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Old 12-19-2004, 06:10 PM   #2071
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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.

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The KO 2343 is what I use and it"s awesome! ...have yet to have any problems with the KO stuff.... but almost any High End servo will be great!!
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Old 12-19-2004, 06:37 PM   #2072
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Old 12-19-2004, 08:11 PM   #2073
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Hey guys...

Finally ran my TC4 today. I think I had it geared a little low for stock but it ran good. I didnt have any higher pinions and the hobbyshop was closed so I made do with what I had....

I am going to get some steel diffs so I can run 19t and mod with no worries. To be honest the plastic diffs worked great after the had a few runs on them. Very smooth and you cant even really hear my car going around the track. Silent for sure... and the best thing is I broke nada.. I got bumped drafted down the back straight buy a guy with a 9x2 but nothing happened... That was really the only place he was faster...

I have the HD front oneway already but honestly had no reason to put it in the car right now.

Great job and this car is a keepr for sure.
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Old 12-19-2004, 08:29 PM   #2074
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Ran the TC4 again this week and BY FAR, the best car I've had yet. I know a lot of people have said how bad this car is...

The car was very free today (High Bite Carpet). Had my best laps yet, I'd been running low 9's for the last 2 weeks. Today I hit 2 8.8's and a few 8.9's. Qualified 3rd in the A then took the win. Car was smooth, consistent and FAST!
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Old 12-19-2004, 08:40 PM   #2075
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Good running today Blake, your my HERO!!

Love you man!!LOL

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LOL...thanks for not racing today Kevin so I could win it...

Car is rockin!
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Old 12-19-2004, 09:51 PM   #2077
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Blake-are you sitting n a lot of TC4 parts? E-mail me tomorrow I may need t buy and borrow a few TC4 parts to build a test rig.

Thanks and great job winning the A!! Also great job getting in the 8's!! I hear thats fast at Platinum.
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Old 12-19-2004, 10:13 PM   #2078
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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
Matt
I run a JR Z4750 and really like it .12 at 6 volts. For more speed the Z8800S might be a good choice .10 at 6 volts. A couple more options for you to consider.
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Old 12-19-2004, 11:11 PM   #2079
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Big Kats TC4 is rockin
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Old 12-20-2004, 02:04 AM   #2080
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the answer is here:

http://www.teamassociated.com/racerh...lp/techtc4.htm
thanks Hard Jokur

and for anyone else who is looking for the same info here a quick one

21 What new parts from the TC4 will fit on my TC3?


Chassis braces, steering knuckles, rear hub carriers, shock towers, shafts, drive cups.

and from other answers

drive shafts CVD's, bearings, center drive shaft, shocks and springs.

also what are the steering knuckles? i thought they were the hub carriers?
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Old 12-20-2004, 05:34 AM   #2081
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Default Re: Re: Servos...

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The KO 2343 is what I use and it"s awesome! ...have yet to have any problems with the KO stuff.... but almost any High End servo will be great!!
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thanks guys, do you know if there is an advantage in using the 2363 over the 2343?


is the 9254 actually suitable for cars?
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My local hobby shop cannot order spools for this car.

The part number is 1703 correct?

Horizon, Great Planes, HRP - none of them have this part number listed. They have the 1704 spool for the gas car.
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Old 12-20-2004, 10:45 AM   #2083
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use that one then...its the same diff as far as i am aware.

www.rc-mushroom.com have spools in stock i think.
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The NTC3 diffs are much wider than the electric diffs.
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Old 12-20-2004, 11:12 AM   #2085
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Default bulletproofing the TC4 steering rack

hey all,

Can one of you guys who have followed this thread for weeks-please link me over to anyones explanation on how to deslop/blueprint permanently the TC4 steering rack system?

Thanks,
Ray

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