Saturday, October 11, 2014

CVA's for the 22-4 Now Available!

Hello Racers,

We have just announced and started shipping CVA driveshaft sets for the 22-4.  The team has been testing these for quite a while, and the results have been VERY positive.  Ryan Maifield, Dustin Evans, and Dakotah Phend have all been using these on their summer victory tour.

A CVA joint will create more natural lock up or "bind" than a universal joint.  This helps to stiffen the suspension when under acceleration, which makes the car flatter and drive off harder.  It also helps jump landings, when you apply some throttle (especially when you know you are casing/flat landing).  

Along with going to the "shorty" setup on the 22-4, the CVA's were the other huge setup change the team has made that has resulted in many wins this summer.  Try them out today!

TLR332012 - Front Driveshaft Set, CVA, Complete: 22-4

TLR332013 - Rear Driveshaft, Set, CVA, Complete: 22-4

Thanks and Race On!

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Setup Sheets from the National Champ!

Hey Guys,

We've gotten the setup sheets from Dakotah Phend for his recent ROAR National Championships.  

Dakotah took the TQ and Win in dominating fashion in the Modified 2WD Buggy Class with his 22 2.0.

Dakotah had a reversal of fates from the 2013 Nationals, and won the Modified 2WD Stadium Truck Class from 2nd on the grid in the first two mains.

And lastly, Dakotah took a strong TQ in the Modified 4WD Buggy Class after topping 3 of 4 rounds.  He followed it up with a strong second place finish.

Give these setups a shot and see if they can help you get to the top of the podium as well!

Race On!

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Surf City Setup for the SCTE 2.0

Hey Guys,

We didn't have the setup posted yet for Frank's TEN-SCTE 2.0 yesterday, so we just wanted to add another blog post to get it out to you now that it is up.

Frank was able to TQ and win with his SCTE 2.0, along with Jake Thayer and Ryan Dunford finishing 2nd and 3rd to complete the podium.  All 2.0's had very similar setups, and so we've posted Frank's winning setup to

Race on!

Monday, August 11, 2014

Surf City Classic Setups - Posted

Team Losi Racing has a great weekend at the Surf City Classic dominating the Modified Classes and Stock Buggy.  We've learned a bit with our setups, and have posted them now to

Ryan Maifield took the TQ and win in Mod 2wd Buggy, 4wd Buggy and 1/8-Electric Buggy in dominating fashion.  The setups that got him to the top of the podium are below:

22 2.0, Mid Motor -

22-4, with Shorty Pack -

8IGHT-E 3.0 -

The stock buggy class was the largest of the weekend with 110 entries.  TLR driver James Raschko took the A-Main win beating out TLR product developer Frank Root's late race charge.  Running different setups, but both showing good speed so we've posted both setups.

22 2.0, James Raschko, Rear Motor 17.5 -

22 2.0, Frank Root, Rear Motor 17.5 -

We hope you enjoy these setups and they help you get the top of the podium for your next race!

Race on!

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Maifield's First TLR Setups

Hello Racers,

The newest member of the TLR Race Team -Ryan Maifield - has provided his winning setups from the JConcepts Summer Nationals for his 22 2.0 and 22-4 buggies.  Please see them below and give them a try!

Ryan Maifield - 22 2.0 Setup, MM, Indoor Clay

Ryan Maifield - 22-4 Setup, Indoor Clay

Race On!

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

22 Platform Shock Shaft and Body Chart

Hello Racers,

We have labelled our new shock shafts and shock bodies with their lengths rather than the vehicle type due to some of the bodies and shafts being used on multiple vehicles.  Below is a chart showing which bore length and shaft lengths are required for each vehicle.

This will help keep track of which shock body and shock shaft is needed for each TLR Vehicle.  Thanks to Ryan Dunford for helping put this together.

Race On!


Saturday, May 31, 2014

TLR Diff Tool has many uses

Recently one of our team drivers, Otto Ausfelt, reached out to us to tell us about another way that he uses his TLR Diff Tool. As we all know, the TLR Diff Tool is nice to use for those quick on the fly diff tuning adjustments but you can also use it to adjust your inner front camber ball stud on your TLR 22-4. See the pictures below.

TLR2950 TLR Diff Tool

Accessing the front inner camber link on the 22-4. Can anyone find anything else interesting about this picture?
In order to insert the TLR Diff Tool into the ball cup, Otto use a hole punch to create the hole, which provides access to the 2mm hex on the ball stud.

The ball cup above is the finished product.
Thanks to Team Losi Racing Driver Otto Ausfelt for providing this quick tip.
Race On!