Well, the build is finally complete! Everything went well with no real hiccups or issues and I am very happy with the way the kit turned out. For an in depth look at how the final Team Losi TLR 22 2.0 kit looks, check out my latest YouTube video!
Building the differential in any RC racing buggy can be a bit of a trick. While building the diff’ for my Team Losi 22 2.0, I put together this video to help out fellow TLR 22 2.0 builders, and it will also apply to other buggies in the same class as well.
My next video is up for my new Team Losi racing buggy! I finished up the rear end and put together a quick video that goes over some of the steps for building this part of the TLR 22 2.0. It is not terribly difficult but hopefully some of the build tips and tricks I have put together will be of some help to other TLR 22 2.0 builders out there.
The build of my new Team Losi TLR 22 2.0 kit is underway! I have created some helpful videos in the process and the first one is how to build the front end and bell crank steering system of the TLR 22 2.0. It is a bit confusing at first, but I made sure to include plenty of info on how to get the bell cranks installed properly. Enjoy!
Christmas came a little bit early for me this year! I have been wanting to get back into 1/10th scale RC buggy racing for a little bit now, and decided to take the plunge by buying myself an Team Losi TLR 22 2.0 racing buggy! I am in the progress of building the kit, as I love to do, and have a bunch of electronics that I picked up as well that need to be installed. Stay tuned for more to come!
Well, winter has come around here in the Denver, CO area. The autocross and car racing season has all but come to end and now it is time for off-season upgrades and work! On the flip side of that, my RC car racing has been slow over the summer months but should be picking up now that the full scale race season is over. Check out my latest video update to find out what is on the plate for the Pit Lane over the winter season!
What’s up car fans! I have a new video today that goes over my latest upgrade to the Project 325 BMW. I picked up a set of lightly used Sparco Sprint V racing seats and they not only fit like a glove, they are very light weight! Check out the video below for all the details.
I have been spending the last few months getting my 1994 BMW 325is ready for racing. The time finally came this past weekend as I participated in our Rocky Mountain BMW CCA autocross event #4! The car was fantastic and I came away with a surprising result Check out the video where I go over the current state of the car as well as some autocross racing action!
So my first mod for Project 325 is in! I purchased a set of Apex Arc 8 racing wheels in silver and the size of 17×9″ wide. The Apex wheels are very light, coming in at just under 18lbs and will be a great upgrade for the car. I am looking forward to getting some tires for these guys and eventually the suspension parts to finish off the handling upgrades. Take a look at the Apex Arc 8 wheels unboxing video I made and feel free to leave a comment and a like!
It’s about time for an update and boy, do I have a good one today! It has been a few months or so since I sold my last autocross and track car, the 1999 Mazda Miata. That car was outfitted with quite a few suspension goodies and was a blast to drive. However, after driving Miata’s for the past couple years, I felt like I needed a change. I wanted something with a fixed roof, was relatively lightweight, RWD, cheap, and was a good platform for an autocross and track car. After much consideration, I decided to look for a e36 generation BMW. These cars meet all my requirements and on top of that, are hugely popular in the casual/club racer scene and have gobs of aftermarket support. The search was on and it took about 6 months of on and off craigslist hunting to find the car that met my requirements and was in my budget (<$2000). I ended up finding a 1994 BMW 325is with about 197k miles on it, for a measly $1700! The car is jet black with black interior and runs strong with a good shifting 5 speed manual transmission. It is in need of some cosmetic care and minor maintenance, but what 20 year old car isn’t? As for the future plans, I will be prepping the car for the STX class in SCCA autocross. Stay tuned as I plan to video log all my upgrades and maintenance activities on my youtube channel, Justin’s Pit Lane. For now, enjoy the pictures below and my first “Project 325″ video!