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Old 04-06-2016, 09:00 AM
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Originally Posted by walterheard
For this truck which gives better performance ? Brick pack or shorty ?
Brick for Mod
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Old 04-07-2016, 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
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Frank. The manual has 2mm washer under front inner ball stud. But set up sheet has 1mm. Which is stock set up
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I found 2mm to work better for me and give a little more front tire grip on corner entry.
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Originally Posted by walterheard
Frank. The manual has 2mm washer under front inner ball stud. But set up sheet has 1mm. Which is stock set up
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Old 04-08-2016, 12:29 AM
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Hi,

I have recently purchased a TLR 22t 2.0 already built and rtr. I noticed it has side pods, but they are cracked along the inside.
Just wanting some insight on where to purchase them from.

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Originally Posted by JackG
Hi,

I have recently purchased a TLR 22t 2.0 already built and rtr. I noticed it has side pods, but they are cracked along the inside.
Just wanting some insight on where to purchase them from.

Jack
http://www.speedrc.com/product/team-...rd-set-222-0t/
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Old 04-09-2016, 08:21 PM
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I need some help getting rid of a terrible front-end push. I can't get the truck to turn in like I want it to without sliding the rear with either throttle or brake input.

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Loose track, lower grip
Rear motor setup w/ stick lipo

So far I've played around with tires and my biggest improvement has been by putting Holeshots on the front. I then softened up the front a bit through spring tension, however I am now lower than the recommended ride height range according to the manual.

Can someone tell me what to adjust and in what order? I know tires are most important and I think I've got the right tires now, so am I way off on the tune?
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Old 04-09-2016, 09:21 PM
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Going from a full sized stick to a standard light weight shorty may help to provide the single biggest change you are looking for to free up the rear end, if it already is planted or too planted w a full size lipo battery in the rear motor configuration as you describe now. (You can move the shorty once you get one to try out in different positions too to get the balance you're looking for as well. Just an idea worth trying perhaps if everything else is right, I.e. tires, set-up.)
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Old 04-10-2016, 06:17 PM
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I have a question for you guys. ive been fighting going mid motor for a about a year but after many 2nd and 3rd place finishes it's time to go mid motor. so I converted the truck to mm per the manual. but something in the transmission is binding. I put the trans together and outside the truck it spins smooth. put it in the truck and it no longer spins freely. there is nothing hitting the slipper plate and the truck is built per the instructions. I've taken it apart 3 times with the same result each time. please help!
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Old 04-10-2016, 07:20 PM
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I have found that if you over tighten the transmission case screws into the motor plate it can create a bind. Turn them until they're just snug and that should stop the bind
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Originally Posted by sandwich949
I have a question for you guys. ive been fighting going mid motor for a about a year but after many 2nd and 3rd place finishes it's time to go mid motor. so I converted the truck to mm per the manual. but something in the transmission is binding. I put the trans together and outside the truck it spins smooth. put it in the truck and it no longer spins freely. there is nothing hitting the slipper plate and the truck is built per the instructions. I've taken it apart 3 times with the same result each time. please help!
Did you replace the plastic insert in the inner-rear pivot? In mid-motor you need to match the inserts to the anti-squat shim you are running. The correct parts will allow the transmission to sit level, compensating for the height of the pivot.

In rear-motor there is just one insert, and the screws actually thread into it instead of pass through.
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Old 04-11-2016, 07:50 PM
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Check around here: http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...l#post14165826
The binding trans has been discussed before, there are several solutions.
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Old 04-11-2016, 11:18 PM
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thank you guys. I used a dremel around the idler and fixed it right up.
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Just picked up a truck and wondering if the aluminum bulkhead from the buggy will work? If so what is the effect of the added weight on the front of the truck
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Originally Posted by dbracn
Just picked up a truck and wondering if the aluminum bulkhead from the buggy will work? If so what is the effect of the added weight on the front of the truck
Thanks
Yes, and generally will add more traction to the front end of the car.
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