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Old 02-07-2014, 06:23 PM   #571
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Old 02-07-2014, 07:40 PM   #572
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Has anyone replace the screws with titanium?
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Old 02-08-2014, 01:20 PM   #574
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Hey guys, probably an easy question, but having a mind blank at the moment, I am running Rick's setup for tc6.2, car is pretty good except for one spot, medium to high speed chicane or "S" it wants to break loose when you change direction quickly. Any ideas on this? Was thinking going one thicker on the rear bar
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Hey guys, probably an easy question, but having a mind blank at the moment, I am running Rick's setup for tc6.2, car is pretty good except for one spot, medium to high speed chicane or "S" it wants to break loose when you change direction quickly. Any ideas on this? Was thinking going one thicker on the rear bar
It could be a multitude of things have you tried driving through there differently maybe less throttle or more throttle less steering a more forgiving line?
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Hey guys, probably an easy question, but having a mind blank at the moment, I am running Rick's setup for tc6.2, car is pretty good except for one spot, medium to high speed chicane or "S" it wants to break loose when you change direction quickly. Any ideas on this? Was thinking going one thicker on the rear bar
If you're happy with the car everywhere but that one quick transition, I'd go thicker on the shock oil all around to lock the car in more without really changing balance.

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my 6.2 isnt here yet, but when buying suspension parts im buying 6.1 parts right ? v and should i grab a different than stock spur for 17.5 blinky?

edit: i just realised i have 41 to 50 64pitch spurs.. so ill get a 96 and 100t spur?
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Old 02-09-2014, 07:41 AM   #578
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Hmmm, is anyone able to comment if this is definitely worth getting over a TC6.1 WC?

I've had my TC6.1 for ages now and it's nearly at WC spec, Just the chassis left to change over.

Over the years my tc6.1 has been really been dialed in for my local track and it feels great. Running minimal mods, like a zeppin ultra flex top deck, and HPI silver springs, RSD shock bladders. The rest is all setting up.

I have a mate who has owned a yokomo BD5, BD7 and now a BD7 2014. The TC6.1 is more than a match with the BD7 2014. But that being said its really up to the individual setting up and driver that makes or breaks a car.

I'm still undecided whether or not to upgrade. It just feels they haven't changed all that much. E.g. the shocks are still the same, when everyone else has gone the shorty wider shocks.

Also just spent a lot of money doign a overhaul of the car. After 2 years of fortnightly racing most the bearings have just been replaced, new CVD all round, belts, pulleys, shock O rings etc. Nearly spent 1/3 of the price of a new car end of last year on it!
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If you do not attend races at other tracks often, you can stay with the 6.1. If yours is dialed in then the 6.2 will not be (much) faster. It is only a little easier to drive. Time advantage on a lap is maybe 50 thousands (my experience after two weeks intensive testing). Its great advantage is to adapt it to other tracks in limited time.

So if you don't want to spend money on a new car and are satisfied with the 6.1 . The real difference makes still the man behind the wheel
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Hey guys, probably an easy question, but having a mind blank at the moment, I am running Rick's setup for tc6.2, car is pretty good except for one spot, medium to high speed chicane or "S" it wants to break loose when you change direction quickly. Any ideas on this? Was thinking going one thicker on the rear bar
Try and take 1/2-1mm spacer MM out of rear hub camber link position.
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can the tamiya swing shafts fit the tc6.2?
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If you do not attend races at other tracks often, you can stay with the 6.1. If yours is dialed in then the 6.2 will not be (much) faster. It is only a little easier to drive. Time advantage on a lap is maybe 50 thousands (my experience after two weeks intensive testing). Its great advantage is to adapt it to other tracks in limited time.

So if you don't want to spend money on a new car and are satisfied with the 6.1 . The real difference makes still the man behind the wheel
I'm in the same boat, deciding if I should upgrade from the 6.1. Why do you think the 6.2 adapts to other tracks easier?
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I'm in the same boat, deciding if I should upgrade from the 6.1. Why do you think the 6.2 adapts to other tracks easier?
Its easier and more consistent and you can tell the changes you make to the car
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Old 02-11-2014, 04:10 PM   #584
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defiantly worth upgrading to the tc6.2 much better, the build is better, the car is better, and a lot of upgrade stuff that associated have come out with
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Old 02-11-2014, 08:40 PM   #585
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Hey there
what diameter are the AE shocks ??

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