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Old 01-22-2015, 07:27 PM
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OK, talked to my LHS... got the parts needed to upgrade my 1.? to a full blown 2.0 on order can't wait to try these changes....
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Originally Posted by Jrsandiego
Anyone know what battery configuration works with this truck? Square, Saddle, shorty or stick type lipo.
All of the above. Depending on config.

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was gonna get the T5m but I really liked my 22T so I think I may go with that in mm config..haven't decided yet though
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Originally Posted by NitroLuver
was gonna get the T5m but I really liked my 22T so I think I may go with that in mm config..haven't decided yet though
Don't think you will go wrong with either.
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$299.99 @ AMain for pre-order
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Features:
Updated suspension geometry
22™ 2.0 caster blocks with 22T™ 2.0-specific spindles
Wider rear arms for easier direction changes
Gen II shocks with machined piston and x-ring seals
Bell crank steering system for smoother response at every speed
Hard-anodized 7075-T6 aluminum chassis
Updated ball differential with tungsten carbide balls and larger diff rings
TiCN shock shaft, inner hinge pins, and outer threaded hinge pins
Adjustable, hard-mount battery holder
Aluminum rear camber block
Narrower rear hex with less wheel off-set
Aluminum ball stud washers throughout
Mid- and rear-motor mount parts included
Metric hardware
22T 2.0 body

Love the Body, not as sexy as the 1st XXX-T body but close.

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I'd much rather buy the Team Losi since it has out of the box capabilities for rear and mid motor config. I'd imagine the T5 would need extra parts that aren't available yet.
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Originally Posted by Drift_Buggy
Still I much sexier body than the one on the new AE T5M





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.
It's all the bashing that wrecks it for me.
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Old 01-23-2015, 11:51 AM
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Originally Posted by shoman24v
I'd much rather buy the Team Losi since it has out of the box capabilities for rear and mid motor config. I'd imagine the T5 would need extra parts that aren't available yet.
I have a T5M on preorder but now I am reconsidering. I am sure both trucks will be great, but TLR really has included a lot of stuff right out of the box that make the 22T very appealing, not the least of which is the ability to go RM or MM out of the box - and I think the price is very reasonable too considering what they include.
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Old 01-23-2015, 12:03 PM
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22T 2.0 looks a lot sexier than the T5M.
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Old 01-23-2015, 12:08 PM
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Originally Posted by gticlay
It's all the bashing that wrecks it for me.
That's what makes SC so much fun is the contact. I'm not talking about punting people. You can run side by side, put the wheel to someone (without completely punting them) without taking you both out, use them as a brake, etc. Once you "learn" how to drive SC, it's a lot of fun to trade paint! Buggy is for clean racing, but in SC....IT'S ON!
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Originally Posted by Aaron P
That's what makes SC so much fun is the contact. I'm not talking about punting people. You can run side by side, put the wheel to someone (without completely punting them) without taking you both out, use them as a brake, etc. Once you "learn" how to drive SC, it's a lot of fun to trade paint! Buggy is for clean racing, but in SC....IT'S ON!
Kinda like putting those rails up at the bowling alley so you can't gutter-ball it.
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Old 01-24-2015, 03:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Aaron P
That's what makes SC so much fun is the contact. I'm not talking about punting people. You can run side by side, put the wheel to someone (without completely punting them) without taking you both out, use them as a brake, etc. Once you "learn" how to drive SC, it's a lot of fun to trade paint! Buggy is for clean racing, but in SC....IT'S ON!
trading paint, and rubbing is fun in SC, but it always degrades to a punt fest. We always cringe when the Slash dudes arrive, cause it starts out sane, but quickly gets out of hand, people jumping onto the straight, going backwards on the track. If this is fun, I will take no fun any day. too many times have SC drivers broken my car "having fun" the sooner the class goes back to bashing in a school yard and are off my local tracks, the better off I will be. Its not all SC drivers, but it sure as s*** is at least 99% of them.
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Originally Posted by shoman24v
I'd much rather buy the Team Losi since it has out of the box capabilities for rear and mid motor config. I'd imagine the T5 would need extra parts that aren't available yet.
And just like the B5M, it wont have a usable setup for months. No thanks. I see nothing in the new parts that Phends Nats winning setup from last year in Mid-Motor that will not translate damn good into the new truck. AE will have a centro T4.2 setup before they have a good T5M setup.
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Old 01-24-2015, 05:02 AM
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Both the T5M and the 22T 2.0 will be great. Neither has been released yet, but the fanboy trashing of the evil other truck is already there. Sad but true, you really can't read any AE and TLR threads on rctech if you are just looking for proper information.
By the way, it is spelled Schuur Speed like in NitroLuver's sig, not Shurr Speed.
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I agree with the bad timing on releasing these kits. A march release misses all of the parts of the country where we have winter. I get that some people run these year round, but it seems that in NE Ohio we run 8th scale outside, then migrate to 10th in the winter.
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