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Old 11-18-2013, 10:10 AM   #4786
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Yes. The TCX and TCXX bulkheads are the same. Everything on the TCX will bolt right on.

The steering racks are different though. The holes on the TCXX chassis are positioned 2mm back compared to the TCX. The TCXX uses a +2mm bellcrank design for more throw and smoother ackerman change. You can still use your TCX rack on the TCXX chassis. It will just be positioned 2mm back and you will need to add a 2mm shim to get the ackerman back to what it was on the TCX.
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will tcx bulkheads and such fit the arrowmax chassis?
everything from the TCX will bolt onto arrowmax chassis
remember if you get the Arrowmax lowered shock towers you will need to use different shocks...i.e. Xray T4 or the CSO small shocks.

Chassis is very nice....the floating servo mount is very trick.
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Old 11-19-2013, 05:52 AM   #4788
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everything from the TCX will bolt onto arrowmax chassis
remember if you get the Arrowmax lowered shock towers you will need to use different shocks...i.e. Xray T4 or the CSO small shocks.

Chassis is very nice....the floating servo mount is very trick.
thanks, Orlando I already am running the lowered shock tower (spec-r's) and like them, but am running the standard shocks - didn't try a smaller shock on the car since I like how it runs at the moment. but then again, I've only run this for USVTA lately
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Old 02-10-2014, 11:57 AM   #4789
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So did everyone pretty much jump off this thread and onto the TCXX thread? I just didn't want to be double posting if so.
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So did everyone pretty much jump off this thread and onto the TCXX thread? I just didn't want to be double posting if so.
sadly, that's your best bet...I know I'm still running the chassis - love it -but everyone else is over there

saw your post in the tcxx thread, don't know about the bearings, but if the graphite one fits (which I have the exotek version), the the aluminum one should..my only concern would be whether it would fit under the upper deck
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Old 07-06-2014, 08:26 PM   #4791
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I have a chart I made with as many brands as I could find. HPI/HB, AE, Tamiya, Yokomo, Schumacher, Xray. Currently it is in excell, but I can turn it into a pdf to share when I get home from work. If anyone is interested in it just shoot me a PM.
Hi there! Can you send me the Excel? PM sent! And thanks in advance!
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Old 09-03-2015, 12:35 AM   #4793
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looking for advice on how to setup my second hand tcx. will be running VTA with 21.5 at our local club.

the car was from looks of it a drift set up. where should i start setup wise for a carpet track?
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Get petite rc and look for a 17.5 carpet set up for the tcx or tcxx as a starting point
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looking for advice on how to setup my second hand tcx. will be running VTA with 21.5 at our local club.

the car was from looks of it a drift set up. where should i start setup wise for a carpet track?
I have a brand new no-hole bottom chassis that's good for carpet and a few extra parts to update tcx PM me if interested
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Cool thanks for the help.
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Old 09-09-2015, 02:51 PM   #4797
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Need Help. Got a used TCX 2 years ago, broke my rear belt. In the book the part number is 68704 ordered 2 belts part number 68704 64 tooth. It won't fit, the belts are too small. I rotated the bearing holder and it's still to tight. Can anybody give me a hand? Thank You
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Old 09-09-2015, 03:00 PM   #4798
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check your front pulley that it is a 18 , 19 or 20 tooth and the big pulley is 39t.
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Old 09-09-2015, 05:26 PM   #4799
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Center pulley 20 tooth, rear def 39 tooth. New rear belt part number 68704 64 tooth. Fits so tight you have to put both hands on front and rear and if you let go of one hand one side will pop off.
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