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Old 08-17-2012, 10:28 PM   #7306
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So with 3A front and 0B car back to be fast in corner again.

Ok, when need more stering when entering corner did you just try slow more then normal ??? (my case).

Just put black swaybar to front (thin one then silver) it could help.
Maybe 0.5mm more drop at front (downstop), then when slowing down car will transfer more weight to front axle and will better turn to 1st stage of corner.

Also what body? ltc-r? I found in my case that slighty moved ltc-r to front is better for me (rear wing moved max outside on mounts) but I drive modified.

Btw what diff? gear one? just try 3000 ae diff oil or 5000 (my favorite, car is very stable, lost some turn in but from midcorner just add th and it's shut off faster then on thin diff oil's).

Also 1st try on car just move lipo to front, you can also test which side is better in car, in my case I use all around lipo to front, tubes 4mm to rear side (havy side of lipo is at front), few g of weight but it change car to better
It's on limit when is alost changing from slighty underster to very small oversteer


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I have already tried some of the things you suggested such as sway bar and droop. Didn't really make a difference.

I'll try move the body forward a little next time. Never really thought about that one. thanks for the tip.
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Old 08-18-2012, 01:30 PM   #7307
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I am looking for a good setup sheet for my TC6.1 for running on the carpet at the IIC race in october. I will be running rubber jaco blue tires, 13.5 brushless motor, 2S lipo, and stock/no timing esc.

Anybody know where I can find a setup that has been used by a sponsored driver that did well?

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Old 08-18-2012, 04:22 PM   #7308
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RC10.com, the factory guys are always uploading their setups there. Setups there for pavement and carpet, updated regularly.

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I am looking for a good setup sheet for my TC6.1 for running on the carpet at the IIC race in october. I will be running rubber jaco blue tires, 13.5 brushless motor, 2S lipo, and stock/no timing esc.

Anybody know where I can find a setup that has been used by a sponsored driver that did well?

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Old 08-18-2012, 10:10 PM   #7309
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Hey guys just picked up a practically brand new tc6 yesterday and was wondering what the differences in suspension geometry are between the tc6 and the tc6.1?? just wondering if i were to use setups from the tc6.1 would i be far off or not?? i plan on getting a geardiff and other parts as they wear. but are there differences in shock mounts on the towers and arms??
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RC10.com, the factory guys are always uploading their setups there. Setups there for pavement and carpet, updated regularly.
I already looked there and they have only one setup sheet that lists uses the new vertical ball studs in the setup. I was hoping to find more choices.
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Old 08-19-2012, 05:14 PM   #7311
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I've seen several people post some pictures in the past but cant find any right now. I'm trying to figure out what people are putting down under their batteries. They are small round maybe silicone (?) dots. Just to prevent your chassis from being scratched up from the battery etc. If you use something else what do you use?

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Old 08-19-2012, 09:27 PM   #7312
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Has anyone run the Exotek chassis?
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I've seen several people post some pictures in the past but cant find any right now. I'm trying to figure out what people are putting down under their batteries. They are small round maybe silicone (?) dots. Just to prevent your chassis from being scratched up from the battery etc. If you use something else what do you use?

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I've seen several people post some pictures in the past but cant find any right now. I'm trying to figure out what people are putting down under their batteries. They are small round maybe silicone (?) dots. Just to prevent your chassis from being scratched up from the battery etc. If you use something else what do you use?

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Old 08-19-2012, 11:11 PM   #7316
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ok one more question. I remember a while ago (last winter) someone asked how to protect the chassis from the droop screw which will eventually dig into the chassis. Someone posted a pic of their solution. They had found some small metal discs that I thought were adhesive backed. I've been searching this thread for about 3 hours with no luck. Cant think of a good search term and browsing every page is taking a looong time!
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Old 08-19-2012, 11:17 PM   #7317
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Ive been trying to fit the spec r DCJs on my tc6. I've used the thiner bearing inside but the Hole for the wheel hex pin is still not going out far enough to get the pin in....
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Ive been trying to fit the spec r DCJs on my tc6. I've used the thiner bearing inside but the Hole for the wheel hex pin is still not going out far enough to get the pin in....
try the rsd dcj's direct fit just needs their hex.....
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try the rsd dcj's direct fit just needs their hex.....
I was hoping to use spec r since I already have it....
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Old 08-19-2012, 11:42 PM   #7320
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I am trying to get to 7 FDR here using 64 pitch gears. I tried 116 spur but it's too big. I also tried a 96 spur and that's too small. I don't have anything in between so I need to buy one. Just not sure what size will produce 7 FDR that'll also let the spur and pinion mash freely.

If anyone is running approx. 7 FDR please let me know your spur and pinion combo. thanks.
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