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Old 09-10-2018, 01:21 PM
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I am afraid to post the full photostory of my build (not yet finished) here. It has already 95 pictures. It showes step by step how it becomes a full racing chassis.
Everybody who is interested to see details of all parts and steps, please feel free to click here:

Associated TC7.2 UIT - Seite 2 - Team Associated / Reedy - RCweb.de RC-Modellbau-Portal
First, your build photos were awesome!
Second, what titanium turnbuckles are those?
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The blue AE ones like this for example:

https://www.teamassociated.com/parts...uckles_825_in/

You find these under Parts & Accessoires for the TC7.2 on RC10.com
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Did you run on asphalt or carpet?
Smooth asphalt
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Old 09-10-2018, 10:55 PM
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Originally Posted by glennhl View Post
Smooth asphalt
sounds quite similar to what Im running on asphalt (little bumps in one part) - still running the old TC7 with long dampers.
Would you mind posting your latest TC7.2 setup for asphalt?
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Originally Posted by jpx View Post

sounds quite similar to what I‘m running on asphalt (little bumps in one part) - still running the „old“ TC7 with long dampers.
Would you mind posting your latest TC7.2 setup for asphalt?

I would attach my setup sheet, but it's too large. It's 6.5 megs and we are only allowed 5 on this forum.

EDIT: Found a tool online to compress pdf's. Here you go.

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I have some old bodies from my TC7.1 will they fit the new car without making any adjustments/ new holes ?
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I have some old bodies from my TC7.1 will they fit the new car without making any adjustments/ new holes ?
No problem, fit perfectly.
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I have some old bodies from my TC7.1 will they fit the new car without making any adjustments/ new holes ?
Post locations are the same , but the bigger bumper will cause problems. If you go back to the 7.1 foam you'll be okay.
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Finally got my car ready to run:





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Very nice!

Where did you get the blue M2 Screws for the rollbarmounts?
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To be honest... I forgot when and where I bought them. I believe they were part of an aluminium screw set I bought years ago for the TC5... I guess you should be able to buy them separately. If someone can help here
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Very nice!

Where did you get the blue M2 Screws for the rollbarmounts?

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I know this is kinda silly posting this; but I finished mounting my servo in and does the belt really go through the eyelet of the servo like that? seems really kinda weird.

I'm afraid to turn my car on lol.
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Yeah I found that weird too.
But it is like that. Just mill the lower mount away. And it is good.
Reedy servos originally come with three mountings. The chassis is fully adapted to Reedy products.
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