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Old 04-23-2014, 12:07 PM   #946
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So no one makes a "floating" mount like the xray one? They all use battery tape, and velcro?
The RSD one works with the 6.2 I believe.

https://reflexracing.3dcartstores.co...AY_p_1343.html

Not really floating though.
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Old 04-23-2014, 12:10 PM   #947
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The RSD one works with the 6.2 I believe.

https://reflexracing.3dcartstores.co...AY_p_1343.html

Not really floating though.
Well, I guess it would work with any car, because you are just drilling a hole in the plastic holder, and attaching a longer screw. Thank you!
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Old 04-23-2014, 12:38 PM   #948
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I would begin to lower the roll center by removing the suspension mount shims and use softer springs.
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Tried doing a 'search' and kept coming up with unrelated results.

I've seen a couple of different ways to secure batteries in a TC6.2 in a few pics in this thread but have been unable to find where to get these upgrades. Are these home-spun mods or packaged items that are available online?

If some of you could re-post some pics of your battery brace, hold-down, or clamping device, that would be great. I may be able to fashion something myself with a little inspiration.

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It includes a longer inner stop that's also made from 2.5mm CF and all needed hardware. It uses tape or straps just like the stock parts. They are adjustable too so you can move the battery forward or back as well as compensate for different battery dimensions.
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You can order my carbon battery kit directly from me.

It includes a longer inner stop that's also made from 2.5mm CF and all needed hardware. It uses tape or straps just like the stock parts. They are adjustable too so you can move the battery forward or back as well as compensate for different battery dimensions.
Just PM me for ordering details.
And I'm absolutely loving his bumper brace. Fantastic design and quality.

On that note, I went out looking for a blue anodized spacers for it as bling parts...they don't exist hehe.
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And I'm absolutely loving his bumper brace. Fantastic design and quality.

On that note, I went out looking for a blue anodized spacers for it as bling parts...they don't exist hehe.
That's the problem with low volume builds. The costs outweigh the benefit.
If you want to get slick, you can do anodizing at home at a low cost. I've been contemplating this for my stuff as the added cost of doing this in California is getting increasingly difficult and the volume is not high enough to move things to Asia. Besides I like having full control over what I make.
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Besides I like having full control over what I make.
Absolutely, never change that unless demand outweighs your time. Keep that control man.
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Well, I guess it would work with any car, because you are just drilling a hole in the plastic holder, and attaching a longer screw. Thank you!
that is what i use on my car it works great , does not restrict flex on that side of the chassis. dont need to drill a hole ,the hole already exist just use a long screw to go all the way through. just tell cristain you are useing it on a6.2 and he will include all the hardware
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that is what i use on my car it works great , does not restrict flex on that side of the chassis. dont need to drill a hole ,the hole already exist just use a long screw to go all the way through. just tell cristain you are useing it on a6.2 and he will include all the hardware
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Here's the picture of the TC6.2 System. Part no. RSD130
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Hey Cristian, what's the size on those flat head screws? I have the blue aluminum screw kit and was curious if I have the right replacement screw to match.
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Here's the picture of the TC6.2 System. Part no. RSD130
Nooooo Right after I ordered the other stuff
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Here's the picture of the TC6.2 System. Part no. RSD130
I been using these for awhile now on my TC6.2..They are awesome!!
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We have a bunch of stuff coming over the next few weeks Kevin, so stay tuned.

Amongst the items we have a long swaybar kit for the rear, new servo mount and steering posts, aluminum chassis and other goodies as well.

The hold down system uses an m3x 6 screw. Anything with a 3mm thread should work.
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