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Old 01-14-2008, 08:49 AM   #5131
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im using 115t spur and 44pinion....and motor gets really really really hot...oh im using 4.5LRP brushless with lrp sphere....i dont have the capacitor on the speed control though....is my gearing wrong? or is it cuz i dont have the capacitor? (the cap burnt!)
Most likely you are overgeared...but what are your belt tension settings?

also, if a speedo comes with a capacitor, I would recomend using it..
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Old 01-14-2008, 12:12 PM   #5132
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hi, I've had a problem with wheels on the TC5 coming off about 4mins into a race. I've changed the stub axles - but there's still a wobble in wheel. I'm using nylock nuts. I'm starting to wonder if it's the CVDs. Has anyone else had an issue with this? Thanks for your help in advance.

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If so check out this thread Associated Factory Team TC5, Brushless, LiPo, Li-ion Nanophosphate, Tips and Tricks I believe John was having the same trouble and he found that the wheel hexes were slightly too small for the hex in the wheels so the wheels were rocking back & forward on accel/decel and causing the nuts to loosen, he fixed it by going to some Losi hexes I believe which are a tighter fit in the wheel
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Old 01-14-2008, 03:16 PM   #5133
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Has anyone run asphalt with jaco blue rubber tires yet. We are switching to them from cs-27's and wonder if there is quite a difference or not.
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Old 01-14-2008, 03:51 PM   #5134
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i see the hard suspension parts have been released. now we'll see how the car does on carpet.
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i see the hard suspension parts have been released. now we'll see how the car does on carpet.

Did you not see the results from the novak race

brian jucha 3rd place overall 13.5 foam
bob stellflue BQ and won the b main with ease
keven hebert A main mod

The car with the hard suspension parts and the setup rob king posted the car was totally dialed!!!

just run bigger tires on lower bite surfaces.
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Has anyone run asphalt with jaco blue rubber tires yet. We are switching to them from cs-27's and wonder if there is quite a difference or not.
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I ran Jaco blues at the end of the summer...they are a larger diameter than CS/RP tires...because of the size I had to change down-travel and ride hight and thats about it.
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Old 01-14-2008, 04:29 PM   #5137
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Did you not see the results from the novak race

brian jucha 3rd place overall 13.5 foam
bob stellflue BQ and won the b main with ease
keven hebert A main mod

The car with the hard suspension parts and the setup rob king posted the car was totally dialed!!!

just run bigger tires on lower bite surfaces.
nope, did not see the novak race. when they raced in cleveland the factory drivers had the prototype parts and today i see they're released to the public. when i said now we'll see what it will do on carpet, i was talking about the little guy racers, not factory drivers.
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Old 01-14-2008, 11:36 PM   #5138
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The TC5 has had some good results here in South East Queensland - AUS.

Current QLD State Champion 07 in Stock
Just took 1st and 3rd in Stock at the Presidents Cup at the Bayside club. A small race that was very competitive.

Couple of questions............

Is the current 35wt Number 2 pistons still the choice for Asphalt Rubber tyres, or has there been some further developments.

What handling changes does changing the diff heights make to the car, for Asphalt Rubber tyre?

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Old 01-15-2008, 12:02 AM   #5139
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Sorry for all the questions,

If I were to change the Arm holders from say #1's to #3's in the same configuration, what handling changes would that cause?

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Sorry for all the questions,

If I were to change the Arm holders from say #1's to #3's in the same configuration, what handling changes would that cause?

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#1 arm mount (low roll center) - for low traction surface, more stable.
#3 arm mount (high roll center) - more aggressive, less stable, tight layout recommended
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nope, did not see the novak race. when they raced in cleveland the factory drivers had the prototype parts and today i see they're released to the public. when i said now we'll see what it will do on carpet, i was talking about the little guy racers, not factory drivers.
Put the setup I posted on the car and drive. All will be revealed.
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did you guys running carpet see this yet?

http://www.rc10.com/newprod/newprod_aeparts.htm
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did you guys running carpet see this yet?

http://www.rc10.com/newprod/newprod_aeparts.htm
Wow, wish I knew about this before I sold the car...
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What handling changes does changing the diff heights make to the car, for Asphalt Rubber tyre?

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What handling changes does changing the diff heights make to the car, for Asphalt Rubber tyre?

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Raising the diff will result in more onpower traction in the end you raised the diff. For example, putting the front diff to the highest position and rear diff to the lowest position will give you the most onpower steering and vice versa. I normally run mine mid low both ends, sometimes mid high in the front. If the driveshafts are straight your car will the more neutral on and off power. The driveshafts try to straighten out when accelerating which causes the handling effects.
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