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Old 12-03-2010, 02:08 AM   #1486
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Where can setups be found for this car? Looking for Hara's IIC setup and asphalt setups.

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Where can setups be found for this car? Looking for Hara's IIC setup and asphalt setups.

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Old 12-03-2010, 02:29 AM   #1488
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Old 12-04-2010, 12:51 PM   #1489
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Can someone confirm whether the body posts from the TC are in the same position as in the TCX and also in relation to the car's wheelbase?

In other words, is a TC body a direct fit to a TCX ?

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Old 12-04-2010, 01:22 PM   #1490
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Can someone confirm whether the body posts from the TC are in the same position as in the TCX and also in relation to the car's wheelbase?

In other words, is a TC body a direct fit to a TCX ?

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Old 12-05-2010, 06:34 AM   #1491
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Does anyone know who has the following in stock? part #68734 Universal Drive Shaft 46mm
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Old 12-05-2010, 01:25 PM   #1492
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Question, which set of arms are the better on impact.

#67719 graphite or #73506 carbon graphite
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Question, which set of arms are the better on impact.

#67719 graphite or #73506 carbon graphite
The 73506 are a bit stronger.

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Old 12-05-2010, 03:09 PM   #1494
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hello is the spec-r geardiff already available for the TCX
and where is this vor sale

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Old 12-05-2010, 03:32 PM   #1495
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Hi guys I thought Id share my gear diff conversion with everybody. Its a Spec R Xray 38tooth diff giving a 1.9 final drive and no need to change any belts. The diff needs about 1 mm of shimming. Xray 50mm driveshafts and blades. The driveshafts are a perfect fit into the axles. Front pulley is a xray ball diff pulley which has had the centre hole enlarged a little with a body reamer and elongate two holes for the screws.
Hi guys a little more progress on the car. For those of you looking for an alternative for the front end I have fitted a T3 spool and Hudy spring steel 52mm shafts for a stronger replacement of the original alloy 46mm shafts. All is needed is a little shimming of around .5-.75. This is a 38t pulley to work with the gear diff. Just pity there is a little less Purple on the car now
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thanx ark but I knew that all I want the original that made especially for the TCX will like to trf416 t3 yokomo
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Question, which set of arms are the better on impact.

#67719 graphite or #73506 carbon graphite
Do you mean 67717?

http://www.hpieurope.com/piw.php?lang=en&partNo=31420

I was always of the impression the softer high traction arms were more durable.
If you can even get them anymore. Been a while since i played with my cyclone

Not that i ever broke a suspension arm.
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Hi guys a little more progress on the car. For those of you looking for an alternative for the front end I have fitted a T3 spool and Hudy spring steel 52mm shafts for a stronger replacement of the original alloy 46mm shafts. All is needed is a little shimming of around .5-.75. This is a 38t pulley to work with the gear diff. Just pity there is a little less Purple on the car now
Thanks for the parts Ant
Looking sweet Dman. At least you wont have to worry about driveshafts shearing during a race Looking forward to my car arriving and experimenting with it
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In search for shock springs for tight indoor carpet track. I found a setup that runs silver and blue springs. Also the pink linear spring. What is the difference with the regular springs and linear springs. I see setups with blue and pink but it does not say linear.
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Hi guys a little more progress on the car. For those of you looking for an alternative for the front end I have fitted a T3 spool and Hudy spring steel 52mm shafts for a stronger replacement of the original alloy 46mm shafts. All is needed is a little shimming of around .5-.75. This is a 38t pulley to work with the gear diff. Just pity there is a little less Purple on the car now
Thanks for the parts Ant
can you tell where does it need to be shimmed? thank you
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