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Old 02-09-2012, 01:04 PM   #5686
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We are proud to announce the release of our Team Associated TC6.1 Factory Team kit with a full set of ACER Racing Ceramic Ball Bearings, Ceramic Differential Balls and Ceramic Thrust balls as well as a bottle of our SIN 100% synthetic bearing oil, for only $397.99! Check out our growing stock of high performance RC cars that we have bundled with the #1 performance upgrade for your ride: our Ceramic Nitride Pro Series ball bearings and diff balls.
Why does it come with diff/thrust balls, when the 6.1 comes with a gear diff?

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Old 02-09-2012, 02:59 PM   #5687
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That's a huge amount of money to spend on bearings....
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Old 02-09-2012, 03:57 PM   #5688
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It comes with a car Ken
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Old 02-09-2012, 04:06 PM   #5689
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heh

When drive modified I just need normal bearing
Cheap ones, change each event.

Forget ceramics, they will not give you 0.1sec per lap, 0.1sec per lap give more training and learning how to set car

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The instructions are a bit ambiguous as to where exactly on the arm you measure with the droop gauge, and the included gauge isn't the most precise thing in the world. That said, my best attempt to follow the kit setup gave me 2mm up-travel in the rear and 1.5mm in the front.
If you look close there is a specific flat area by the outer pin that is where you should measure droop. I don't have any arms around right now or I would photo it.
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Same here

Bring back the slipper spool!!
It never went any where!
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It never went any where!
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It comes with a car Ken
D'oh, missed that . That's an all-right deal then
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Old 02-09-2012, 07:19 PM   #5694
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It will not fit in a tc6.1.

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i have a gear diff in front.
should i use 300k or 500k diff fluid?
putty dont seem works for me
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It will not fit in a tc6.1.
I've had a slipper spool fit just fine in my 6.1...
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It will not fit in a tc6.1.
there has been no change in the bulkheads so there is no reason it shouldn't fit
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Anyone got any tips for freeing up the droop screws? Mine are super tight. It makes adjusting droop a bit of a chore. It flings the car off the blocks.

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Chase the threads with an M4 tap.
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i have a gear diff in front.
should i use 300k or 500k diff fluid?
putty dont seem works for me
I have used kyosho 500k & it worked verry well.
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