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Old 01-22-2015, 05:58 AM
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Old 01-22-2015, 06:00 AM
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I'm glad to see another ST on the market...Now if we can just figure out a way to get rid of all of the SCT's

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Hopefully we can get a comparison of whats exactly different between the 1.0 and the 2.0.

From the description there doesn't seem to be a whole lot.
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Originally Posted by Carranza76 View Post
Hopefully we can get a comparison of whats exactly different between the 1.0 and the 2.0.

From the description there doesn't seem to be a whole lot.
Yea, that's a good question. I'm sure Mr. Root will post some information as usual.
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Let me guess its not coming out intill March or later which is almost the end of the indoor race season on the East coast ? If it comes out sometime next mouth maybe il get this truck or the T5M rather run this than 2wd Buggy !
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March release.
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He is at the Reedy so it may be a while before we hear from anyone at TLR.
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I recently got a SCT, but my heart in is Stadium Trucks. Here's to seeing the class come back, especially at the local racing level.

http://horizonhobby.com/TLR03004

They have some body shots in rear motor configuration.
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Originally Posted by tc5 man View Post
Let me guess its not coming out intill March or later which is almost the end of the indoor race season on the East coast ? If it comes out sometime next mouth maybe il get this truck or the T5M rather run this than 2wd Buggy !
That's what I thought too. Why do companies release indoors kits when indoor season is just about over? I guess it will give you plenty of time to build it for next season though. From what I've read, it looks like the release date is the end of March just like the T5M.

Available For: $299.99*
Retail Price: $339.99
*Available at participating retailers Due Late March, 2015
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I recently got a SCT, but my heart in is Stadium Trucks. Here's to seeing the class come back, especially at the local racing level.
I'm with you on this. I got dragged kicking and screaming into SCT racing and even though I have enjoyed it more than I though I would, it sounds like stadium might make a comeback at our local track. Hopefully a new kit helps get more buzz going about the class.
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I'm with you on this. I got dragged kicking and screaming into SCT racing and even though I have enjoyed it more than I though I would, it sounds like stadium might make a comeback at our local track. Hopefully a new kit helps get more buzz going about the class.
That's literally all we have here. SCT, SCB, and Slash.
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Originally Posted by skeasor View Post
That's what I thought too. Why do companies release indoors kits when indoor season is just about over? I guess it will give you plenty of time to build it for next season though. From what I've read, it looks like the release date is the end of March just like the T5M.

Available For: $299.99*
Retail Price: $339.99
*Available at participating retailers Due Late March, 2015



As far as sales it would make much more sense to come out with it earlyier with it the being the indoor season not to mention getting it to grow class wise at club races/local. But for sure it would give me more time to think and build one next season.
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Default TLR 22T 2.0 Stadium Truck

Well the wait is finally over, TLR just announced a new Stadium Truck. Bring on the revival of the ST class!

Check it out:

http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...rodId=TLR03004

http://www.horizonhobby.com/1-10-22t...kit-p-tlr03004

Parts and Upgrades: http://www.horizonhobby.com/1-10-22t...kit-p-tlr03004

http://www.area52.cc/news/5529-tlr-2...ium-truck.html

http://www.horizonhobby.com/1-10-22t...kit-p-tlr03004



http://www.rccaraction.com/blog/2015...-2-0-revealed/

From TLR

The 22T™ 2.0 kit continues to build on the championship-winning 22™ platform with a host of new features that make it easy for competitors of all experience levels to drive fast. Updates include advanced suspension geometry adapted from the 22 2.0 buggy, a new bell-crank steering system, Gen II shocks with X-ring seals and a thoroughly refined ball differential with tungsten carbide diff balls. You also get popular option parts as well as hardware for both mid- and rear-motor configurations.

Updated Suspension Geometry

New suspension geometry makes the 22T™ 2.0 truck easy to drive, and drive fast. It combines castor blocks from the 22™ 2.0 buggy with 22T 2.0-specific spindles so it’s easier to drive around center. This combination also lets the rear end squat under throttle for better acceleration. Wider rear arms and a narrower hex with less off-set make for easier direction changes and quicker releases from the turns.

