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Old 07-21-2016, 08:33 PM   #16
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New to the Scte platform, are there any required upgrades for this truck regarding durability? Obviously tuning parts will be needed but any must have upgrades?
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New to the Scte platform, are there any required upgrades for this truck regarding durability? Obviously tuning parts will be needed but any must have upgrades?
An aluminum servo horn is a good upgrade, but not required. I actually have the molded one on my truck right now. Same with aluminum rear hubs. That's about it though...
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An aluminum servo horn is a good upgrade, but not required. I actually have the molded one on my truck right now. Same with aluminum rear hubs. That's about it though...
Do you have a part # for the clamping wheel hexes?

Would recommend the stock 3.0 shock springs at a loamy outdoor track? If, not then what springs would you suggest?
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Frank, how much does this truck weigh with electronics, not that it matters. Just curious. I think I'll have to sell my current 4x4 as a roller. I've been looking for a new 4x4 SCT. I just found it. Nice truck!
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why did they go with the 22 series of shocks instead of 8ight series shocks?
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Old 07-21-2016, 10:42 PM   #21
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why did they go with the 22 series of shocks instead of 8ight series shocks?
Less weight, lower CG.

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Do you have a part # for the clamping wheel hexes?

Would recommend the stock 3.0 shock springs at a loamy outdoor track? If, not then what springs would you suggest?
LOSB3493 for the front.
TLR332014 for the rear.

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Frank, how much does this truck weigh with electronics, not that it matters. Just curious. I think I'll have to sell my current 4x4 as a roller. I've been looking for a new 4x4 SCT. I just found it. Nice truck!
2491g, without body. I just remembered, I have titanium screws, turnbuckles and aluminum 5-40 nuts on my truck. Sorry, I forgot to mention that.
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Less weight, lower CG.



LOSB3493 for the front.
TLR332014 for the rear.



2491g, without body.
WOW! That's a light truck. Awesome!
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WOW! That's a light truck. Awesome!
Truck should be dialed indoors but the weight is a concern for outdoors. Every track I race is low bite and blown out and the heavier/wider cars seem to be the ticket.
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Truck should be dialed indoors but the weight is a concern for outdoors. Every track I race is low bite and blown out and the heavier/wider cars seem to be the ticket.
If the suspension is dialed in for the weight, I can't think of one form of racing that prefers a heavier car to a lighter one.
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If the suspension is dialed in for the weight, I can't think of one form of racing that prefers a heavier car to a lighter one.
SCT's have huge bodies and wind affects them too much, the lighter the worse.
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SCT's have huge bodies and wind affects them too much, the lighter the worse.
Maifield and Phend are running the SCTE 3.0 this weekend and Nationals. We'll see how it goes
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Someone should really tell Mayfield that his truck is too light and narrow to be TQ 14 seconds over second right now on a big low bite track.
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Maifield and Phend are running the SCTE 3.0 this weekend and Nationals. We'll see how it goes
Good luck Dakotah!


This is what I mean by wind

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So whats the list to convert the 2.0 to the 3.0? I would like that chassis and i already have the 22 shock conversion.
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So whats the list to convert the 2.0 to the 3.0? I would like that chassis and i already have the 22 shock conversion.
What i was curious about myself. Especially having just picked up the 2.0
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