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Old 10-11-2012, 07:39 AM   #526
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What's the part number for the shorter uni?
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http://banzaihobby.com/radio-control...p-up-parts/tf6

In regards to the parts TFW114 and TFW115, the pics are the same but the lengths are different.

Is one for the front and one for the rear?
correct and you need the TF242-02 (wheelshaft) & TF242-03 (joint block) to make it complete (for each universal)
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i think the kit comes with 2 tfw-03 am i right so i would only need to order 2 more ?
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Old 10-11-2012, 09:40 AM   #529
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i think the kit comes with 2 tfw-03 am i right so i would only need to order 2 more ?
correct, if you already have the Alu uni's from the TF6sp kit you can use those and the new steel axle ( 2 x TFW114). For the rear you need
2x TF242-02 (wheelshaft) &
2x TF242-03 (joint block) &
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correct, if you already have the Alu uni's from the TF6sp kit you can use those and the new steel axle ( 2 x TFW114). For the rear you need
2x TF242-02 (wheelshaft) &
2x TF242-03 (joint block) &
2x TFW115
LOL your looking at 130 bucks for this stuff....
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correct, if you already have the Alu uni's from the TF6sp kit you can use those and the new steel axle ( 2 x TFW114). For the rear you need
2x TF242-02 (wheelshaft) &
2x TF242-03 (joint block) &
2x TFW115
I saw the manual and the shaft is a 41 mm long for the front.

Does that mean I can use the 37.5 mm for the front so that it can fit a diff with C-C block facing inside?
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correct, if you already have the Alu uni's from the TF6sp kit you can use those and the new steel axle ( 2 x TFW114). For the rear you need
2x TF242-02 (wheelshaft) &
2x TF242-03 (joint block) &
2x TFW115
Ok so spent the 130 lol ...also you think kyosho will come out with a floating servo mount?
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Ok so spent the 130 lol ...also you think kyosho will come out with a floating servo mount?
what is that? you meane a piece of aluminium bolted on the chassisplate and adding some play and room to your servo and steering system?

I really don't know, I've got my servo mounted with tape and the support on the outside, works fine!
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what is that? you meane a piece of aluminium bolted on the chassisplate and adding some play and room to your servo and steering system?

I really don't know, I've got my servo mounted with tape and the support on the outside, works fine!
LOL ! Ok so you dont bolt down your servo on the inside mount ? you just bolt it in the outside mount and double side tape it?
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LOL ! Ok so you dont bolt down your servo on the inside mount ? you just bolt it in the outside mount and double side tape it?
correct! If you really want a bulletproof driveline you can use the steel outdrives. For the spool 2x TFW112, for the geardiff 2x TFW009. If your using the car outside on a dusty track I recommend using an Durango driveshaft outdrive boot set (TDR310022), keeps dust and dirt away!
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Bolting the servo either on the inner or the outer post doesn't really matter as long as you only use one. No real need for a floating servo if you do it this way..
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beauty advice guys ..thanks!
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drove my TF6SP on our tight small indoor track tonight all i can say is

FANTASTIC it has so much steering and rear grip

Think i come to MACH and teach you how to drive Matthijs
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drove my TF6SP on our tight small indoor track tonight all i can say is

FANTASTIC it has so much steering and rear grip

Think i come to MACH and teach you how to drive Matthijs
you're on! ;-)
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pic with the outdrive boots on ;-)

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