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Old 08-03-2011, 11:35 AM   #3406
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You must have, kit spur is 87t


Here is my Sakura diff conversion, working fine, no leakage, no hacking or sanding either.

You can see in red the heatshrink to protect outdrives instead of blades.
Can you still use the stock blades????
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no otherwise I would use them,I am trying Xray NT1 outdrives soon to see if TC6 blades fits, this is why I am using heatshrink, to minimise wear.
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no otherwise I would use them,I am trying Xray NT1 outdrives soon to see if TC6 blades fits, this is why I am using heatshrink, to minimise wear.
Can a little bit of dremeling fix it???
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The idea was NOT removing and weakening part, we ran without blades before you know.

But I have a couple of outdrives on the way and I might give it a go to fit blades instead and see if it keeps it's strengh. it does not need much to remove.
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Recently converted from XRAY

Just built one new from box, and it went together WAAAY better than I expected. Not new to TC, and the car seems plenty capable. I'll have Associated gear diffs in them soon.

What is the largest 64-pitch spur gear you can fit on a TC6? I'll be running mod occasionally.

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Old 08-03-2011, 01:53 PM   #3411
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Recently converted from XRAY

Just built one new from box, and it went together WAAAY better than I expected. Not new to TC, and the car seems plenty capable. I'll have Associated gear diffs in them soon.

What is the largest 64-pitch spur gear you can fit on a TC6? I'll be running mod occasionally.

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Ive used up to a 115t hope this helps.
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Old 08-03-2011, 02:04 PM   #3412
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Recently converted from XRAY

Just built one new from box, and it went together WAAAY better than I expected. Not new to TC, and the car seems plenty capable. I'll have Associated gear diffs in them soon.

What is the largest 64-pitch spur gear you can fit on a TC6? I'll be running mod occasionally.

Thanks!!!
Maybe this one from our friend Michael helps: http://abram.eu.org/gear_tc6.php
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Old 08-03-2011, 02:27 PM   #3413
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i m new to tc6. how do you tie the battery on chassis?
The velcro battery strap from the TOP Photon (available from Amain, among others) works perfectly!

ETS: Dang cut n' paste, pulled the wrong quote! Thanks, Verndog!!
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Old 08-03-2011, 03:05 PM   #3414
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i go back from this page to 189 and only found 63.7mm shock length suggested by keven
anyone else have good tip for shock build?
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The velcro battery strap from the TOP Photon (available from Amain, among others) works perfectly!
Cool...the old velcro battery strap shock rebuilding trick.
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Nice chart! Weird that I can get taller ratios with 48-pitch but if it works, it works! Thanks!
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New TC6 setups posted.
Rick Hohwart TC6 13.5
Rick Hohwart TC6 Modified
I'll post Jeff Cuff's 17.5 setup shortly.
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Wow a 66!!! ive never used anything smaller then an 88!!


The smallest I know it fits and will give you a good range of option for a low FDR # are in 64P-85T & in 48P-66T

Someone ask about the larger spur that will fit on the TC6, the 64P-120T will fit with no problem; not sure what will be the max on 48P
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It may happen to you soon, too........
The thought crossed my mind. But you know me I'll have to wait a couple yrs when they come out with the TC8 then I'll get a Tc6
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