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Old 06-21-2011, 12:09 PM   #2971
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Hey Vern, any chance you could generate some sort of reference chart to match up D-A-Gs to the Associated parts?
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D-A-G in B, 0 turns = B0 (if thats correct...)
The 0 block in neutral position (mount screw in middle of slot) is the same as AE 0 block (and that is where it is shipped and lock tighted). If you screw set screw all the way in (while mounted and against main block screw), then back out 1.5 turns thats 1 way to get there (set screw top should be close to flush to top of block). Screwing in set screw all the way on 0 block is just shy of AE 1 block, all the way out is longer then any stock blocks go by .030.

Block 2 is the same, neutral is 2, set screw all the way in is 3, and all the way out is 1.

When you start talking about A hole and B hole things get confusing, they are .136 apart and then the stock AE blocks are not all even increments in length different so there are many combinations to attempt to match.

EDIT...I made the requested Chart below..

http://www.ppdbillet.com/TC6-LOCK-BLOCK-NET2.pdf
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Hey guys, does anyone know if the tc5 front spool would work on the 6? Also has anybody used the factory team blue anodized tc5 outdrives on the 6 yet??
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Hey guys, does anyone know if the tc5 front spool would work on the 6? Also has anybody used the factory team blue anodized tc5 outdrives on the 6 yet??
TC5 spool and diff parts will not work in the TC6.
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A nice picture of the rear of a TC6 .... notice anything interesting?
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A nice picture of the rear of a TC6 .... notice anything interesting?
Wooot...gear diff? Blue swing shaft? HPI spring? 2 missing top deck screw?
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Wooot...gear diff? Blue swing shaft? HPI spring? 2 missing top deck screw?
Yes ... gear diff with no modifications required
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It seem to be a 3 racing gear diff
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Yes ... gear diff with no modifications required
So tell us more. No mods I am interested.
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It seem to be a 3 racing gear diff
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So tell us more. No mods I am interested.
It is a 3 Racing gear diff

3 Racing gear diffs come with 37 and 38t pulleys in the pack but 3 racing also make a option pack with 39 & 40t pulley.

Use the 40t pulley amd simply shim the diff into position with the shims that come with the diff.

Another interesting point for those who feel that the 3 racing internal gears are not strong enough. They are the same as NT1 gears as well as Capricorn gear diff gears

Hope this helps
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It is a 3 Racing gear diff

3 Racing gear diffs come with 37 and 38t pulleys in the pack but 3 racing also make a option pack with 39 & 40t pulley.

Use the 40t pulley amd simply shim the diff into position with the shims that come with the diff.

Another interesting point for those who feel that the 3 racing internal gears are not strong enough. They are the same as NT1 gears as well as Capricorn gear diff gears

Hope this helps
Great !
Do you have a reference ? Is it the sakura Zero On ?

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Great !
Do you have a reference ? Is it the sakura Zero On ?
Yes it is.

The part numbers you would need from 3 racing are:

SAK-65 Oil gear diff
SAK-65J 39 & 40t pulley

I do not know the part numbers for NT1 or Capricorn gears. You would need these gears for Mod and the faster 10.5/11.5 classes. THe standard 3 Racing gears are fine in the lower spec classes
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A nice picture of the rear of a TC6 .... notice anything interesting?
They forgot to mention the RSD Vertical Stud Tower Mounts
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Hey, looks cool.

Could I ask what driveshaft parts these are and get part numbers for everything required to make them fit? Are they a direct fit also?

Thanks!
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Yes it is.

The part numbers you would need from 3 racing are:

SAK-65 Oil gear diff
SAK-65J 39 & 40t pulley

I do not know the part numbers for NT1 or Capricorn gears. You would need these gears for Mod and the faster 10.5/11.5 classes. THe standard 3 Racing gears are fine in the lower spec classes
On 3 racing's site it says that the sak-65 is discontinued. Is this true? Where else can we get this diff??
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