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Old 01-31-2005, 06:40 AM   #3061
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Thanks for the link. I put the spring on the wrong side. Wish Assoc. would have included the instructions with the part.
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Old 01-31-2005, 06:57 AM   #3062
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I believe the bearings on the steel diff are thicker than the ones uesd on the plastic lite-weight version. I'm not sure if it would hurt anything to use the smaller bearings though
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Old 01-31-2005, 07:26 AM   #3063
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I have some NIB steel outdrives, PM me if interested, BTW where do you race??
I race in Montauban, most of the drivers run nitro cars but still we are quiet a few to run electric.The track is ok for both, I've just arrived in the region so I didn't race on it that much yet + its so cold!

I might be interested in you NIB outdrives but I want to try the stock ones first and see how it goes..i'll keep in touch

Do you run 12 mod also? How do you like the car? Are you in "supersport" french class?

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Old 01-31-2005, 07:41 AM   #3064
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Compairing TC4 instructions to Steel instructions:

Diff bolt, Diff gear & balls, Thrust ball & washers are the same.

the Diff springs are the same, but the instuctions for the steel Diff says 2 are included? I only received one, and you only need one.

Diff nut, rings and bearings are different.
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Old 01-31-2005, 08:46 AM   #3065
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You guys need this to build the steel diff. http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXPA07&P=X
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Old 01-31-2005, 09:09 AM   #3066
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I race in Montauban, most of the drivers run nitro cars but still we are quiet a few to run electric.The track is ok for both, I've just arrived in the region so I didn't race on it that much yet + its so cold!

I might be interested in you NIB outdrives but I want to try the stock ones first and see how it goes..i'll keep in touch

Do you run 12 mod also? How do you like the car? Are you in "supersport" french class?

See ya!!
I don't attend a lot of races but if I do it's most of the time 17T, I use a 12T while practicing....I 'll start build my TC4 tomorrow Hope I have time to try it this wee end
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Old 01-31-2005, 09:19 AM   #3067
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Hi guys.
Gave my TC4 a run for the first time yesterday and I have to say I was impressed
I am currently in the process of putting a setup on for carpet racing, and on the setup I downloaded, it says for the Shims (triangle etc) 2. Does this mean that I should only use one of the shims with 2 tabs on it under each of the blocks??

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I believe that is correct. They go in increments of .025 so a 2 is .050 and a 3 is .075 and so on. You can use a caliper to verify which one you are using.

I had the same question last night when I was putting my TC4 together and looked in the manual. It shows the different sizes in the pictures and the .075 has 3 tabs while the .025 has 1 tab.

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Cheers mate, that what i thought, just wanted to amke sure

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Old 01-31-2005, 10:26 AM   #3070
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Does someone knows how good would be the stock set-up for rubber on a medium grip carpet?
Thanks.

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Old 01-31-2005, 10:30 AM   #3071
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I just put a close to factory team TC4 up for sale, check it out AE factory team TC4
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Thank's mate I'll see if I can get a hold of some.
NO problem... I just installed them myself. I had the part number in my hands. the bladder caps rule! make your shocks way easy to build and keeps them WAY consistant!
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can someone tell me why my rear end is harder than the front? i have all around number 2 piston and 40weight oil with blue in front and silver in rear but the back is harder than the front and doesnt it has to be the front harder than the rear? is there something wrong?
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Does someone knows how good would be the stock set-up for rubber on a medium grip carpet?
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What kind of tyres are you going to be running?

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What kind of tyres are you going to be running?

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Sorex 28 with JB or Sorex inserts
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