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Old 08-17-2011, 03:24 PM   #271
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Old 08-17-2011, 03:40 PM   #272
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Grip was low/medium on asphalt, ran sorex 36's and 40's. I havent liked any rebound on my tc6 shocks, been running tc5 bladders with a 1mm hole in the cap. Shocks always have zero rebound and my car seems the most consistent this way. My car was a bit lazy but a short rear camber link and higher up rear rollcenter blocks livened my car up enough for me.
Ok, cool! Just got the car wired up and set up, about to make sure this SXX I bought still works
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Old 08-17-2011, 03:58 PM   #273
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Old 08-17-2011, 04:45 PM   #274
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Wow, they don't call it the "Tornado" for nothing. Hardwired it up a bit ago and it vibrates the whole chassis

Can't wait for the new shafts to be available. I'll be giving the stock ones quite a workout this weekend
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Old 08-17-2011, 06:18 PM   #275
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Just do a Google for Reflex Racing.

Olly, no worries, English is sort of a second language to me too. I know stuff gets lost in translation.

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Old 08-18-2011, 03:59 AM   #276
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can anyone notice anything different
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Old 08-18-2011, 04:43 AM   #277
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Servo post support missing?
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Old 08-18-2011, 05:00 AM   #278
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Servo post support missing?
look at the chassis shaping

and thanks i didnt notice that somehow fell out.
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can anyone notice anything different
You cut your chassis narrower cant that mess up you chassis flex?????
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No, it'd only increase the flex. If you plow a board it could tweak more, though.

There used to be a thread of super-lightweight TCs, and they cut a LOT of the chassis off.
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Wow, they don't call it the "Tornado" for nothing. Hardwired it up a bit ago and it vibrates the whole chassis

Can't wait for the new shafts to be available. I'll be giving the stock ones quite a workout this weekend
I would hook it up to the receiver next time. I installed mine up with full battery voltage. Tornado only lasted 6, 8 min runs then it was toast.
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Have you tried the Muchmore 30mm high speed fan? It is the best I have seen myself. I have never seen the others though.
the 25mm version puts out more airflow
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I would hook it up to the receiver next time. I installed mine up with full battery voltage. Tornado only lasted 6, 8 min runs then it was toast.
That sucks....... My other generic 30mm fans lasted a whole season hardwired
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Old 08-18-2011, 09:50 PM   #284
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We have been talking with Stephen Lander at CML about making a more flexible top deck. Might be a more economical way to achieve extra chassis flex.

What do you guys feel you can gain from the extra flex that can't be achieved with the car currently? Just trying to pick everyone's brain.
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Thanks for making killer products! With RSD pistons and springs (15.5, 14.5) my TC6 was superb all weekend long at the 27th annual Summer Sizzler. This combo was used to take 1st and 3rd in Modified.

Keep up the good work!

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and had I known what the tie breaker was I wouldn't have let up on the last few laps so I would have easily taken second !!! only 6 tenths difference !

yup, the car worked very well. Best asphalt mod car I've ever driven.

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