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Old 02-24-2012, 10:05 AM
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Originally Posted by TreadRCracing
Hello everybody,

I just found out a couple ways to make the 22 have more rear traction for all you wanting it.

I would use a heavier weight oil such as 35 up fromt and 30 in the rear. I run 27.5 and 25 and i found that it is too light for RcHr.

Try 2 shim under the ball stud in the inner rear.

Run your diff all the waY tight. The 22 diff is a lil different than the b4.1 so try as tight as it goes. If its too tight then keep tuning from there.

The slipper should be tight enough that your front end pops up about 3.5 inches when tuning it.

I am going to running this setup next weekend and we will see how well it works.

I've found the contrary. The 22 generally likes to be run soft. I've been running 27.5 all the way around, but would like to try white springs out back so I can go down to 25 in the rear. The the sharper bumps are VERY unforgiving on stiffer setups.

I believe I currently run 1mm on the rear hubs and 14oz on top of the transmission. That said, there's a huge difference between running it on top of the tranny, and under the shock tower.

And I set my slipper on the track, but the Losi slipper spring is inconsistent.

Move your motor as far forward as possible as well. I was running my 17.5 way out back 76/34 or 36, and you could really feel the pendulum effect.
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Old 02-24-2012, 10:08 AM
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Originally Posted by jaron_cc
See there thats what im talking about, look at the racer coming out of you..... Everything you said hit the nail on the head... My EPA on my radio is about the same cuz all the excess wheel spin its just useless.....
I still run my 8.5 at 100%, but I swear I drive slower with a mod motor than I did the 17.5. I coast 80% of the straight, and NEVER use full throttle. If I do, it's only for an instant.
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Old 02-24-2012, 10:16 AM
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Lamar what motor do you run in the 22t? I am think of setting mine up with a 13.5 now. Possibly going to a 10.5 once I have it setup.
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Old 02-24-2012, 10:24 AM
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Originally Posted by jaron_cc
See there thats what im talking about, look at the racer coming out of you..... Everything you said hit the nail on the head... My EPA on my radio is about the same cuz all the excess wheel spin its just useless.....
thanks larry! and same with me if i turn my epa up car is just harder to control bc my driving style isnt that aggressive i just like to put in smooth clean laps and slowly get faster and more aggressive every race.
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Old 02-24-2012, 10:42 AM
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Originally Posted by JoshCorti11
other way around but I use the power sparingly u should see Wilson with just the power of the 9.5 he goes through tires about every race night because he likes to blip the throttle alot you have to know how to control the power. Not saying Wilson doesn't know how to but he thinks his b4.1 is a 4wd
Uhmm what the? I went threw a pair of green the softest compound in 3 race days. Also sauced up which makes them softer. And I don't think its a 4wdlot yes at rchr I'm lippy but when we lent to irh I found it was much easier to drive smooth and consistent. Jake runs a 6.5 in a 2wd buggy which is crazy but he makes it work.
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Old 02-24-2012, 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Motofan747
Uhmm what the? I went threw a pair of green the softest compound in 3 race days. Also sauced up which makes them softer. And I don't think its a 4wdlot yes at rchr I'm lippy but when we lent to irh I found it was much easier to drive smooth and consistent. Jake runs a 6.5 in a 2wd buggy which is crazy but he makes it work.
every one is smooth on the throttle at irh
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Old 02-24-2012, 10:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Motofan747
Uhmm what the? I went threw a pair of green the softest compound in 3 race days. Also sauced up which makes them softer. And I don't think its a 4wdlot yes at rchr I'm lippy but when we lent to irh I found it was much easier to drive smooth and consistent. Jake runs a 6.5 in a 2wd buggy which is crazy but he makes it work.
actually running a 8.5 now..
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Old 02-24-2012, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by JakeC351
actually running a 8.5 now..
My bad thought you where still running the 6.5
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All about opinion and larry what do you mean i was hot on the throtle?
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So many people under the age of 17 here. Kind of awkward.

How much is the replica SC10 body on the wall?
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Originally Posted by taco94
So many people under the age of 17 here. Kind of awkward.

How much is the replica SC10 body on the wall?
umm please tell me how that is akward??
r u just saying that because your 17???
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Old 02-24-2012, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by huby3
All about opinion and larry what do you mean i was hot on the throtle?
Your a mad man on the throttle. Your sc10 was sideways all day last time I seen you raced.
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Originally Posted by jaron_cc
Your a mad man on the throttle. Your sc10 was sideways all day last time I seen you raced.
Lol. I guess thats just the way i drive
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Originally Posted by Motofan747
My bad thought you where still running the 6.5
nope that's for a 4wd when I get one
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Originally Posted by tschenck
Lamar what motor do you run in the 22t? I am think of setting mine up with a 13.5 now. Possibly going to a 10.5 once I have it setup.
7.5 or 10.5

Probably 7.5

I do have a 13.5 that I need to sell though.
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