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Old 02-20-2005, 01:31 PM   #9691
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do i have to remove it to use a TC4 steering system?
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Old 02-20-2005, 01:45 PM   #9692
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yes look here

http://ca.geocities.com/jleblao093@r....com/index.htm

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Old 02-20-2005, 05:01 PM   #9693
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Old 02-20-2005, 05:28 PM   #9694
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hmmmmm i dont know WHATS GOING ON. that was the site,where the guy exactly shows you how to convert to tc4 steering and wat tools to use.sorry i cant help you beyond that, i havent did it ive only did the battery modification/made the motor hole WIDER. i dont want to risk messing my chassis up with the tc4 steering. good luck some1 may have some pics. do a search on here an look for it!
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Old 02-20-2005, 05:36 PM   #9695
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have you guyz tried drifting with ur tc3? i have, its mega fun, slide to da left, slide to da right, slipe up and down all fricken nighT!!! LOL
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Old 02-20-2005, 06:40 PM   #9696
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Here's the correct URL
http://ca.geocities.com/jleblao093@rogers.com/index.htm

And it doesn't show how to install the TC4 rack on the TC3. It shows how to install the NTC3 rack on the TC3.
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Old 02-22-2005, 08:37 PM   #9697
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Ok i keep breaking TC3 Front Hub Carriers, i heard you can switch to XXX-S Front Hub Carriers. Now do I use the supplied 4 deg caster blocks from losi or just use the TC3 4 deg caster blocks? I have seen people break steering racks left right and center when they use the losi hub carriers and losi caster blocks on a TC3. Is it safe to use only the losi hub carriers and Associated caster blocks.

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Old 02-23-2005, 09:29 AM   #9698
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Is the NTC3 oneway the same as the e TC3. Basicly is it the same part.? I should know this but I don't.
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the one way is the same but the outdrives are differnt. the NTC3 out drives are bigger than the TC3's
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So will it work with those outdrives ?I called the local guy and he said that is a stronger version of the E tc3 and the one to put it anyways???
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The one-way housings are the same (they fit in the same diff case), but the removable outdrives are shorter for the electric when compared to the nitro. If you have a nitro 1-way and want to put in an electric, the outdrives must be replaced for it to work, and the reverse is true if going from an electric to a nitro car.

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So will it work with those outdrives ?I called the local guy and he said that is a stronger version of the E tc3 and the one to put it anyways???
Yes it'll work. I've got one.
The outdrives on the old one way weren't very strong. I've never broke one with the new heavy duty one way.
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Ok i keep breaking TC3 Front Hub Carriers, i heard you can switch to XXX-S Front Hub Carriers. Now do I use the supplied 4 deg caster blocks from losi or just use the TC3 4 deg caster blocks? I have seen people break steering racks left right and center when they use the losi hub carriers and losi caster blocks on a TC3. Is it safe to use only the losi hub carriers and Associated caster blocks
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i did that i averaged 2 a night racing. So i went ally......no problems not even a bend and im not a good driver lol never run the losi ones or seen anybody i know with a TC3 run one
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Ok i keep breaking TC3 Front Hub Carriers, i heard you can switch to XXX-S Front Hub Carriers. Now do I use the supplied 4 deg caster blocks from losi or just use the TC3 4 deg caster blocks? I have seen people break steering racks left right and center when they use the losi hub carriers and losi caster blocks on a TC3. Is it safe to use only the losi hub carriers and Associated caster blocks
Perhaps a wider bumper would help....by RPM. I've yet to break any "C" hubs since using that darn blue RPM bumper.

As for the steering rack.....I'm using NTC3 ones....no more problems with the racks getting jammed by stones and very reliable. Hope this helps.
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