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04-12-2012, 03:06 PM
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Posted By M Chambers

I think we all signed it at the Spektrum race?

I think we all signed it at the Spektrum race?
11-19-2011, 12:45 AM
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Posted By M Chambers

Here is my current 22T setup for MHOR R/C Raceway...

Here is my current 22T setup for MHOR R/C Raceway (very tight hi-traction indoor). *On larger tracks I like to use the stock 30 degree kick up and 3 degree caster blocks. I'm still playing around...
11-12-2011, 12:08 AM
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Posted By M Chambers

Serpentracer1- I cant speak for Frank but i dont...

Serpentracer1- I cant speak for Frank but i dont run any limiters in my rear shocks. The shock eyelets are screwed all the way up till they are flush with the bottom of the shock shaft. As for...
11-11-2011, 11:20 AM
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Posted By M Chambers

Going off my base setup that has worked really...

Going off my base setup that has worked really well for me, these are the changes I play around with most (many of them are minor adjustments but produce subtle to*noticeable changes in handling):
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11-09-2011, 06:53 AM
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Posted By M Chambers

I'm an Endust guy myself but i could swear that...

I'm an Endust guy myself but i could swear that stuff was meant for RC car bodies/chassis :) :). I have been wanting to make a mix of 1/4 Endust, 1/8 wd40, 1/4 simple green, and 3/8 denatured...
10-20-2011, 03:25 PM
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Posted By M Chambers

Madweazl- a wise man once told me, don't tune...

Madweazl- a wise man once told me, don't tune your suspension for one part of the track, tune it for the majority of the track.... But with that said ... 54's with 30 wt oil would probably help in...
10-15-2011, 12:33 PM
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Posted By M Chambers

Thescoobyrs- Carbide balls will work fine for...

Thescoobyrs- Carbide balls will work fine for you, all I ever run is carbide balls. Ceramic balls are nice as they can make the diff super smooth but the downsides being that they are A. Expensive...
10-14-2011, 03:05 PM
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Posted By M Chambers

Some things I would try from that setup are as...

Some things I would try from that setup are as follows:
-move battery back
-go 2.5-5wt lighter oil front and rear OR leave oil the same and use 1.5mm rear hex adapters.
-try 2.5mm washers under...
10-12-2011, 05:18 AM
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Posted By M Chambers

ChadB - that was actually an error on my part:(....

ChadB - that was actually an error on my part:(. I am running Middle on the front arm. Corey is right about running that inside hole, should be noticeably more low speed steering. As for the...
10-11-2011, 08:21 PM
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Posted By M Chambers

Below is my TLR 22 setup as of 10/8/11 ...

Below is my TLR 22 setup as of 10/8/11

Front:
30wt oil
55 pistons
Red spring (orange on larger track)
Middle on tower - middle on arm
2mm limiters
spindles middle
1mm bump steer washer
10-06-2011, 06:52 AM
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Posted By M Chambers

Schreffler is a great guy! A bit of a goofball,...

Schreffler is a great guy! A bit of a goofball, but a great guy nonetheless. You'll find that all the TLR guys (Truhe, Evans, Root, Phend, Castellano, myself, etc.) are very approachable and always...
10-03-2011, 05:47 AM
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Posted By M Chambers

If you look at the New Products page of the TLR...

If you look at the New Products page of the TLR website a 70t Spur, black body clips, and wing washers have just recently been released. A 78t spur is available but may be on back order at the...
09-28-2011, 10:56 AM
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Posted By M Chambers

I have always found a stiffer front spring to...

I have always found a stiffer front spring to have less aggressive low speed steering and less chassis roll to the front end. It will also make for a slightly wider turning radius.

With the 22, I...
09-20-2011, 06:17 PM
Replies: 21,236
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Posted By M Chambers

Celtic- You may notice a bit more steering.......

Celtic- You may notice a bit more steering.... Something to play around with also is lowering the front spindle ball stud by using a smaller washer. The washers affect the cars bump steer. I...
09-01-2011, 06:21 AM
Replies: 902
Views: 105,985
Posted By M Chambers

To clarify; I was not saying that 2 stage pistons...

To clarify; I was not saying that 2 stage pistons don't work or shouldnt be considered as a tuning option.... Rather, when I tried them a few years back I experienced more issues related to...
08-31-2011, 06:34 AM
Replies: 6,097
Views: 859,868
Posted By M Chambers

Not sure this has been clarified but the under...

Not sure this has been clarified but the under tray was custom made by Mike Truhe and Dustin Evans for their trucks. Myself and Dakotah Phend ran our trucks stock and they performed just as well...
08-31-2011, 06:23 AM
Replies: 382
Views: 47,749
Posted By M Chambers

I didn't get a chance to mention anything at the...

I didn't get a chance to mention anything at the race but wanted to say to Kevin Jellich (sp?) and the NorCal hobbies crew that they made the BEST 1/10 layout I have ever driven on! It was so much...
08-31-2011, 06:18 AM
Replies: 902
Views: 105,985
Posted By M Chambers

In my experience I found dual stage pistons to be...

In my experience I found dual stage pistons to be more inconsistent than beneficial. With that, it adds another variable to suspension tuning that can confuse more than it helps. Not to say they...
03-25-2011, 08:23 PM
Replies: 21,236
Views: 3,057,442
Posted By M Chambers

In my experience with the emulsion vs bladder...

In my experience with the emulsion vs bladder shocks on the 22, I found that the emulsion type (bladders cut) seemed a little more "planted" feeling.

I did prefer the bladder shock on tracks with...
03-14-2011, 08:48 PM
Replies: 151
Views: 70,200
Posted By M Chambers

Nice Casey! I'm sure people will appreciate all...

Nice Casey! I'm sure people will appreciate all the building tips :)
02-21-2011, 03:11 PM
Replies: 21,236
Views: 3,057,442
Posted By M Chambers

When I first got my 96mm packs I tested them back...

When I first got my 96mm packs I tested them back to back against the 7.4v 5000mah 40C packs I had been running for a while.

I tested them at my home track on a layout that had been in for a month...
02-17-2011, 03:32 PM
Replies: 21,236
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Posted By M Chambers

The Xcelorin 96mm LiPo's are AWESOME!! I am 100%...

The Xcelorin 96mm LiPo's are AWESOME!! I am 100% sold on running them in all my 1/10 TLR cars :)
02-03-2011, 09:17 PM
Replies: 21,236
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Posted By M Chambers

Yeah we were both running the same speedo/motor...

Yeah we were both running the same speedo/motor combination :)
02-03-2011, 08:19 PM
Replies: 21,236
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Posted By M Chambers

JustWill75- I have not tried the Duo motor...

JustWill75- I have not tried the Duo motor although I hear they are good. I have used both LRP and Orion motors and like the powerband and brakes of the Orion the best. With the battery technology...
02-03-2011, 11:05 AM
Replies: 21,236
Views: 3,057,442
Posted By M Chambers

JustWill75- I was testing an LRP Speed Control...

JustWill75- I was testing an LRP Speed Control with an Orion 7.5 motor using the Xcelorin 3800 60C battery. My 22 felt incredible at the Reedy Race. I put my car on the track the first practice and...
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