December 1, 2016

TLR 22 3.0 Dirt laydown transmission conversion kit

TLR 22 3.0 Dirt laydown transmission conversion kit

Team Losi Racing have introduced the Dirt laydown transmission conversion kit for the TLR 22 3.0 2WD buggy. The chassis and gearbox conversion moves the motor forward which greatly improves corner speed and consistency on higher grip tracks. The updated weight bias is around 39 percent front and 61 percent rear, giving the car more corner speed and stability. Optimised for clay and dirt surfaces and ride heights between 22mm to 24mm, the laydown conversion kit includes the Dirt laydown transmission and utilises the standard rear hubs. The parts were used by the TLR race team during this season, culminating in Dakotah Phend capturing the 2016 ROAR National Championship in 2WD Buggy. Designed as a complete conversion kit, no additional parts or modifications are needed to convert an existing 22 3.0.

– Converts the 22 3.0 into a highly tuned buggy for medium to high grip dirt surfaces
– “Dirt” laydown transmission included
– Used to win the 2016 ROAR Nationals in Modified Buggy
– Specific chassis for high traction with minimum pocketing for reduced flex
– Included chassis will also fit the 3.0 standard transmission setup
– Transmission cases are precision machined from high quality delrin for perfect fit and finish
– Lightweight carbon-fibre battery strap with aluminium mount
– Aluminium idler gear for ultimate reliability
– Milled motor plate and aluminium motor plate to chassis brace included
– A modified 22 3.0 body designed to fit the laydown is made from 0.7mm polycarbonate lowers the centre of gravity and is more durable than the ULW bodies
– A 25g brass plate is also included, and fits under the battery pack to increase vehicle weight
– All hardware and instructions included, no additional parts, or part modifications necessary

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