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Team Losi 22-4

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Un Team Losi 44 Forty Four...... pour le prochain salon de Nuremberg ......c'est à vérifier mais même temps cela semble bien logique.

Je sais qui à des informations à lui de nous en dire plus si il veut....

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Ooooooouuuuuuuuuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii !!! C'est pas comme si ca faisait 7/8 ans qu'on l'attendait !

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va falloir faire de la place,il me les faut toussssssssssssssssssss

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pas spécialement mais losi a toujours fait de superbe 4x4 donc j'attend celui ci avec impatience, j'aime aussi le changement et depuis le temps qu'ils n'en ont pas fait ça risque d’être une balle ..........

wait and see buddy!!!

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Le tant attendu successeur du Double X4 et Triple X4 se dessine. Voici les images du site LiveRC:

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Sleek looking body.

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The geometry of the towers looks quite XX-4ish.

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TLR crew pulling it in for some adjustments every couple laps. Rightfully so...we believe this to be the first time the car has seen dirt.

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Back out for a couple more laps.

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Even weight transfer rolling through the turns (this pic is from about 200 feet away...love the new Nikon lens!)

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Looking through the window of our car as we leave. TLR tens had walls on ever side except a small opening for airflow. It must be hot in there!

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Under braking.

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Under acceleration.

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Jumping. Looks to have more droop than XXX-4.

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It looks like an aluminum chassis...

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Yep...definitely aluminum.

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Roller jump. The tower definitely look beefier than 4WD's past.

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Kevin (team manager) and Mike (engineer) tweaking on the car every couple laps.

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Only one day after the ROAR Nationals comes to an end, we have some breaking news in the 1:10 electric off-road market; the highly anticipated new TLR 4WD buggy DOES exist, and we got pictures through sheer luck!

The LiveRC crew stopped by the Silver Dollar Raceway this morning on our way to the airport to do some last minute planning for the upcoming worlds. While we were walking around the outer perimeter of the track and talking with the event promoters and looking for the ideal spot for our trailer, we saw the TLR van pull up. We thought nothing of it at the time, until newly crowned national champion Dakotah Phend hit the track in a vehicle we didn't recognize...and it is most definitely a new 4WD vehicle. The entire TLR pits was on lockdown, but on our way out, we managed to snatch these pics from outside the fence with our new 400mm super-zoom lens, which has proved very worthy.

But first, let me apologize for the brevity of this write-up. We literally grabbed these photos within a 3 minute period and then had to jump in the car to make it to the airport. I am writing up this report as I am waiting to board the plane, so it will be short and sweet, but I am sure all of the Internet engineers out there will explain even the most inner workings :)

WHAT WE KNOW:

The car is belt drive. We can't really prove that with pics, but any racer can tell the difference between the sound of a belt drive and a shaft drive car. This was definitely the smooth sound of a belt drivetrain. We can also tell it has an aluminum chassis. Outside of that, you can depict the rest from the pictures...we are being called to board right now!

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il est bien avancé ce 4x4, definitivement pas un proto

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Amen !!!!!!!!!! vivement le reste !!!

Je pense transmission à courroie, maintenant voir les diff billes ou pignons ??? il me semble voir une ressemblance avec la xx4 ???

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WHAT WE KNOW:

The car is belt drive...

:-_-:

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Fred, tu m'a dit que le 4x4 c'étais pas pour toi ?! XD

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Super nouvelle. Un 22 2.0 qui gagne lors de sa première sortie et un 24 / 44 a venir. A la veille des mondiaux Losi sort l'artillerie lourde

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quelques autres photos reçues de la potentiel architecture :

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Fred, tu m'a dit que le 4x4 c'étais pas pour toi ?! XD

Bah oui mais un nouveau losi 4 wd c'est un évenement quand même , si en plus il est à courroies je vais craquer c'est sur..

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Bah oui mais un nouveau losi 4 wd c'est un évenement quand même , si en plus il est à courroies je vais craquer c'est sur..

pourquoi c'est mieux à courroies

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pourquoi c'est mieux à courroies

je prefere le silence des courroies , choix perso. Plus doux selon moi et pis j'aime ça ....(le couple courroies diff à billes c'est ce que je prefere)

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Bonjour,

Personnellement je préfère les courroies aussi, le comportement des voitures est un peu plus "souple".

Et puis c'est un losi, donc les courroies seront protégées (c'est même sûr, quand on voit la forme de la carro et la position du slipper, et il y en aura 3).

Le comportement du XX4, la robustesse du 22, ce sera mon premier 4x4 depuis plus de 10 ans (XXX4).

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