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Old 03-28-2012, 01:24 PM   #6376
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His name is Kevin. Username Verndog:
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I love them, too Makes the setup easier...
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Old 03-28-2012, 03:15 PM   #6377
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Anyone have setup suggestions for medium grip parking lot. I find the rear a bit loose with the stock set up.
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Old 03-28-2012, 05:16 PM   #6378
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Anyone have setup suggestions for medium grip parking lot. I find the rear a bit loose with the stock set up.
Take a look here: TC6 Setups I really like Rick's setup from the 2011 13.5 Nats.... (07/31/2011)
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Old 03-28-2012, 06:30 PM   #6379
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Sorry, I forgot to mention I have a 6.1. Can I apply the setups for the tc6 to the tc6.1? Also what gearing is recommened for the redline 2.5t, just want a gearing that I can run safely on?
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Old 03-28-2012, 06:39 PM   #6380
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Why do you need these? I've had minimal movement using the offset suspesion mounts and/or 12R5.1 bulkhead shims.

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Personally I like them for quick, easy, accurate, finite, roll center changes. I had problems early on with the stock blocks moving on me. I even drove around for 5 minutes at 50% throttle and they came off loose. Ordered the dial-a-grips the next day and haven't looked back! I even included a set with a used car that I sold so that guy wouldn't have any problems either. Other car manufactures have their versions that come stock in their kits. I think they are a worthy upgrade for the TC6.
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His name is Kevin. Username Verndog:
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Old 03-28-2012, 06:55 PM   #6382
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do any of you guys know if the Dial-A-Grips are still available?? im looking for some but ive had no luck
I've emailed Kevin a couple times. He has been waiting for down time on the machines to get the work in. I'm anxiously waiting for done too.
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Old 03-29-2012, 05:12 AM   #6383
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sorry for disturbing....can anyone tell me what is the spray they use to spray the tire before apply the tire traction, if possible, show me some direct link to see the spray, may be many brand? show me some recommented one. thanks.
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sorry for disturbing....can anyone tell me what is the spray they use to spray the tire before apply the tire traction, if possible, show me some direct link to see the spray, may be many brand? show me some recommented one. thanks.
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Old 03-29-2012, 10:45 AM   #6388
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In order to use the tc6.1 steering blocks on my tc6 do I just need to buy 5x10mm bearings?

Has anyone tried this with success?
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In order to use the tc6.1 steering blocks on my tc6 do I just need to buy 5x10mm bearings?

Has anyone tried this with success?
You will need 5x10x4mm bearings (qty. 4) and the TC6.1 crush axle tubes. The ones you have now won't fit properly as they are too wide. Other than that everything is a direct fit, no modding needed.
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You will need 5x10x4mm bearings (qty. 4) and the TC6.1 crush axle tubes. The ones you have now won't fit properly as they are too wide. Other than that everything is a direct fit, no modding needed.
you also need new axles the ones from the tc6.1 are wider. the tc6 axles are smaller
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