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Old 12-13-2010, 11:55 AM
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does anyone know if there is a cross reference chart out there that will show what parts of a tc5 will interchange the new tc6?
my local hobby store has alot of tc5 parts and if any will work I'll just buy them up.
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Originally Posted by touringdriver
does anyone know if there is a cross reference chart out there that will show what parts of a tc5 will interchange the new tc6?
my local hobby store has alot of tc5 parts and if any will work I'll just buy them up.
I'll send you a list.
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Looks like you need to change your Avatar.
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i would if i knew how too. as far as the rdx and trf logos.
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Originally Posted by touringdriver
i would if i knew how too. as far as the rdx and trf logos.
Just make sure the plastics you are buying are the HARD plastic. It'll say on the packaging also.
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Asphalt season is gonna be fun. I can't wait. Thanks to all that have shared info and gear diff info. All of us that aren't running the car until asphalt season will be able to hit the ground running I just hope I do well at this years Reedy Race.
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Originally Posted by Chris Furman
Just make sure the plastics you are buying are the HARD plastic. It'll say on the packaging also.
thanks for the info, is the none hard just standard RTR style plastic?
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Just made my first rollout on Sat. and Race on Sunday

All was fine,

just shorten the Weelbase in front
lower the Rollcenter to 1 Point
installed less toe-in in the rear
driving 6-6 drop
changing 600 MuchMore Oil
and testing Caster Block 6decrease (not sure if its good)
driving yokomo gear in the rear

Track was indoor tarmac (Western-German LRP Masters Race) very high grip.
car was good with little less steering caused by tire overheat.
Q Pos. was 2 Final Pos. was 2

will post my setup tomorrow

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Originally Posted by ira
I'll send you a list.
Could you include me on the send? I have bunch of parts of the TC5, but not sure what to unload and what I can keep...

Thanks,
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Originally Posted by bvoltz
Could you include me on the send? I have bunch of parts of the TC5, but not sure what to unload and what I can keep...

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I woudnt mind that list too please

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ok here you go


arms
castor blocks
steering knuckles
rear hubs
cva's
6x10 bearings
diff bearings
hinge pins
wheel hex's

I think that is most of it
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Originally Posted by walterhenderson
ok here you go


arms
castor blocks
steering knuckles
rear hubs
cva's
6x10 bearings
diff bearings
hinge pins
wheel hex's

I think that is most of it
Also Diff pulleys, front and rear belts. I'll have a more detailed list with part numbers tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by touringdriver
thanks for the info, is the none hard just standard RTR style plastic?
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Ugh!

No thread in 31309

It really sucks ... it made me closer to bd5

Now I know why tc6 is cheap ...

Team Associated TC6 Thread-ae_31309_broken_part.jpg


AGHR!!!!!!


I can do it at home but it need 1 more hole in main chassis ....


F.....k!!!!!!!

Now I'm at beggining of build what next is f***ed at factory???


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