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Old 04-28-2016, 12:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...odID=TLR332056

We have a 3-gear tranny for the 22 2.0 vehicles (included the 22T 2.0 and 22SCT 2.0) that will release in May 2016. It included the motor plate, tranny cases, water fall, spacer, and an aluminum idler. Get one on back order today!
For those of us that have done a chassis conversion and have a non-TLR waterfall, is the one included in this kit the same as the original, 4-gear version?
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Old 04-28-2016, 02:21 PM
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Originally Posted by MNiceGuy
For those of us that have done a chassis conversion and have a non-TLR waterfall, is the one included in this kit the same as the original, 4-gear version?
It is not, the long side will need to be machined/ground down to the be the same length as the short side.
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...odID=TLR332056

We have a 3-gear tranny for the 22 2.0 vehicles (included the 22T 2.0 and 22SCT 2.0) that will release in May 2016. It included the motor plate, tranny cases, water fall, spacer, and an aluminum idler. Get one on back order today!
I assume (hope) this is compatible with the Exotek chassis?
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Originally Posted by tsair
I assume (hope) this is compatible with the Exotek chassis?
I'm not familiar with their chassis, but it fits the TLR 2.0 chassis' without modification so I'd *assume* it would fit theirs. You might check with the guys over at Exotek to be sure.
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...odID=TLR332056

We have a 3-gear tranny for the 22 2.0 vehicles (included the 22T 2.0 and 22SCT 2.0) that will release in May 2016. It included the motor plate, tranny cases, water fall, spacer, and an aluminum idler. Get one on back order today!
Just to clarify, is the 3 gear tranny compatible with the legacy 22sct?
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Originally Posted by DriveItLikeYSIT
Just to clarify, is the 3 gear tranny compatible with the legacy 22sct?
Yes, 1.0 or 2.0.
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
Yes, 1.0 or 2.0.
Thanks for replying so quickly! Sorry for posting on the wrong thread; i've been bouncing back and forth between the 22t and 22sct threads..
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Does the new transmission change the motor position in relation to the diff?
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Originally Posted by sealclubber253
Does the new transmission change the motor position in relation to the diff?
Frank replied in another thread that the motor stays in the same spot.
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How do you remove the side ballast weight from the pods? They are not screwed in but I can not get them out. Do you have to use a screwdriver to pry them out?
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Just wondering what does everyone run for antiquated on high bite clay..1 or 2 degrees? Buggy was 2 degrees but truck says 1. What would be the difference?
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Originally Posted by larsif
How do you remove the side ballast weight from the pods? They are not screwed in but I can not get them out. Do you have to use a screwdriver to pry them out?
They are a tight fit, I have to use something to pop them out. Doesn't take much force just something to grab with.
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Originally Posted by dbracn
Just wondering what does everyone run for antiquated on high bite clay..1 or 2 degrees? Buggy was 2 degrees but truck says 1. What would be the difference?
I don't have the truck yet as I plan on getting one within a few weeks. However, I can answer your question. One degree of antisquat should provide more side bite through the corner; where two degrees will free the buggy/truck up. I have also found more antisquat to give a little more pop off jumps as well.
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I have the original T2.0 chassis, the lightweight TLR T2.0 chassis, and the Exotek chassis and thought it'd be useful to share my weight difference findings.

- Weight -

Box T2.0 chassis: 133g
Lightweight T2.0 chassis: 101g
Exotek T2.0 chassis: ~128g*

*The Exotek chassis is counting a change from my Exotek battery tray + inline battery mount to the Exotek battery strap, so it's not an exact apples to apples comparison since the battery trays are different. But this should give you an idea of the weight differences.

So for stock racing, the lightweight/milled TLR chassis is probably going to be the best choice. For loose conditions, I imagine the Exotek transverse battery will be best. I'll provide more of my thoughts when I get a chance to run it.
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Originally Posted by dbracn
Just wondering what does everyone run for antiquated on high bite clay..1 or 2 degrees? Buggy was 2 degrees but truck says 1. What would be the difference?
http://www.rcdriver.com/tune-with-anti-squat/
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