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Old 05-16-2016, 06:16 PM
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Yeah I want the New Losi 3.0 Stadium Truck as well.
Sticking with Losi Trucks. Ive got the 2.0 Corr Truck so I might as well get the Stadium Truck also.
If 4wd Corr Trucks make a comeback here I'll get the SCTE also.
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For those of you that have performed the Exotek chassis conversion:

On fast turns, does your truck have a tendency to quickly, and sometimes unexpectedly, rotate? I'm running on high-traction and I find that as my truck approaches the limit, the front will grab hard and suddenly the back end wants to come around.

I'm running kit setup except black front springs and brass rear hinge pin mount.
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Originally Posted by MNiceGuy
For those of you that have performed the Exotek chassis conversion:

On fast turns, does your truck have a tendency to quickly, and sometimes unexpectedly, rotate? I'm running on high-traction and I find that as my truck approaches the limit, the front will grab hard and suddenly the back end wants to come around.

I'm running kit setup except black front springs and brass rear hinge pin mount.
I'm getting a little bit of what you are talking about, but in slow->medium speed turns. I don't know if it's lack of chassis flex, or battery placement or what. I have the battery full forward transverse. Moving the shocks all the way inward on the tower seems to have helped a little.
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Originally Posted by tsair
I'm getting a little bit of what you are talking about, but in slow->medium speed turns. I don't know if it's lack of chassis flex, or battery placement or what. I have the battery full forward transverse. Moving the shocks all the way inward on the tower seems to have helped a little.
Thanks for the info. Do you recall experiencing the same thing with the original chassis?
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Originally Posted by MNiceGuy
Thanks for the info. Do you recall experiencing the same thing with the original chassis?
No, but so much has been changing between my local track and my truck, so hard to say what the cause is.
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Originally Posted by tsair
No, but so much has been changing between my local track and my truck, so hard to say what the cause is.
i was having the same issue with my exotek 22T 2.0 until I moved the rear wheel base back; I'm using 3MM in spacers on the arm in front on the hub & 1MM behind the hub. I also use stiffer shock springs (KYO gold & front) at an indoor high bite track...
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Originally Posted by MNiceGuy
I'm running kit setup except black front springs and brass rear hinge pin mount.
Our track is high-grip clay, and I'm going to try removing the brass hinge pin mount. I have a feeling it's not really needed with the Exotek, since there is so much weight already down low. Might reduce the pendulum effect too.
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Just wondering if anyone is running the Spektrum S6270 servo in their truck and if so what is it like?
I知 looking to get some new servos and they seem to be the ones I知 interested in the most
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Originally Posted by KalEl63
Just wondering if anyone is running the Spektrum S6270 servo in their truck and if so what is it like?
I知 looking to get some new servos and they seem to be the ones I知 interested in the most
For $99? Not totally sold on low profile servos myself. I could name several regular servos for less $.
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Originally Posted by KalEl63
Just wondering if anyone is running the Spektrum S6270 servo in their truck and if so what is it like?
I知 looking to get some new servos and they seem to be the ones I知 interested in the most
I have a S6270 in my stock buggy, and I've been happy with it.
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Frank, I was wondering if you could give me a bit of advice Please? I plan on running the 22T 2.0 with the kit set up, Castle Creations SCT 3800kV motor on saddle pack 5700mAh 50C. Bumpy, loose, tight track with some big jumps. Just curious on a what pinion to keep her under control. Plan on running the kit spur gear unless you have better a option.
Thank you.
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Originally Posted by MeasuresMicrons
Frank, I was wondering if you could give me a bit of advice Please? I plan on running the 22T 2.0 with the kit set up, Castle Creations SCT 3800kV motor on saddle pack 5700mAh 50C. Bumpy, loose, tight track with some big jumps. Just curious on a what pinion to keep her under control. Plan on running the kit spur gear unless you have better a option.
Thank you.
Try 1.6mm pistons all around with 35 front and 30 rear oil.
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Thank you kind sir, any recommendations for a pinion?

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Try 1.6mm pistons all around with 35 front and 30 rear oil.
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Originally Posted by MeasuresMicrons
Thank you kind sir, any recommendations for a pinion?
Sorry, I am not familiar with sensorless motors and their gearing.
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Understandable, we're starting to run these 1/10s between the cool down period for the 8's. Trying to get a base line and work off that. Thanks anyway.

Would the Reedy 8.5T be a comparable set-up?


Originally Posted by Frank Root
Sorry, I am not familiar with sensorless motors and their gearing.

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