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Old 01-27-2015, 08:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
Yes, but they aren't quite ready yet. Hopefully within a week or two.



30* pivot with 5* 2.0 caster blocks. The spindles are different geometry than TLR334005.



Yes, comes with both bodies, but only one set of wheels now. Bodies are not pre-cut like the previous version though.
The rear shocks are from the SCT 2.0 correct? Have my kit pre-ordered, and want to get the upgrades for my existing truck to run mod mid-motor.
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Old 01-27-2015, 08:47 AM
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Originally Posted by jpcopeland1
The rear shocks are from the SCT 2.0 correct? Have my kit pre-ordered, and want to get the upgrades for my existing truck to run mod mid-motor.
Yes, the shock body and shaft...
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Old 01-27-2015, 10:46 AM
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I'm not sure if it has been asked or not.. But is the mid motor body the same from the old truck?
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Originally Posted by zippygraphix
I'm not sure if it has been asked or not.. But is the mid motor body the same from the old truck?
Yes, the bodies are unchanged.
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Wings my good man we need wings for this MM body... I know I know....







Originally Posted by zippygraphix
I'm not sure if it has been asked or not.. But is the mid motor body the same from the old truck?
Originally Posted by Frank Root
Yes, the bodies are unchanged.
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Old 01-27-2015, 11:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Frank Root



Quite a few. All the hardware, shock internals, steering parts, mud guards, tranny, caster blocks, rear hubs, etc. Not too many parts that are different, just shock towers, arms, front spindle, rear hex, shock shaft/body, body, chassis.
Steering parts?

Doesn't the ST have the bell crank system?
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Originally Posted by Jamie James
Steering parts?

Doesn't the ST have the bell crank system?
Yes, it does use bellcranks...just easier to forget now for him I am sure as the sct had them so now its part of the norm
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
Yes, the bodies are unchanged.
Cool. Thanks frank. And good job this weekend TLR.
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Is Horizon/TLR going to do a video for the truck? Possibly a review?
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Old 01-27-2015, 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted by elikeatts
Is Horizon/TLR going to do a video for the truck? Possibly a review?
Like these?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8N663Awkcs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvMS20cSIPk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9k5P_ThOh4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWhIDalrxQg
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Dang, they just didn't turn up when I searched for them. Thanks for the great videos!
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Originally Posted by tc5 man
On the East coast outdoor tracks yes there is no outdoor track that a ST or any 2wd Buggy can really run on with the surface. With 1/8 scale and 1/10 SC 4wd running on it not to mention its becomes low traction when its hot .

There is no 1/10 outdoor track accept one in NJ that's been running for years but the other tracks no. I did run 1/10 Mod truck at that NJ outdoor track years ago that was a smooth track that was a clay mixed.

So yea 2wd mostly really only ran indoors .
That is what a water hose is for...give some traction when the track is dry.
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Originally Posted by elikeatts
Invent a time machine and go back in time and kill the guy at traxxas who first thought up and proposed the idea for the slash. Lol

No, but I agree 100%. Wish SCT would go away for good.
The Slash was a great idea when it was a toy...it is the idiot that desired it was a great idea to have a spec class where they sell indestructible tanks to rookies...that is the person that needs to be strung up.
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Originally Posted by BrianTx01
The Slash was a great idea when it was a toy...it is the idiot that desired it was a great idea to have a spec class where they sell indestructible tanks to rookies...that is the person that needs to be strung up.
Well, I got carried away when I said this. I don't really wish for them to die off. They are excellent for the average racer to have fun in the hobby.
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I was seriously thinking of getting the 22sct 2.0, but I just cant get past smash and bash racing. But it seems that ST may make a comeback and I love ST racing. Now with this new truck Im so getting one.

SCT needs to stay. It has saved RC racing and it has its place along with the other classes. I believe it is ideal for beginners and young kids. When my son started at 5 yrs old he had my old RC-10T and did ok in rookie class but he would have had a better transition if SCT had been around. Plus I could have saved some $$$ in having to repair his truck constantly while he was learning to turn the damn thing :-)
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