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Old 10-17-2013, 12:43 AM   #736
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Is anyone using TFW120 - One Piece Aluminum Sus. Mount??

My Front belt is rubbing against it.
Flip it upside down so the belt runs under the mount
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Old 10-17-2013, 12:49 AM   #737
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I have just ordered one, hope I don't get that problem.
I have had a problem with the steering linkage arm connected to the servo arm. It is rubbing on the underside of the top deck. I am using the SP2 top deck with a raceberry servo mount. Any ideas??
A tiny bit of rub is ok. If it is a lot and interfering with the servo operation ... Either the servo horn is to large (use standard it plastic one) or the race berry servo mount might not be compatible with the sp2 top deck as raceberry released this with the standard sp top deck... (More narrow). You will need the kyosho mount.
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Old 11-04-2013, 01:08 AM   #738
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does anyone know what dcj's fit the tf6 from another car?
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Old 11-17-2013, 09:19 AM   #739
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Hi guys! Just wondering if anyone has used the "shorter" shocks with te raceberry lowered shock towers. If so what shocks are people using as at the moment Kyosho dont actually make there own.

I have been looking at the T-Shock but just wanted to know what everyone else thinks.
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Old 11-17-2013, 09:28 AM   #740
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^^^ I got a set of Tshox that I used on my tf6 if your interested pm me
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Old 12-17-2013, 03:04 PM   #741
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Hi Guys,

Selling the below, 2x Kyosho TF6 SP2 kits. 1 BNIB and one used 5 club days.

BNIB KYOSHO TF6 SP2 Kit

KYOSHO TF6 SP2 W/ Floating servo mount and heaps of Spares
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Old 02-28-2014, 07:43 AM   #742
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What distributer sells this kit and also, parts?

Thanks
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Old 02-28-2014, 10:15 AM   #743
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Kyosho don't make short shocks indeed..

Personally I feel outdoors the regular shocks are just as good or maybe even better when the traction is average (regular asphalt). When traction is like this you want a bit of 'bodyroll' in your car to get maximum traction..

When the traction is really high (carpet/asphalt with sugerwater) the short shocks seem to work. I haven't heard a lot of positive stories about the T-Shox.. I recon the Raceberry's are worth the try

Just a quick update on my latest modification;

I've created a carbon brace from the bracket that comes with the SP kit. This brace joins the steering arms together with a post (steering arm post) mounted on top of it, which is bolted onto the (new) upperdeck. This provides more flex options to choose from.. costs basically nothing


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Nice tc but really 629.00 on rc market...wtf! Is the car really that good?
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Heh. Anything kyosho is big money. But I've been told their parts quality is legendary. I had a zx5 that sure was.
I'd love one of these but haven't found a lot of stateside support for it.
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Anyone know if this will work on the TF6?

http://emrfactory.com/store/roche-fl...-mount-xray-t4

I am sure I can make it work, but don't want to drill holes if I don't have to.
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Anyone know if this will work on the TF6?

http://emrfactory.com/store/roche-fl...-mount-xray-t4

I am sure I can make it work, but don't want to drill holes if I don't have to.


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I can't find that one in stock anywhere
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I can't find that one in stock anywhere
You would have to purchase one from the Japanese sites.

http://www.pro-s-futaba.co.jp/home/

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http://www.rc-champ.co.jp/Champ_Inte...onal_index.htm
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