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Old 10-24-2011, 09:47 AM   #211
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Oko where can i buy it using paypal. Out of the States
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check Champ RC in Japan: http://www.rc-champ.co.jp/Champ_Inte...onal_index.htm

Also, when your ordering, following options are essential:
Geardiff (complete) TFW007 (or TFW-07)
Lipochassis, TF232
top plate 2.0 TF233

and a few spares:
front knuckles TF224
front casterblock TF225
front/rear arm TF226H

Only thing I broke is a front knuckle (indoor, hard impact)

Also updated my setup sheet with the tips from Vasco C. Car is now easy and stable, so work in progress!
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Old 10-24-2011, 02:04 PM   #213
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Thanks I would be driving on carpet
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Old 10-27-2011, 10:21 AM   #214
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Thanks to anyone that have answered my many TF6 questions. My TF6 is getting better and better. I used Matthijs' setup sheet as a basis, and worked from that. Now I'm just waiting for the geardiffs (they were posted today), and I'm shure I'll shave off even more of the lap times.
But the single thing that reduced the lap times the most, was actually tuning down the motor power ;-) well I'm a newbie to TC, after all ;-) just a little tip to other fellow newbies...... A faster motor does NOT equal faster lap times!

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Thanks to anyone that have answered my many TF6 questions. My TF6 is getting better and better. I used Matthijs' setup sheet as a basis, and worked from that. Now I'm just waiting for the geardiffs (they were posted today), and I'm shure I'll shave off even more of the lap times.
But the single thing that reduced the lap times the most, was actually tuning down the motor power ;-) well I'm a newbie to TC, after all ;-) just a little tip to other fellow newbies...... A faster motor does NOT equal faster lap times!

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if your learning try running with 0 timing and a 13.5 or a 10.5 motor geared about 5.5 ondoor(small) to 4.0 outdoor (large) track size , your slower but more focused on your lines , i am a better driver without power
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Old 10-27-2011, 11:00 AM   #216
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A bit off the TF-6 topic but yep... Power isn't everything.

We run Hobbywing's Justock motor in our slower classes in Brunei. 0 timing 11.5 motors geared at 5.0 to 5.5. Great for learning to drive and car set up. Fast yet not so powerful that you're sent shopping for parts everytime you crash.

It's capable of keeping up with the faster classes as well. Fastest lap for the top guy in open-mod is low 21secs and the justock is low 22s.

The class has been a god sent in my introduction back into TC racing. Here's a vid of the class http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dk0k7ikEcl4 (Fast forward to 1:40 for action)
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Old 11-03-2011, 03:55 AM   #218
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ok, the second TF6 is up and running at our indoor track. Nice to see that other drivers come to see the cars and are impressed with the quality and looks.

At the ETS series in Europe Christopher Krapp made it on the podium in modified, really good result. His setup (high traction carpet) is my next try on our indoortrack ;-)
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are you going to be stocking the car kits again?
Not sure about kits but market told me they were going to be stocking more parts

A few more of us are getting this car in Aus. I've been running Simon N's spare car and I'm really impressed so far, can't wait to build my kit
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I think good news for everybody:

Christopher Krapps dad is selling a package deal on the TF6. Kit including lipo chassis, lipo upper deck and a gear diff for 499 euro's.

Shipping world wide is possible when customer takes care of the shipping fees

If anybody is interested please contact me: [email protected]
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I think good news for everybody:

Christopher Krapps dad is selling a package deal on the TF6. Kit including lipo chassis, lipo upper deck and a gear diff for 499 euro's.

Shipping world wide is possible when customer takes care of the shipping fees

If anybody is interested please contact me: [email protected]
Damn that would have been good info yesterday
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Sorry guys, I hate to bring it to you but there's been a little misunderstanding..

The gear diff is NOT included in the special action price. So its:

- TF6 kit
- Lipo chassis
- Lipo upperdeck

For 499 euro's.

Its possible to order the gear diff with the package too. Will cost you somewhere about 30 or 40 euro's..

When interested you can either contact me ( [email protected] ) or Chissi's dad directly ( [email protected] ).

Please excuse me for the inconvenience.
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Hey everybody,

I would like to mention a new Facebook page that has been created. This way it should be super easy to stay in close contact with other products users and the team itself.

Please feel free to join and share whatever you want to share!

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kyosho...14037868610613

See ya'll there
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Hey everybody,

I would like to mention a new Facebook page that has been created. This way it should be super easy to stay in close contact with other products users and the team itself.

Please feel free to join and share whatever you want to share!

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kyosho...14037868610613

See ya'll there
Good idea

I'm just about ready to go

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