Gen II 12mm Big Bore Shocks

The Gen II shocks keep operating friction to a minimum without leaking or weeping oil. This keeps suspension response consistent and significantly reduces maintenance. They deliver a plush ride near the top of their travel but still provide plenty of bottoming resistance when landing big jumps.

Updated parts include:

Longer shock bodies and shafts for increased suspension travel
CNC machined 2-hole 1.6mm and 1.7mm pistons
CNC machined O-ring and guide bushings
New silicone X-ring seals
Ti-Carbo-nitride coated shock shafts
Aluminum bleeder screw shock caps
Over-thread upper shock seals
Finer shock body finish
Designed for Durability

A main focus of the 22 2.0 platform design is durability. Composite components are 15% beefier than most off-road race kits and aluminum parts are used in all the critical areas to reduce wear and the likelihood of costly repairs.

Optimized 22 Differential

The ball differential now features all new components that improve performance and durability:

Larger OD diff rings with surface ground finish
Heat treated thrust washers
Gen II, one-piece diff nut
Outdrive with 2nd operation ring surface machining
Centering pins on the main diff gear
Hard Anodized 7075-T6 Aluminum Chassis

The strength and managed flex characteristics of this chassis make it perfect for competition. Additional milled pockets shave more than 10 grams from its weight without sacrificing any of its strength. The added pockets also let you mount the servo and ESC lower which in turn helps lower the truck’s center of gravity.

Metric Hardware

All screws, nuts and bearings are metric, making the 22T 2.0 kit a truly global racing platform.

Features:

Updated suspension geometry
22™ 2.0 caster blocks with 22T™ 2.0-specific spindles
Wider rear arms for easier direction changes
Gen II shocks with machined piston and x-ring seals
Bell crank steering system for smoother response at every speed
Hard-anodized 7075-T6 aluminum chassis
Updated ball differential with tungsten carbide balls and larger diff rings
TiCN shock shaft, inner hinge pins, and outer threaded hinge pins
Adjustable, hard-mount battery holder
Aluminum rear camber block
New, narrower rear hex with less wheel off-set
Aluminum ball stud washers throughout
Mid- and rear-motor mount parts included
Metric hardware
22T 2.0 body

Specifications:

Type: Stadium Truck
Scale: 1/10
Length: 15.75 in (400mm)
Width: 12.72 in (323.2mm)
Height: 5.63 in (143mm)
Wheelbase: 11.3–11.41 in (286–290mm)
Chassis: 2.5mm 7075-T6 Aluminum
Suspension: Lower A-Arm, Upper Adjustable Link
Drivetrain: 2WD
Motor or Engine: 540 size
Speed Control: Not included
Servos: Not included
Gear Pitch: 48-pitch
Wheel Size: 2.21.89 in (5648mm)
Kit/RTR: Kit
Shock Type: 12mm Big Bore, Oil Filled
Body: 22T Body, unpainted poly carbonate
Ball Bearings: Full Rubber Sealed Ball Bearings
Experience Level: Advanced
Recommended Environment: Outdoor
Assembly Time: 3-5 Hours
Is Assembly Required: Yes

TLR03004 – $299.99
Due Late March, 2015

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http://youtu.be/Y8N663Awkcs

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Old 01-22-2015, 07:45 AM
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ST up from the ashes at last. Glad you electric guys got one at least.

Now, to really get it right, need a nitro option chassis as well. P-l-e-a-s-e Losi. .12 or .15 preferred over .18, o.k?

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Here in AZ it is indoor season year round, the stadium truck class was already crawling to a comeback at SRS with 6 - 10 racers weekly mixed mod and 17.5 but it was coming now with the T5M and the 22T 2.0 I think that it will jump start it much faster and that is great, I too wish Losi had pulled the trigger on a kit they already had the tooling for earlier as I just recently purchased a Team c rear motor stadium truck and am happy with it I dont think I will be switching any time real soon.

In any case CHEERS!!!! to the RErelease of the 22T or upgraded version of the discontinued moodel, Hopefully this one does not get discontinued like the last.
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