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Old 07-18-2020, 02:12 PM
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Greetings Blwaz23 , you have a legitimate question. ( Sorry I don't have a straight answer ). Please keep a temp guage on hand ,when you do get the Reedy 21.5 out on the track. It can assist in fine tuning according to the outdoor track layout. Good luck & post if there are any updates.
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Old 09-24-2020, 09:39 AM
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Originally Posted by OVA View Post

I didnt read far enough back so you may have said it ..... but what did you do or what did you use to get DCJ's on the front of yours?

Appreciate the help.
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Old 09-28-2020, 01:59 PM
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I used TC7 Steering knuckles on my Kaizen TC4
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Old 09-28-2020, 04:10 PM
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Originally Posted by 3TurnRacing View Post
I used TC7 Steering knuckles on my Kaizen TC4

Appreciate that. I did read a few hundred pages (it seemed) back and found quite a bit of info on using the TC7 stuff. Love seeing this car still being used and work arounds to some discontinued stuff.
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I tried using the steering rack as well. But my angle for the steering arm to the Servo was to steep, so I had trouble keeping it from hitting the top deck
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The wheels/tires are mainly for looks while itís on the shelf

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Just something Im personally playing with for this seasons 21.5 runs


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Old 10-02-2020, 05:45 PM
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Originally Posted by 3TurnRacing View Post

The wheels/tires are mainly for looks while itís on the shelf
Good to see a Camaro body still running.
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Thanks Billy!!!!
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Originally Posted by Robbob View Post
Just something Im personally playing with for this seasons 21.5 runs

Robbob... That Chassis looks Sweet!!!!!!
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Running the Kaizen chassis also (I may be slow, but it took most of last winter to make it work...), but Iím lazy and donít like using strapping tape for battery hold down.

so I took some scrap kydex, a couple chassis posts (I think from an RC12r...something) and a couple servo horns and did this.


itís ugly, but it works.
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Originally Posted by Farmer_John View Post
Running the Kaizen chassis also (I may be slow, but it took most of last winter to make it work...), but Iím lazy and donít like using strapping tape for battery hold down.

so I took some scrap kydex, a couple chassis posts (I think from an RC12r...something) and a couple servo horns and did this.


itís ugly, but it works.
So long as it works. What steering rack are you using? Thatís not a TC4 rack is it?
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Originally Posted by 3TurnRacing View Post
So long as it works. What steering rack are you using? Thatís not a TC4 rack is it?
It was a fleabay find. So, Associated...no. For the TC4...yes. The quality was better than expected.

...and yes, I know that something down the chain will become the weak link and break, but it won't be the rack again.
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Originally Posted by Farmer_John View Post
It was a fleabay find. So, Associated...no. For the TC4...yes. The quality was better than expected.

...and yes, I know that something down the chain will become the weak link and break, but it won't be the rack again.

I was trying to use the TC7 Rack but that didn't work very well, so I had to go back to the Factory TC4 one for now till i can find something else.
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Originally Posted by 3TurnRacing View Post
I was trying to use the TC7 Rack but that didn't work very well, so I had to go back to the Factory TC4 one for now till i can find something else.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/GPM-ALUMINU...item588af762a8

Well, for 25 bucks it was surprisingly good quality, bolted right in and I'll need to find a use for all the left and right arms taking up space in my box.
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