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Old 12-17-2004, 10:57 PM   #2056
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Default I bought a new set of front arm today...

and I just installed them. No difference. They are the same.

Eric Derosiers how can you tell the difference? My hobby store just got a new batch in when I picked up the set.

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Old 12-18-2004, 01:02 AM   #2057
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does Cliff Lett still work for AE?
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Old 12-18-2004, 07:47 AM   #2058
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I got my graphite kit on last night and I'll run it today to see if the stiffer components make a differance.
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Old 12-18-2004, 05:07 PM   #2061
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Old 12-18-2004, 08:51 PM   #2062
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Yes, he does but he wasn't the primary designer for the TC4 project.
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Old 12-19-2004, 01:00 AM   #2063
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Hey NHRCRACER........Do you know who was the primary designer?........I heard some talk that the design (not that it's a very far leap from the TC-3) was done outside the r/c industry.......sounded strange to me
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Hey NHRCRACER........Do you know who was the primary designer?........I heard some talk that the design (not that it's a very far leap from the TC-3) was done outside the r/c industry.......sounded strange to me
I dont know who designed it but ultimately it looks more like a refinement than an improvement..Most of the Tc3 mods are incorporated in the design. The suspension mounting si different but better?? Im not sold on that yet.Different doewnt mean better and Ive heard noth but negative things so far. Ill Stay with my TC3 FT b4 ill ever go to a TC4
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Old 12-19-2004, 02:26 AM   #2065
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Default That makes sense....

Cliff has always been my main design man! I find the guy interesting, but you don't read or hear much about him. He seems to be the guy behind the scenes. I think he is setting up his apprentice so he can retire. It would be interest if the mags would do a spot light on those behind the curtains. My 2 cents.
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Hi guys may i ask what parts can be used from the TC4 on the tc3?
thanks in advance guys!
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The design was done at Team Associated by Team Associated engineers.
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Hi guys may i ask what parts can be used from the TC4 on the tc3?
thanks in advance guys!
the answer is here:

http://www.teamassociated.com/racerh...lp/techtc4.htm
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I got my graphite kit on last night and I'll run it today to see if the stiffer components make a differance.
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Default Servos...

Hi guys.

I will be ordering a servo pretty soon for my TC4 (which i get in 5 days..woohoooo ).

Anyway, ive been looking at a couple high speed servos....the servos i had in mind was the futaba s9254 and the KO 2343. What i would like to know is is the 9254 suitable for cars? (i noticed on rc-mushroom it said its a servo for gyros )

Ive had KO servos in the past and they are brilliant but one just packed up on me (2143) so this had made me a little weiry about KO servos.

If you guys have any other recomendations on servos ($100 max), high speed (so below 0.10 if possible) and suitable for a TC4 then let me know.

Thanks in advance
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