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  • About ChuckTee
    I'm from sunny San Jose California. I am 36 years young and a Cancer survivor!! I am a pro TV watcher as well.
    San Jose, California
    Traditional Hot Rods, Baseball
    Professional TV Watcher( disabled)
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    Tekno SCT410-BCE 014 V2 T1 chassis-RX8G2-Tekin Pro4HD 4300kv
    NorCal Hobbies
    NitroHouse racing www.nitrohouse.com


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  • Last Activity: 06-26-2014 01:56 PM
  • Join Date: 07-24-2013
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  1. fq06
    11-15-2013 05:55 PM - permalink
    First BCE I've run but I have known others that have ran them on 1/8 buggies and everyone has said it was an improvement on stock. BCE is good at what they do for sure.
  2. fq06
    11-15-2013 05:37 PM - permalink
    Haven't changed much other than spring preload to get it back to 26/25. Must be lighter because I was at 27+ without any change in spring preload.
    Put the rear brace in (was out) and liked it better, put the center in too and lost some flex and traction... took it out and left the rear in.
    Had the rear shocks laid all the way down on the tower and arm and now in the 3rd hole on the tower... one up from laid down.

    It really transformed the truck, I liked it, it was more responsive than my mugen SCT... but the mugen's rear end was more locked in. The BCE got me to how I want the truck to handle, less twitchy and the rear end isn't as loose.

    IMO, the best thing you can do to the truck to improve handling. Liked the truck, now I love the truck

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