As the TLR Race Team continues to push the envelope of performance for the 22 3.0, they have found that a lay down transmission moving the motor forward greatly improves corner speed and consistently on higher grip tracks. With carpet and Astro-turf tracks growing in popularity, and some US lay tracks running slicks, the need for forward bite is not as critical and corner speed becomes the most sought after performance trait. Moving the motor considerably forward, the weight bias is around 42 percent front and 58 percent rear, giving the car more corner speed and stability. Also, since the ride heights run on these surfaces is usually under 20 mm, to improve the roll centre and bone plunge in the rear the diff is raised 3.5mm and the axle is raised in the hubs by 3.0mm. These changes allow for proper bone angle, bone plunge and roll centre in the rear at these lower ride heights. These are the parts used by the TLR Race Team at the 2015 IFMAR World Championships. Designed as a complete conversion kit, no additional parts or modifications are needed to convert to your 22 3.0.