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Old 01-27-2014, 08:35 PM   #511
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oh i forgot to put in the word "plate" it should read top plate to steering plate. How did he attached it like that? i got the whole not running those two screws i didnt like that tried it
There is a hole in the top deck and hole in the servo mount/steering brace that line up.

Use a relatively long button head screw to go down through the top deck, through 4.5 mm in shims (the gap may vary a bit from car to car, you may need more, you may need less) , through the servo mount and into a 3 mm locknut.
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What lbs. are the Yokomo pink & blue springs?
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Old 01-28-2014, 09:56 AM   #513
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What lbs. are the Yokomo pink & blue springs?
It depends on which numbers you trust... If you straight convert the gm/mm reading yokomo supplies, the blue should be 14.8 lb and pink should be 16.2 lb.

Some people have measured them and the rates they claim are 14.3 and 15.0 respectively...

Hopefully some of this information gets you started in the right direction
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Old 01-28-2014, 10:33 AM   #514
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It depends on which numbers you trust... If you straight convert the gm/mm reading yokomo supplies, the blue should be 14.8 lb and pink should be 16.2 lb.

Some people have measured them and the rates they claim are 14.3 and 15.0 respectively...

Hopefully some of this information gets you started in the right direction
Thanks Steve. That's why I was looking for something definitive. I read the same different numbers from a few sources.
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Old 01-28-2014, 11:15 AM   #515
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I was wondering what ESC and Motor Combo for the 17.5 class you guys are run. I want to be an A-Main competitor as I have about 4 years Pan Car experience, but this is a new car and I want to get a few ideas of setups?

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I was wondering what ESC and Motor Combo for the 17.5 class you guys are run. I want to be an A-Main competitor as I have about 4 years Pan Car experience, but this is a new car and I want to get a few ideas of setups?

Any help is GREATLY appreciated

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RSD122 RSD Touring Car Roll Center Shims for XRAY T4 2014 and AE TC6.2

These slotted roll center shims allow you to adjust the roll centers on your AE TC6.2 and XRAY T4 2014 very easily. The shims are 0.5mm thick and precision cut out of black G10. In order to install, simply loosen the suspension mount screws, slide underneath the mounts and re- tighten the screws.






RSD121 RSD TC6.2 Bumper Brace and Bumper Kit

This RSD TC6.2 Bumper and Bumper Brace Kit protects the front end of your TC6.2 much better than the original bumper. By raising and elongating the bumper brace, the brace now butts up against the front bulkhead providing much needed support to the bottom bumper screws, preventing chassis de-lamination in hard frontal collisions.
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Old 01-28-2014, 09:34 PM   #518
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looks very very nice looks like in the next couple of weeks ill be putting in that order, if im lucky itll be here to show it off at the vta nats this year

also any one know how many teeth are on the ae belts i REALLY dont want to count them i was looking to get some low friction ones

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Hey Christian are these available now??? I wanna order...
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Yes they look great, something worth looking at.
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looks very very nice looks like in the next couple of weeks ill be putting in that order, if im lucky itll be here to show it off at the vta nats this year

also any one know how many teeth are on the ae belts i REALLY dont want to count them i was looking to get some low friction ones
Teeth are written on belts:
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516 front

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Hi all guys here is my setup for very hight traction carpet

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Old 01-29-2014, 06:34 AM   #523
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Teeth are written on belts:
192 rear
516 front

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Well to be honest I had not looked at the belts... whoops thank you though
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Old 01-29-2014, 10:23 AM   #524
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Hey I was wondering if I could get a couple quick measurments from one of the tc6 guys. Can some one tell me the width of the caster block where its mounts to the arm,the length of the DCV bone itself and the length of the axle stub? Im trying to see if i can retrofit them to my tc4. Thanks guys
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New bracers made for the car ill let you know if they work on friday
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