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Old 09-08-2013, 09:54 AM
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Can anyone confirm that the new 22 2.0 front spindles, TLR 234007, (with the new/old modified, rear hubs) are the same as the TLR1107 4* trailing spindles - or are they completely new?
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So I was wondering if I did a 69/34 over the 70/35 suggested would that be close enough or should I just buy a new spur gear?
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For indoor med sized high bite clay track, I run 28-30/70 gearing for 17.5. Anything above that seems too tall
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any eta on the new casters?
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Originally Posted by HeavyD99
Can anyone confirm that the new 22 2.0 front spindles, TLR 234007, (with the new/old modified, rear hubs) are the same as the TLR1107 4* trailing spindles - or are they completely new?
It's new, the spindle moves the axle/hex in 3mm toward the caster block and the new caster block moves it back out 1.5mm from what I've heard and seen.

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For indoor med sized high bite clay track, I run 28-30/70 gearing for 17.5. Anything above that seems too tall
Have you geared higher? The motors can easily handle it and you may find you are giving up lots of speed.
I run 33 to 35 pinion with the 70 spur and a fresh battery and it's a rocket, temps at 160 after 7 to 8 minutes and timing on motor is 30 to 40 too. Gear/ time your stock stuff to temp to be safe.
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Originally Posted by F N CUDA
It's new, the spindle moves the axle/hex in 3mm toward the caster block and the new caster block moves it back out 1.5mm from what I've heard and seen.



Have you geared higher? The motors can easily handle it and you may find you are giving up lots of speed.
I run 33 to 35 pinion with the 70 spur and a fresh battery and it's a rocket, temps at 160 after 7 to 8 minutes and timing on motor is 30 to 40 too. Gear/ time your stock stuff to temp to be safe.
Yep started at 32 and finally settled where I am right now. Our straight is a bit short right now so I accelerate all the way untill on the brakes for a 90 at the end. I ran mod for a year so I do we'll with a lot of low end punch, keeps my corner speed fast. Killshot 17.5'a like low gearing and lots of timing. It is a rocket too. Almost like a 10.5 under acceleration. Just 17,5 top speed. I get comments from others who drive my car about how fast it is.
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Ran the 2.0 last night for the first and wow was it good. Made the dremel 5000 version of the 22 seam like a turd.
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Originally Posted by F N CUDA
Have you geared higher? The motors can easily handle it and you may find you are giving up lots of speed.
I run 33 to 35 pinion with the 70 spur and a fresh battery and it's a rocket, temps at 160 after 7 to 8 minutes and timing on motor is 30 to 40 too. Gear/ time your stock stuff to temp to be safe.
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Yep started at 32 and finally settled where I am right now. Our straight is a bit short right now so I accelerate all the way untill on the brakes for a 90 at the end. I ran mod for a year so I do we'll with a lot of low end punch, keeps my corner speed fast. Killshot 17.5'a like low gearing and lots of timing. It is a rocket too. Almost like a 10.5 under acceleration. Just 17,5 top speed. I get comments from others who drive my car about how fast it is.


As has been mentioned many times, there is no standing answer on gearing. Too much depends on the motor, AND THE TRACK SIZE AND LAYOUT, you're running.
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Was wondering what shock oil wait came with your kit? Mine came with 27.5, but was thinking that it was going to come with 30. I haven't opened the rest of the kit, but saw that one bottle.

A little more detail. For those still reading, I was wondering because I checked the standard setup and manual and they both seemed to indicate that it would come with 30wt. So I went ahead and ordered 27.5 and 35 with my kit for adjustability (and to match Frank's setup). My lhs that carries Losi stuff is relatively far and would cost me more in gas then the actual oil. So was wondering if this was just a misprint or my kit came with something different. Curious and admittedly very slightly annoyed.

Overall, excited to build the kit.
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Frank Im putting my Team Associated B4.1wc on the shelf and I just ordered the 22 2.0 last night. Everyone says the b4 is a great inside car and the 22 2.0 is a great outside car. Can you explain why that is.
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my ae gave brith to a losi lol I do like this kit a lot
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Originally Posted by hoonigantoo


As has been mentioned many times, there is no standing answer on gearing. Too much depends on the motor, AND THE TRACK SIZE AND LAYOUT, you're running.
+1, all motors are different. all tracks are different. all drivers are different.
all gearing should be different.

Originally Posted by kdeleon
Was wondering what shock oil wait came with your kit? Mine came with 27.5, but was thinking that it was going to come with 30. I haven't opened the rest of the kit, but saw that one bottle.

A little more detail. For those still reading, I was wondering because I checked the standard setup and manual and they both seemed to indicate that it would come with 30wt. So I went ahead and ordered 27.5 and 35 with my kit for adjustability (and to match Frank's setup). My lhs that carries Losi stuff is relatively far and would cost me more in gas then the actual oil. So was wondering if this was just a misprint or my kit came with something different. Curious and admittedly very slightly annoyed.

Overall, excited to build the kit.
from my understanding, most of the TLR kits come with 27.5 weight oil for kit set up.
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Originally Posted by 3srcracing
So I was wondering if I did a 69/34 over the 70/35 suggested would that be close enough or should I just buy a new spur gear?
Its fine no need to buy another spur.
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Originally Posted by kdeleon
Was wondering what shock oil wait came with your kit? Mine came with 27.5, but was thinking that it was going to come with 30. I haven't opened the rest of the kit, but saw that one bottle.

A little more detail. For those still reading, I was wondering because I checked the standard setup and manual and they both seemed to indicate that it would come with 30wt. So I went ahead and ordered 27.5 and 35 with my kit for adjustability (and to match Frank's setup). My lhs that carries Losi stuff is relatively far and would cost me more in gas then the actual oil. So was wondering if this was just a misprint or my kit came with something different. Curious and admittedly very slightly annoyed.

Overall, excited to build the kit.
Haven't seen or heard of any case on which any of the 22 kits, any version, we're shipped with anything other than 27.5 And I don't know what would have led you to believe otherwise, other than a false assumption. I've seen everything from 25.0 to 35.0 being used on these cars.

It's not that the kit can't be assembled with the included oil, but it's that kit builders and racers typically have a selection of oil weights to choose from.
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The kit setup calls for 30wt...
http://www.tlracing.com/ProdInfo/Fil...t_Up_Sheet.pdf

I just checked the manual. It says to put oil in the shocks but does not clearly state the weight. But at the bottom of the manual it calls for 30 wt. So there in lies the confusion. No need to knock they guy.
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