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Old 04-10-2015, 12:47 PM
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Was tailking to a friend of mine who runs at oc/rc and he said rete us a spindle mod that gains more steering. Any info about that mod?
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We will fix the issues and if you contact customer service, they will take care of you. In all fairness, a little outward bubble n the wheel doesnt affect performance at all, yes, it should not be there and we will fix them, and its a bummer, but they work ok. As for the axle, one of mine was bent too, and I am running it and it works great. The axles are different from the 1.0 so MIP doesnt make these yet for what its worth.

As for hop ups, I have to admit, I used alum washers and the alum servo mounts. I think that might be $40. And even those arent needed at all.



Call customer service, they will send you out a whole new pack of 2 of them.
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Mine came in this morning. Should have it done this weekend depending on how long it takes to complete some work on its sister buggy.
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Originally Posted by jpcopeland1
Was tailking to a friend of mine who runs at oc/rc and he said rete us a spindle mod that gains more steering. Any info about that mod?
We have played with a couple things and there are some ideas out there but nothing has been really settled on for sure. Either version takes some modification and dremeling and wouldnt be for the typical user. The truck is very good as is out of the box with some setup work.
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Originally Posted by jpcopeland1
Was tailking to a friend of mine who runs at oc/rc and he said rete us a spindle mod that gains more steering. Any info about that mod?
I run the stock kit setup, only changing 27.5wt in the rear and adding the brass anti-squat block. My 22T 2.0 is DIALED at OCRC. No need for any changes IMO.
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Where can I get the mayfield setup from catcus? I tried petitrc and it wasn't showing up.
Seems not to be released yet!
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
I run the stock kit setup, only changing 27.5wt in the rear and adding the brass anti-squat block. My 22T 2.0 is DIALED at OCRC. No need for any changes IMO.
Had my first run with the 22T last night at Rainman's. "WOW" this truck is awesome. I ran it box stock and it was easy to drive and fast. I even set a best time for myself (one full lap faster)

Saw Jason Snyder and he recommended the 27.5 in the rear, I changed it and the truck was dialed.

BTW Jason put on a clinic with the 22T and his only mod's were the rear shock oil and brass hinge pin brace. He was absolutely dialed and no one was even close to him.
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Originally Posted by Mudcat981
Had my first run with the 22T last night at Rainman's. "WOW" this truck is awesome. I ran it box stock and it was easy to drive and fast. I even set a best time for myself (one full lap faster)

Saw Jason Snyder and he recommended the 27.5 in the rear, I changed it and the truck was dialed.

BTW Jason put on a clinic with the 22T and his only mod's were the rear shock oil and brass hinge pin brace. He was absolutely dialed and no one was even close to him.
Is kit setup rear or mid motor?

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Originally Posted by xyzracer
Is kit setup rear or mid motor?
Kit setup is for mid, I believe Frank said it's good for rear motor too though but maybe try a green front spring
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Anyone drive it and how's the difference of the two
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what are you guys running for batteries, shorty or full sized packs? I am in the process of building mine I have both types of batteries and want to know what works better for this truck.
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Originally Posted by xyzracer
Is kit setup rear or mid motor?
Kit goes both ways. Most are building and running Mid, that I've seen or heard.

Ive done the mid build myself and ran on a carpet layout last night for its maiden runs and Holy $#!-. I too change just the rear shock oil on the build to 27.5 and was very surprised out how much steering this has and how much corner speed that can be carried. If the next change is just the brass hinge pin block? Im not sure as to why it might be need or exactly what it will do to enhance the drive; but please Frank explain the big difference of before and after the brass change.
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Originally Posted by freebird
Kit goes both ways. Most are building and running Mid, that I've seen or heard.

Ive done the mid build myself and ran on a carpet layout last night for its maiden runs and Holy $#!-. I too change just the rear shock oil on the build to 27.5 and was very surprised out how much steering this has and how much corner speed that can be carried. If the next change is just the brass hinge pin block? Im not sure as to why it might be need or exactly what it will do to enhance the drive; but please Frank explain the big difference of before and after the brass change.
It'll increase rear grip and stability by have a little more weight bias on the rear.
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Originally Posted by Mr. 300
what are you guys running for batteries, shorty or full sized packs? I am in the process of building mine I have both types of batteries and want to know what works better for this truck.
Shorty packs. You can only run the full length sticks if built rear motor I believe!?
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