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Old 05-08-2008, 05:45 PM   #5866
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CUT A VERY VERY SMALL TIP IN THE NOZZLE AND USE A LITTLE THICKER GLUE TAKE UR TIME GO SLW
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Old 05-08-2008, 05:46 PM   #5867
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Kraig..I see Bando on the belt but cant read the rest. Yes I have compaired both the diff and 1-way.. There the same. I have to put photo shop back in and shrink but I just took a couple of pics. Will post soon.

K. King...I just throw new bulk ($1) bearings in the axle's when they start to go away. get a little oil in them and they spin great.

Mr Crum.... thanks but I dont like the shafts on that hard of an angle. The straiter the better for me.

zake540... thats a good idea ! I might have to try that.

K. King.... Here is a setup thats pretty close to what Im running on cement. I gotta believe ashfalt would only be a tire change away.http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/asso...by20080309.pdf
The car rotates hard in the corners but its very balanced, witch makes it easyer to handle. put some d/r in the radio to smooth it out.


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Old 05-08-2008, 05:47 PM   #5868
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CUT A VERY VERY SMALL TIP IN THE NOZZLE AND USE A LITTLE THICKER GLUE TAKE UR TIME GO SLW
thanks, and found the proper thread too

Tips for chassis sanding
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Old 05-08-2008, 09:18 PM   #5869
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when will our lhs's be able to order in the new tc5 R spec chassis?? i called and they cant get them from the distributors yet?? does anyone no how long they will take???

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Old 05-09-2008, 03:27 AM   #5870
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wat is ihs plz explain dont know wat it is but curious 2 know
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Old 05-09-2008, 03:51 AM   #5871
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lhs= local hobby shop
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Old 05-09-2008, 11:45 AM   #5872
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AE has made a new set of adjusters for the belt tension that has extra slots for more adjustment. Part # 31184 they are available now.
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Old 05-09-2008, 12:03 PM   #5873
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when will our lhs's be able to order in the new tc5 R spec chassis?? i called and they cant get them from the distributors yet?? does anyone no how long they will take???

thanks
There is no new spec chassis, its just the ITF chassis and deck thats been out for awhile.

The TC5R is just a combination of parts that have been out for awhile combined into a kit to make it easier.
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AE has made a new set of adjusters for the belt tension that has extra slots for more adjustment. Part # 31184 they are available now.
Dagg! I just bought a yokomo bd belt from ebay

But way to go AE for being on top of customers demands and wants.
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Old 05-09-2008, 09:37 PM   #5875
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So what are the doing to turn the front diff into a spool with the new cars? Sandpaper on the diff rings?
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AE #31179 Spool kit
http://aedownloads.com/downloads/item_photos/31179.jpg
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the tc5R already comes with the front spool
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AE has made a new set of adjusters for the belt tension that has extra slots for more adjustment. Part # 31184 they are available now.
Awsome !!! I will check into it. Thanks.

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From what i read it is not the spool. It says the diff can be converted to a spool.
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Old 05-10-2008, 08:16 AM   #5880
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oh i just read it from redrc were it said

Factory Team TC5R features
- Belt drive with adjustable differential heights and belt tension
- Blue aluminum outdrives
- Hardened steel CVAs with cross-pin retaining clips
- Blue aluminum clamping wheel hexes
- 20 Precision ball-bearings
- Blue aluminum bulkheads and motor-mount
- Woven carbon fiber battery strap included
- ITF 2mm woven carbon fiber chassis and top plate
- Front & rear anti-roll bars included
- VCS2 shock package
- Titanium turnbuckles
- Genuine Kimbrough 48 pitch spur-gear included
- 3mm inner hinge-pins and 2.5mm outer hinge pins
- Adjustable roll-centers hinge-pin angle
- Vertical ball studs
- 3mm woven carbon fiber shock towers
- Mono-bellcrank steering with adjustable servo-saver
- Indexed balancing holes in shock towers
- Spool option included
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