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Old 04-16-2015, 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by StadiumRC
Does TLR offer a Titanium turnbuckle set for the 22T 2.0? I looked around and didn't see one for the 2.0 yet.
Sorry but there is nothing made from TLR at this time.
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Old 04-16-2015, 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Cojex1
I purchased kyosho big bore medium (gold) springs for my 22t 2.0 kit. The numbers are xgs034 for rears and xgs024 for fronts. They are longer than losi springs? Are these right and will they work?
Yes they should fit just fine. I put X-Gear springs on my 22SCT but I haven't felt the need on the 22T yet. Only have one night with it so far though, and I was on the wrong tires so I may change my mind.
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Old 04-16-2015, 03:30 PM
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I finally got some track time today running my 22T which I just converted to 2.0 status. I run rear motor, truck drove more planted in the rear end. I had smoother steering in the turns, felt more like it was carving the turn rather than sliding through. Especially when getting onto the straight it didn't want to loop out as it previously did. I could get on the gas earlier and harder. Very happy so far. True test will be at this Sunday's trophy race.
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Old 04-17-2015, 10:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Jack Bonhomme
I finally got some track time today running my 22T which I just converted to 2.0 status. I run rear motor, truck drove more planted in the rear end. I had smoother steering in the turns, felt more like it was carving the turn rather than sliding through. Especially when getting onto the straight it didn't want to loop out as it previously did. I could get on the gas earlier and harder. Very happy so far. True test will be at this Sunday's trophy race.
This accurately describes exactly what I experienced with my truck. The steering felt like it actually carried the truck rather than.. hmm... throwing it a general direction. It felt more stuck to the track in the corners and under straight acceleration. My old 22T would often get "wishy-washy" at speed down the long straights but the new truck just hunkers down and goes fast.

Last week on race day after my first qualifier I came in 2nd (I was really taking it easy, maiden voyage and all). Then round 2 came up and I smashed TQ by 10 seconds. I had several people ask "what did you change?" and I had to tell them"Nothing, I just drove it harder." This truck will definitely hold up under aggressive driving.
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Old 04-17-2015, 11:32 AM
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Originally Posted by 68pontiac
"Nothing, I just drove it harder."
Gotta love it!
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Old 04-17-2015, 12:11 PM
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Originally Posted by tkge
Gotta love it!
My first run, I beat my track personal best by a full lap!

If anyone ask what car to buy I will definitely say the TLR 22T 2.0! Can't beat it, for $330 (tax and shipping) you get it all, no extra parts needed.

This needs to be the "RC Vehicle of the Year" !!!!!
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Old 04-17-2015, 12:29 PM
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I have a question! I just added the new 2.0 steering system to my 22T. It installed fine but it feels like it has a catch in it. And I am not getting a fool range of steering left to right? Anyone else have this problem?
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Old 04-17-2015, 12:39 PM
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Originally Posted by bigco66
I have a question! I just added the new 2.0 steering system to my 22T. It installed fine but it feels like it has a catch in it. And I am not getting a fool range of steering left to right? Anyone else have this problem?
Did you use the 2mm spindles? The 22T uses the 2mm spindles not the 4mm.
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Old 04-17-2015, 03:19 PM
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Originally Posted by freebird
Don't worry about sheets yet. Run what Frank has suggested; make good tire choices and you should be good. adjust your camber depending on traction. Start it about 1.25-1.5
Why are you telling us what to worry about? I race at SRS and Ryan won stadium truck at Cactus there, it would be nice to know what he was using.... They posted Reedy set up like a week after he won that race. Please post set up sheets soon!!!
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
We would lose money making them. Sorry to inform you, but we cannot make products that we know will lose money.
So how about set up sheets from Cactus Frank?
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Old 04-17-2015, 03:28 PM
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Hey guys I have a question...

The part number for the plastic kit 22T 2.0 rear hexes (TLR2937) are for the sct. I'm going to upgrade to aluminum hexes so I figured on standard aluminum hexes for the sct (TLR2933) but Amain shows that hose hexes are only compatible with the sct while they also show the aluminum hexes for the original 22T (TLR2938) are compatible.

I just want aluminum versions of the stock so I should order the sct's TLR2933, right?
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Originally Posted by marvngen
Hey guys I have a question...

The part number for the plastic kit 22T 2.0 rear hexes (TLR2937) are for the sct. I'm going to upgrade to aluminum hexes so I figured on standard aluminum hexes for the sct (TLR2933) but Amain shows that hose hexes are only compatible with the sct while they also show the aluminum hexes for the original 22T (TLR2938) are compatible.

I just want aluminum versions of the stock so I should order the sct's TLR2933, right?
SCT is correct, if you look at the kit the plastic ones have SCT stamped on them.
Here are the correct numbers:

TLR2933 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hex Set (Standard Width)<--- recommended width
TLR2934 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hex Set (+.75mm)
TLR2935 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hex Set (+1.5mm)
TLR2941 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Front Hex Set
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Originally Posted by Mudcat981
SCT is correct, if you look at the kit the plastic ones have SCT stamped on them.
Here are the correct numbers:

TLR2933 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hex Set (Standard Width)<--- recommended width
TLR2934 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hex Set (+.75mm)
TLR2935 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hex Set (+1.5mm)
TLR2941 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Front Hex Set
Thanks Mudcat! That's what I needed to know!
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Originally Posted by Mudcat981
SCT is correct, if you look at the kit the plastic ones have SCT stamped on them.
Here are the correct numbers:

TLR2933 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hex Set (Standard Width)<--- recommended width
TLR2934 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hex Set (+.75mm)
TLR2935 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Rear Hex Set (+1.5mm)
TLR2941 Team Losi Racing Aluminum Front Hex Set
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I bought TLR2933 and TLR2941 for mine. Also bought aluminum ballstud washers. That's it for me as far as "hop ups" go.
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Old 04-17-2015, 07:53 PM
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Originally Posted by StadiumRC
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I bought TLR2933 and TLR2941 for mine. Also bought aluminum ballstud washers. That's it for me as far as "hop ups" go.
I ordered those today, should be here next week.
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