Originally Posted by supertech
Another thing I've found that helps TREMENDOUSLY is flipping the top plate. It seems that the counter sunk screws on the top plate induce a very slight amount of tweak to the chassis. I'm currently running mine with blue aluminum counter sunk washers and counter sunk screws. I found that if you just use button heads the material is weak from being counter sunk on the opposite side and you don't get good/consistent clamping. Having zero tweak in the chassis is HUGE and can take a great set up and turn it into garbage. Just my 2 cents.
Canyon, this was probably because of the motor mount bracket too. Now that I have the little bracket replaced and I removed the most rearward screw the chassis balances much better on a tweak station. Practically identical pre-load on all corners. Something I never even had with the TC6.
I will try the counter sunk washers and screws to see how it does...
We are still working on the top plate. That is the next product on the docket after the Battery hold down system and some more piston options.