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Old 08-30-2013, 01:00 PM
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Cristian i just got a tc6.1wc and want to get a set of DCJ's but im not sure which set to get the narrow or wide i am going to be running a putty gear diff in the front thanks in advance
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Narrow ones will fit best
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is there a tech for the short shock build for the TC6.1?...

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Christian, what size are the screws in the hex hub adapters? I have stripped the head of one by using a less than perfect driver.

http://www.reflexracing.net/RSD-DCJ-...ir_p_1125.html
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I believe they are M1.5, I am looking for viable spares.
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Default RX4 Chassis now in stock!

All the chassis are now in stock, all pre-orders will start shipping tomorrow and ship out by Friday.

If you have been waiting on ordering one, you better hurry up, we only have a few left out of the first batch. :\

On another note, our lowered, captured lay shafts holders will arrive in about 2 weeks. They will be anodized in Orange.

Also in that same production batch, we will have a re-stock of the asphalt springs, (which will replace the Purple Spring with an in between rate that will lie between the silver/green and red), the 4 Hole Pistons in every flavor and a new carpet spring rate, softer than the black.

This week we are also starting the development of some 12th scale option parts. We will focus on general use items at first, which will include high quality springs, (side, center, front) hardware and bearings.
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Any chance of lowered shock tower designs for some tc's????
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Which ones?
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Originally Posted by CristianTabush View Post
Which ones?
In particular would be the spec r.
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Originally Posted by CristianTabush View Post
On another note, our lowered, captured lay shafts holders will arrive in about 2 weeks. They will be anodized in Orange.
Are those going to be add-on parts like the CSO or APlus, that hold the layshaft into the stock bulkhead? Or will they be entirely new layshaft bulkheads?

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Entirely new layshaft bulkheads.
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Wohoo......12th scale springs and goodies sound awesome! If they are anywhere near as good as the TC stuff guys will be happy!

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Originally Posted by EAMotorsports View Post
Wohoo......12th scale springs and goodies sound awesome! If they are anywhere near as good as the TC stuff guys will be happy!

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please make some longer front springs too for 1/10th wgt + oval!
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EA, thanks for the props.

Mike, I am not familiar with 10th scale much, are you referring essentially to the side springs which are used for the front as well?
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Originally Posted by CristianTabush View Post
EA, thanks for the props.

Mike, I am not familiar with 10th scale much, are you referring essentially to the side springs which are used for the front as well?
Front springs are different than side springs due to diameter. If recommend you take a look at the KSG front springs--- probably the best for 1/10th today.
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