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Old 06-02-2015, 12:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Sandfreak
So whats everyone using for chassis protector? And anyone making anything to help with parachuting yet?
TLR (two sheets) $10.95, clear with TLR 22 logo, easily scuffs, not as pretty after several runs as the JConcepts brand, but still protects the chassis.

JConcepts (two sheets) $13.95, black with JConcepts Logo, seems a little thicker than the TLR brand and doesn't easily scuff, still looks nice after several runs.
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Old 06-02-2015, 12:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Sandfreak
So whats everyone using for chassis protector? And anyone making anything to help with parachuting yet?
I run a schelle chassis protector
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Old 06-06-2015, 07:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Sandfreak
So whats everyone using for chassis protector? And anyone making anything to help with parachuting yet?
R17 chassis protectors are the best around the 22 2.0 one fits!
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Old 06-06-2015, 09:07 AM
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Thanks for the leads on the protectors but what about the parachuting?
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Originally Posted by 1badgoat
22T 2.0+ Trinity 8.5 motor+ sauced Panther clay compound slicks+ high bite carpet offroad=



Never would have thaught it would happen. The truck was so hooked up I was on the throttle constantly. This thing is awesome!
I also stripped a idle Gear too on high bite clay
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Originally Posted by ProfessorX
I also stripped a idle Gear too on high bite clay
As mentioned a little ways back, you should really consider running both idlers as aluminum when running modified on high bite. Wont have any issues then as long as you grease them up.
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What would be a good gearing for a 13.5? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by MD
What would be a good gearing for a 13.5? Thanks.
really depends on the track.... But for smaller tracks I ran 82/25 7.97 fdr and geared up or down from there I also ran zero timing on esc or end bell.
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Originally Posted by RBraswell
really depends on the track.... But for smaller tracks I ran 82/25 7.97 fdr and geared up or down from there I also ran zero timing on esc or end bell.
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82/25 is a good starting point.
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Old 06-08-2015, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by hacker07
As mentioned a little ways back, you should really consider running both idlers as aluminum when running modified on high bite. Wont have any issues then as long as you grease them up.
I'm not saying that i wasn't warned. I never ran on a high bite carpet track with my 1.0 mm st. Never had this much rear bite before.
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Thanks for the help.
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Old 06-09-2015, 07:53 AM
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Subscribed. Great thread. Makes buying choice easier. Especially when you know the in's and out's. Thanks guys.
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Whats a good starting point for gearing a 6.5 orion vst2. Small track, about 30 second laps
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Originally Posted by mxturd
Whats a good starting point for gearing a 6.5 orion vst2. Small track, about 30 second laps
30s laps?! on a small track? you can always gear 82/17 for a 6.5 up or down a few teeth. Figure out your temps and of course with a 6.5 that is a whole lot of motor.
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Thank you, I was just looking for a starting point, and I'll adjust based on temps
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