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Old 05-01-2018, 02:59 AM
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I see a couple things not right with that setup but I don't have experience with the 6.2, care to take some pics so I can look at arm angles and such? About the 418 arms depends on where they put the rear hubs.
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Old 05-01-2018, 03:29 AM
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I see a couple things not right with that setup but I don't have experience with the 6.2, care to take some pics so I can look at arm angles and such? About the 418 arms depends on where they put the rear hubs.
Thanks for.offering help. The car has been disassmbled as i want to revert the setup but to the box stock one .
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Old 05-22-2018, 12:52 AM
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hi guys .using a TC6 forindoor carpet. rear of chassis is getting thin. wil the 6.1 worlds chassis fit please
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Old 05-22-2018, 06:48 PM
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Originally Posted by gravediggerNZ View Post
hi guys .using a TC6 forindoor carpet. rear of chassis is getting thin. wil the 6.1 worlds chassis fit please
It should. The part number is different from the 6.1, but all the parts that bolt onto it are the same. Looks like it's a little bit narrower, maybe for more flex? The 6.2 chassis definitely will NOT fit.
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Old 05-24-2018, 01:51 AM
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Thank you. I'll order one from rcmart. There are no 6.0 chassis I can find .So this is good news.
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Old 05-24-2018, 02:22 AM
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first time I drove this car on carpet it was dialed on minipin tyres. I've gone back to foam tyres and I can't drive to save my self on it . I'm pretty useless at setup. All I've changed is tyres.
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Old 05-24-2018, 02:29 AM
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first time I drove this car on carpet it was dialed on minipin tyres. I've gone back to foam tyres and I can't drive to save my self on it . I'm pretty useless at setup. All I've changed is tyres.
based on your sig it looks like your in NZ? Where do you race? I also drive a TC6. Race at North harbour, Auckland. We run foam tires on astro. Its a pretty unique combination. Im still working on set up but had it going really well at last club day
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Old 05-24-2018, 03:46 AM
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Originally Posted by gravediggerNZ View Post
first time I drove this car on carpet it was dialed on minipin tyres. I've gone back to foam tyres and I can't drive to save my self on it . I'm pretty useless at setup. All I've changed is tyres.
If you are on rcracer.co.nz forum you could jump on and ask us about setup there, would get more sensible answers for our racing conditions/rules I would think.
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Old 05-27-2018, 09:57 PM
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If you are on rcracer.co.nz forum you could jump on and ask us about setup there, would get more sensible answers for our racing conditions/rules I would think.
cheers guys in Invercargill. I can't tell what is left and right side for c hubs.there is no markings.I'm thinking high hole to the front? And rcracernzcan be pretty dead at times
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Originally Posted by Be6 View Post
based on your sig it looks like your in NZ? Where do you race? I also drive a TC6. Race at North harbour, Auckland. We run foam tires on astro. Its a pretty unique combination. Im still working on set up but had it going really well at last club day
I've had my old hpi sprint2 driving well .this car I'm going to have to go back to kit setup I think.yes I'm in NZ .Invercargill
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Old 05-28-2018, 12:59 AM
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Low hole to the front is it? There is no markings for left and right
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Old 05-28-2018, 01:35 AM
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Originally Posted by gravediggerNZ View Post
Low hole to the front is it? There is no markings for left and right
Yes low hole to the front
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Yes low hole to the front
and the different degrees? Just don't mix them up or ya stuffed?
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I think standard would be 4deg blocks which is probably what you have, the optional ones are definitely marked, yes stay with same caster on each side otherwise the car will do weird things.
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Originally Posted by fathead View Post
I think standard would be 4deg blocks which is probably what you have, the optional ones are definitely marked, yes stay with same caster on each side otherwise the car will do weird things.
ok thanks for that. I actual had my caster hubs on the wrong side.it appears even the steering knuckles may be on backwards to.now these are marked L and R.is this from looking at the front of the car. Or like I'm sitting in a real car left and right side?
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