Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit

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This is the Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit. The 22 2.0 buggy is an evolution of the visionary 1/10-scale platform that captured wins at the ROAR National Championships, Spektrum Race and Reedy Race of Champions the year it was introduced. Like its predecessor, it is engineered to take full advantage of high-output brushless power systems and includes hardware for both rear- or mid-motor chassis configurations. To this race-winning formula it brings updates to the suspension geometry, shocks and diff that make the 2.0 even easier to drive fast.

Taking the winning platform of the 22 to the next level wasn't easy but the 22 2.0 is a worthy successor. The 22 2.0 buggy features a refined front suspension geometry which makes the car easier to drive fast. The hinge pins, shock shafts and king pins all feature improved Titanium Carbo-Nitride coating for reduced friction and better wear characteristics. The shocks themselves have been updated with bleeder shock caps, low-friction X-Ring seals and machined pistons for the smoothest, most-consistent shocks ever produced by Team Losi Racing. Additionally the 22 2.0 also includes some of the top hop-up parts from the 22 as standard items including aluminum rear wheel hexes, aluminum rear camber block and aluminum shim kit.

The (R)Evolution continues with the Team Losi Racing 22 2.0. By combining unique design elements, easier-to-drive handling characteristics and the exceptional durability that the original platform is known for, the 22 2.0 will continue to demonstrate that Engineering Wins.


  • Spindle and Caster Block With Revised Geometry
  • Threaded King Pins and Outer Hinge Pins
  • Aluminum Front Pivot
  • Steering Rack with Ackermann Adjustment
  • Aluminum Ball Stud Spacers Throughout
  • Titanium Carbo Nitride (TiCN) Coated Shock Shafts and Hinge Pins
  • Adjustable Hard-Mount Battery Holder
  • Aluminum Rear Camber Block
  • Revised Rear Hub Carrier with Additional Clearance
  • Inside Shock Mounting Location
  • Gen 2 Shocks with Machined Plastics and X-Ring Seals
  • Adjustable CVA Offset
  • 2.5mm Hard Anodized Aluminum Chassis
  • Updated Differential
  • HDS Slipper with Octagonal Design
  • All Metric Hardware


Type: 2WD Buggy
Scale: 1/10
Length: 14.66 in (372.4mm)
Width: 9.6 in (245.0mm)
Height: 7.87 in (200.0mm)
Ground Clearance: Adjustable
Wheelbase: 11.2 in (283.4mm)
Chassis: 2.5mm 7075-T6 Aluminum
Suspension: 4-wheel Independent
Drivetrain: 2WD
Wheel Size: 2.2 in (55.9mm)
Kit/RTR: Kit
Shock Type: Coilover, Oil Filled
Body: Clear Lexan

Needed To Complete:

  • Radio System
  • Servo
  • ESC, Motor & Pinon Gear
  • Battery & Charger
  • Buggy Tires, Wheels & CA Glue
  • Polycarbonate Paint (for body)

This product was added to our catalog on September 4, 2013.

Patrick Littleton
Friday, Dec 13 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
Recently got one of these directly from Horizon Hobby and set it up in mid-motor. I had all the aluminum upgrades for the mid-motor configuration after attempting it in my 22SCT. I must say, this buggy is surprisingly good at our indoor track in mid motor. It exits turns better than anything I've driven other than 4wd platforms. If you plan to set-up a mid-motor version, make sure to get the weight kit for the rear of the buggy. Also, you will need a set of saddle packs--nothing else fits. As far as the new upgrades to the 22 platform, they are appreciably different. It is "as-advertised" with the front steering and camber block changes. My 22 and 22SCT's shocks are terrible to leak, but the new design eliminates that issue. The diff is better; however, TLR has to improve the diff screw. It is still the same small little thing that breaks or bends nearly every time one attempts to adjust the diff. I would suggest switching to the MIP super diff in all 22 platforms to eliminate this issue. Also, avoid that AVID thrust washer at all costs. It doesn't work at all.)
anthony reynolds
Sunday, Jun 21 2015 (about 2 years ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
To be honest, I have been out of racing for about 13 years. Prior to my hiatus, I was driving Losi buggys and on-road 4wd Losi as well. I loved those cars. It seems however that times have changed. I do not know what happened, it used to be that Losi kits were more expensive because they came with everything you needed to beat the competition right out of the box. Now it seems that other kits (less expensive) are the ones that are better out of the box. I drove this car two weekends on a high bite clay track and could not get it to hook up. Regardless of how long I've been out of the hobby, physics is physics, and chassis setup dynamics do not change, its merely changing different aspects of the car, I still understand what affects what. The biggest issue I have is the materials of the kit are pretty cheap. After two weekends I had so much slop in all four wheels it had become very unpredictable in the corners and over jumps. The car is still very drivable, however you would have to spend significantly more to beat the competition on high bite tracks. Ryan Maifield has essentially an unlimited budget and access to every part he wants to make his 22 2.0 do exactly what he needs it to, and is arguably the best driver. You can't judge a car based on who is winning or losing in the pro's.
If you want a car that is fun to drive and are not very serious about competing at your local club, this one will suit you nicely. If you want to be competitive on a mere mortals budget, go with a different chassis.)
gerrenn jennings
Friday, Oct 24 2014 (about 2 years ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
I own several TLR cars. This fits right into their mold. The car is good to drive and works well with inexperienced drivers. I have learned that this car is not for every driver. I have driven a few other buggies that IMO drove for me a little better than my TLR 22 2.0. Now this car was made for the newer smaller electronics. So put that on your list. You will need to be cleaver with how you mount.

