Looking for the highest quality captured CVD’s for your Losi TLR 22t or 22SCT? The crew over at MIP now have you dialed. MIP CVD’s are legendary for not only their strength, but also for their lack of torque binding or backlash.
* Precision Machined and Designed for the utmost fit within TLR’s tight tolerances
* Made from High Quality American Alloy Steel for greater Durability and Strength
* Black Oxide and Wax Coated Axles and Bones
* All hardware included, Direct Replacement from stock drives
* No modifications needed from stock parts
* MIP Team Tested and Approved
* 100% Quality made in the USA
* Part number #12215 for 22T, #12221 for 22SCT
Retail price for the CVD’s is $40 a pair and they are available right now.
Also available for the TLR 12mm big bore shocks are the high tech MIP Bypass1 shock pistons. These pistons are the latest in rc shock technology, yielding variable valve settings while helping to eliminate hydraulic lock. Part number for the pistons is #12131 and they have a retail price of $32. Hit up the official MIP Website for more information on these and all their other fine products.
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New for all you TLR 22/22T drivers is a trick aluminum wing/body mount from JConcepts. These new mounts are much tougher than stock and are a nice piece of bling to set your buggy/truck apart from the rest of the field. Some of the other features include-
* Available in blue or black
* CNC machined out of aluminum
* Heavy duty design
* Chamfered silver edging
* Laser engraved JConcepts logos
* Part number #2191-1 (blue) and #2191-2 (black)
Street price is $28 and they are available right now. Hit up the JConcepts Website for more information.
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After the success of it’s buggy counterpart, Team Losi have made a ready-to-run Stadium Truck version: the 22T.Â This has got to be one of the most advanced RTR’s on the market at the moment. Inside, you get a Spektrum DX3E radio with a SR300 receiver, a 13.5t sensored brushless system, gull wing suspension arms and a newly designed bearing free steering rack. The 22T seems to have also been designed with durability in mind, sporting extra thick turnbuckles and a 2.5mm thick aluminum chassis.
Losi 22T RTR gallery
For the full spec, head over to theÂ Team Losi website!
Here’s an interesting new development… Losi has apparently announced a new Losi 22T 2WD Race Truck Kit! It is being marketed under the Team Losi Racing brand and looks pretty cool! It appears to have lots of the same features the 22 Buggy has. Mid and rear motor completion options, 2.5mm hard-anodized aluminum chassis, 12mm Big Bore shocks, and a dual disk slipper are just the tip of the iceberg on this feature list. You’ll need to add electronics to this beast but if you’re a stadium truck racer, this is definetly something you’ll want to check out.
Head over to Team Losi Racing for all the info and some more pics!