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Old 04-30-2004, 06:21 PM   #16
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Since the car is lighter/stiffer with the IRS you're gonna have to run a bit softer than everybody else running a TC3


BTW: Heres the ULTIMATE TC3 FIX
if im not mistaken i think the IRS chassis is less stiff then the stock one....i would never trade the tc3 in for the Tamiya...front one-way is messed up unless they fixed it with updated parts and ...the Evo3 is outdated with the 415 and the Evo4 coming out...Associated has parts support even at your local Wal-Mart
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Old 04-30-2004, 08:44 PM   #17
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Default TC3 rules!!!!!!!!!

There is nothing wrong with the factory TC3 chassis, I just wanted something a little more refined and adjustable(stiffness).
As far as design goes; the simple systems seem to work!
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