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Old 01-03-2013, 11:03 PM   #8521
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If a ball/gear diff in front is slower, a spool will be the better solution in front. That is why I only have the thin oils, ranging from 1000cst, 3000cst, 5000cst & 10000cst. 1000cst in the rear geardiff will feel like an Asso balldiff in standard setting. You can also use your shock oils. Don't use the 10000cst for the rear axle!


I would take the 30wt out and add instead 45wt, 50wt and 55wt.


I use the whole line of ReflexRacing springs which are made for the TC6. There mostly the springs between 13.5 - 15.5. For the beginning you can use the Asso springs, take green, silver and blue. With these you can adapt the car good on all tracks.
Thanks for that WTCC I'll go with that to begin with!

I don't suppose anyone can point me towards some shims to remove some slop on the hingepins?

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Old 01-03-2013, 11:07 PM   #8522
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Shims for Fore and aft movement?

Edit: If for above movement, I use the below link to help tighten, as well as fine tune, arm position.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...3x5mm-Shim-Set
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I run 17.5t blinky class in the LRP-HPI-Challenge and tried a lot of bodies. In the end one Mazda outperformed all other shells. It is the HPI 66813LW - EU Moore-Speed Mazda 6 MPS (190mm) - Lightweight. Even outdoor this body will be around one tenth faster as the LTC-R without beeing aggressive or loose. So I can highly recommend this body for the TC6.1WC. One body which is on the same level without a lightweight version is the 61733 - SUBARU IMPREZA TYPE C KAROSSERIE (190MM).
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I send some days ago email to you

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Now tell me, your body touch bumper at front or is moved forward, how much?

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Does anyone sell the Grid Racing belt tensioner in the US?
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Old 01-04-2013, 02:25 PM   #8525
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I send some days ago email to you
My friend, I know and I answered, that you can have the aluminium armmounts if you want them! Please check your mail box


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Now tell me, your body touch bumper at front or is moved forward, how much?
I run the car very short in front = 3mm wheelbase in front! So I cut away around two millimeters of the bumper and make the holes for the body posts where the wheel meets the front arc. In other words I cut the front arc like it is lined on the body and just have to look where the rear wheels are.
That means that I run the body a little rearward (not forward)...
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What would I need to run the dcj on a tc6 not the .1 just got the car thanks
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:45 PM   #8527
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Guys, other than RSD, what other brand of bladders will fit the TC6 shocks???
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Old 01-05-2013, 01:15 PM   #8528
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What would I need to run the dcj on a tc6 not the .1 just got the car thanks
Buy the #31360 TC6.1 Steering Blocks, the #31358 TC6.1 Caster Blocks, four 5x10x4 bearings and the #31370 TC6.1 Axle Crush Tube. Then buy all the DCJ, pins and hexes from RSD...

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Guys, other than RSD, what other brand of bladders will fit the TC6 shocks???
I think I heard that Tamiya bladders fit as well, but that was two years ago...


Today the Zeppin C-Hubs arrived from Finnland:





Good manufactoring quality as far as it is visible. They look a little weak. We will see if they can take some hits.

Unfortunately the UPS-man came late so I couldn't test them today. So you guys will have to wait at least one week for an inside report. Before I will post some more pics with the C-Hubs on the car and a feedback how they fit (slop, DCJ-fitting, and so on...).
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Where did you get those from?
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Where did you get those from?
Zeppinracing.com sells them.
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ho ho ho

new custom solid axle by my friend

with bd5 roche steel cups for better fit for spec-r bd5 axles

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Where did you get those from?
I bought them here: http://www.eurorc.com/product/2650/z...eg-lr-for-tc61


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new custom solid axle by my friend

with bd5 roche steel cups for better fit for spec-r bd5 axles

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It doesn't look like I am able to order anything from that site.
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I just picked up a T6 roller in a trade and it has the VCS2 shocks on it. I attempted to rebuild them last night and it was rather messy Does it mess up the top foam pieces if they get any oil on them?
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Hi mate give these guys a try http://www.rc-mushroom.com/ really good service
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