Weight, as tested:
Shock positions, towers (F/R):
Shock positions, arms (F/R):
Camber-link positions, towers (F/R):
Camber-link positions, hubs (F/R):
Tires & inserts:
TEST GEAR (NO T INCLUDED)
13. 2 in.
12. 4 in.
6. 5 in.
3-DIFF SHAFT DRIVE
A shaft-driven 4WD drivetrain gets the wheels spinning
and is basically a smaller version of what is used on Losi’s
1/8-scale vehicles. It uses front, center, and rear di;erentials
that have grease inside to keep the bevel gears in the housing
from wearing. ;e housings are sealed, so fluids can be used
for tuning if you choose to do so. ;e center-di; housing
and plastic spur gear that is attached to it is protected by a
plastic housing. Dogbones are used to transfer power to the
front and rear di;erentials, but the wheels get smoother (and
rebuildable) CVA shafts.
;e Dynamite 3800Kv motor
is good for speeds of more
Independent suspension is used on all four corners to soak
up bumps and jumps, and another cost-reducing feature of
the TEN-MT is the fixed-length camber and toe links. Most
bashers don’t touch these adjustments, so it’s a logical place
to save money. If you feel like these are adjustments that
you’d like to make, Losi has you covered with an optional
turnbuckle set. Plastic-body oil-filled shocks provide the
damping for the truck, and they use clip-on plastic spacers
of various thicknesses to adjust ride height. ;e tops of the
shocks are bolted to molded plastic shock towers.
Fixed-length links take
care of setting camber
and toe. If you want to
adjust camber, turnbuckles are optional.