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Old 09-28-2004, 11:38 PM   #271
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Ultimate Hobbies already have in stock for $209.95.
Do you have an email address for Ultimate? I cannot get the TC4 to order with their online system.
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mashimaro: The carbon kit will be similar to the carbon kit for the TC3...same components.

AMGRacer: Probably because they don't HAVE any yet....
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Tony, disregard the PM I sent you. I found my answer. Tell Bob to check his Voicemail tomorrow and give me a call, I have some things to discuss with him.
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Old 09-29-2004, 12:21 AM   #274
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mashimaro: The carbon kit will be similar to the carbon kit for the TC3...same components.

AMGRacer: Probably because they don't HAVE any yet....

Haahahhahaah probably. It says in stock but you cant go any further than that

BTW Tony nice work to all involved on the TC4.
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YES....all of them did a GREAT job..........
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Do you have an email address for Ultimate? I cannot get the TC4 to order with their online system.
Just call them. Their email not work too.
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YES....all of them did a GREAT job..........
BTW good luck at the worlds Barry. Make sure you glue the motor in real tight
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Hey BB....gonna give yer setup a try here soon....maybe it'll help ME beat BK!!!!
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Old 09-29-2004, 02:15 AM   #279
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The motor wont move(I hope)
on this new ride the motor clamp system is awesome.......

I have tested the walls at so cal and it doesnt move....lol
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The motor wont move(I hope)
on this new ride the motor clamp system is awesome.......

I have tested the walls at so cal and it doesnt move....lol
Same upper clamp and cam as the TC-3..? I hope

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Ya, same 'clamp' and cam....it's just the motor mount that is different.
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Default Steel or Composite Outdrives?

I want to know which outdrives are better for stock racing so that I can order them (if different) when I get my TC4? Also, I may do modified so I dont want to change my outdrives if and when I change over. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 09-29-2004, 07:52 AM   #283
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I want to know which outdrives are better for stock racing so that I can order them (if different) when I get my TC4? Also, I may do modified so I dont want to change my outdrives if and when I change over. Any help would be appreciated.
Better to use composite outdrives and composite CVD for stock racing. Use the steel outdrive for mod racing. Then use metal CVD in front and composite rear. This is what am using with my FT TC3 which I wl also use in my coming TC4.
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Old 09-29-2004, 09:03 AM   #284
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Default Outdrives

The most popular outdrives are sure to be the lightened steel ones. Yes they are heavier than the plastic, but the reliability and application over all classes of TC will make them the choice for most racers. They aren't available yet, but should be soon.
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The most popular outdrives are sure to be the lightened steel ones. Yes they are heavier than the plastic, but the reliability and application over all classes of TC will make them the choice for most racers. They aren't available yet, but should be soon.
The AE steel outdrives still so far the most reliable than any other metal lightened hop-ups. I know it's heavier and worry free when u race mod.
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