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Old 01-07-2011, 10:17 PM   #1381
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Old 01-08-2011, 08:28 AM   #1382
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I've been looking for the same part, I don't think they have released it yet.
Like Sean said we all use the offroad captured nut from b4/t4 #6575
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Like Sean said we all use the offroad captured nut from b4/t4 #6575
I stand corrected! Glad to know you guys are using these with success.
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Old 01-09-2011, 06:04 AM   #1384
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Hallo racers.

Top qualifier for the DHI cup 2011 in super stock, is a Associated TC6!
With 90 drivers in the class, and hand out motor with free speedo, the speed and action is great!

The first final is just done, with the TQ making it a win.

Myself have made the b final with my TC6, and im am very happy with the car, it was the driver, not the car that was slow, easy so drive, lots off steering and massive rear end grip.....

If some can tell me how, i will post the set-up.
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Hallo racers.

Top qualifier for the DHI cup 2011 in super stock, is a Associated TC6!
With 90 drivers in the class, and hand out motor with free speedo, the speed and action is great!

The first final is just done, with the TQ making it a win.

Myself have made the b final with my TC6, and im am very happy with the car, it was the driver, not the car that was slow, easy so drive, lots off steering and massive rear end grip.....

If some can tell me how, i will post the set-up.
Good luck with the final mate and enjoy.... Sounds like the tc6 is going to be very successful worldwide.
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Old 01-09-2011, 06:58 AM   #1386
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Although a bit longer, the dimensions of the Xray 09, T3, T3'11 sway bars are spot on for the tc6. Anyone else spotted this and given it a go?
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Old 01-09-2011, 07:15 AM   #1387
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Although a bit longer, the dimensions of the Xray 09, T3, T3'11 sway bars are spot on for the tc6. Anyone else spotted this and given it a go?
I have heard some guys using them yes. Giving more options.
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Old 01-09-2011, 08:05 AM   #1388
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TC6 is the 2011 DHI-cup super stock champion!

Intense driving, great job by Martin Lissau.

Pictures and results on racerc.dk


I had a great fight in my B-main, but never made it to the top .
Great weekend with a fast and easy to drive car, i am looking
forward for more racing with this chassis
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Old 01-09-2011, 08:54 AM   #1389
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All wired up and ready to go!



Thought I'd post up a pic of what I've been doing today as well....

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I stand corrected! Glad to know you guys are using these with success.
I've had zero trouble with the stock part
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Old 01-09-2011, 09:25 AM   #1391
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I've had zero trouble with the stock part
Same here, mostly. Once in an while you'll get a spring that even when compressed is SLIGHTLY too tall to engage the nut in the stock holder. In that event, you can grind some with a dremel on the spring, or replace the spring, or replace the nut with the other part.

Just be aware that the 6575 nut has smaller 'wings' in the assembly that will usually shear off before the nut strips, and there's darn near no way to get it out at that point. At least with the stock parts, the nut will strip out if you over torque/over compress the spring and allow you to dissasemble the diff and replace the broken parts. NOT always so with the 6575 nut! Sometimes when the wings shear, it's a total loss. Been there, done that.

Usually, though, the stock nut/holder not engaging is caused by either not seating the nut completely in the holder or not pre-compressing the spring sufficiently, or both.
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Can someone tell me where I may find these rims. What company makes em!
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Old 01-09-2011, 12:02 PM   #1393
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Hey mugenize1,

Im not much of a touring car expert Lol... but I think there Solaris tires, You can get them at Top USA.

Hope this helps
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Hey mugenize1,

Im not much of a touring car expert Lol... but I think there Solaris tires, You can get them at Top USA.

Hope this helps
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I googled it and dish wheels come up. Thanks anyway!
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Those are Solaris rims.
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