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Old 01-03-2016, 06:18 PM   #31
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This is what I am now using.
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i've noticed that your composite plate of the servo mount has the two aluminum steering post on it, instead of the normal layout on the chassis.

that servo plate it's an upgrade?
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Old 01-03-2016, 07:37 PM   #32
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i've noticed that your composite plate of the servo mount has the two aluminum steering post on it, instead of the normal layout on the chassis.

that servo plate it's an upgrade?
It's a plate based on the one I make for the associated TC6.2. It allows for you to disconnect the steering assembly from the chassis, isolating it from the chassis flex. We have found that it improves steering response and consistency.
I will also be producing the bumper top plate as well.
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It's a plate based on the one I make for the associated TC6.2. It allows for you to disconnect the steering assembly from the chassis, isolating it from the chassis flex. We have found that it improves steering response and consistency.
I will also be producing the bumper top plate as well.
What's the time frame on availability for those parts??
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Old 01-03-2016, 07:49 PM   #34
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It's a plate based on the one I make for the associated TC6.2. It allows for you to disconnect the steering assembly from the chassis, isolating it from the chassis flex. We have found that it improves steering response and consistency.
I will also be producing the bumper top plate as well.
ok cool so you make it. thats great.
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is there the option of front differential ?????
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is there the option of front differential ?????
Yes there is. It's the same as the front, but with different outdrives.
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Yes there is. It's the same as the front, but with different outdrives.
You mean same as rear.
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You mean same as rear.
Yep, sorry about that.
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How are the plastics? Comparable to Mugen/Serpent?
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and one set up for a low traction with diff front???
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What's the time frame on availability for those parts??
Availability should just be a few weeks. I'll let you guys know when parts are cut then you can PM me for the details.
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How are the plastics? Comparable to Mugen/Serpent?
The new stuff seems pretty good but I still need to put more time on the car to judge. The ball cups seem a lit the soft however. I just side bumped a board and the camber went out of whack on that corner. I think I'll find replacements for the upper link locations.
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Is anyone runing the mile high championships in Denver this year if so let me know so we can pit together two car are better then one
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So for the people that have used this car, how does it go on the track? I like the look of this car and can't decide on this or a vbc d08
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So for the people that have used this car, how does it go on the track? I like the look of this car and can't decide on this or a vbc d08
I had the first version and now the V2. The V2 is a solid kit with much improved consistency and precision over the V1. The new plastics are great. I have not had any durability issues so far and I've been racing in the modified class for some time. I like all the options as standard parts on this car. This is definitely one of the best bang for the buck kits out there.
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