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    An OG of RC
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    Category Manager - Surface at Horizon Hobby, LLC
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    Todd Hodge
    Category Manager for Surface at Horizon Hobby, LLC


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  • Last Activity: 05-21-2020 10:06 AM
  • Join Date: 09-07-2002
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  1. 08-11-2014 02:07 AM - permalink
    Hi Todd, question regarding to XXL-2. The idle needle should not be adjusted. Unfortunately, one of my friends changed it for certain reason. May we know the default setting for the idle needle? Thanks.
  2. 06-25-2014 05:35 PM - permalink
    Thanks so much for the quick response Todd! Look forward to what you guys have to offfer. Have a great one.
  3. 06-25-2014 11:51 AM - permalink
    Hi Todd. I just picked the new lst XXL2. I want to put the engine in my truggy but noticed the stinger on the exhaust will not work too we'll as it's facing down. What other options do I have for a side bleeding exhaust?

  4. KillerBarracuda
    08-30-2012 03:48 AM - permalink
    Your welcome, Todd. How many of these did you end up building? I've been into this hobby since 1986 and love building kits, although there is to much RTR stuff now. I bought this because of how it was built. The new RTR's take most of the hobby away. You wouldn't know anybody interested in it by any chance?
  5. 12-21-2010 09:50 AM - permalink
    Hey Todd
    Its Jake I met you a couple times when I was out there with Albert.
    Any chance you can get some wallpaper of the 22 on the website? Or better yet send me a link to some.. LOL!
  6. Todd Hodge
    04-28-2009 05:34 PM - permalink
    I have hear a little about this however I have not experienced this myself. I think part of the problem is when racers may "hose" their vehicles off with water causing water to get inside the bearings.
  7. 04-18-2009 07:03 PM - permalink
    I have read alot about rear hub bearing failure on the 8-T 2.0. Is this a myth or is their some truth to it.

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