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Old 05-09-2006, 09:46 AM   #11
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Here is some more info on it.

“We tried to design a truck that had the same legendary handling of the Factory Team GT’s used by Tebo, Cavalieri, Maifield, James, and Saxton, but with no modification needed out of the box. We also wanted to make it more durable, easier to work on, and incorporate tons of new features!” -Kurt Wenger, senior engineer, Associated R&D.

Design Features:

4.09:1 ratio gearbox

·Dual disc slipper, 54 Tooth spur gear
·Increased punch and durability
·Floating disc design on the top shaft for smooth, fade-free brakes during hour long mains.
·Adjustable drag brake thumb wheel

High Torque capacity 2-shoe clutch

·Hardware included for industry standard SG crank
·Large diameter 20T clutch bell
·Sprung clutch allows for no drag at idle
·Adjustable to any track conditions with optional springs
·Included blue aluminum flywheel

Quick change system

·Self-aligning design allows for the fastest possible pit stops without worrying about lining up the wheel onto a hex or drive pin.
·Light weight molded hub and aluminum lever for reduced unsprung weight and rotating mass
·Customers can buy quick change upgrade kits to fit the GT and T4 electric!

Hard anodized 6061 Aluminum flat chassis

·Molded kick-up

Optimized suspension mounts front and rear

·Lightweight blue aluminum front bulkhead with set screws to keep the pins with no slop
·New rear suspension mounts which are integrated into the gearbox and battery box attachments
·Both rear mounts are keyed to the chassis so they can’t loosen up during those long mains.

Removable radio tray

·Switch mount built-in
·Easy to remove all electronics for clean up
·Sealed receiver box to protect your electronics from fuel splashes. Embossed with AE logo.
·Fuel tank uses floating mounts to the tray to reduce vibration

Enclosed battery box

·Embossed with AE logo
·Protect your reciever pack and never worry about it falling out again (no more zipties!)

New design fuel tank

·Large lever for quick and easy fuel stops from both directions
·82 cc size for max run time. Insert included for sanctioned racing.

New suspension components optimized for maximum durability

·New front arm design and material for more durability (will also fit the T4)
·New heavy duty steering blocks with inset for backing nut
·Molded front and rear towers
·Dual bell-crank steering with adjustable servo saver

1.5 degree toe rear hubs with heavy-duty 3/16” x ½” bearing on the outside

“Vertical ballstud” adjustment on both the front and rear upper link·Rod ends with

blue aluminum pivot balls included for the rear upper link


“The GT2 stays planted through the bumps. It also jumps awesome.” – Jared Tebo

"it's got more steering and more traction than my GT. It's better everywhere" -Ryan Cavalieri

"The quick change is so fast and easy to use it's like cheating." -Ryan Maifield

“The GT2 truck has so much punch! I’ll never have to worry about getting over difficult obstacles again.” -Richard Saxton
Ya, Ya I know, I see the carnage, but it's still race-able. Isn't it?
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Old 05-09-2006, 02:18 PM   #12
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hey gremlin thata a LRP motor,
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Old 05-09-2006, 02:43 PM   #13
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Looks like a sweet ride. I hope this makes the 1/10 scale class a little bigger cause I'm dyin 2 race my 1/10 truck in the GLORCS series.
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