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Old 09-04-2012, 11:49 AM   #481
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ok cool im gonna get a spare set of the long and short arms just too experiment ....should i bother getting the tf6 chassis or just stick with the sp chassis for carpet?
if you swap to the short arm's dont forget to swap the front spacers from C in to C out otherwise the suspension will bind up

I know this because it took me all night to find the problem
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Old 09-04-2012, 12:03 PM   #482
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if you swap to the short arm's dont forget to swap the front spacers from C in to C out otherwise the suspension will bind up

I know this because it took me all night to find the problem
Thanks dude for saving me the trouble lol.
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Old 09-06-2012, 02:06 PM   #483
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Ok so the tf6 sp comes with the tf235 top deck and then you can get the tf202 top deck which is just the tf6 top deck...how thick? and theres also a tf233 ....do i have this rite? and whats the difference between tf235 and tf233 because the packages both say 2.0mm
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Old 09-06-2012, 03:28 PM   #484
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Ok so the tf6 sp comes with the tf235 top deck and then you can get the tf202 top deck which is just the tf6 top deck...how thick? and theres also a tf233 ....do i have this rite? and whats the difference between tf235 and tf233 because the packages both say 2.0mm
never mind just noticed there designed differently
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The original TF6 upperdeck is 2.5mm (kit with cell chassis).. The one you need is the 'new' TF6 upperdeck, this one is thinner
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Old 09-07-2012, 05:55 AM   #486
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The original TF6 upperdeck is 2.5mm (kit with cell chassis).. The one you need is the 'new' TF6 upperdeck, this one is thinner
Ok The "new" tf6 upper deck is tf233 and yes i got it i also got the original tf6 upper deck just to try all 3....i know i might not need it but i like to have options lol

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Old 09-13-2012, 07:43 AM   #487
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Wow this thread gets buried fast ....i guess there really isnt many guys with this kit lol.....anyways just wondering if anybody knows when the new steel cvds are coming out and whats the company called who makes them again?
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Wow this thread gets buried fast ....i guess there really isnt many guys with this kit lol.....anyways just wondering if anybody knows when the new steel cvds are coming out and whats the company called who makes them again?
Kyosho makes them

they wont be long as far as i hear
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will the tf6 knuckles part #tf224 work in place of part#tf237 tf6sp knuckles
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will the tf6 knuckles part #tf224 work in place of part#tf237 tf6sp knuckles
the TF6 and TF6sp have different steering knuckles so you cannot use the old on the new car
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the TF6 and TF6sp have different steering knuckles so you cannot use the old on the new car
Thats what I thought
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RedRC: http://www.redrc.net/2012/09/john-br...yosho-tc-team/

I'm very happy to tell you guys that one of my best friends and fellow rc racer has signed at Kyosho! I'll try to get John's support here to rctech as soon as possible!
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RedRC: http://www.redrc.net/2012/09/john-br...yosho-tc-team/

I'm very happy to tell you guys that one of my best friends and fellow rc racer has signed at Kyosho! I'll try to get John's support here to rctech as soon as possible!
Conrats Kiwi

Cant wait to see what you can do with this great car

See ya on the track fella
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Great news on more Kyosho drivers..

Question about the knuckle spacer under the steering knuckle...


What is the effect of running high and low?
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In case, someone can be interested, editable setup sheet for TF6SP available on petit
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