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Old 04-20-2011, 06:54 AM
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Shock pistons are #1(54) #2(55) and #3(3/64")

Kit springs are silver (14.5 lbs) and green (12.0 lbs)

Sway bars are both 1.25mm and the internal gear ratio is 2.0:1

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Originally Posted by goin2drt
I have my kit coming. Can anyone tell me what shock pistons come in the kit as well as what color of springs?

Thanks.
you get a full set of pistons...
1, 2, 3. AE labels a little different. I'm using the kit #3 and they work great.
i do believe some setups are using Losi 56 or 57...
or drilling out AE blanks to setup is an option.

Springs are Silver / Green if memory serves me correctly.
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Okay pressing my luck. Gearing for 17.5 n/t on high grip indoor asphalt with about a 80 ft straighaway and tight infield.
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Originally Posted by goin2drt
Okay pressing my luck. Gearing for 17.5 n/t on high grip indoor asphalt with about a 80 ft straighaway and tight infield.
The same FDR as on any other TC. Why would the TC6 need a different FDR?
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Originally Posted by daleburr
The same FDR as on any other TC. Why would the TC6 need a different FDR?
Sorry. Coming from 21.5 now going to 17.5 and was looking for actual gearing suggestions, pinion and spur. Sorry not clear.
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Originally Posted by goin2drt
Sorry. Coming from 21.5 now going to 17.5 and was looking for actual gearing suggestions, pinion and spur. Sorry not clear.
You'll certainly need something smaller than the kit spur. This gear chart here shows what will mesh:

http://abram.eu.org/gear_tc6.php

I'd start with your 21.5 gearing and increase the FDR by 0.5 to 1.0.
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Originally Posted by daleburr
You'll certainly need something smaller than the kit spur. This gear chart here shows what will mesh:

http://abram.eu.org/gear_tc6.php

I'd start with your 21.5 gearing and increase the FDR by 0.5 to 1.0.

I think this chart is really nice, but it is not entirely accurate...I have been running 31/104 64p and according to this chart that wont fit.
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Originally Posted by goin2drt
Okay pressing my luck. Gearing for 17.5 n/t on high grip indoor asphalt with about a 80 ft straighaway and tight infield.
For no timing 17.5 I would try 49/104 64p with an LRP SXX SS V2 V4.4 software.
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Originally Posted by artwork
I think this chart is really nice, but it is not entirely accurate...I have been running 31/104 64p and according to this chart that wont fit.
So is that 31/104 in 17.5 n/t?
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Originally Posted by goin2drt
So is that 31/104 in 17.5 n/t?
31/104 with timing with an LRP x12 4dot

LRP SXX SS V2 v4.4
3/3/9/0 was my settings
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4.0 FDR with 17.5 no boost is a good starting point. Some people run a tooth higher to range int the 3.8ish range overall.

Basically, run a pinion that is 1/2 the size of the spur, whether 48 or 64 pitch.
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hi guys,

i know that those are yokomo white springs, it is correct??

http://ets.redrc.net/gallery/


if yes, does anyone know which color of the yokomo's is for associated grey and green??

thanks!!
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I am assuming that by gray you mean silver, which is a 14.5 lb spring, this is about equal to Yokomo black. The Green is a 12 lb spring which is softer than what Yokomo offers.
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Another win for TC6 in Europe:



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on the set up wheres the battery front or rear?
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