Bag C: Once again after some sleep, I started out checking over my previous work. I was pleased with what I had accomplished and moved on. After reading through the instruction book, I was intimidated, this looked like it was going to be a lot of tedious work. This step includes building the Differential Assembly, Transmission Assembly, Motor install and body mounts. I started out with the Diff assembly, this went together very easy and I was on to the Transmission no problems here either (Thanks to a very helpful Video by Matt Castellano). Things started to slow down when it came time to build the slipper assembly. I had a hard time getting things to line up, but once I figured it out I was fine. I had an extra Traxxas Velineon system laying around, so I installed it. (When I decide on a new Motor ESC combo I will put it in the 22SCT). The rest of this step went together very easy.
Upgraded/ Mod Parts Used: In this step you can choose between the standard rear bumper with mud flaps or a race bumper, which has a cleaner look. I opted for the mud flaps. I also upgraded stock parts with the following; Aluminum Idler Gear (TLR332009) and a Kevlar spur gear (LOSA3985)
Tip from Bag C: If you are at all unsure of how to build a TLR 22 Diff, watch the video. Take your time with the slipper assembly, smaller hands would have been a big help for myself.
Total Time to complete Bag C: 1hr 50min.