With TlR and watching the pros drive it, I have no question about durability. While the manual dont spell out EVERY SINGLE DETAIL, this car is extremely easy to work on.....)
Christian Acevedo
Wednesday, Jan 15 2014 (about 3 years ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
Very strong and durable and easy to build I got this for my first rc kit I been hitting everything and everywhere at the track and nothing has broken yet I love it)
jason ringwood
Sunday, Oct 27 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
Been running this car for 3 weeks now. A few others at the local track have em also. All of us are running it in the mid motor config. on a mid to high bite big clay track. This is my first 2wd mod car and ive made every A main so far. We have typically 2-3 heats of mod buggy. This car is easy to drive. I have yet to break anything. I race/practice 3-5 days a week. I highly recommend this car. its amazing!!)
Jiayang Li
Saturday, Oct 26 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
I just bought this car immediately when it released without any hesitation. I sold my tlr 22 first version, because it was always too hard to drive to me. I want to change it. However, when I assembled this new car and ran it on my local tracks, it is still really hard to tune. I have tried a lot of setups and ask the racers of my local hobby shop, but did not change too much. The quality of TLR is the best, but is not a easy guy that everyone can run it in a fast lap time. A little disjointed, the introductions said this car is much easier to handle, but until now, I did not see. I will keep tuning this car and have a look what will happen.)
Zachary Ogdahl
Monday, Jun 6 2016 (about a year ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
Out of the box this car is fantastic on outdoor dirt, but for todays modern indoor clay tracks its chassis layout is a little frustrating. Its helpful to be able to run a shorty battery sideways in the car to smooth out the body roll. It makes the car much easier to drive. You can only run it lenghtwise unless you buy the exotek chassis conversion. This conversion has both a carbon fiber and aluminum version and makes a big change to the handling of the 2.0. I personally ran the carbon fiber one and it completely changed my car, It suddenly felt smoother and less on edge. i could push it harder as well. The only other upgrade id reccomend would be the 3 gear conversion that TLR just released. It will basically allow your 2.0 to be competetive for years to come. Plus at the time of this review the car is on sale for 200 bucks which is a steal.)
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jan 3 2016 (about a year ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
Best RM 2WD on the market imo. Great quality, performance and durbility.)
Adam Nugent
Sunday, Dec 27 2015 (about a year ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
First kit buggy I ever made, so make of that what you will.

Overall a fantastic kit with excellent materials used throughout, especially loved the finish found on plastic parts.

Plastic parts don't appear to be threaded or only have the start of the thread in there, so grab a hex tool set (metric) unless you want sore hands at the end of the build.

Beautiful box art and manual, though I find AE manuals easier to follow.

Got to love a kit that includes two sets of wheels too.

Justin Ramage
Tuesday, Feb 25 2014 (about 3 years ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
The TLR is my first 1/10 2wd buggy since the original Grasshopper. The kit went together very smooth. The instructions could be a little more clear at times, but in no way hinder you from being able to build it. Also with this kit you get a bunch of upgrades right in the box, as well as two sets of wheels. One pair in white and one pair in yellow. Many have told me that its much easier to drive than the original 22, but I have not driven the first one. I can say however that this car is easy to drive weather you are experenced in buggy. At least for me, learning on this platform has been a breeze.)
Robert Hall
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jan 19 2014 (about 3 years ago)
Team Losi Racing 22 2.0 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Racing Buggy Kit
Just put mine together yesterday, I also own a Schumacher Cougar KR that I just built and so far..I like the Cougar build better. I like the Losi, but not sure what all the hype is about. Yes I know they win races, but I'm not those drivers so..I had two screws strip already, the gearbox doesn't sit flush down on top of the toe block, the manual is probably the worst I have seen..they don't really give you any clear instructions on some things..I found myself going back and forth between pages wondering what the they meant. Also seems like they want you to use Losi only parts..especially the front wheels..really? No universal axles for other rims? The rear hexes will fit Pro-Line, Associated and Schumacher, but nope..not on the front. I don't like how everything is so tight in the chassis when it comes to electronics, I thought the Cougar KR was tight..the 2.0 is horrible, barely room for anything. If I would have known I needed to buy a shorty servo, a different esc with the motor wires coming out from the side instead of the top(viper vtx10)...I would have never bought this. It's a 1/10 buggy, there should be no need for "special" certain kind of electronics to run this. I guess it's already obvious what I think about the body..doesn't fit. It won't fit with my esc mounted on the battery strap because of the motor wires sticking out on the stinks. Not sure why Losi thought it necessary to make the body so small..just no room underneath at all. As far as I'm concerned, this buggy runs good at the track from what I have seen from other owners, but having to buy a new/different servo and esc just to get everything to fit not a good purchase for me. It's either going to sit for a while or I will end up selling it and using the money for another Schumacher, now those are well worth the money when it comes to cost vs. quality and build.)