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Old 04-19-2012, 08:08 AM
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just got a monster truck. i know it's a LOSI but don't know wich one need help to figure it out. need new parts want to get the right ones.
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Old 04-19-2012, 09:19 AM
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just got a monster truck. i know it's a LOSI but don't know wich one need help to figure it out. need new parts want to get the right ones.


in general these are the physical difference (standard/stock)- part wise.

arm - LST2 and XXL are the same - wider, Aftershock/LST is slightly thinner at the end - less use plastic

hex - not too sure about LST, but Aftershock uses 14mm hex..LST2 and XXL is 20mm hex

CVD (F/R/LR) - LST2 and XXL is universal that can use any hex with the pin through it and uses a hex nut...Aftershock - CVD are different, the pin sits in the hex and uses a 14mm nut to hold the rim to the CVD. This tip of this type of CVD is not strong under extreme or hard bash because the tip that holds the rim may snap...the LST2 and XXL ones are much much stronger.

There are others differences but are interchangeable..above are the main ones..hope it helps..

If you have the Aftershock or the earlier LST, you can convert it to a much stronger LST2 (using existing chassis) or XXL(using XXL chassis)
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Old 04-20-2012, 07:57 AM
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Can you post some pics? That will help me narrow it down for you.
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Old 04-20-2012, 08:08 AM
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It is hard to advise you what to add when we are not sure what you have on it!

I would first start by overhauling the trucks and getting them running well. Then when you want it to do something it is not, post on here and we will try and give you some guidance what to change to give you the desired result.

Also what you are going to do with it has a huge bearing on what you should add or not (racing or bashing)

You will have to look at it to see if the Forward only was installed, many guys change this up (both ways)
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Old 04-20-2012, 10:34 AM
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Thanks, The truck ended up going back to Horizon Hobby for a warranty repair....I got the king of lemons
1 Bad pull starter
2 Bad one way bearing
3 extreme wobble in both front wheels
4 clutch not functioning properly
5 Transmission gears not properly lined up
6 Air leak in engine
8 torn exhaust gasket
9.....I'm sure there was more, but that's all they told me.

All this, and it traveled a total of about 12 feet before I had to put it back in the box.

It was so screwed up out of the box, they replaced it with a new one. Must have been a bad day on the assembly line. Big thanks to Losi and Horizon for standing behind their product.

The new truck will arrive today, I hope this was just a one time screw up from the factory and not a peak into my future with Losi...
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Old 04-22-2012, 07:53 AM
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The new Aftershock is now broken in and running like a champ. Great job Losi and Horizon Hobby. This is one bad truck!
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Old 04-22-2012, 07:10 PM
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Thanks for the reply!!! The trucks came in and were really dirty But they are used... so I expected that. After taking one apart and cleaning it up, I then made a parts list like bearings, clutch shoes and a bunch of two speed parts. I was wondering wether the trucks axels were right or left thread?? I need to figure this out so I can place my order.
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Old 04-22-2012, 08:04 PM
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Also what is a good glow plug for the stock engine?
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Old 05-03-2012, 05:16 PM
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Alright!!! I figured out what axles to buy... thanks to the parts explosion I would like to run 30% Nitro in the trucks. Does this mean I should buy a colder glow plug since the sock plug is hot???
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Old 05-06-2012, 01:48 AM
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Default LST XXL Which Engine?

Lrp .30
Picco .28
Stock flywheel and clutch Do you fit ?
And I think Jp-2 exhaust,how do you think
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