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Old 09-06-2010, 04:40 PM
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any idea if the body posts are in the same-ish position as the tc5 ?

recently got a pro-painted shell done for my tc5 and would love for it to fit a tc6 when I get one

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Old 09-06-2010, 07:12 PM
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Originally Posted by vikingen
any idea if the body posts are in the same-ish position as the tc5 ?

recently got a pro-painted shell done for my tc5 and would love for it to fit a tc6 when I get one

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Originally Posted by JuhoL
They are in the same spots so you can use the body from your TC5.
I think there will be a gear diff for the car at some point. Not sure when it will be available. I think the car kit should be available in October but I'm not sure about that.
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Old 09-06-2010, 07:27 PM
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brilliant. thanks.
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Just looking at the photo, how can you adjust the top link at the bulkhead?
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Originally Posted by ark
Just looking at the photo, how can you adjust the top link at the bulkhead?
That appears to be the longest link setting for the car front and rear. All adjuments make the links shorter. The longer links give the car more corner speed.
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Originally Posted by STLNLST
That appears to be the longest link setting for the car front and rear. All adjuments make the links shorter. The longer links give the car more corner speed.
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The kit setting looks to be like the hillbilly link setup (mod used on the TC5). I imagine like STLNLST stated, the inboard holes are the "standard" hole locations.
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Old 09-08-2010, 09:12 PM
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How are the guys doing at the iiC?
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Originally Posted by STLNLST
How are the guys doing at the iiC?
2nd, 3rd, 11th, and 12th after Round 1... looking good!
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Originally Posted by AM03GT
2nd, 3rd, 11th, and 12th after Round 1... looking good!

wow, that helped the pre-orders crowds start to place orders on our site. there have been shopping carts just sitting there in cyberspace up until you posted that. 5:03 till now 5 cars were sold.

I guess people were waiting. but really how many times has AE let you down?
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Is the steering bellcrank only suspended from the upper deck and not to the chassis?

I don't see any screw or plastic bushing on any of the pics of the bottom of the chassis.
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Originally Posted by Team T2C
... but really how many times has AE let you down?
**cough** TC4 **cough**
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Originally Posted by Serzoni
**cough** TC4 **cough**
Oh my....
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Originally Posted by FREAKAH
Is the steering bellcrank only suspended from the upper deck and not to the chassis?

I don't see any screw or plastic bushing on any of the pics of the bottom of the chassis.
it looks like it has a plastic bush that i guess a bearing would sit in to allow the steering to pivot

dunno for sure till the manual is released

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Originally Posted by Team T2C
wow, that helped the pre-orders crowds start to place orders on our site. there have been shopping carts just sitting there in cyberspace up until you posted that. 5:03 till now 5 cars were sold.

I guess people were waiting. but really how many times has AE let you down?
Cough**** cough**** TC5 ****
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The TC6's here at IIC look FANTASTIC!!! AE has put together a real winner.
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