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Old 10-21-2004, 12:50 AM   #691
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Default 51....can you post a pic of those bad a$$...

toe blocks? Can't wait.
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Old 10-21-2004, 12:52 AM   #692
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More added shimming than I cared to do. Otherwise, I'm love'n this bad boy.

So your saying that the drive train is smooth out of the box right
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Old 10-21-2004, 01:56 AM   #693
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Default Yep, great...

drivetrain, love the new bumper setup, camber links, steering rack, chassis, motor mount, new shaft, arms, shaft cups, hubs, shock towers, and toe blocks.
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Old 10-21-2004, 02:02 AM   #694
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yup, I am going to be at SoCal tomorrow night. I need to get in some track time BAD! I haven't drove in a while. I can't wait to get the TC4 out there. I am going to try to make it on Saturday if i get off work early enough....

Oh by the way... post your setup so i can take a look at it...
I'll see if I can get the fam to go to dinner at Applebee's tomorow night, then I may be able to stop at SoCal, and hang for a few minutes.

My SoCal setup

Front
Springs: Associated Gold(19.5lbs)
Shock Oil: Associated 40wt
Camber: -2
Camber links: #2, raised by 2 shims
Shock position on tower: #4, or outter most hole
Shock position on arm: #2, or outter most hole
Arm shims F/R: 1/2
Toe: -1(Toe out)
'C' carriers: 0
Kickup: 1
Blocks raised F/R: 3tab/2tab
Ride Height: 5mm
Droop: On gauge, 7
Bump Steer: 4shims each side(same shims for camber link adjustments)
Ackerman: Inner hole on knuckle

Rear
Springs: Associated Red(22lbs)
Shock Oil: Associated 40wt
Camber: -2
Camber links: #1, raised by 2 shims
Camber links(on hub): #1, or inner most hole
Shock position on tower: #4, or outter most hole
Shock position on arm: #2, or outter most hole
Arm shims F/R: 2/1
Toe: +3(toe in)
Anti-squat: 0
Blocks raised F/R: 4/4
Ride Height: 5mm
Droop: On gauge, 4

Other
Battery: Front
Front diff: One-Way
Gearing Spur/Pinion: 72/24
Body: Losi Alfa 156GTA
Tires: Sorex 36R with Yokomo Super Thin Inserts

This is much off of the stock setup, just a tweak here and a tweak there to give a little more steering responce. Hope this helps!

Nightbreed, on a sarcastic note - You don't use oil filled shocks??? Friction shocks? Tie rod's(no shock what so ever, just a turnbuckle connecting the arm to the shock tower)? What kind of new shocks do they have where there is no oil? Maybe I could change my nickname from bubbles... I have to admit though, Tamiya shocks kick serious butt!
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Old 10-21-2004, 05:34 AM   #695
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yeah Tamiya and HPI shocks are definately high on the list, liking XRay shocks too...

bubbles...no didn't notice any laziness but i'm pretty sure my setup was so hard that any little twitch i made i saw...I work tonight at my LHS so maybe i can put in some paid tracktime and play with setup some if it not too busy
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Is the SoCal track carpet or asphalt?
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Old 10-21-2004, 05:55 AM   #697
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Hey Nice Site Michael!

I imagine you are a sponsored driver as you have tested the TC4 for weeks already and have a lot of Factory Team parts like the Graphite Blue Battery Brace and other stuff on there.

I will have to read through the site more tonight after work. Looks like a lot of good information on there.
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Hi there i just recieved my TC4 to my LHS, and now im going to spend the next couple of hours at my desk putting it together.
Is there anything specific to think about or is as simple as the xray to assemble ?
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Is the SoCal track carpet or asphalt?
Asphalt. High traction too. It's something like, non sealed? Breaks apart kind of easy, but soaks up WD-40 and Paragon...
It's indoor too.

Fredda, when you get to Bag H, there is a suplement sheet. This sheet, if I remember correctly, instructs you to install two shims under the ballstuds. Along with changing the position of the link from the #1 hole, to the #2 hole. I can't seem to find the suplement sheet. Therefore, I am not 100% about my information...
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Default Bubbles thanks for the setup!

I am going to start tweaking the car tonight at SoCal... I will see ya there if you stop by...
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Asphalt. High traction too. It's something like, non sealed? Breaks apart kind of easy, but soaks up WD-40 and Paragon...
It's indoor too.

Fredda, when you get to Bag H, there is a suplement sheet. This sheet, if I remember correctly, instructs you to install two shims under the ballstuds. Along with changing the position of the link from the #1 hole, to the #2 hole. I can't seem to find the suplement sheet. Therefore, I am not 100% about my information...
have to ask clod, cuz i kno hes got his sheet, but i think it was one shim under each ball stud origionally, but they give extras.....im not exactly sure either....have to get clod on here with his sheet to find out for sure, or someone who still has theirs.
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Brent, what is the official AE word on those anti-roll bar as far as due date?
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have to ask clod, cuz i kno hes got his sheet, but i think it was one shim under each ball stud origionally, but they give extras.....im not exactly sure either....have to get clod on here with his sheet to find out for sure, or someone who still has theirs.
The supplement sheet in my kit also said use 2 shims... i know because i put the car together before i read the supplement sheet I guess i need to learn how to read...
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The sheet also tells you to grind a bit of material away for the chassis brace where the ball studs mount, this will make getting the diffs. in and out a bit easier!

If you look there is hardly any room between the outdrives and the chassis brace...
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