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Old 03-01-2013, 06:02 PM   #8866
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Is it possible to fit a 64P 84 tooth spur to get a FDR down around 3.0 in this ride?

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With roughly a stock setup do which arm mounts do I need to change to 3A and what other setting do I have to change?

As for the poster above me the site for all possible gear ratios you can fit in the car the site is on page 575 of this thread.
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Yes.
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Old 03-02-2013, 12:45 PM   #8869
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With roughly a stock setup do which arm mounts do I need to change to 3A and what other setting do I have to change?

As for the poster above me the site for all possible gear ratios you can fit in the car the site is on page 575 of this thread.
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Is it possible to fit a 64P 84 tooth spur to get a FDR down around 3.0 in this ride?

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Get a 64P 56T pinion and you'll have a 3.00 FDR. Check out this website.
http://abram.eu.org/gear_tc6.php
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Im running a TC6.1FT and would like to try out one of the latest setups sheets. I am still running the shock tower mounted upper links and obviously all the latest setup sheets are for the vertical upper,link mounts.

I was wondering what holes in the tower the vertical holes match up to?
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Here is my TC6.1

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Here is my TC6.1

Looks good but two things steering blocks are upside down and I would suggest you make the one battery lead shorter so u can't accidentally reverse them.
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Looks good but two things steering blocks are upside down and I would suggest you make the one battery lead shorter so u can't accidentally reverse them.
We run (me and everyone else that runs the TC6) the steering blocks upside down on our asphalt track, it is not as agressive as standard.
When it is pluged in to the battery it is the perfect length.
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We run (me and everyone else that runs the TC6) the steering blocks upside down on our asphalt track, it is not as agressive as standard.
When it is pluged in to the battery it is the perfect length.
Cool looks good.
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Looks good but two things steering blocks are upside down and I would suggest you make the one battery lead shorter so u can't accidentally reverse them.
I am going to guess that caster blocks are not set correctly either. they look straight up or negative.
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Hey Guys, just following up... How's the servo mounts working out for those of you who bought them from me? Any questions or suggestions?

I will have the V2 model coming very soon! I will post pics as soon as the blocks are tapped.
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Hey Guys, just following up... How's the servo mounts working out for those of you who bought them from me? Any questions or suggestions?

I will have the V2 model coming very soon! I will post pics as soon as the blocks are tapped.
Definitely a nice bit of kit! Just installed in my VTA, buyers will need a longer turnbuckle or longer ball ends. No biggie. Fit and finish is really good, supplied hardware is a bonus.
I have purchased other products from large companies that were of far less quality. I look forward to trying it out this weekend

Thanks, for the great service, Terry
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Wow that thing looks so factory. I wonder if Team Associated has been trying this stuff out? I'm going to wait for your version 2 pics. I may have to get on of these jammyz.......
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Definitely a nice bit of kit! Just installed in my VTA, buyers will need a longer turnbuckle or longer ball ends. No biggie. Fit and finish is really good, supplied hardware is a bonus.
I have purchased other products from large companies that were of far less quality. I look forward to trying it out this weekend

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Nice install Terry!
I could have sworn that the stock turnbuckle was long enough. Now that I've looked at my car again, I used one longer ball end which made up the difference. Last weekend I installed one of those infamous Savox standard sized servos which on most floaters will hit the steering assembly. It fit perfectly!!! Initially I took a guess based on the published dimensions and now it's confirmed.
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