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Old 05-04-2016, 02:28 PM
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Box stock chassis:





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Car with Exotek chassis:





All wired up with new ESC. Excuse the wiring job, this is temporary until I get the 3-gear.

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Old 05-04-2016, 02:38 PM
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Im going to be buying one next year.
Finishing the year out with the Durango and next year ill get one.
By then they should have a new version of this truck availible.
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Originally Posted by MNiceGuy
With the Exotek it seems the unstable rear is back which at my level of understanding is baffling. The heft of the battery is now much more rearword so I would expect rear traction to increase and make the front more likely to push. The opposite is true. The front digs in like nobody's business and if left unchecked, the rear will rotate around very quickly.
FYI, I'm trying out my Exotek and noticed a similar behavior. Shorty all the way back, the truck tends to rotate better in 180 degree turns and off-power. Shorty all the way up centralizes the weight and gives more stable high-speed steering, but makes it more difficult to rotate the car. The car tends to pitch less back and forth.

So far I like shorty placed back on my tight indoor high-bite clay track.
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Old 05-07-2016, 08:35 AM
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Does anybody know if there is are aluminum spindles that will work on this truck? I broke a plastic one last raceday and the racetrack shop didn't have replacements since these spindles are unique to the 22t 2.0????

I got through the nite by putting in the 22 2.0 spindles but had to over extend the steering tie rods, and the truck didn't steer nearly as well as with the correct spindles.

Can anyone chime in??? Thanks!
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Any set up changes need for outside med traction ?
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Does anyone know when the lightweight chassis was released? I keep up with the threads here and don't recall hearing about it before this, just curious.
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Originally Posted by nitrousdave
Does anyone know when the lightweight chassis was released? I keep up with the threads here and don't recall hearing about it before this, just curious.
See post 967. I think all replacement chassis are the lightweight one, you can only get the heavy one in a new kit.
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Old 05-09-2016, 01:33 AM
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I've read a lot of these forums on the 22T and the 22T 2.0, but I was hoping someone could tell me what are the must haves to improve my 22T 1.0. I have the new bellcrank system and that's it. I'm racing on a outside 1/8 track. Please don't say everything lol. Maybe even a bigger ask is to seperate the items that work together, because some parts may not work without the other.
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tsair, I think you may need to calibrate your scale. I got my lightweight chassis today and weighed them and came up with different results. Was your stock chassis from an RTR truck? My stock one has more milling on it and weighs less.
The first picture is a 4 oz weight, 4 oz=113.398 grams
Second is a my stock chassis and third is the lightweight one. I bought two lightweight ones and they are within a couple tenths of a gram of each other.





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Regarding the new 3 gear mid motor conversion, do we still run the kit setup, or must we make changes due to the new tyranny layout? I love the kit setup, I actually run it as a rear motor truck. Just wondering if I'll have to redo my suspension settings AND convert the truck to mid motor?
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Originally Posted by nitrousdave
tsair, I think you may need to calibrate your scale. I got my lightweight chassis today and weighed them and came up with different results. Was your stock chassis from an RTR truck? My stock one has more milling on it and weighs less.
Weird... thanks for the measurements.

I bought my 2.0 used, so maybe the original chassis is from a 1.0 or something? Or they made a running change?

The only thing I could find around the house to check is my iPad, which measured at 651g and the spec says it's 650g, so I don't know what's up. You made sure to get the painted carbon fiber TLR chassis, right?
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Originally Posted by nitrousdave
This looks like the 1.0 chassis if the amain picture is correct:

https://www.amainhobbies.com/team-lo...lr4140/p212550
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Yes, mine is a 1.0 kit chassis. I suspect yours is an RTR chassis due to the limited amount of milling on it and also explains the weight difference between yours and mine. I was hoping to save a little more weight with the new chassis but I'm also switching to a justock esc so I'll still lose about 45 grams between the two changes.
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Originally Posted by nitrousdave
Yes, mine is a 1.0 kit chassis. I suspect yours is an RTR chassis due to the limited amount of milling on it and also explains the weight difference between yours and mine. I was hoping to save a little more weight with the new chassis but I'm also switching to a justock esc so I'll still lose about 45 grams between the two changes.
Nice.

I took a look at some 2.0 unboxing videos and they show the full, heavy chassis like mine, so it looks like the 2.0 is just the heaviest of the 3 versions.
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I was thinking of buying a New Stadium Truck . I know the 22t 2.0 is the current truck Has anyone heard of a new truck coming soon?
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