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Old 12-07-2010, 12:23 PM   #901
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Old 12-07-2010, 12:30 PM   #902
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I know this is the wrong forum, but which speed control where you running at the Cleveland race for the 17.5 boosted class, with what software, if you know?

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Yes it the ball height ! the Silver is 0.030 taller
Since the car is all metric, that equates to about .76mm
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As for the spring, Green is softer than silver. If I am not mistaken green is 11 and silver is 14.

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erm yup your right, maybe i hadn't had enough coffee when i wrote this
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Who sells the gear diffs for the TC6? In the states, I tried the one I have for the Top but doesnt work, been lookiin for other brands. Anyone have pics of them installed? Also, Do you need to buy a specific pulley for the gear diff or you can use the ones in kit?
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Old 12-07-2010, 07:29 PM   #906
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Yokomo bd-5 gear diff
top photon, apparently needs adjusting
Spec-r diff for yokomo

probably best if you went back a couple of pages as everything is detailed there.
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X-ray, you hAve part numbers for the doffs and who sells them?
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X-ray, you hAve part numbers for the doffs and who sells them?
The best of the 3 is the Yokomo Bd5 gear diff.

Part number is YOK-BD-500GS

As for whats needed to make it work read back about 8 pages its all there.
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I know this is the wrong forum, but which speed control where you running at the Cleveland race for the 17.5 boosted class, with what software, if you know?

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his setup sheet from the indoor champs is posted http://www.teamassociated.com/pdf/ca...hamps_2010.PDF Lists him using the the SXX stock spec software 4.0
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his setup sheet from the indoor champs is posted http://www.teamassociated.com/pdf/ca...hamps_2010.PDF Lists him using the the SXX stock spec software 4.0
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and just to verify, I know its been said on this thread the kit comes with hard parts, so are we saying just about every plastic suspension component part # listed in the manual is incorrect then for ordering the correct replacements
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Old 12-08-2010, 04:41 PM   #912
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Ran my 6 last night for the first time...Wow, great corner speed, very predictable drive. A couple of things that we all may have to watch for, or have already found out:

- suspension mount screws came lose on about the 5th run (I shoulda checked them)
- servo saver nut backed off (shoulda checked it too)

I'll be getting out the loctite but, so far great car!
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Hey guys, just getting the TC6 all buttoned up for this weekends race and have a couple of questions. I am putting Kevin Hebert's Timezone setup on the car and the setup sheet says 3* total toe for the rear. Does this equate to 1.5* per side. Also when refering to arm mount shims, the book says we should have 1mm, 1.5mm and 2mm shims. However, when measured with a calipper none of the shims are actually as thick as they are supposed to be. So on Kevin's setup if it calls for 3.5mm arm mount shims, do you think he is using what is supposed to be 3.5mm from the kit, or another shim that actually totals 3.5mm?

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is the TC6 any better than the TC5 on carpet racing?
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is the TC6 any better than the TC5 on carpet racing?
I picked up .2 sec a lap on my first test day with it. It did help having AE team driver Lex Tyler helping me with set up(thanks for da help,you the man) the car is much better with weight transfer esp on our small track.
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