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22 4.0 SR Race Kit: 1/10 2WD SPEC Buggy

[ TLR03014 ]

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TLR® engineering has turned the drastically improved 22™ 4.0 buggy kit forwards and backwards. The result is a dominant 17.5-class SPEC racer that’s under ROAR weight, right out of the box with the options and tunability you need.

Chassis Call-Out

  1. LIGHTWEIGHT 2.5MM HARD-ANODIZED 7075 T-6 ALUMINUM CHASSIS
  2. VLA FRONT SUSPENSION
  3. 3-GEAR LAYDOWN TRANSMISSION
  4. SR COMPOSITE-ALUMINUM DIFFERENTIAL
  5. REVISED MOTOR LOCATION
  6. TRANSVERSE OR FORE-AFT BATTERY MOUNTING OPTIONS
  7. GEN II 12MM BIG-BORE SHOCKS
  8. TICN COATED SHOCK SHAFTS AND HINGE PINS
  9. ALUMINUM BLEEDER CAPS
  10. ADJUSTABLE REAR PIVOTS FOR TOE AND ANTI-SQUAT
  11. ADJUSTABLE ALUMINUM REAR CAMBER BLOCK
  12. BELL CRANK STEERING SYSTEM
  13. TLR DIRECT DRIVE SYSTEM (DDS)
  14. NEW SPINDLE WITH ADJUSTABLE TRAIL AND ACKERMANN
  15. REAR HUB WITH ALUMINUM PLATE
  16. SCREW MOUNTED REAR WING
  17. STIFFEZEL MUD GUARDS, ARMS, WATERFALLS
  18. REVISED OPEN END BALL CUPS
  19. ALUMINUM DRIVESHAFTS WITH LIGHTENED STEEL AXELS
  20. ADJUSTABLE DIFF HEIGHT, LAYDOWN
  21. ADJUSTABLE SHOCK LOCATION, LAYDOWN

Features

Weighs in Under 1499g

There's no need for titanium hardware to make minimum ROAR weight. The 22 4.0 SPEC-Racer, when built with the kit hardware and the recommended Orion® and Spektrum electronics weighs under 1499g when ready to hit the track.

Laydown Configuration

The 3-gear laydown transmission moves the motor forward by 20mm+ to a central motor location, providing a chassis that drives much flatter, more consistent and corners quicker-a crucial advantage in the 17.5 spec buggy race class.

Lightweight Drivetrain

To maximize the top speed and performance of a stock motor, the drive train has been lightened with a Direct Drive System including a shortened top shaft, narrower idler and diff gears, aluminum diff hubs with composite outdrives and aluminum CVA driveshafts.

Stiffezel Suspension Components

The higher glass content of Stiffezel molded composite is strategically used on suspension components to provide more consistent and stable driving. This includes the front and rear suspension arms, mud guards and the waterfall chassis brace. The result is a buggy that lands plushly and corners more consistently.

Adjustable Rear Shock Location

The rear shock tower can be flipped for forward or rearward mounting. This means the Gen II rear shocks can be mounted in front of the rear tower and suspension arm, or in the traditional location on the back of the arm. This is a popular tuning option for high-grip surfaces that increases forward weight bias, rear end stability and landing ability.

Gen II 12mm Big Bore Shocks

These shocks continue to set the standard for high performance and easy maintenance. Features include X-Ring Seals, machined shock bushings, machined 2mm x 1.6mm and 2mm x 1.7mm pistons, TiCN coated shock shafts, aluminum bleeder screw caps, hard-anodized threaded shock bodies, low-frequency springs and spring cups that snap onto the shock shafts.

Aluminum-Plate Rear Hub

The molded-composite hub base allows a bearing to be press fit without play and minimal unspring weight. An aluminum plate is secured to the hub with an M3 screw and ball stud which is vertically adjustable. That way, the ball stud is supported by aluminum from pushing or pulling out, while still threading into composite so it can't work loose.

Ballast Tuning Options

When running a higher static weight, the chassis is more neutral and easier to drive on ultra-high-grip surfaces. Optional brass ballast weights (sold separately) can be mounted under the servo, under the electronics and under the laydown transmission idler. This makes it easy to tune the static weight and weight bias for changing track conditions.

Lightweight 7075-T6 Aluminum Chassis

The chassis can accommodate multiple battery mounting options. Milled pockets have been added that lighten the overall weight of the chassis. The pockets also function as mounting stations for the optional brass ballast weights (sold separately).

Included Option Parts

The 22 4.0 SPEC-Racer kit comes loaded with optional upgrades like a milled 7075 aluminum top shaft, motor plate, rear camber block, clamping rear hexes and ball stud spacers throughout. It also includes aluminum bleeder shock caps, machined shock pistons and internals.

Ultra-Lightweight Body

An all-new, low-profile body was designed for the 22 4.0 buggy that provides outstanding aerodynamic performance. For the 22 4.0 SPEC Racer, the body is pulled from 0.5mm polycarbonate to significantly save weight and maintain outstanding performance.

Product Specifications

Type:
Race Kit
Scale:
1/10
Length:
15.0 in (382mm)
Width:
9.8 in (250mm)
Height:
5.8 in (148mm)
Wheelbase:
11.0 in (280mm)
Weight:
Varies with equipment
Chassis:
2.5mm Milled Plate, 7075-T6 Aluminum
Suspension:
Lower A-Arm, Upper Adjustable Link
Drivetrain:
2WD
Tire Type:
2.2 in Buggy (Required)
Motor or Engine:
540 Size (Required)
Speed Control:
Required
Radio:
Required
Servos:
Required
Batteries:
Required
Charger:
Required
Gear Pitch:
48-Pitch
Wheel Size:
2.2 in (56mm)
Kit/RTR:
Kit
Shock Type:
12mm Big Bore, Oil Filled
Body:
22 4.0 Cab Forward, 0.5mm ULW Clear
Ball Bearings:
Full Rubber Sealed Ball Bearings
Experience Level:
Advanced
Recommended Environment:
Indoor/Outdoor
Assembly Time:
3-5 Hours
Is Assembly Required:
Yes

Needed to Complete

Motor
Electronic Speed Control
Servo
Tires
Radio System
48 Pitch Pinion Gear
Charger
Battery
Paint
Tools

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