. Let me know what you have for sale.
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Old 10-27-2014, 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Alqwad
TLR6018 will work fine with the JC "Fin" turnbuckles. Keep in mind that you won't be able to use those turnbuckles with the new angled ball cups that come with the bell crank kit as they require a larger diameter turnbuckle.

http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...ProdID=TLR6018
Good looking out mah brotha.....I appreciate it.
I had ordered the Fin turnbuckles a lil while before asking that.....and got worried I might have problems with the ball cups (before I noticed your response) n cancelled the order n got the tlr hd titanium turnbuckles instead.
Good to know though....I guess I'll reorder them n have a spare set...See which ones I like better up close.
In retrospect, looking at my rc10's with the "Fins", they might look a lil thin on the 22.

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Right now, a brotha is pimpin it out strategically.
With the all the added weight n the 3s square pack, this thing is a tank....Just the way I like it.
But....I pop the weights off, this bad boy will be titaniumed out...nice n light.
.......
I don't want a feather. When I t-bone a brother they will be put right out of commission. Ah yeah babe. I might even throw some spikes on the sumbich.
.......n with no racing experience...fuggedaboudit..brothas don't wanna see me at the track.
I lay this thing down, someone best call a tow truck n have them on stand by.

...........

Edit: Where can I get some aluminum wheels with some gold spiked wheel nuts??

Ah yeah babe.
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Old 10-27-2014, 03:29 PM
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Originally Posted by NickTheGreek
Where can I get some aluminum wheels with some gold spiked wheel nuts??
By the picture ..you seem to really like them golds huh?...FYI while the side pod weights are of a gold color...using all three of them on both sides throws the balance of the buggy off quite a bit...

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Who are we kidding though..You did just ask for aluminum rims and spiked wheel nuts..
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Old 10-27-2014, 03:34 PM
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Originally Posted by NickTheGreek
Good looking out mah brotha.....I appreciate it.
I had ordered the Fin turnbuckles a lil while before asking that.....and got worried I might have problems with the ball cups (before I noticed your response) n cancelled the order n got the tlr hd titanium turnbuckles instead.
Good to know though....I guess I'll reorder them n have a spare set...See which ones I like better up close.
In retrospect, looking at my rc10's with the "Fins", they might look a lil thin on the 22.

............................................

Right now, a brotha is pimpin it out strategically.
With the all the added weight n the 3s square pack, this thing is a tank....Just the way I like it.
But....I pop the weights off, this bad boy will be titaniumed out...nice n light.
.......
I don't want a feather. When I t-bone a brother they will be put right out of commission. Ah yeah babe. I might even throw some spikes on the sumbich.
.......n with no racing experience...fuggedaboudit..brothas don't wanna see me at the track.
I lay this thing down, someone best call a tow truck n have them on stand by.

...........

Edit: Where can I get some aluminum wheels with some gold spiked wheel nuts??

Ah yeah babe.
LOL- I can never work out how legit you are. I'd love it if you were just like that in real life.
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Old 10-27-2014, 04:14 PM
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I just got my 22.2 and I see there is a 1.5oz bottle of 30wt oil with a TLR label. since I have only made it to page 158 of this thread, is this oil legit or should I use the bottle I just bought?
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Old 10-27-2014, 04:33 PM
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In real life?? Ofcourse mah brotha....
As the body ages, the mind regresses...At least that's how it seems to be working on this end. Good thing too or I might've been fighting a mid life crisis right about now.
Maybe I am n I don't know it....Could be the reason I'm spending all my money on rc cars.
Whatever, gotta pimp the ride.
.......

Yeah, I like the golds....It's the affinity for the RC10 carrying over.
You're right....with the three weights on each side it definitely throws the car off a bit....but I make up for it psychologically, knowing I'm barreling down the ave and under the shell the the side pods are fully decked out with the pimp weights....With the titanium war studs in them no less.

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On another note....
Good looking out to the brother Rocket-Rc...
Cut me a couple extra weights....they fit like a glove ...super fast shipping.
That brother delivers the goods.

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Fuggedaboudit....the aluminum wheels with the gold spikes...This would seal the deal.
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Old 10-27-2014, 04:45 PM
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So with the release of the new chassis and Dakota and Ryan running them the setup sheets last posted are not going to work with the stock chassis?
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Old 10-27-2014, 07:52 PM
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Originally Posted by urluzn
So with the release of the new chassis and Dakota and Ryan running them the setup sheets last posted are not going to work with the stock chassis?
In my testing I have not had to change my setup at all with the short chassis from the stock longer one. All current setups will work just fine with the stock chassis.

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Originally Posted by cdraughon
I just got my 22.2 and I see there is a 1.5oz bottle of 30wt oil with a TLR label. since I have only made it to page 158 of this thread, is this oil legit or should I use the bottle I just bought?
It's not certified like the aftermarket stuff is. I use it for other things like lubing the o-rings or whatever, just not my setups...
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Old 10-27-2014, 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by JP.R
In my testing I have not had to change my setup at all with the short chassis from the stock longer one. All current setups will work just fine with the stock chassis.

JP
Awesome thanks JP!
I had to order the new chassis anyhow...
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Old 10-28-2014, 02:10 PM
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Originally Posted by SUPERLOOPER
Pretty sure its the front that is shorter now.
Yeah Frank said between battery and servo.

so you might have to trim all the front cut outs back and nose clip :/
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Old 10-28-2014, 02:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Kewlbug
Yeah Frank said between battery and servo.

so you might have to trim all the front cut outs back and nose clip :/
Not 100% true. The chassis is shorter in the middle, but the parts like bolt on in the front (like mud guards and servo mounts) will run a little further back on the chassis, while the parts that mount up in the back (like the battery trays) will mount further forward.
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Old 10-28-2014, 03:04 PM
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I wanna get an exotek esc tray.....

In mid motor configuration, are there any carbon fiber battery braces that will work with a square pack specifically??
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