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Old 05-01-2012, 09:06 PM   #991
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In the meantime, I leave you with a picture of the final production versions
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In the meantime, I leave you with a picture of the final production versions
Wow the chassis looks great!!
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Old 05-01-2012, 09:14 PM   #993
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Old 05-01-2012, 09:46 PM   #994
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Holy..................... why do you gotta tease us like that
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Old 05-02-2012, 02:43 AM   #995
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How does the servo mount? I'm confused by looking at the pic.

Edit: nevermind. I figured it out.

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Old 05-02-2012, 08:23 PM   #996
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Is there a DCJ rebuild kit? If not what size is the pin?( I lost one this weekend and I even had it lock tighted in.)
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Old 05-02-2012, 11:31 PM   #997
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The re-build kits are currently being made. However the pin is a 1.5mm pin, the same as XRAY ones.

Make sure that when you tighten the set-screw, you are using a high quality driver. Also make sure that you allow the loctite to cure for best results. For the ultimate solution you can notch the pin and/or use some heat shrink on the DCJ.

Of all the things above, I only use the loctite method, with a quality, big handle driver in order to torque the set-screw sufficiently so that they don't come out.

The only pin I have lost was when I did not use loctite when I first tested the production versions. After I did, I used some loctite and the failure has not come back.
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Looking good Cristian. Can't wait to try it out
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Old 05-03-2012, 07:26 AM   #999
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did some testing with the TC6 w/ RSD upgrades....

nice very nice...12.6 fast lap...prev...13.3 from last Sunday race that I TQ'd

Ive added:

RSD 4.3mm 7075 T6 Hard Anodized Aluminum Ball Ends - 4 pcs. (3mm thread -1mm height)

RSD AE TC6 Belt Tensioner/ Battery Spacer

RSD TC6 12.5lb Spring (TEAL)

RSD TC6 13.5lb Spring (YELLOW)

RSD TC6 Sway Bar Collars

RSD TC6 Vertical Stud Shock Tower Mounts (2 Pair)

RSD TC6/AE 10mm Machined Delrin Piston (1.0,1.0,1.5mm)

RSD TC6/AE 10mm Soft Bladders

still on the box stock setup...just replaced the parts...going to start a little tweeking Sunday to see if low 12's are in my future

PS: I have the DCJ's , just waiting on bearings...and we run on a 95x50 carpet track
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Bought the belt tensioner. It looks to push the battery further out vs the stock piece and now my battery (rev tech 6500) doesn't fit. Is there a way to make it work?
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I had to file my battery retainers a bit. wasnt a big deal i did it a little at a time till i got the exact fit i wanted.

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Default will there be battery retainers in the chasiss kit ?

i see some holes for battery retainers on the chasiss , are you going to make these battery retainers ?will it be included in the chasiss package ?

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Yes, the battery retainers do come with the chassis kit. They are slotted so that you can adjust your battery a bit, based on the size of the packs.

As for the belt tensioner, it is designed to push the battery a bit away from the belt. Some batteries are slightly bigger than others so it is necessary to make the plastic pieces "square". If you look at them closely they are a bit angled towards the inside. Another option is to heat them up a bit and bend them out slightly.

I will work on an installation tutorial over the weekend. Sorry it has taken this long, it's just been so busy that I honestly forgot.
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Mine is quite a bit more than slightly away from the best. It's about 8mm. Hmm. I will just wait for the new chassis and see if it works for me there.
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mine works perfect...

but I was wondering about stickers/decals...Ive done 1 1/2 cars and do not have anything to advertise

can I get some please
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