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Old 05-31-2007, 03:12 AM   #2566
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Hey Guys Question, I was on Associated site looking at all the TC-5 setups 19t/Modified and I noticed that all the setups that they dont use any sway bars usally I use sway bars is this a new setup trend or itwas just for that track also what do you guys think of Orions new Q-brush
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Can someone from AE post Timmy Heisers setup from the novak race and his setup from the carpet nats? Both races the car had good A Main showings.

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Hey Wop,

It's actually in my wifes car, which I only used for the first time at the last race meet. I thought that it was awesome! Real smooth, good speed and I like the way it coasts into corners a little more than my CO27's.

I ordered one i liked it so much!!!
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Old 05-31-2007, 04:03 AM   #2569
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where are all the tc5 setups ? i looked and didnt find any for the tc5 can you give a link please
AE TC5 setup sheets

My own editable setup sheet and gear ratio chart (64dp) can be found on Action R/C


EA 2007 RROC setup

This should get you started.


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Old 05-31-2007, 04:14 AM   #2570
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Can someone from AE post Timmy Heisers setup from the novak race and his setup from the carpet nats? Both races the car had good A Main showings.
Team Associated setup sheets:

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Old 05-31-2007, 04:19 AM   #2571
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I remember reading that the TC5 pistons were larger?

What shock pistons are being used?
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Old 05-31-2007, 04:27 AM   #2572
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I remember reading that the TC5 pistons were larger?

What shock pistons are being used?
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Old 05-31-2007, 04:34 AM   #2573
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Part no: 6465
Oh kool, standard parts, time to rob my TC3 & TC4 parts bin



I'm also looking for someone to paint a few bodies... is there anyone local to the south bay (california)? Who would u recommend?
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Old 05-31-2007, 06:22 AM   #2574
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Just a front diff. The one-ways and spools should be here in about 2 weeks.

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how's the car without the spool? base set-up?
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Old 05-31-2007, 06:25 AM   #2575
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What are your thoughts on just running the ITF top deck? Think it would help as opposed to not at all. Or do you need both to really reap the benefits

I think that you could probably get away with it on a track with good bite. The top deck is where most of the flex comes from anyways I think.

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Old 05-31-2007, 06:27 AM   #2576
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how's the car without the spool? base set-up?
Its very good on carpet. I am not sure how it is on asphalt as I have only ran it at the Reedy race.

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Old 05-31-2007, 07:39 AM   #2577
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Old 05-31-2007, 09:15 AM   #2578
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What are your thoughts on just running the ITF top deck? Think it would help as opposed to not at all. Or do you need both to really reap the benefits
I am willing to bet you could run just the topdeck, I thought they came together.
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Old 05-31-2007, 09:23 AM   #2579
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I have not yet but I have only ran it on asphalt at the Reedy and then ran it 3-4 times on carpet. One thing I did notice is that it did NOT build up carpet fuzz in the diff pulleys like my previous car did. I think this is due to the new material belts. They dont stretch much and give killer rip. I think they have less fibers in them.

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You might want to turn the brown nosing down a notch. You defened your previous sponsor soo much that this makes you looks stupid.

The belts give you rip? I always thought it was the hingepins that gave you rip? If its the fibers that make a belt have "rip" then the Losi Type-R must have the most rip of any car casue I do belive that the belts on the Type-R have no fibers.

I am interested in buying one of these cars but with misinformation like this Its hard to belive anything that is said on this thread.
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Old 05-31-2007, 09:29 AM   #2580
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You might want to turn the brown nosing down a notch. You defened your previous sponsor soo much that this makes you looks stupid.

The belts give you rip? I always thought it was the hingepins that gave you rip? If its the fibers that make a belt have "rip" then the Losi Type-R must have the most rip of any car casue I do belive that the belts on the Type-R have no fibers.

I am interested in buying one of these cars but with misinformation like this Its hard to belive anything that is said on this thread.
Here we go again....another 1st post by someone with no balls. The fact that this is your first post simply makes you look like an A-Hole.....enough said...

A belt with less stretch will give you a different fell over one that stretches. Its a known fact that a belt with a lot of fibers in it will stretch and will also start to come apart once you get any type of debris in it.....Next carpet race you are at look at all the guys cleaning all their pulleys out and the crap sticking to their belts. I was simply stating that the belts on this car are different....No disrespect to any other cars.

You are correct about the Losi belts too...they dont have fibers in them either and dont stretch or come apart.

Believe what you want as it's pretty obvious you have no clue what so ever

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