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Old 12-29-2010, 04:49 PM   #1246
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hello everyone just joined the tc6 family. So who the person one here that has the SUPER Dialed carpet tack rubber tire setup That the wanna share
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Old 12-29-2010, 05:08 PM   #1247
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It can tweak if you pull the strap too tightly,i go as tight as you would your watch band.
Mugenizei, hope you recover well. When you are fit, you will be able to put your new car togeather with your eyes closed!
Thank you so much!!!!! I can't wait, had the car for 2 weeks know and all I do is look at the parts and manual all day long it's killing me that I can't do anything thanks alot you guys have been Great keeping my mind of the leg and hand
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Old 12-29-2010, 05:25 PM   #1248
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hello everyone just joined the tc6 family. So who the person one here that has the SUPER Dialed carpet tack rubber tire setup That the wanna share
Putting mine together, too. This is what I was told by someone at my track who's running on pace "Kevin Herberts US indoor Champs 11/25-11/28. Thing is dialed"
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Old 12-29-2010, 06:01 PM   #1249
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Have you tried the litemodz cvs driveshafts? Do they eliminate the chatter when turning?
I would'nt mind getting a pair for the front end but they are very expensive.
Yes i used the v2s with no issues but they have bullet proofed them now v3s eliminates chatter and also lets the suspension move free during throttle all around the best i used,any questions about them i can help i run for them and there service is awesome and they will send you free of charge any updates the do on them.
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Old 12-29-2010, 06:02 PM   #1250
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If you need the maximum throw of your servo and go lock to lock to get the car to steer you should look into tuning the chassis so you can limit the throw. Full lock will chatter but you are also scrubbing speed and wearing tires...
Hey we are going to horsham saturday want to go i am going to test the tc6 out?
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I will be there Warren with my TC6s. Hit me up, name is John Hockman
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I will be there Warren with my TC6s. Hit me up, name is John Hockman
cool see ya there
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Old 12-29-2010, 07:35 PM   #1253
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Can someone give us a list of all the TC5 parts that work on the TC6? I have a ton of TC5 parts and would like to know before I go and get spares for my TC6.
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Old 12-29-2010, 08:04 PM   #1254
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Post #1040 on this thread by Ira. Pretty detailed.
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Old 12-29-2010, 08:15 PM   #1255
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Here is a list of shared parts between the two cars. If there is something I missed, please add the part# and I will add it to the list. I did not add the hardware.
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1401 FT Blue Titanium Turnbuckles, 1.30"/33mm
1403 FT Titanium Turnbuckle, 1.65", blue
1418 FT .825" Turnbuckles, Ver. 2
2230 Front & Rear Body Mounting Posts
31058 FT Blue Roll Bar Ballstud
31162 Axle Shim Set
31166 Diff Rebuild Kit
31169 Diff Pulley, 40T
31173 Slipper Spool Pads
31184 TC5 Cam Holder Set
31185 Diff Bearing Cam
31187 Front Belt
31188 Rear Belt
31198 Arm Mount Shim Set
31200 Wheelbase Shim Set
31205 Front Suspension Arm
31206 Rear Suspension Arm
31212 Caster Block, 4
31214 Caster Block Bushing
31215 Steering Block Set
31218 Rear Hub, 0
31221 Inner Hinge Pin Set
31222 Outer Hinge Pin Set
31227 CVA Rebuild Kit
31231 CVA Stub Axle
31232 CVA Bone
31233 FT Axle Crush Tube
31234 FT Clamping Wheel Hex
31237 CVA Pin Retaining Clip
31238 FT CVA Bone Blade
31249 Shock Shaft Ball Cup
31250 FT Shock Bushing
31261 FT Roll Bar, 1.25mm
31264 Anti-Roll Bar Mount
31269 FT Anti-Roll Bar Kit
31280 Ballstud, short, 5mm
31281 Ballstud, short, 8mm
31286 FT Ballstud Washer, aluminum
31400 Bearing, 5 x 8mm
31401 Bearing, 10 x 15mm
31404 Bearing, 6 x 10mm
31556 TC5 Castor Blocks, 2 (Hard)
31558 TC5 Castor Blocks, 6 (Hard)
31563 Rear Hubs, 0.5 (Hard)
31564 Rear Hubs, 1 (Hard)
3897 Pivoting Body Mounts, 8 body clips
3906 D-Drive Ring
3941 FT Green Spring, 12.0 lbs.
3942 FT Silver Spring, 14.5 lbs.
5407 Red Silicone O-Ring
6465 Shock Piston, PTFE
6475 Preload Spacers, Collars, Cups
6573 Diff Thrust Washers and Bolt
6574 Precision Diff Thrust Ball, 5/64"
6581 Carbide Diff Ball, large, 3/32"
6582 Diff Thrust Spring
8828 Anti-Roll Bar Cup Set
9180 Servo Horns, molded
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************* All Caster Blocks
************* All Rear Hubs
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Can someone share what needs to be done to run the spec r yokomo gear diff? thanks
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Can someone share what needs to be done to run the spec r yokomo gear diff? thanks
Just did mine. I dremeled out the drive cups slightly (increase inside diameter only, blade slots work fine). You don't need a lot so test the fit frequently. You'll also need to take about 1mm off the case where the outdrive bearings butt up, so the diff will fit nicely between the bulheads, it's a little too wide. The whole process took about 20 min... piece of cake.
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Hey we are going to horsham saturday want to go i am going to test the tc6 out?
Unfortunately I can't... plus i don't have my 6 yet =p
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Old 12-30-2010, 05:33 AM   #1259
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Unfortunately I can't... plus i don't have my 6 yet =p
oh boy no tc6 what
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Old 12-30-2010, 06:44 AM   #1260
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Does anybody know where to purchase the complete TC6 Shock kit from?

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