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SaiTam
2010.08.28, 09:35 AM
I just bought one from LHS. The truck runs decent on RCP but is not nimble on tight turns. On Concrete it runs very well and handle road irregularities very well. On painted basement floor I can drift with stock tires. I will see how it handles with hop-ups. Has anybody else bought one?

bermbuster
2010.08.28, 12:18 PM
I just bought one from LHS. The truck runs decent on RCP but is not nimble on tight turns. On Concrete it runs very well and handle road irregularities very well. On painted basement floor I can drift with stock tires. I will see how it handles with hop-ups. Has anybody else bought one?
I will get one when they release the 2.4 version. I have a Spektrum module.
No AM for me....:cool:
I converted a Micro T to an mr-02 board and it works but when you use a Lipo it gets too much voltage and shuts down. You can FET the board. Instead of sinking too much $$$ Ill wait for the Losi 2.4.......
Sai get Atomic working on some Hop Ups.....:cool:

doug01n
2010.08.28, 08:17 PM
Just bought a rally version... it'll arrive next thursday. Does this thread is about this too?

Can't wait...

Action B
2010.08.28, 09:25 PM
I will get one when they release the 2.4 version. I have a Spektrum module.
No AM for me....:cool:
I converted a Micro T to an mr-02 board and it works but when you use a Lipo it gets too much voltage and shuts down. You can FET the board. Instead of sinking too much $$$ Ill wait for the Losi 2.4.......
Sai get Atomic working on some Hop Ups.....:cool:

Can you take a pic of the wiring? I have a 2.4 board and I want to do this but I dont know which servo/pot wires go where. I could find out but if you already know that would be a lot easier.

EasyRider
2010.09.06, 12:53 AM
I have a couple of them. One is bone stock (for my son) and the other one I got from Sagisi. He put a MR03 board and I'm using the Losi Lipo in it. Its alot faster than my stock one.
Here's a short clip of last Friday's race.

http://www.fastpaceracing.com/content/friday-night-losi-sct-race-video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZcHUPk3724

redneckracer
2010.09.06, 06:11 AM
Are all the trucks in this video modded with a mini-z 2.4ghz broad ? Is it hard to do ?

arch2b
2010.09.06, 10:09 AM
wow, need to keep the camera more stable. i had to stop watching as it's headache inducing with all the jarring around.

they look like they can take a good beating with all the flipping, etc.

lets please get a thread in the science area for a 2.4 sct modification tutorial.

Slubben
2010.09.06, 10:57 AM
Got one about two weeks ago and have been running it on an rcp track. It runs very well bone stock. Lipo was too fast but probably awesome for bashing. I'm running the am board for now with no complaints. Will wait for a spektrum conversion but I like the msct so far. Here's hoping PN and atomic make hop-ups!

pedrocamp
2010.09.06, 11:27 AM
I picked up an SCT and plan to do the 2.4 conversion. The Hobbytown in Mooresville, NC will be setting up a class for them this coming Saturday 9/11 in addition to the regular MiniZ classes. Should be fun, join us if you are in the area. See the Hobbytown Mooresville thread for more info.

EasyRider
2010.09.06, 12:31 PM
I think only three guys were using ASF2.4 and the rest were on AM. The Losi AM is better than Kyosho's. No one complained about any glitching.
I'll tape this up coming race and you'll see some fast SCT's this round.(I'll put it on a stationary pod Arch:) ) Eric at Fast Pace seems to have figured out a good set up. Yesterday he was flying around the track and was hooked up.

EasyRider
2010.09.06, 01:01 PM
Are all the trucks in this video modded with a mini-z 2.4ghz broad ? Is it hard to do ?

I'm not sure how hard it is to ASF the truck because I had Sagisi do mine. Here's a couple of pictures of his work. He also opened up the cover so I could install a transponder for racing.

bermbuster
2010.09.06, 04:26 PM
I'm not sure how hard it is to ASF the truck because I had Sagisi do mine. Here's a couple of pictures of his work. He also opened up the cover so I could install a transponder for racing.

Nice work...
you used an mr03 board you can hook up a gyro too.....:cool:

redneckracer
2010.09.06, 04:35 PM
Thanks for the pics easyrider , there perfect , iam going to give it a try . I'll let you know how i make out .

Scrapper
2010.09.06, 06:58 PM
how do they drift, can i drift one on a track

kromie101
2010.09.06, 07:41 PM
i see they are using the clear lexan tie rods.are they tough enough? i had the micro-t and they had them and they broke easy. i'm sure they are a bit bigger than the micro ones.

Scrapper
2010.09.06, 08:12 PM
id guess theyd be scaled up

Slubben
2010.09.06, 08:21 PM
i see they are using the clear lexan tie rods.are they tough enough? i had the micro-t and they had them and they broke easy. i'm sure they are a bit bigger than the micro ones.

They seem pretty durable & its pretty easy to make new ones. Better to break one if them than something else

bobbyz
2010.09.07, 09:10 PM
what are the run-times like with the stock battery??? with the lipo???

ub0211042
2010.10.19, 11:07 AM
can anyone give me the dimension of the stock battery and the battery compartment size. thanks

Atomic-USA
2010.11.01, 08:49 AM
Here are some photos of the alloy parts coming soon from Atomic for the LOSI Micro:

http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a65/dealerxing/SCT/__5.jpg

http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a65/dealerxing/SCT/__4.jpg

http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a65/dealerxing/SCT/__2.jpg

Slubben
2010.11.01, 01:19 PM
Would have rather seen them spend the time making better diffs than metal suspension parts.

Atomic-USA
2010.11.01, 08:49 PM
The diffs need more time to develop therefore these alloy parts come first.

Slubben
2010.11.01, 08:56 PM
but diffs are in the works?