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Old 02-06-2015, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Jrsandiego
Does anyone know if the Jconcepts body, part#0226, will fit in both the mid-motor and rear motor configuration? Their website doesn't specify. Thanks.
Rear motor only. The 22T does not have a design that would permit one body to work in both configurations. The shock tower moves drastically when changing from rear to mid-motor.
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got my truck on pre order now to get the class to come back to my local track. I asked the owner of the track and he will allow me to run in the Pro-2 class till enough show up to run at least
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Originally Posted by Jrsandiego
Does anyone know if the Jconcepts body, part#0226, will fit in both the mid-motor and rear motor configuration? Their website doesn't specify. Thanks.
If Mayfield runs the truck be assured there will be a mid-motor body for it promptly. If Jason hasn't already done one. Supposedly the mid motor body for the T5M/Centro/RT6 body fits with minor modification to the mounts.
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Got mine on pre-order, cant wait to start racing ST.
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Frank Root's 22T 2.0 is featured on RedRC. I'm not allowed to post links yet, so maybe somebody else can post the link.
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Originally Posted by _danimal_
Frank Root's 22T 2.0 is featured on RedRC. I'm not allowed to post links yet, so maybe somebody else can post the link.
TQ in first race. Wonder what Phends can do with it at Nats. 3rd Championship in a row?
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Originally Posted by _danimal_
Frank Root's 22T 2.0 is featured on RedRC. I'm not allowed to post links yet, so maybe somebody else can post the link.
http://www.redrc.net/2015/02/jconcep...-0/#more-92697
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So looks like the 22T 1.0 and 22T 2.0 have the same chassis.

Does anyone run the 1mm tranny spacers on there 22T 1.0? I assume with all of the 2.0 geometry changes that this will not be needed on the new truck?
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Originally Posted by JourneyMan
So looks like the 22T 1.0 and 22T 2.0 have the same chassis.
The chassis are not exactly the same. I think they have the same length, but the 2.0 has additional milling under the servo, a "pocket" to mount the ESC on the chassis in rear-motor config and includes a countersunk hole for an additional screw to hold the anti-squat block down (like the other 2.0 vehicles).

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Does anyone run the 1mm tranny spacers on there 22T 1.0? I assume with all of the 2.0 geometry changes that this will not be needed on the new truck?
I still run the transmission shimmed 1mm, I feel it helps keep the rear end a bit more "in control". The changes to the other 2.0 vehicles (the buggy and SCT) do not require the additional shim and it's definitely not needed. I'm assuming the same goes for the truck.
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Originally Posted by 68pontiac
The chassis are not exactly the same. I think they have the same length, but the 2.0 has additional milling under the servo, a "pocket" to mount the ESC on the chassis in rear-motor config and includes a countersunk hole for an additional screw to hold the anti-squat block down (like the other 2.0 vehicles).



I still run the transmission shimmed 1mm, I feel it helps keep the rear end a bit more "in control". The changes to the other 2.0 vehicles (the buggy and SCT) do not require the additional shim and it's definitely not needed. I'm assuming the same goes for the truck.
I hope this is the case, I forget to look for those shims every time I service the tranny and end up searching on the ground for them!
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With the geometry changes no washers will be requ ired.
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Old 02-10-2015, 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by JourneyMan
Frank, I will never complain about the price of a set of TLR LF springs after seeing the KYO cost for one pair.
That's what I'm sayin'...
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Originally Posted by jpcopeland1
If Mayfield runs the truck be assured there will be a mid-motor body for it promptly. If Jason hasn't already done one. Supposedly the mid motor body for the T5M/Centro/RT6 body fits with minor modification to the mounts.
I was looking thru the sign ups for the Cactus Classic and it shows him entered in Stadium Truck Modified.
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Originally Posted by jslider
I was looking thru the sign ups for the Cactus Classic and it shows him entered in Stadium Truck Modified.
Nice. A class he always did well in for AE, cant wait to see what he can do with a real truck *snicker*..... j/k the T4.2 with the 1.0 stuff on it was nice, light and had steering for days, just hated how badly it wore out so quick.
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Smile Patiently Waiting for my 22T 2.0

I am so ready for this truck to arrive. Already got my electronics, batteries, motors, tires, extra parts waiting. Just need th truck!
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