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Old 01-16-2011, 12:27 PM   #1471
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Changed the rear of my TC6 last night to the C. Andersson set-up and it was off the hook GOOD, was worried at first about the 5mm under camber link but it was AWESOME!!!
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Old 01-16-2011, 01:38 PM   #1472
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Changed the rear of my TC6 last night to the C. Andersson set-up and it was off the hook GOOD, was worried at first about the 5mm under camber link but it was AWESOME!!!
Any chance you could post a few pictures?

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Old 01-16-2011, 01:43 PM   #1473
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In car footage from my car
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Old 01-16-2011, 01:49 PM   #1474
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question about using rwd and fwd B holes with 3..., When using this configuration does your droop screws touch the chassis?
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Old 01-16-2011, 02:25 PM   #1475
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In car footage from my car
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ERROR: If you can see this, then YouTube is down or you don't have Flash installed.
You have to be kidding me you posted a vid of the Fastest Ground I have ever seen LOL
How about showing the car we know what you are really running maybe put the cam on the ground and let the car Fly by the cam that would be nice here you can't see the car or really see how fast your going just thinking out loud. "No hard fellings I hope"
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Old 01-16-2011, 02:32 PM   #1476
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Very nice setup...great execution. Where did you get those gold sleeves for your RS?

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Old 01-16-2011, 02:33 PM   #1477
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Hi!

At last Saturday I drive TC6 and it drive like crap!!!

When all is fine it is nice, made me happy bit WTF, I had issues that I never get at tc5r !!!????

- broken servo horn (small hit, I touch some one, my front axle touch
another car front axle),

- unscrewed nut on servo saver (I put again locktile (hard one)), was
set tight before,

- a arms mount made from |------| to this /-----\ and big slop!, plastics move
outside , no screw issue, I put longer ones, but it looks like blue part
is a little too long ..., and it move outside, I put car on track do 5 laps to
test it and ... it made me really angry, before run I must check it again ...,

- shock are crap at top, slop under blue nut and cup sucked into body,
and black part is free..., I really miss tc5 shocks ...., tc6 shocks made
me more angry then all issues ...

- unscrewed screws somewhere.

I had issues that I never get in last 3y racing, I used to drive tc5FT, tc5r,
and compared tc5r to tc6, 5 was like tank! Always finish run

Anyway, car is easy to drive with Keven setup and I have really fun when
I finish run. From 4Q and 3F I only do Q at 3x F I had stupid car issues.


I'm really disappointed....

It need more love....

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m

ps: I'm not profesional driver but my friends has some more stupid
issues like broken snaps, they switch to RPM and no problem (I do it at
build time).
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Any chance you could post a few pictures?

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Steve,
Will post pics tomorrow.
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Old 01-16-2011, 08:15 PM   #1479
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M.Abramowicz, that's interesting you've done the servo horn. I've put my TC6 into a fence a few times and only had body damage.
Although I did have a belt pop off for no apparent reason yesterday.
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Very cool...... sounds sweet and quiet and looks fast
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Old 01-16-2011, 09:41 PM   #1481
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Very nice setup...great execution. Where did you get those gold sleeves for your RS?

I reckon the female side of the bullet connector.... I was going to do this the next time I was to change motor speedo combinations Just not sure of size wether its 3.5mm or 4mm bullets.
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I too had issues with broken "C" hobs and and did break a servo horn. I alson had the servo saver loosen up and make the ace wander. The design is great and i really like the car though.
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Old 01-16-2011, 10:11 PM   #1483
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Changed the rear of my TC6 last night to the C. Andersson set-up and it was off the hook GOOD, was worried at first about the 5mm under camber link but it was AWESOME!!!
Glad that you like it
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Old 01-17-2011, 01:38 AM   #1484
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They are 3.5mm bullets.I had some people saying that they were too close together. They are about 1.5mm apart.I have just done my TC5 today, and have found a way to get the posts about 5mm apart(see photos ).Looks much better, and is probably a little safer also.I will replace the TC6's next week. In the last photo you can see the middle bullet goes over the centre pin. The left and right bullet both sit in the grove on the posts. Posi and neg are solered directly on to posts.
Tekin said to me"officially we don't recommend it, but lots of people are doing it and doesn't seem to cause any issues".
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Very cool...... sounds sweet and quiet and looks fast
I should've been doing 18/19 second laptimes, possibly 17 seconds.
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