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Old 12-07-2006, 12:30 PM   #1
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Im going to run indoor carpet this winter. Got a FT TC3 with the nitro steering mod. Looking for setups, likely stock motor. thanks.
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is this for the new belt car?
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no, its the old tried and true shaft driven car
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Front
rear shock tower on the front
copper spring
50 wt oil
F-0 front block
shock as upright as possible
.5 toe out
6 degree caster blocks
camber inner top hole
-1.5 degree camber


Rear
red spring
40 wt oil
shocks as upright as possible
F block and 3-2 block
camber link
outer in lower hole
inner in inside upper hole
-1 degree camber

battery in the front

i hope this helps any Q's pm me
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thanks, i gotta get some foam tires for it. I guess the best thing to do is see what the other people at the track use but the track is an hour away. Id hate to show up and not be able to get any from the shop. do these use the 26mm rims? double pinks the good ones?
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Tire wise you can go with: * In no certain order, ABC order!

Jaco Rims-
Double Pink Orange (Front)
Double Pink (Rear)
Orange/Purple (Front)
Purples (Rear)

Parma Rims-
Cyan (Front)
Magenta (Rear)
Ingios (Front)
Magenta (Rear?)
Plaid (Front)
Purple (Rear)

Trc-
Cyan (Front)
Magenta (Rear)
Plaid (Front)
Purple (Rear)

That is the typically tire choices for indoors on carpet. These are all 28mm tires. If you have questions regarding any of these compounds please pm me or post here. I check the boards at least 3-5 times a day. Best of luck to you!
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Do these use the 26mm rims? Double pinks the good ones?
You can use 26mm tires on a TC. Most tire companies have gone over to 28mm rims. But Trc and a few other companies still produce 26mm rims and offer 28mm rims as well.
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I BRS
Double Pink Orange (Front)
Double Pink (Rear)
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thanks for the info, heres my FT TC3
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