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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Losi 5ive-T Racing at The Dirt Nitro Challenge

This year at The Dirt Nitro Challenge they had a 1/5th scale class on there own track just behind the main 1/8th track. Losi came out to display the New Losi 5ive-T truck. It was a great success with many people showing up the race the Losi 5ive-T at the Nitro Challenge. TLR driver Adam Drake would come home with the win in the Pro class with his Losi 5ive-T.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Truggy Main Day Photos

Pro Truggy A-Main Results

TLR runs strong in the Pro Truggy A-main with six TLR 8ight-T 2.0 truck in the top 10. Adam Drake and teammate Mike Truhe had a battle for the final podium position with lease then 3mins to go when make had to come in for a splash of fuel giving the final podium spot the Adam Drake.

Pro Truggy A-main results:
3.Adam Drake
4.Mike Truhe
5.Matt Castellano
6.Dustin Evans
7.Dakotah Phend
8.Mark Pavidas

3rd Annual TLR BBQ at The Dirt Nitro Challenge

Today we kicked off our 3rd annual TLR BBQ at The Dirt Nitro Challenge. It was a great way for us to talk and support all of our loyal TLR customers. Each person recieved a Horizon Hobby Goodie bag and a quart of 30% Nitrotane fuel along with a meal.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Dakotah Phend TQ's Round 3 of Pro Buggy

Dakotah Phend TQ's the final round of pro buggy under the lights at the Fear Farm with his TLR 8ight 2.0 buggy powered by Orion. with only 2 qual points Dakotah will start 2nd on the grid for the long 45min A-main on Sunday. TLR teammate Adam Drake will start 7th on the Grid.

Photo's from Buggy Qualifying

Friday, February 17, 2012

2012 Motorama Photo's

New Mid Motor Carpet Setup from Oskar Levin

Oskar Levin's recent setup from the first round of the EOS in the Czech Republic is now posted. Oskar took advantage of the TLR 22 mid motor capabilities along with the gear differential and with his superb driving to take a podium spot at the opening round of the TLR/Spektrum EOS Series.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

TLR 8 build tips and tricks. Part 2 (Diffs)

This time around I have a few of my favorite diff tricks to share.

Using a 1/4" nut driver to seat the diff o-ring is the perfect way to set it place for installing the gear pin and spider gear.

Then a trick that I picked up from Yannik for the perfect amount of diff fluid. After the gears are installed fill the diff with fluid (paying attention aiming the fluid in the four corners at first) all the way up to the top of the gears. Then add the top large gear ant let the fluid settle. Now take an allen wrench and scrape the excess off of the top keeping the wrench flat across the diff case. This will leave the perfect amount fluid in the case. Now add the gasket and install the ring gear to the diff case.

Until next time