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Old 07-01-2004, 12:50 PM   #8806
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the nitro one fits the same, just get that one
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I can't seem to find a one way for my elec. TC3 anyone know where I can get one. I already looked on the Team web site Couldn't find it??????????
http://www.kthobbies.com/store/tc3_parts.htm

They have both the Yokomo and Associated HD in stock.

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Old 07-01-2004, 02:12 PM   #8808
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the nitro one fits the same, just get that one
it fits the same but you need differnt outdrives
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Old 07-01-2004, 02:16 PM   #8809
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I can't seem to find a one way for my elec. TC3 anyone know where I can get one. I already looked on the Team web site Couldn't find it??????????
Ebay has one for sell right now brand new. Just search on TC3 one-way
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Old 07-01-2004, 03:06 PM   #8810
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She's a thing of beauty! It's nice to see an umolested copy of the first TC3. Keep it clean!
Unmolested???

What are those aluminum diff cases, and the carbon fiber chassis braces?
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Old 07-01-2004, 06:13 PM   #8811
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tc race pro thats a very clean and extremly nice!
what kind of motor and esc you got in that monster?
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Old 07-01-2004, 09:53 PM   #8812
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ok guys here goes. ok i took mikes blackstocks setup off associated website an pujt\ it\ on my car. its the snowbirds 1. the car is handling very well good traction, no rear end sliding bascially perfect(maybe).i came in 1st place in my class rookie sedan i lapped every1 by 3 laps r 2, so now im stuck at 17 laps and all the stock guys r doin right at 18 and faster guys r doin 20.is it my drivin thats makin me not run 18 r 19 laps? remember this is a stock tc3 with some upgrades but no graphite.ny tips on wat i can do to my car r my drivin \ so i can be alot smoother on the track and hit 18 r 19 laps?i have awesome electronics. but this passed sunday was my 2nd race in 2 yrs. this is a technical carpet track i race on.plz ny advice is excepted.

for pics at the track r just interested in watg i race\ on go to www.mikeshobbyshop.com
One thing that I can think of is driving I talked with serveral a main stock drivers from the snowbirds like Mark Smyka, Booby Flack and 2nd place TC3 driver Paul C. and what i found out was that I was just not driving the car hard enough. there were places that I was lifting off throttle that these guys were taking it full wood. I never tried it because my small brain said lift fool lift. just something for you to think about. aslo how free is the drivetrain if you haven't done any work on it you might want to. it makes a huge difference
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Thanks for your comments guys, i have a GM V8 Unlimted ESC and a 10X2 modified motor. All u got to do brush off the dust or dirt with a Paint brush!!! Thats what i use... lol
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Default Blueprinting Diff Case

I have heard that people are blueprinting their diff case. What does this mean and how does it help the tc3. Any help would be appreciated.

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Getting my new FT TC3 hopefully in a week!!!
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Old 07-02-2004, 11:53 AM   #8815
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Unmolested???

What are those aluminum diff cases, and the carbon fiber chassis braces?
And he still has the Racer Kit shocks
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Unmolested???

What are those aluminum diff cases, and the carbon fiber chassis braces?
I don't think those are aluminum...I could be wrong, but they look like painted stock diff cases
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Old 07-02-2004, 12:50 PM   #8817
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Hey Cpatel529..on the 4th page, there's a thread call tc3 bluprinting cases......I gave a pretty good explaination .....best I could describe what I do anyway
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Old 07-02-2004, 01:15 PM   #8818
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whats a good charger for the tc3 rtr kit, i'm getting it soon and i dont know what charger to get??? i'm willing to spend no more than 50
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I have been racing my TC3 for more than 4 1/2 years. Heres my first one I still race, im keeping this one forever...!!!
TC3 #1 ...
Heres mine!
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Nice looking car u got there !!

Have a q for u: where can I find those red aluminum diff cases ?

I think those cases just gona fit my spare car great..

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Old 07-02-2004, 04:14 PM   #8820
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Picture of my spare car..
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