Shock location (arms)
Shock location (towers)
❯❯ Pro-Line’s new LTR
and tires were
❯❯ Wing is mounted in
the lower two
one hole in from outside
hubs all the way back
center inside middle hole
center outside hole
(F, C, R) 10k, 30k, 3K
- Aluminum upper B block
- Aluminum center diff mounts
- Optional ring and pinion gears
❯❯ Radio Futaba 3PK Super
❯❯ Servos (throttle/ steering) Futaba 9351
❯❯ Engine O.S. Speed 21 VZB V-Spec
❯❯ Plug O.S. P3
❯❯ Pipe Jammin’ JP3
❯❯ Fuel Werks Race Blend 30%
❯❯ Tires Pro-Line Hole Shots LTR (M2 compound)
❯❯ Wheels Pro-Line MTR molded foam
❯❯ Inserts Pro-Line
❯❯ Spur 50-tooth
❯❯ Clutchbell 13-tooth
❯❯ Clutch shoes/ spring Aluminum (OFNA silver),
Gold springs (1.1)
❯❯ Axles are much lighter and smaller in diameter.
❯❯ Molded buggy-style center diff mount is
shorter for smaller spur gears.
❯❯ Smaller, lighter 50-tooth spur gear.
❯❯ “Super big bore” 16mm shocks provide better
dampening and are not much heavier.
❯❯ Chassis width is much narrower, which
reduces weight. It also positions the weight a
significant distance forward.
❯❯ The body is narrower with a shorter cab and
❯❯ Uses the traditional servo tray found in the X-1
buggy. Long servo standoffs are gone to
reduce weight and lower center of gravity.
A Futaba digital servo and aluminum horn give Taylor’s truck
powerful and precise brake control.
Taylor runs the upper arms in the top hole and the steering links in
the rear hole of the draglink to give his X2 more steering.
The new X2 chassis positions the engine farther forward; note the
gap between the engine and the rear bulkhead. This gives the truck
more steering and a more aggressive feel.
The new chassis is much more narrow. Note the brace next to the
center diff, and the kickout at the rear of the chassis that acts as a
nerf bar to protect the radio box. The red stuff is Farm 2 clay.