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Old 01-22-2015, 11:29 AM
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Originally Posted by xyzracer View Post
There were 6 st's at rainmans last night and the owner is running free entries for the class to help bring it back.
Nice.
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Old 01-22-2015, 11:45 AM
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We have 30+ stadium trucks showing up at our local club race. It's such a fun class because you can bolt in some serious power (I run same motor as in my 4wd). I'm super happy to see that it comes with the rear motor option as well.
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Originally Posted by gticlay View Post
We have 30+ stadium trucks showing up at our local club race. It's such a fun class because you can bolt in some serious power (I run same motor as in my 4wd). I'm super happy to see that it comes with the rear motor option as well.
Yes it is good that they included both layouts like the original. Best though is its price. Cheaper then a 22 2.0 or SCT 2.0. Apparently TLR doesn't want the Losi/TLR Race Truck lineage to die.
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Looking at the pics it appears the rear shock towers come with 4 holes vs. the standard 3.

Also comes with the new bell-crank steering.
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Ugh, two threads now merged into one.
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Old 01-22-2015, 12:17 PM
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ST is alive and well in SLC. Very happy to see an updated truck...
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Default 22T 1.0 to a 22T 2.0

I just took a quick look at what i could find to make your 22T 1.0 a 22T 2.0.... This is just what i have found, could be more.... I didn't price out the new transmission, your prob not going to update that from your 1.0....

TLR 22T 2.0 upgrades for your 1.0 TLR Part # Price
2.0 Buggy/SCT Rear Hubs (front spindles set) TLR234007 11.75
TLR 22 2.0 Caster Block Set TLR234006 10.99
22T 2.0 Front Spindles 2mm Trailing TLR234044 7.99
Driveshafts and Axles TLR232031 37.99
CVA Driveshaft Bone TLR232032 20.89
Bell Crank Steering System TLR231027 33.24
SCT Standard Rear Hex (front and rear) TLR2937 5.09
22T 2.0 Rear Arm TLR234042 11.99
SCT 2.0 Rear Shock Shaft TiCN (2) TLR233015 10.99
SCT 2.0 Rear Shock Body (2) TLR233016 26.59
Shock Piston 1.5 machined TLR233008 14.99
Shock Piston 1.6 machined TLR233009 14.99
TLR Bleeder shock caps (2) TLR5065 19.99
TLR Seal Set X-Rings TLR233005 6.99
TLR Shock Bushing Set, Machined (4) TLR233006 15.99
Hinge Pin Set, TiCN TLR234003 26.59
New Chassis TLR231033 58.49
FRONT Shock Shaft TiCN (22T 1.0 body is same)TLR233002 10.99

Total: $346.53 Just in upgrades to get your 1.0 to what the 2.0 will come with...
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Old 01-22-2015, 12:22 PM
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Looks like a great truck.

Originally Posted by skeasor View Post
I'm glad to see another ST on the market...Now if we can just figure out a way to get rid of all of the SCT's

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Why would you want that? SCT's are a boon to the industry.
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Old 01-22-2015, 12:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Pdub66 View Post
I just took a quick look at what i could find to make your 22T 1.0 a 22T 2.0.... This is just what i have found, could be more.... I didn't price out the new transmission, your prob not going to update that from your 1.0....

TLR 22T 2.0 upgrades for your 1.0 TLR Part # Price
2.0 Buggy/SCT Rear Hubs (front spindles set) TLR234007 11.75
TLR 22 2.0 Caster Block Set TLR234006 10.99
22T 2.0 Front Spindles 2mm Trailing TLR234044 7.99
Driveshafts and Axles TLR232031 37.99
CVA Driveshaft Bone TLR232032 20.89
Bell Crank Steering System TLR231027 33.24
SCT Standard Rear Hex (front and rear) TLR2937 5.09
22T 2.0 Rear Arm TLR234042 11.99
SCT 2.0 Rear Shock Shaft TiCN (2) TLR233015 10.99
SCT 2.0 Rear Shock Body (2) TLR233016 26.59
Shock Piston 1.5 machined TLR233008 14.99
Shock Piston 1.6 machined TLR233009 14.99
TLR Bleeder shock caps (2) TLR5065 19.99
TLR Seal Set X-Rings TLR233005 6.99
TLR Shock Bushing Set, Machined (4) TLR233006 15.99
Hinge Pin Set, TiCN TLR234003 26.59
New Chassis TLR231033 58.49
FRONT Shock Shaft TiCN (22T 1.0 body is same)TLR233002 10.99

Total: $346.53 Just in upgrades to get your 1.0 to what the 2.0 will come with...
You forgot hd ball cups and hd turn buckles.

But honestly there are a lot of guys like me that have already have a near 22T 2.0 since we have upgraded with 22 2.0 and 22 sct 2.0 parts. So the amount left over to spend is the rear arms, rear cvd bones, rear sct hexs, fronts spindles. Far cheaper than $299 for me to upgrade than start all over.
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Originally Posted by Beaker151 View Post
You forgot hd ball cups and hd turn buckles.

But honestly there are a lot of guys like me that have already have a near 22T 2.0 since we have upgraded with 22 2.0 and 22 sct 2.0 parts. So the amount left over to spend is the rear arms, rear cvd bones, rear sct hexs, fronts spindles. Far cheaper than $299 for me to upgrade than start all over.
I'm in the same boat, almost 2.0 just need what you have listed above.
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Originally Posted by blade329 View Post
Looks like a great truck.



Why would you want that? SCT's are a boon to the industry.
You are right but it seems like people that start out in SCT stay in SCT...at least at some of the tracks I've been to, it seems that way. Besides, it's time for something different.
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SCT needs to dissapear asap!!!! Love stadium truck and will be picking up one of these to complete the 22 lineup.
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Originally Posted by RB5SP View Post
SCT needs to dissapear asap!!!! Love stadium truck and will be picking up one of these to complete the 22 lineup.
hah I see you already updated your signature too!
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Originally Posted by RB5SP View Post
SCT needs to dissapear asap!
I understand what you mean with this statement but to seriously suggest we kill off an entire class of cars to make room for the stadium trucks we love is horrible. The die-hard short course guys would say that stadium truck needs to stay dead so they can enjoy their class. Honestly, we should be promoting the success of all racing classes. It's just kinda crappy to suggest that something that somebody else finds enjoyable needs to "disappear" because you enjoy something different. I like Coke but Pepsi doesn't need to disappear because of it.
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Originally Posted by ThePanda View Post
The price is good, the stock body (my opinion) could use some work though.

The market need more stadium trucks like this.
Still I much sexier body than the one on the new AE T5M

Originally Posted by RB5SP View Post
SCT needs to dissapear asap!!!! Love stadium truck and will be picking up one of these to complete the 22 lineup.
Originally Posted by 68pontiac View Post
I understand what you mean with this statement but to seriously suggest we kill off an entire class of cars to make room for the stadium trucks we love is horrible. The die-hard short course guys would say that stadium truck needs to stay dead so they can enjoy their class. Honestly, we should be promoting the success of all racing classes. It's just kinda crappy to suggest that something that somebody else finds enjoyable needs to "disappear" because you enjoy something different. I like Coke but Pepsi doesn't need to disappear because of it.
Well Said Most people that have sctphobia have either not owned one or didn't know how to set one up correctly. ST was one of my favorite classes (both electric and nitro). As much as I didn't like it when the class starting dieing all those years ago, I would miss SCT more than the ST class.
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