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Old 07-13-2012, 10:00 AM
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I'm interested in the filter assembly seems the filter has a plastic housing with air inlets did you guys notice if the whole filter was housing. I'm wondering if they are still oiling their filters if its completely housed and does it restrict air. Looks to be the same filter setup as the 8ight
It is a double plastic sleever, oiled inner element filter system. We did test for air and it is darn close to what the standard double element filter does.
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Old 07-13-2012, 11:39 AM
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will there be a race roller ? that would be better
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Originally Posted by hacker07 View Post
It is a double plastic sleever, oiled inner element filter system. We did test for air and it is darn close to what the standard double element filter does.
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With a Drill, a bit and a counter sunk bit. lol. But YES direct fit.

Also the SC10GT can fit the larger MGT tank? clarify anyone if I'm wrong. Very cool truck though, I liked my 810 and this truck should impress!!
Sorry bout that folks...just pulled it out the box that its been sitting in for the past 6-7 months. I did have to drill.
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Old 07-14-2012, 06:39 AM
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Pretty cool!
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Old 07-14-2012, 07:09 AM
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Awesome looking truck.. Wow - a 10th scale SC worth paying attention to.. Good job TLR.
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Old 07-14-2012, 10:21 AM
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They have done a great job increasing the presence in the 1/10 scale they were kings back in the hay days. I'm just waiting to see when they go back to the 1/8 scale and pop somthimg out I remember when the 2.0 truggy came out wow what a game changer also Drake was the man not saying other wise but prior his name was mention and posted every where.
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Im sure there is a standard backplate for the motor so us racers can get rid of the R.O.S.S. stuff correct?
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Can't wait for this to come out!!! Hopefully be just in time for my Birthday in Aug!!!
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Wow.... An SCTE with Ten-T guts.


For those of you with an SCTE, you can make this by replacing the radio tray with one from a Ten-T, add a 3.4 with exhaust system, 8ight 2.0 tank(larger capacity, only need to drill 2 holes) change the spur to one from a Ten/810 and add a throttle servo.


For those of you with a Ten-T or an 810, change out the axles and hex adapters, chassis, rear driveshaft, body mounts and side skirts and of course the body.


Nothing new really, I'm disappointed that they didn't add some of the TLR/upgraded parts since it's under TLR and not just Losi.


Hopefully this does take off as I'd like to see some extra support for the nitro based Ten platform.
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Im sure there is a standard backplate for the motor so us racers can get rid of the R.O.S.S. stuff correct?
I ended up throwing an OS .18 in mine...the only drawback to using a starter box was that I had to take the body off to start. I couldn't find an igniter long enough to reach the engine without having to cut a big hole in the top of the body. Flameouts were also a PITA!...especially running against a bunch of electrics.
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Im sure there is a standard backplate for the motor so us racers can get rid of the R.O.S.S. stuff correct?

Yes. Haven't been able to find one anywhere though. Maybe with the release of this vehicle they will start getting more out.
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Originally Posted by Racerx336 View Post
Im sure there is a standard backplate for the motor so us racers can get rid of the R.O.S.S. stuff correct?
As far as a back plate, it isn't neccasary, unless you are concerned with the looks of the stock back plate without the electric motor, there is no problem with it opened, no leaks or anything.I just completed my own version of the nitro Ten-T SCT, truck, just as someone posted, the Ten-T SCTE, with the guts of the Ten-T, without the electric start, using a bump box for starting. Losi has a lower engine mount needed, for bump box starting.
I have not changed the tank out yet, but, great idea, these engines are not fuel efficient. I have not put it on the track yet, engine only has 2 tanks of fuel thru it, I think it will be fun.
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Yes they do have a back plate for the engine to remove the ross. They also have a lower motor mount kit. Also has a 3 shoe racing clutch an option that comes with a slightly larger flywheel that makes it easy to use a starter box. I sure hope this class takes off.
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I do as well hope this goes over well, didn't know about the back plate, do you know the part number? I already have the engine mount.
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