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Old 01-06-2005, 08:30 PM   #1
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Default Life in the old dog yet ( TC3, with pics)

Pics should tell most of the story.
What you can't see though, are things like Irs outdrives up front, with Pin cushions, Lightened steel outdrives in the back, with Big Dawg shafts.
I am prefering this over my TC4.
it is quicker by about .2 of a second a lap.
BUT, I might add, that is because it suits me.
Personal taste I guess !!
Let me know what you think.



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hehe, ur not the only one with that idea....
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And another...
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Ive been running the TC-4 stuff on it for about the whole indoor season. Works great, i like the vertical ball stud on the front especialy, i have it up a little higher then the stock TC3 tower was.
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nice!!

I prefer the new style rack, even though I had been running an alloy one previously.
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I dont like the new rack actualy. The old one works fine if u use the bushings and keep it clean.

Bearings make no sence in the old rack because the rack is pushing the same direction on both sides of the bearing. I dont get it.
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how much difference does it make running the TC4 stuff. The only parts i would be willing to add are the shock towers, cause well take a look, i kinda spent a bit of money on mine and i dont really wanna get rid of the parts i had to work hard for lol

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Sure you have enough blue on there PaZ?
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lol not yet, i need the Blue BMI conversion, blue RPM ball cups, blue shock caps, blue motor mount, blue servo mounts, ally f+r body posts by togee or summin like that lol, wanted ally diff cases but there crummy and dont work properly
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lol not yet, i need the Blue BMI conversion, blue RPM ball cups, blue shock caps, blue motor mount, blue servo mounts, ally f+r body posts by togee or summin like that lol, wanted ally diff cases but there crummy and dont work properly
Ahh you mean Tobee....I actually know somebody selling a Blue BMI with blue diffcases and RPM ballcups....
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Ahh you mean Tobee....I actually know somebody selling a Blue BMI with blue diffcases and RPM ballcups....
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oooo really id like the BMI and ball cups but i dunno bout the diff cases all i heard of people who had them was bad things
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oooo really id like the BMI and ball cups but i dunno bout the diff cases all i heard of people who had them was bad things
Yes, the blue diffcases seem to be too loose on the bearings and they rattle about. I just spoke to him and he has sold it over the weekend to a local racer, sorry!
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ahh ok, ill ave to try and get one direct from BMI
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lol not yet, i need the Blue BMI conversion, blue RPM ball cups, blue shock caps, blue motor mount, blue servo mounts, ally f+r body posts by togee or summin like that lol, wanted ally diff cases but there crummy and dont work properly
You forgot the blue LRP Phaser RX
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