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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: http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Default.aspx?ProdId=TLR03000 Be a part of Losi's online community with the Losi Forum: http://forum.losi.com Team Losi Racing is on Facebook and Twitter! Visit us at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Team-Losi-Racing/167713576594021 https://twitter.com/TeamLosiRacing


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HorizonHobby.com 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 http://www.horizonhobby.com/podcasts/ Horizon Hobby is on Facebook! Visit us at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Horizon-Hobby/55340718934 Come +1 us on Google+! Head on over to google.com/+HorizonHobby Follow HorizonHobby.com on Twitter at http://twitter.com/Horizon_Hobby

2013 Cactus Classic :: Short Course 2wd Modified (A1 Main) :: Round 5, Race 8
Round 5, Race 8 - Short Course 2wd Modified (A1 Main)

The Best Short Course Truck For Racing
Our first episode tackles an ongoing question we see on all the forums, including our own. Which short course truck, or SCT is the best for racing, what is the fastes and much more. We take a look at the top 5 Short Course Trucks, compare them in speed and handling to help you make your purchasing decision if you wish to run a 2WD Short Course Truck If you have any questions at all visit our forum at http://www.rcnightmare.com/forum it's just much easier to manage, and there are more people there to answer questions Our Website For More Awesomeness http://www.rcnightmare.com First Make Sure You Subscribe To Our Channel Here-Its Free and you'll get updates when we upload new videos like this one: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=friendofrc Some Of Our Popular Playlists You Should Enjoy: Running Bashing Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL280C6C5AE3BDB3E3 RC Short Course Truck Reviews http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC8017C06CE730A07 RC Motor & ESC Reviews http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE4CF6941C9FCE437 Take A Moment To Subscribe Free To Our Other Channels To Score Giveaway Items Too! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=rnightmare http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=friendofrc http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=rcflightschool http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thercskipper

HorizonHobby.com Review - Losi TEN-SCTE
Please click "More Info" for links and more information For more information on the Losi TEN-SCTE or for purchase information please visit: http://www.horizonhobby.com/Products/Default.aspx?ProdID=LOSB0127 Since the arrival of the first 2WD short course truck, there has been a desire for 4WD versions. With 4WD you can generally go faster, hook up more power and can be easier to drive, but getting a 4WD short course truck that handles well, is fast and durable can be a challenge. The folks at Losi have stepped up to the plate with a new variation on their TEN-T platform called the TEN-SCTE. The rolling chassis combines elements of the TEN-T and 810 buggies with a new extended chassis, short course specific front and rear bumpers, and a new motor mount to make what has potential to be one of the best 4WD trucks out there. We were anxious to get some track time with this 4-wheeled wonder and the time has finally come. It's time to strap in and hold on because this is sure to be a wild ride. The TEN-SCTE was absolutely worth the wait and I am excited to get even more running time with it. I ran about a dozen batteries through the truck on my test day and it came out relatively unscathed. I didn't install the fan on the Novak Havoc Pro SC ESC initially and the ESC went into a thermal protection mode during the first run, but I brought the truck into the pits, installed the fan, and never had another problem all day long. Consider that lesson learned. The other minor issue I ran into had to do with the motor mount screws vibrating lose on the last run of the day. I'll admit, I didn't check the screws as I ran so it's my own fault, but it was a bummer none-the-less. When I replaced the screws, I used a bit of Losi-Lok thread locking compound and haven't had an issue since. The TEN-SCTE is an awesome 4WD short course platform and I was very impressed with it. A lot of the credit goes to the Novak Ballistic motor and Havoc Pro SC ESC, but the chassis itself is absolutely capable of running well on any track anywhere. It's well-designed and put together to take even my abuse! The stock Eclipse SCT tires hooked up better than I thought they would; I dare say I could race with these tires in more loamy conditions. The 8IGHT lineage was prevalent all-day-long and I was often reminded of my experience running my 8IGHT-E with the TEN-SCTE. If you're searching for a competition-level 4WD short course truck, your search just ended. I can see this truck winning a lot more races all around the world, leaving you with an important decision: race one...or chase one. Questions? Comments? Feel free to e-mail us at Editors@HorizonRC.com If you like our videos check out our podcast, the R/Cast, every Thursday at http://www.horizonhobby.com/podcasts/ Horizon Hobby is now on Facebook! Visit us at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Horizon-Hobby/55340718934 Follow HorizonHobby.com on Twitter at http://twitter.com/Horizon_Hobby

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