Team Losi Racing 1/10 TEN-SCTE 2.0 Short Course Truck Kit

The TEN-SCTE platform is one of the most successful 4WD electric short course platforms of all time. It has dominated its class at tracks all over the world and proven it has what it takes to win a ROAR National Championship. The TEN-SCTE 2.0 kit builds on the success of this racing juggernaut with innovative engineering and technology born from team driver expertise, CAD and countless hours of testing. For more information on the Team Losi Racing TEN-SCTE 2.0 Kit, please visit: Be a part of Losi's online community with the Losi Forum: Team Losi Racing is on Facebook and Twitter! Visit us at:

More Videos... Review - Team Losi Racing™ TEN-SCTE 2.0
Please click "See More" for links and more information. Since it was initially released, the TEN-SCTE has made a huge impact in the world of 4WD short course trucks. Its design, influenced heavily by the 8IGHT™ platforms that came before it, combined a low-CG chassis with a plush suspension design that made it one of the best trucks in its class. Fast-forward to today and Team Losi Racing has taken the TEN-SCTE, added their personal touches, and are here with the TEN-SCTE 2.0. Instead of reinventing the wheel Team Losi Racing has refined, upgraded and improved upon the original design in a number of areas. The TEN-SCTE 2.0 features changes to the weight bias and placement, a new battery mounting configuration, HD differential cases, new front and rear shock towers, and much more. In addition to these changes in the overall platform, items that used to be hop-ups are now included as standard items. This means Ti-Ni parts, threaded shock bodies, aluminum torsion rods, and adjustable suspension mounts all come as standard equipment. Does this new truck have what it takes to replace its predecessor at the top of the 4WD short course class? We're heading to the track to find out. If you like our videos check out our podcast the R/Cast at Horizon Hobby is on Facebook! Visit us at Come +1 us on Google+! Head on over to Follow on Twitter at

Best RC 4x4 Short Course Truck For Bashing
Ever wonder what 4WD short course truck out there is right for you? I've owned just about all the major players out there and here is my take on what the best 4wd sct is for purely bashing. It's really a three man race with the Slash 4x4, SC10 4x4 and Losi Ten SCTE

Hot RC Topic: Associated SC10 4x4 vs. Losi Ten-SCTE
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Team Losi Racing TLR22-4 NSW Challenge Cup Series, Andrew Gillott, 2013
Have a look at the brand new TLR 22T 2.0 Race Kit This is a video of the newly released Team Losi Racing TLR22-4 4WD radio control buggy. The event is the last round of the NSW Challenge Cup RC Race series for 2013 and saw Team Losi Racing driver, Andrew Gillott, take the 2013 series in both 2WD and 4WD classes. Video of A-Final, Leg 3, victory went to Ari Bakla Footage taken by TLR driver Scott Jones