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Old 04-20-2017, 09:02 AM   #346
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Mine is almost done.
I'm going to run for the first time at 360 raceway tonight.




I also found few fitting issue on the front suspension, somebody needs to make that ball outta Aluminium IMO. until then I filed them down then polished them. moving well now.

Few tips I can share while I'm doing that is, I pulled out my old trick to popped the balls in and out easily without damage them. as shown above

Also, even though it shared same part # there is 2 different part as shown bottom of the pic

And that manual!!

Question: how do you achieve 3.8mm RH in the rear? mine seating at 4.2 with -1mm Rear ball bearing housing. maybe because of the brand new tire?

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In these type of designs I just use a rat-tail( circular) file and slightly open each hole on the a-arms until the ball and cup can literally just slide in. That frees the ball up. Then I just glue the cup to the arms and put the oring on just for added security although not necessary.

When you need to change them out just use a little debonder on them to remove the ca.
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Old 04-21-2017, 06:04 AM   #347
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What's a better battery choice for The F6? LP 3900, 3600 or should I look at the standard size shorty 4400 and up? I'm looking to get some fresh packs for this car.
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Old 04-21-2017, 09:40 AM   #348
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Old 04-21-2017, 04:41 PM   #349
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Does the car require low profile shorties or regular ones like we use in the b6/b64?
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Does the car require low profile shorties or regular ones like we use in the b6/b64?
Regular one is fine.
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Motor/esc ordered today. Went with the Reedy 25.5 system.
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In these type of designs I just use a rat-tail( circular) file and slightly open each hole on the a-arms until the ball and cup can literally just slide in. That frees the ball up. Then I just glue the cup to the arms and put the oring on just for added security although not necessary.

When you need to change them out just use a little debonder on them to remove the ca.
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On your ride ht .? The axle inserts that came in the kit should lower your ride height to the setting you need. If its not exactly the same amount just try it and adjust higher or lower depending on what you need from you're testing
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On your ride ht .? The axle inserts that came in the kit should lower your ride height to the setting you need. If its not exactly the same amount just try it and adjust higher or lower depending on what you need from you're testing
I think you meant this for J Lee.
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Early release photos showed the aluminum pieces different shades of blue. Curious if all the blue pieces are the same color and not a shade off? It's like AE blue to JConcepts blue if that makes sense
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We just received RC10F6 spare and hopup parts.

https://www.tqrcracing.com/shop/prod...keyword=RC10F6

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What length sensor wire are we using assuming recommended location? Also is there a kit for the forward servo setup? Parts seem pricey when you get them seperatly.
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Pic of mi F6, took it to the track yesterday I must say a lot of guys liked the way it Handel! Just need to adjust ride height in the front,need help on that one.
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Early release photos showed the aluminum pieces different shades of blue. Curious if all the blue pieces are the same color and not a shade off? It's like AE blue to JConcepts blue if that makes sense
All same color. Just a guess but could have the early photos been CGI. I've learned that is used far more then I ever thought.

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