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Old 04-09-2013, 01:48 PM
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Anyone have any suggestions for spring rates and oil weights I should use for an evo with small bores on a dirt track? I have 2 hole whites up front and 3 hole blacks in the back.
When I used these shocks I had the 2 hole white front and rear.
Front 35 wt Losi oil with red (medium) spring or kit black.
Rear 30 wt Losi with purple (soft) spring.

This was hard packed dirt out door track.
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i am yanking the electronics out of my tc02t pro and selling it as a roller. im going back to associated since i have the sc10b(less parts in the bin)

if anyone is seriously interested pm me.
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Originally Posted by Mr RC Centre View Post
When I used these shocks I had the 2 hole white front and rear.
Front 35 wt Losi oil with red (medium) spring or kit black.
Rear 30 wt Losi with purple (soft) spring.

This was hard packed dirt out door track.
I have 3 hole black in all 4 corners. I might have to go heavier in the front. I'm going to start with the kit springs but I have the associated spring sets to work with. I have have 2 hole whites laying around, I'll have to look.
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Video of my win in pro mod buggy: http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=Sr4zk...eature%3Dshare
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Has anyone used associated axles with the team c hubs (rear)? I know that the axles are same, and the hubs are metric, just curious.
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Has anyone used associated axles with the team c hubs (rear)? I know that the axles are same, and the hubs are metric, just curious.
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Yes I have. You just have to use the AE cvd kit. I have also used them on my T4 buggy.
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Old 04-19-2013, 07:04 PM
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Have a TC02 on the way!!!!!

what bodies beside the stock one fits this car? will and associated one work?
how about wing?

anyone have a good starting setup for indoor clay
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Originally Posted by EJF View Post
Have a TC02 on the way!!!!!

what bodies beside the stock one fits this car? will and associated one work?
how about wing?

anyone have a good starting setup for indoor clay
The above video is this setup sheet:
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Old 04-20-2013, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by 8drenlnjunkE View Post
The above video is this setup sheet:

are the springs listed on your setup sheet the kit BB springs?
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Last weekend I used the gear diff in the buggy for the first time. I did use the shims that it came with with 2000wt oil. It did feel a little tight and notchy but I will say I ran my fastest times with it. I got different shims to put in it but right now here in Grand Rapids Michigan our track is under water due to flooding of the Grand river so it will be a while before I can retest. But I am pleased with it so far.
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Originally Posted by EJF View Post
are the springs listed on your setup sheet the kit BB springs?
Yes the stock BB springs which are the medium Team C springs. They are the ones that have the 2 silver dots on them. The pistons on the AE 1.6 2 hole pistons.
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Any other bodies besides the stock one fit this car?
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Yes, the FTW katana rb5 body will fit. http://ftwrc.wordpress.com/2013/03/2...rock-some-ftw/
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hey guys im kinda out of the big racing scene and jus want to stick to weekend club racing, would the regular tc02 buggy kit without big bores or the aluminum upgrades be a good choice and still be competitive against the other guys ? it wil be driven in mod or stock i cant decide yet haha
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