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Old 01-30-2012, 09:14 AM   #5596
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Best money you can spend for your car is on the Reflex bladders and pistons. Im gonna get some of their springs soon. Heard nothing but great things.

Wish the DCJ's would come out sooner
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Old 01-31-2012, 07:28 AM   #5597
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Ugh.

TC6.1 solid axle is 2g lighter then my Ukraine version

But for tc6.1 I can't put bearing ... just allu part is a little too big

Should I shave it on lathe? just by sand paper?

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Old 01-31-2012, 11:41 AM   #5598
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Thumbs up TC6.1 Debut

First run, first win.

Its amassing. Perfect car for my local SuperStock Class 10.5T.





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Old 01-31-2012, 08:28 PM   #5599
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Congratulations

I won the B final in my first race back after 12 years last Friday night running 21.5 blinky, i missed the A by only a few seconds, I then lapped the entire B field and set a time that would have been 5th quickest in the A final.

Letís see what happens this week with the correct gearing. This car is very easy to drive on stock settings, Iím happy with my purchase

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Old 02-01-2012, 07:39 PM   #5600
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First run, first win.

Its amassing. Perfect car for my local SuperStock Class 10.5T.





Nice!!! Good work!!
I will be running 10.5 blinky for the first time, it is a technical track, what FDR would you recommend?

Many thanks!!
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Old 02-01-2012, 10:13 PM   #5601
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5.0-5.5 FDR for blinky just keep checking your temp..
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Nice!!! Good work!!
I will be running 10.5 blinky for the first time, it is a technical track, what FDR would you recommend?

Many thanks!!
I'm on 5.78 and going to try 5.4 - 5.6
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Best money you can spend for your car is on the Reflex bladders and pistons. Im gonna get some of their springs soon. Heard nothing but great things.

Wish the DCJ's would come out sooner
The 17lb springs in the front with the Reflex racing vertical ball stud mounts & short camber links, transformed mt t6c into a beast, on power steering for days!!!
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Just got TC6 and need battery. I am using the battery poles (not the wires coming out of battery). Can anyone recommend a good enough one?

I am racing stock now but would like a battery that will work in mod also

Any advice on what to get? Doesn't have to be the best just don't want a junker

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Old 02-03-2012, 12:41 PM   #5605
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Those black hard cased Reedy lipos go really well on a TC6. They come in different variations from sport to competition packs and most of them use the bullet plugs...just my suggestion.
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Those black hard cased Reedy lipos go really well on a TC6. They come in different variations from sport to competition packs and most of them use the bullet plugs...just my suggestion.
Thanks I had my eye on a reedy good pack but was just curious if there was a cheaper one with similar characteristics. I too have heard great things about reedy batteries.

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I use Gen Ace 5000 50c with good luck! not bad for the money but im getting in the mail ORION 5500 90c packs. Reedy are awesome as well.
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I manage to squeeze in a dual steering bell-crank on my TC6 using Tamiya steering system from a 416.. I shaved some of the material out and walla they fit perfect. I use one of the hole from the battery brace and drill one hole on the other side they where perfectly centered... I'll post some pics a soon as I can..
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I use Gen Ace 5000 50c with good luck! not bad for the money but im getting in the mail ORION 5500 90c packs. Reedy are awesome as well.
Don't be surprised when your gens ace out performs the Orion.
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Is this the latest reedy 2s? Or is there a better one

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...0C-74V-5500mAh

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