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Old 07-01-2011, 05:19 AM   #466
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Where can we order those specR blades? I can not find them on A-Main or hobbypartz...
I you're still having trouble locating the blades we have these in stock.

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I you're still having trouble locating the blades we have these in stock.

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Did you also say that TC6 blades also work, I have not yet had a chance to get spares and if I need to switch out in a hurry I would like to be prepared.

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Old 07-01-2011, 12:48 PM   #468
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Did you also say that TC6 blades also work, I have not yet had a chance to get spares and if I need to switch out in a hurry I would like to be prepared.

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Steve, I have several packs of TC6 blades we can test Saturday. Xray 3.5mm blades will fit the TC6 also and are thicker and take spool hits better as well...but at $1.00+ ea they otta.
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Old 07-01-2011, 01:53 PM   #469
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Cool, Thanks VernDog, see you on Sat.


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Old 07-01-2011, 04:42 PM   #470
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Did you also say that TC6 blades also work, I have not yet had a chance to get spares and if I need to switch out in a hurry I would like to be prepared.

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Yes they do as well as the SPEC-R BD Blades and others. I've found the SPEC-R just to be a cleaner fit. The AE blades need to be lightly shaved on emery paper just so, as they are a slightly to tight into the cups. SAKURA ZERO blades fit as well.

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Old 07-02-2011, 01:35 AM   #471
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Any ceramic bearing kits out for this car yet?
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What's Empire hobby phone number to call..Thanks
Sorry guys. Been a crazy couple of days. You can reach me directly at 916-203-3109. Thanks
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i have a tc6 and my brother used some blades for his 411 and he went from changing a set a run to runnimg whole day and looking like the sand paper mark was still there with a 4.5 in the car. I alw habe 4.5 and habe done 3 race meets without killing any yet. Also very cheap
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Hello Guys:

Probably this has bees asked before, but I can't find it. Can some one tell me what brand or spurs I can use?? I foudn that all Robinson or Hot bodies doesn't fit 3 hole system.
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Sorry guys. Been a crazy couple of days. You can reach me directly at 916-203-3109. Thanks
Thanks..Scott....
I put on 2mm chassis today it was okay...I was getting too much rear grip after two minute marks...it statred to drive like a dump truck...
I even changed the rear roll center to high and stiffer spings in the rear (yellow to orange) front red spring

Some how the car drive perfect for stock,but for mod it is lacking forward bite later in the middle of the run...could be the chassis is too thin?
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Probably this has bees asked before, but I can't find it. Can some one tell me what brand or spurs I can use?? I foudn that all Robinson or Hot bodies doesn't fit 3 hole system.
used the Xray spur they fit better and you can tighten the motor screw thur the holes
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Probably this has bees asked before, but I can't find it. Can some one tell me what brand or spurs I can use?? I foudn that all Robinson or Hot bodies doesn't fit 3 hole system.

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I have a PRS TC spur on mine. I think Associated TC6 spurs will work and I also think the Xenon spurs that they made for the HB TCX should work.

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I have a PRS TC spur on mine. I think Associated TC6 spurs will work and I also think the Xenon spurs that they made for the HPI TCX should work.

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hey steve ..there's something you have to watchout.. about the thin spur gear,the three screws are almost too long .it is going thur other side of the layshaft mid pulley...
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hey steve ..there's something you have to watchout.. about the thin spur gear,the three screws are almost too long .it is going thur other side of the layshaft mid pulley...
Yeah, I noticed that and went to a short screw, whenever I build a new car I locate my dremel if anything comes up and I need to shorten a screw or whatever.

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Yeah, I noticed that and went to a short screw, whenever I build a new car I locate my dremel if anything comes up and I need to shorten a screw or whatever.

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Hey Steve
Hopefully you will have your ready in a few weeks....I could use some help ..we gotta get the serpent dialed at Fastrax
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