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Old 10-03-2013
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i was thinking of buying the h2 pro and was wondering if the parts from a losi 22 will fit as my brother runs one and we could share parts hope someone can advice
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The shock parts and wheels definately fit

Although I haven't tested it I think the front spindle carriers will fit.

The suspension arms will fit, however as they kick up on the TLR, this will upset the suspension geometry on the H2

Parts for the H2 are really cheap and also (touch wood) very stong so you shouldn't need a large/costly spares package.
I recently purchased a set of wishbones, wheels, spindles and front bulkhead and it only cost £17!!
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thanx for that where do you get your parts from? does dave sell them at west bridgeford i get my team c parts off him when i go
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he does as they come through CML - took about 10 days to get them in. I actually ordered my H2 from him and it arrived next day.
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i was looking at one in pbm and they look good value for money what do you think of the kit for value and quality or should i get a dex210 or stick with my tc02c?
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quality is definitely up there with the 22. I haven't raced mine yet but have a look at the "how are people finding it on carpet" thread - consensus is that its quicker/more aggressive than the tc02c. It also comes with big bores and the flexibility to run 3/4 gear in both rear and mid setups. are you racing at wbmcc soon? if so you are welcome to try mine before you buy
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i might be there on friday if not will be there for the last winter series meet
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cool, I will bring it along this friday, its the car in my profile pic.
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Although I haven't tested it I think the front spindle carriers will fit.
They looked identical with the cars side by side. We should give it a go at the track sometime I'm keen to find out what HoBao bits for on the 22.
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Hiya.

Just wondering if anyone knows if the losi 22 shafts and axles fit on the H2
Snapped a shaft on the H2 last week in a nothing impact...was a tad annoyed.
I know the losi shafts are a bit thicker than the H2 ones but I dont know if the axles are a similar fit.
I know cml stock the h2 shafts and axles but I'm guessing they will be the same ones that come with the kit and as a result will be prone to breaking.

Chris.....
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Does anyone know how close the Losi and H2 geared diffs are? Are they swappable between one another?
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One of the lads at Model Worlds H2's, just to try he put 22 arms, hubs and caster blocks from the 22, droop is reduced on the front with the gull wing arms.

I'm yet to break any plastic parts on the H2 but an option if you want to try it:



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The interesting thing about the 22 parts fitting the H2 is the caster block and trailing hub options for the car, opens up some new tuning options for it.
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I put all the 22 parts around the h2 chassis . Always wanted a plastic chassis
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