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Old 08-23-2010, 04:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Advil
Well, my local HobbyTown USA has both HB and AE parts in stock.
oh yeah, steel outdrives?
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Old 08-23-2010, 04:26 PM
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Originally Posted by JayL
oh yeah, steel outdrives?
They were at my "other" local hobby shop (SW).
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Originally Posted by Advil
They were at my "other" local hobby shop (SW).
SWR seemed to be the only place in the US to get them
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Originally Posted by STLNLST
SWR seemed to be the only place in the US to get them
Advil is just lucky, his LHS has the BEST manager anywhere
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Yes !

http://67.199.85.166/ae/tc6/tc6_home.php
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Originally Posted by kerb
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Looks like it's going to be a good one.
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Finally!!!
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Originally Posted by Edgar_P
Finally!!!
Say that when it's out in stores.
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Old 08-27-2010, 11:23 AM
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What are the TC6 diff outdrives made from?

The press release shots show a black material. Is it hardened steel, black anodized aluminum or black plastic?
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Originally Posted by spongerX
What are the TC6 diff outdrives made from?

The press release shots show a black material. Is it hardened steel, black anodized aluminum or black plastic?
In the press lease it says they are hard anodized for long life, so that means aluminum I would guess.

I saw Keven's and Rick's in action at the Roar On road nats and the cars looked great on and off the track.

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Make it two Utah!
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Car looks great in the press shots on RedRC. Nice nod to Solaris with the wheels.

I can't believe the motor has been moved in 13MM! I'm surprised the TC5 didn't tip over!

Good luck in Vegas with the new ride.
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So are they going to start making custom spur gears for it too?

The one in the pic looks like it was severely dremeled (although a pretty nice job) in order to access the rearmost motor screw. It looks like there is a lower hole that can be accessed easier at least. I know AE aren't the only ones that have an awkward motor mount design, but it just seems odd to me that any newly designed car would use this configuration.

*Shrugs* Other than that, looks like a nice car.

How easy is it to take the diff or spool out?
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