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Old 01-29-2013, 03:05 PM
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NEW VIDEO!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTyhYJPduYU

New Setup Sheets:
http://www.teamassociated.com/cars_a...anuals_setups/



http://www.teamassociated.com/cars_a...2/Factory_Team

1:10 Scale 2WD Electric Off Road Competition Truck Kit

How many ways can you say "winner"?

How about R.O.A.R. National Champion? Since its release in 2003, our RC10T truck series has remained at the top level of national competition, having won eight R.O.A.R. National Championships. Along with this unprecedented achievement of winning more national titles than any truck in its class, comes countless hours spent on research and development to keep improving the T4.

How about Reader's Choice Award? The readers of Radio Control Car Action magazine have overwhelmingly voted our 2WD electric truck as the best in its class five times.

How about Truck of the Year? After much deliberation, the editors of Radio Control Car Action magazine awarded this prestigious honor to our truck.

The RC10T4.2 kit now comes with the latest Factory Team high-performance option parts like the 12mm "Big Bore" threaded shocks, VTS slipper clutch, blue aluminum bellcrank set, and 12mm wheel hexes, just to name a few. Also included in the T4.2 Factory Team kit is the Pro-Line Bulldog body.

How many ways can you say "winner?" To that list we can now add "RC10T4.2 Factory Team Kit."

RC10T4.2 Factory Team Kit Features:

Factory Team 12mm ‘Big Bore’ hard-anodized aluminum threaded shocks with TiN “Gold” 3mm shock shafts
VTS slipper (variable torque, multi-plate slipper with three drive surfaces) assembly featuring a high-resolution spring
Factory Team 12mm blue aluminum front and rear clamping hexes with hex wheels
Pro-Line Bulldog body
Factory Team 7075-T6 blue aluminum 0 rear hubs with oversized outer bearing
Factory Team blue aluminum bellcrank set
Updated shock towers optimized for the 12mm ‘Big Bore’ shocks
Ball differential with light-weight outdrives
Factory Team blue titanium turnbuckles
Factory Team carbon-fiber battery strap and blue aluminum thumb screws
CVA joints with pin retainer clips
Factory Team rear ballast weight
Complete set of precision ball bearings
Factory Team blue aluminum hinge pin brace, milled motor plate, servo mounts, and much more!
#7025
RC10T4.2 Factory Team Kit
Available: Feb. 2013
UPC: 784695 070257

Front 12mm hex conversion for any T4:
http://www.teamassociated.com/news/l...ex_Drive_Parts!

Blank/Stock Setup Sheets:
http://www.teamassociated.com/pdf/ca..._edit_2013.pdf



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By far my favorite class...to bad its dead ..in n.j.
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Now where's the SC10.2 lol or really .1 I guess.
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Old 01-29-2013, 03:23 PM
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I think they have the best truck. Even as a .1
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now you know exactly what the sc10.x will be. This with a longer chassis. I am cutious about the front hexes. Did they do it like JC with sc10 front or rear or different offset wheels than JC.
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Originally Posted by tedstryker View Post
By far my favorite class...to bad its dead ..in n.j.

Yea suprisetly its been going with about 5 to 6 of them showing on every weekend at my indoor track.
Mostly 22t and one T4 and one XXX-T.

Dam it is a nice truck though. But im still iffy on how its going to grow back again.
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Originally Posted by tedstryker View Post
By far my favorite class...to bad its dead ..in n.j.
Not around me. In the summer at t&l we can usually get a heat of stadium on thursday nights. Sunday sometimes to. If there are only a few guys they get tossed into 2wd sc.
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Now you must maintain and update this thread for the next 2 years...... bless you my son
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I agree they do have the best SC out there but I'd rather have a whole new kit for parts and the BB, shock towers and the slipper. I'm still debating on whether to buy the avid triad yet.
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This class was 1 of my favorites back in the day... running a 7-cell pack with a Peak Wild Thing motor or the Animal motor...good times!
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Ok, they made a new front axle for the t4 hex. And used sc10 hexes front and rear. cool. So i assume the wheels are the same offsets as the JC hex wheels. The rear tower is cut for the BB shocks, but no idea if the 4th hole was also made.
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Originally Posted by steel_man_13 View Post
Now where's the SC10.2 lol or really .1 I guess.
Yea,come on factory guys please give me a taste of an sc10.2 as I am ready for a new kit and if it is due within a couple of months I will wait!
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Everything looks good except the body, man is that thing awful.
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