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Old 04-02-2014, 12:03 PM
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Old 04-02-2014, 12:03 PM
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Originally Posted by bobf24 View Post
Check you steering travel too, I would guess your servo saver is too loose or end points are the issue
No travel problem by the way. But will check servosever. Thanks.
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Old 04-02-2014, 12:05 PM
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Originally Posted by marcel p View Post
Make it heavy at the front. About 60 grams .
Gear diff oil 800/1000
I run a tm2v2. At carpet
But a local guy runs a t2evo and his car runs great.
I tryed it and run almost te same laptimes with his evo as i do with my v2
Ok i will try. Thnks.
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Old 04-02-2014, 12:26 PM
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We also run the hard springs
And about 40/45 wt oil.
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Old 04-02-2014, 05:03 PM
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Originally Posted by pagwon View Post
Stock sprigs and 27.5 - 30 oil f/b proline pinpoint and wedge combo. Savx 1258 servo. I didn't check the servo saver. Maybe it is the problem...
i had a constant issue with steering at high speeds for quite a while until i locked down the servo saver. problem solved. also try swapping around your C hubs (left on the right, right on the left).

Originally Posted by marcel p View Post
We also run the hard springs
And about 40/45 wt oil.
^ what he said

hard springs and play with shock oils in that range. i would try 45wt front/40wt rear. try different shock positions.
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Old 04-03-2014, 03:05 PM
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Have you guys seen the article on evo in RC Car Action. Only dislike they had was that car has e clips on front hindge pins. I read that and said really? that was the standard for years. One of the best buggies on market and its a great price.
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I have the same gripe, I hate e-clips. You're right that it WAS the standard. As in they're now out-dated.

I went out and found e-clips in bulk since I break them every time I try to remove one and half the time I try to install them. I got 250 (of whatever size the ones for the hinge pins are) for around $11 on eBay.
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Old 04-05-2014, 03:19 PM
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i personally don't mind them. i've never had any real issues with them.
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Old 04-05-2014, 04:38 PM
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No issiues here with them also
But for looks i prefer like tm4 with a setscrew in the hubs..
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Old 04-05-2014, 10:40 PM
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Originally Posted by IntegraMark View Post
i personally don't mind them. i've never had any real issues with them.
Same here, never had an issue I dont even use the clips on the inner hinge pins, the set screw keeps them in place and the bumper keeps them from coming out if the set screw fails.
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Old 04-06-2014, 06:49 PM
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Originally Posted by pagwon View Post
Stock sprigs and 27.5 - 30 oil f/b proline pinpoint and wedge combo. Savx 1258 servo. I didn't check the servo saver. Maybe it is the problem...
Servo saver - I actually glue the two pieces together so there is NO movement ever. I throw the spring away and do the nut up tight with thread lock.
Modern servo's are super strong now, that's why you see so many fixed aluminum steering assemblies now.

Front oil too light for sure and yea go up in springs. When I ran on carpet with my T2 Evo I was TLR 40 with black piston and TLR Green spring out on arm and middle on tower. Rear was TLR 30 white piston TLR Pink spring in on arm and middle on tower.
I used a shorty pack all the way forward, gear diff with TLR 2000 ESC behind the shorty down on the chassis.
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Old 04-15-2014, 01:07 PM
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Team C TC02/TC02 EVO thread-messenger_5855813979232256958_13961348484154279.jpg

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Hi guys,
I have a problem with TU02223 5.5 mm ball studs Actually they are not 5.5 mm so too many space in place.

Any idea ?
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5.5mm refers to the length of the threads on the stud. the diameter of the ball is something like 4.8 mm
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Old 04-15-2014, 04:02 PM
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Not on that part, there are no threads,

There is going to be some tolerance on both the balls and the holder they go in, that being said I think you will be fine to run them, if there is a lot of slop the holder those go in might be worn out along with the balls,

On my buggy most of the slop is actually front to back but it seems like it's in the balls, check that you can't wiggle the arms front to back and if so try shimming that out, if there is play it doesn't seat those balls all the way into their pockets
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oh crap, maybe should've actually looked at the pictures first. I'll just stop posting now lol.
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