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Old 12-09-2014, 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by RedBMaster
The Pucks system also has lighter outdrives as well. The theory I've always been told is, lightening rotating mass by say 10 grams is equivalent to 30 grams of static weight.

I have the mod (heavier) version of the Pucks system, and I absolutely love it. It significantly reduces drive line lag and the whole car feels much faster. I'd buy the Pucks before the shorter chassis any day.

Oh and the JC titanium front axels rock! They fit perfect, unlike their steel JC counterpart.
Yea, I am still looking at the mod version of the Pucks system, I don't think I will stay in 17.5 too long (just until I get used to driving a buggy again). I was thinking it would be simpler to install the Pucks system when I am building the kit, as opposed to getting it down the road and having to take everything apart. We'll see, ordering the kit tomorrow so I have a couple days to decide

Originally Posted by jpcopeland1
Think if you change anything, I would do the Bell Cranks and chassis first as it is something you will really feel as compared to stock.
I already ordered the lightened chassis, I will check out the bell crank system.
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Old 12-09-2014, 10:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Greg Etter
Frank - is the servo link length with the new bell crank steering still built to 31.3mm?

Thanks...Greg
30.0 is what we got for the link length now.
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Old 12-09-2014, 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by jpcopeland1
I beleive the Rocket RC guy is going to be making them. Might be a good idea to reach him via Facebook.
This much different than the TLR brass side pod weights? (18g)
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Old 12-09-2014, 10:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
30.0 is what we got for the link length now.
Frank, do you still recommend that the servo horn be one tooth over to the right (when looking from the front) or straight up and centered like others have suggested here?

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Old 12-09-2014, 11:15 AM
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Originally Posted by HotRod127
That makes sense with what you guys are saying, with the esc on the tray now I will try and give it a go.
Thanks for the feedback guys.
i ran mine below the tray and my shorty ran all the way forward.My car was on freakin rails,to this day i wish i still had that car.
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Old 12-09-2014, 11:18 AM
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Originally Posted by kdeleon
Frank, do you still recommend that the servo horn be one tooth over to the right (when looking from the front) or straight up and centered like others have suggested here?

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It should be almost straight up now.
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Old 12-09-2014, 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by jpcopeland1
I beleive the Rocket RC guy is going to be making them. Might be a good idea to reach him via Facebook.
Rocket Rc does make them already.
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
30.0 is what we got for the link length now.
is that end to end or eyelet to eyelet?

thanks again
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Does anyone own more than 1 Losi 22? I feel weird that I always have to own 2 of the same car.
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Originally Posted by BlackStarRacing
is that end to end or eyelet to eyelet?

thanks again
Got this Frank. Lol. End to End.
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Originally Posted by iDChuck
Does anyone own more than 1 Losi 22? I feel weird that I always have to own 2 of the same car.
Yeah for 17.5 and mod
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Originally Posted by rage1945
Got this Frank. Lol. End to End.
appreciate frank.... wait you're not frank lol....

thanks a lot! going to adjust it.....

quick question: what is the turnbuckle length you guys have for the steering? (that is with the bell crank system)
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Originally Posted by BlackStarRacing
is that end to end or eyelet to eyelet?

thanks again
I beleive end to end but like to hear from Frank also.
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I own a Team Orion R10 Pro ESC. I bought it used and I have no idea if its 120A or 160A. I dont know how to distinguish the difference from just looking at it? any ideas?
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Originally Posted by iDChuck
Does anyone own more than 1 Losi 22? I feel weird that I always have to own 2 of the same car.
I own 3. One is a TLR 22 and the other two TLR 22 2.0 One is rear motor and the other is in mid motor.
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