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Old 06-30-2014, 10:52 PM   #91
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ok i cant wait to get this car,just need to get a basic setup for 13.5,17.5,and more than likely 4.5 for the big track. Probably want to run 64 pitch gears but will run 48 if i have too.
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ok i cant wait to get this car,just need to get a basic setup for 13.5,17.5,and more than likely 4.5 for the big track. Probably want to run 64 pitch gears but will run 48 if i have too.
I would look for an T4 set-up as a starting point.
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Old 08-01-2014, 08:00 PM   #93
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My son had his first run of the TC10 last night at our club race in Mod and the car performed well, qualified 2nd and then he won all the 3 finals. The car kept getting better through out the night with a couple of changes. Very happy with it so far and I'm sure with a bit more playing around we should get it going even better.
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My son had his first run of the TC10 last night at our club race in Mod and the car performed well, qualified 2nd and then he won all the 3 finals. The car kept getting better through out the night with a couple of changes. Very happy with it so far and I'm sure with a bit more playing around we should get it going even better.
Good to hear that he is happy with the car. There seems to be only a few people here that run this chassis
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would someone mind posting the part numbers for the lower bulkheads,fr/rr suspension mounts, and 1.3/1.2 swaybars with holders from the TC10 manual? thanks a bunch!
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Old 11-22-2014, 04:42 PM   #96
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From TC10 manual.

LOWER BULKHEAD - T01007 (Front/Rear same part)
REAR ARM MOUNT D3.0 - T01006
ALUMINUM SUSPENSION ARM MOUNT L/R - T01009 (Front rear same part)
SWAY BAR HOLDER SET - T01090
FRONT SWAY BAR 1.3 - T01065
REAR SWAY BAR 1.2 - T01069
SWAY BAR BALL STUD - T01072
4.9mm Ball End-Short – T09104
M3x8 Screw – T01095
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I'll be getting with my hobbyshop to order parts asap. Perhaps a less leaky gear diff. What do you guys recommend?
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I'll be getting with my hobbyshop to order parts asap. Perhaps a less leaky gear diff. What do you guys recommend?
Spec-R diff for the T4.
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Sooooo pumped make my first laps with this car tomorrow!!!! Gonna break everything in with a mod first then rebuild for 17.5 blinky
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Where are you running at? I may be at Ho B-Max running my TC10's - VTA and USGT.
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Ho-B max as well! I'm going down tomorrow soon as the road course is put back together
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@ mx461 what are your spur gear sizes? All I have are 96 ànd 108
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Old 11-26-2014, 03:35 PM   #104
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I am running 96 spur on both. I had to dremel the aluminum center motor mount (Team C Part # T01022) for pinion clearance.
VTA = 96 Spur and 49 – 51 pinion
USGT = 96 Spur and 48 – 50 pinion

How was testing today? I couldn't maker it. It's hard to make practice days with a 2 hour drive.
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Old 11-26-2014, 06:29 PM   #105
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The gearing that I've found to work well for 17.5 on my TC10 is 64p 92t for the spur gear and 45-52 on pinion gears with no dremeling required. So far the car is awesome. I put the 2 deg rear toe block on and shimmed my shocks off of the tower 4mm for the front shock and 2mm on the front arms. The rear shocks are shimmed 2mm on the rear tower and rear arms. I saw some of the X-ray guys doing this at the worlds race so I tried it and worked really well. Gives you more corner speed. Other than that I used the stock setup. Waiting to use 2.5 springs f/r should make it better.
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