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Old 03-19-2012, 09:35 PM   #781
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Mike, It was awesome!

Chicago, late summer? Let's push for an F1 class at the ROAR Asphalt Nats!!!

Vegas would be kinda hard for me to make, but I will try and see what I can do...
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Old 03-20-2012, 12:28 AM   #782
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Hey Cristian

Sorry I didnt get a chance to introduce myself at nationals. But I wanted to thank you for making great products that helped me have a successful first ROAR nationals (2nd in VTA, 2nd in B of 17.5 TC)

I was running springs, bladders, pistons, shock tower mounts and fan mounts on both cars. Thanks again
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Old 03-20-2012, 06:37 AM   #783
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Hi Mike! I just saw the results, great job! Thank you for your kind words and again, congratulations!
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Hey Cristian

Sorry I didnt get a chance to introduce myself at nationals. But I wanted to thank you for making great products that helped me have a successful first ROAR nationals (2nd in VTA, 2nd in B of 17.5 TC)

I was running springs, bladders, pistons, shock tower mounts and fan mounts on both cars. Thanks again
good job bro. Im running everything as well and my car is getting more dialed everytime i hit the track. Look out Xrays and Serpents
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:18 AM   #785
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Cristian, did you run the new chassie with the dual bellcrank or went standard?
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:31 AM   #786
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I was the std chassis. A new proto should be here in a few weeks.
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Old 03-29-2012, 12:48 PM   #787
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Default Pistons are back in stock

Hey guys, pistons are back in stock for those of you that have been waiting on them.
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Old 03-29-2012, 09:41 PM   #788
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Default New Items - Tuning Kit and Motor Screws

Some people have been asking for these for a while, so we decided to release them now.



The Tuning Kit Includes the essential Tuning parts to get your TC6 or TC6.1 up to speed. It is sold at a 20% discount.



Just some good quality motor screws.





Not for the TC6, but a very useful Widening kit for your 1/10th scale F1's, that falls within ROAR rules.
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What RSD is closest to AE green spring? And how might they differ?

Do you use personally the hex spacers?

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Old 03-30-2012, 07:08 AM   #790
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The RSD Teal is the most comparable to the AE Green. They are very close. Our springs are just higher quality and typically more consistent. They tend to make the car smoother.

Yes, I do use axle hub spacers. Sometimes I use them to adjust my track width on the fly, sometimes I use them to fine tune my set-ups. A difference of just 1mm change at either end can take the car from oversteer to push.
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I have noticed some real improvements to my TC6's handling after installing first the pistons and bladders, and then a big improvement when I purchased a couple sets of springs to try. I have since purchased the other springs and these upgrades have made a huge difference in my car. Well done RSD!!
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The RSD Teal is the most comparable to the AE Green. They are very close. Our springs are just higher quality and typically more consistent. They tend to make the car smoother.

Yes, I do use axle hub spacers. Sometimes I use them to adjust my track width on the fly, sometimes I use them to fine tune my set-ups. A difference of just 1mm change at either end can take the car from oversteer to push.
Thanks and if one we're slightly harder or softer which would it be green or teal? I don't have a spring lb gauge so a guestimation would be great
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They are almost identical. Due to the nature of springs, some AE Greens would be stiffer, some would be softer. It is just a matter of feel, vs actual rate. In all the tests we conducted, they were all VERY close.
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My TC6.1 has not yet arrived, but does the RSD Fan mount require drilling of the chassis? If not, what is it taking place of?
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My TC6.1 has not yet arrived, but does the RSD Fan mount require drilling of the chassis? If not, what is it taking place of?
No drilling. One of the weight mounting locations. You can still mount weight there though and just put the mount on the weight if necessary.
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