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Old 03-05-2012, 08:56 AM
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What is the material you have under the board on your bench?
Its a Hudy Pit mat, rubber

and got to say that i love associated costumer support!!

the battery tab bars were missing in my kit, emailed costumer support but didnt get any reply, and today when i got home, a package with 2 bars was in the mail, very good support!! these things really build a brand loyalty

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Old 03-05-2012, 09:05 AM
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Its a Hudy Pit mat, rubber
A yoga mat is similar and what a lot of drivers use.
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Old 03-05-2012, 09:28 AM
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hi, I am getting a tc6 for 275 brand new in box, should I get it or is this not a good deal, or is the tc6.1 a lot better
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Originally Posted by zzztech View Post

Seems like I have to cut the rear one above the pinion to fit a 36T pinion for a 21.5T motor anyway lol.
not necessary, i am currently running a 42T for 21.5, no problems with clearance

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LOL! I was just talking about you yesterday and wondering if you were still into RC.
Yes running offroad electric, and still making decals and now t shirts
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Originally Posted by zaraz View Post
hi, I am getting a tc6 for 275 brand new in box, should I get it or is this not a good deal, or is the tc6.1 a lot better
As far as I've seen there pretty similar. The fastest AE guy ar our track still mostly has the TC6 setup. Otherwise the TC6.1 has a newer spool and rear gear diff. The TC6.1 arms and hubs are beefier and the arms have 3 holes for shock instead of just two

The TC6.1 rollbars have absolutely zero slop. Otherwise I just built one for a friend and it looks the same except for spool, gear diff, arms, hubs and rollbar

I'm not sure any geometry has changed with the arms and hubs? You'll probably be happy with both

275 for a new TC6 is a steal
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Default Shock Fluids...

whats a good line up of fluid viscosity to have for this car....

whats a good weight to use front/rear?

Whats a good running tire for OUR car? lol TEAM ASSOCIATED

Running mostly asphalt

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Originally Posted by BlackStarRacing View Post
whats a good line up of fluid viscosity to have for this car....

whats a good weight to use front/rear?

Whats a good running tire for OUR car? lol TEAM ASSOCIATED

Running mostly asphalt

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I have 30, 32.5, 35, 37.5 and 40

People use solaris 28's (Soft), 32's (Medium) and 32's (Hard) depending on temperature

TC6 setups

TC6.1 setups

TC6 petitrc setups

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Old 03-05-2012, 12:52 PM
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I have 30, 32.5, 35, 37.5 and 40

People use solaris 28's (Soft), 32's (Medium) and 32's (Hard) depending on temperature

TC6 setups

TC6.1 setups

TC6 petitrc setups

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Thanks a great deal very useful information!

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Originally Posted by BlackStarRacing View Post
Thanks a great deal very useful information!

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Also letting us know what motor/class your running is very helpful as setup does change depending on motor power

13.5/17.5/mod?

Kevin Jelich and I both tested and drove this setup for 17.5 and found it very nice handling and easy to drive
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Originally Posted by Infinite 12th View Post
Also letting us know what motor/class your running is very helpful as setup does change depending on motor power

13.5/17.5/mod?

Kevin Jelich and I both tested and drove this setup for 17.5 and found it very nice handling and easy to drive
starting out with 17.5 for now competitive but not too damn crazy lol
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I run both you can't really notice the difference between 2 chassis..
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Originally Posted by Rick Hohwart View Post
A yoga mat is similar and what a lot of drivers use.
And they always retain their shape, come in a variety of colors, and are relatively cheap. The yoga mat replaced a long line of pit towels and mats that I've gone through in my years in the hobby, one of the best (simple) purchases ever.
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Or you can get the mat they use for tool box..
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Originally Posted by LasagnaCat View Post
And they always retain their shape, come in a variety of colors, and are relatively cheap. The yoga mat replaced a long line of pit towels and mats that I've gone through in my years in the hobby, one of the best (simple) purchases ever.
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Or you can get the mat they use for tool box..
so i should be heading over to dicks sporting goods.....not the hobby store lol..... thanks for the heads up.....

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