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Old 06-08-2016, 12:40 PM
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Originally Posted by ryan432greening
Are there any aftermarket companies that make a drastically different body for these things? Seems like the creativity would be pretty limited in this division.
Jconcepts makes a body but I like running oem bodies on my tlr cars.
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Old 06-08-2016, 01:17 PM
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Originally Posted by ryan432greening
Are there any aftermarket companies that make a drastically different body for these things? Seems like the creativity would be pretty limited in this division.
PL makes the enforcer st body for the T5M; I'm not sure if it will fit on a 22T.

I'm currently using the JC Finisher body on my MM 22T
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Anyone using a Schelle slipper setup on their 22T 2.0? Thoughts? Opinions?
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Originally Posted by ryan432greening
Anyone using a Schelle slipper setup on their 22T 2.0? Thoughts? Opinions?
I am (well Avid, but they are the same). We run 13.5t and it dropped a few grams off the drivetrain which was noticeable acceleration-wise. Quick post on this:

http://razorrc.tumblr.com/post/14464...or-not-to-slip

I'm going to try it with some garodisc pads in the next few days.

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Old 06-08-2016, 03:00 PM
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Originally Posted by tsair
I am (well Avid, but they are the same). We run 13.5t and it dropped a few grams off the drivetrain which was noticeable acceleration-wise. Quick post on this:

http://razorrc.tumblr.com/post/14464...or-not-to-slip

I'm going to try it with some garodisc pads in the next few days.
Do you run a combination of white and red pads? Wondering how that whole tuning side of things works.
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Originally Posted by ryan432greening
Do you run a combination of white and red pads? Wondering how that whole tuning side of things works.
I run two red and a white. With the TLR trucks, I find the slippers take quite a bit of abuse compared to a buggy. I assume because of the big tires and heavier weight of the trucks. With 13.5 on high-grip, I also don't need/want much slip.

2 or 3 reds is probably the way to go IME.
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Old 06-08-2016, 03:44 PM
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Originally Posted by ryan432greening
Your local track lets you race Stadium Trucks against Short Course Trucks? That's awesome for you and not so awesome for them
Haha yeah, it's actually bring what you got 1/10 and under. We don't get points though for the season, it's just for fun as there is only a few of us. It's only club level that we can. When they have big events then Sct only. Hopefully when I get better more ppl will like Stadium truck and we get our own class. When I say better when I'm ripping past everyone they see how good they are
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Old 06-08-2016, 04:06 PM
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Originally Posted by yoshgixxer
I never had any issues with the stock slipper. And i run a orion 7.5 with 100c batterys. Slipper set to wheelie 3" or so on thr bench. If im rollin a few mph and punch it, it will still wheelie up, but it gives me no issues exiting corners on power
I've rebuilt my ball diff same as Jason Snyder has posted in this forum but no matter how much I tighten slipper it just won't lift. I'm running mm with shorty pack. Any advice. Motor has enough power as lifts in my other stadium truck. Got me stumped
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Originally Posted by Grimmlar
I've rebuilt my ball diff same as Jason Snyder has posted in this forum but no matter how much I tighten slipper it just won't lift. I'm running mm with shorty pack. Any advice. Motor has enough power as lifts in my other stadium truck. Got me stumped
What motor and gearing combo?
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Hi. Was doing some browsing and someone mentioned that the ball diff nut is on the left side looking from the back. However. I'm sure the manual says that this is correct IF your running rear motor setup and it's on the right for Mid Motor. Is this correct maybe I've got mine wrong hence it won't lift during slipper test
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Originally Posted by tsair
What motor and gearing combo?
It's a Orion 13.5t combo. Basic combo. Gearing I'm not sure. But same combo in another truck is good and it lifts
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Originally Posted by Grimmlar
Hi. Was doing some browsing and someone mentioned that the ball diff nut is on the left side looking from the back. However. I'm sure the manual says that this is correct IF your running rear motor setup and it's on the right for Mid Motor. Is this correct maybe I've got mine wrong hence it won't lift during slipper test
By the manual its on the Left looking from the rear, RM & MM.
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Originally Posted by Grimmlar
I've rebuilt my ball diff same as Jason Snyder has posted in this forum but no matter how much I tighten slipper it just won't lift. I'm running mm with shorty pack. Any advice. Motor has enough power as lifts in my other stadium truck. Got me stumped
Originally Posted by Grimmlar
Hi. Was doing some browsing and someone mentioned that the ball diff nut is on the left side looking from the back. However. I'm sure the manual says that this is correct IF your running rear motor setup and it's on the right for Mid Motor. Is this correct maybe I've got mine wrong hence it won't lift during slipper test
Performance wise, it doesn't matter which side of the car the diff screw head is on. I always put it away from the slipper/spur so that it is easier to access for adjustment.

Watch Matt Castellano's diff and slipper video we did a while ago. I haven't seen the Jason Snyder video, but I know Matt's is spot on.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EToj2yX76NU

Building a TLR 22 Diff with Matt Castellano
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Hey thanks guys. I'm glad you said it doesn't matter what side the diff nut goes because mine is in the right away from slipper. I've got the manual and it definitely says left side for rm and right side for mm. However lol this is the manual for the 22t. Not the 2.0. I know this is 2.0 thread but didn't think it would make a difference. Thanks guys

Edit: looking on 2.0 manual it does say left side. Mentions nothing about rm or mm. Quick look on my phone
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