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Old 07-07-2010, 02:15 PM   #1
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Nice looking car,good to see Associated keep devloping their sedan.
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I just wish there was an on road track near me. Closest one is 30 mins away and only runs 1/8 nitros which I don't really want to buy...

This car looks really nice and if a track opens up near me this will definitely be something to look at when I buy a new touring car.
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If the rumors are true about us getting some rug I may take a closer look

maybe it's time to thin the herd a bit

Can anyone confirm they plan on an October release?
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The only thing the car needs is a carbon fiber motor guard?
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Mike, the king of starting threads on cars he will never run

It would look good all black......
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If the rumors are true about us getting some rug I may take a closer look

maybe it's time to thin the herd a bit

Can anyone confirm they plan on an October release?
I've been told by some long time Associated fans that in the past they have not been good about hitting the projected release date. They said until it's in their hands they don't get too excited.
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Old 07-07-2010, 05:35 PM   #8
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Hopefully AE launches with a fully race prepped version and not a lower end model followed by the team version a few months later.

Nice that they're re-using the arms and C-hubs as these are items I tend to go through the most so have a good supply of spares since I don't have any hobby stores in the country I live in.

Definitely looking forward to the launch and will be picking one up soon after launch (once it's a full race version)
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Since the last thread dissapeared into the firey abiss along with said troll... I'll re-post my qestion

Rick, is there any chance of AE releasing a spool with replaceable plastic outdrives?
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Mike, the king of starting threads on cars he will never run

It would look good all black......
Yea, I just quit my stupid job so im not getting one for sure . Good thing I already have my new car.
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Since the last thread dissapeared into the firey abiss along with said troll... I'll re-post my qestion

Rick, is there any chance of AE releasing a spool with replaceable plastic outdrives?
Wouldn't they break/rip in a hard crash if one wheel jams and the other one still has power applied to it?

I'd love a hardened set of outdrives. It would weigh more but in my neck of the woods slightly slower acceleration is better than having to change parts so often. I'm amazed at how much the Aluminum outdrives get worn away by the plastic axle blades if the diff is run in a lowered position with the optional cam holders.
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Interesting! Just as I was about to start looking into the TC5 I see this. I'm gonna wait until a FT kit is released before I get too excited. I'm currently running a TC3 FT kit chassis in Vintage Trans-Am. Any idea on cost?
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I'd bet it will be in that $369 to $389 range don't you think?
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Interesting! Just as I was about to start looking into the TC5 I see this. I'm gonna wait until a FT kit is released before I get too excited. I'm currently running a TC3 FT kit chassis in Vintage Trans-Am. Any idea on cost?
The TC6 will probably only be a "Factory Team kit". The TC5 was only available as a Factory Team model. I can't wait for this kit to be released! They mentioned different shocks in the RedRC article, has anyone seen the different shocks?
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Wonder if there will be Rubber and Foam versions or just Rubber.
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