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Old 03-02-2017, 09:39 AM   #781
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It's not the threaded part that makes the difference, you could just use a different nut. The bearing size requirements are what matters.

Thanks for the info gigaplex.

What size are TC4 Axles?
(The Pro 4 Axle Bearing size is 5x10x4mm)
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Thanks for the info gigaplex.

What size are TC4 Axles?
(The Pro 4 Axle Bearing size is 5x10x4mm)
3/16"
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I've got a couple of Losi XXX-S my daughter and I built up for VTA
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Our Tamiya Asia Cup 2017 got underway yesterday, dusted off the 414 and 416 for the TRF Class. Porsha decided to use the 416 as the 414 had massive understeer



The track is huuuuuggggee

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Shorten the upper arms on the 414 when there's understeer
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Earlier picture of tc4 with short shocks....
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The winner of two races in 21.5 in the XRAY racing series over here in Oz was using a BD7 2015 and was setting the fastest lap. Goes to show driver and setup makes all the difference as control motors were being used.
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The winner of two races in 21.5 in the XRAY racing series over here in Oz was using a BD7 2015 and was setting the fastest lap. Goes to show driver and setup makes all the difference as control motors were being used.
any setup sheet?
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Looks good. What shocks are those?
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The winner of two races in 21.5 in the XRAY racing series over here in Oz was using a BD7 2015 and was setting the fastest lap. Goes to show driver and setup makes all the difference as control motors were being used.
That's hardly an old TC car.
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Looks good. What shocks are those?
They are tc7.1 shocks with tb04 low profile shocktowers(#47327)..... I had to put 2mm shims on the shock ends to make it work: I did not have longer shock ends....
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wow need to wake up this thread....
What ya think of my HPI PRO4
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Looks very good... Run it at your local track against the newer chassis... It will do good....
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Looks very good... Run it at your local track against the newer chassis... It will do good....
Thank you Bertrandsv87
I also run the tamiya Exotek EVO5 as well...yes those shaft car are great in 21.5 or 17.5 classes...
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