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Old 03-16-2005, 04:01 PM   #6706
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usually the post office tells me 4-10 days to canada.
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Old 03-16-2005, 04:11 PM   #6707
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usually the post office tells me 4-10 days to canada.
well i orded mine of friday, so it looks like it won't be long now
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Old 03-17-2005, 07:59 PM   #6708
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its on its way buddy
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Old 03-17-2005, 11:38 PM   #6709
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And those 125$ does not include shipping, I suppose?

What would it cost, shipped to Sweden?
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Old 03-18-2005, 04:09 AM   #6710
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i am not really sure.it would probably be between 20-30 dollars.
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Old 03-18-2005, 06:37 AM   #6711
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the TC4 chassis kit is $125.00 and is in stock.


Jason,

I have a couple of questions. Can you gimme a call when you have a chance. I PM'd you my number just in case if it is lost in the mix.

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Old 03-19-2005, 09:06 PM   #6712
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BMI dudes. Does the tc4 kit use the stock location servo holes in relation to the drive shaft just wondering if it was moved in so you have to cut the servo ear off? the pic i have of a car you cant tell.
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Old 03-20-2005, 11:46 AM   #6713
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Just got my tc4 kit!.Great craftsmanship!.Just have a couple of questions.What are the two holes in the middle of the upperdeck for?.Someone mentioned that the steering rack has to be shimmed,what do you mean?.What is a good setup for asphalt,med bite,rubber tires,stock.Should i use the stock chassis setup?.Any help would be greatly appreciated



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Old 03-20-2005, 06:57 PM   #6714
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Just got my tc4 kit!.Great craftsmanship!.Just have a couple of questions.What are the two holes in the middle of the upperdeck for?.Someone mentioned that the steering rack has to be shimmed,what do you mean?.What is a good setup for asphalt,med bite,rubber tires,stock.Should i use the stock chassis setup?.Any help would be greatly appreciated



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I don't have any setup info for ya, but I think that the 2 holes are for a optional chassis brace. Like the one for the TC3 kit.

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Old 03-20-2005, 07:17 PM   #6715
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Jason,

Just wanted to let you know that we just finished our 7 week point series races at RcScrewZ speedway and my BMI TC3 took 3rd overall. The car is coming along very well. It was unbelievably fast today. Most people can't believe it is a TC3. I usually hear the question, "is that an x-ray" when people see it running around the track.

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Old 03-20-2005, 08:34 PM   #6716
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Talking Hey ALL !!

Put the BMI X-ray in A-19t main with TQ !! and The Win !! WHOO HOO !!! the car really ran good all day and and only got better by the main ... I hope everyone else out there had as much fun as I do repersenting for BMI !!!!
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Old 03-20-2005, 08:47 PM   #6717
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Put the BMI X-ray in A-19t main with TQ !! and The Win !! WHOO HOO !!! the car really ran good all day and and only got better by the main ... I hope everyone else out there had as much fun as I do repersenting for BMI !!!!
Your just lucky that damn tire came unglued suka!!!!!
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Old 03-20-2005, 09:47 PM   #6718
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Your just lucky that damn tire came unglued suka!!!!!
LUCKY ???? or was it a set up !!!! hmmmmm... nice running Howie ..YOU missed it by that much ... !!!!


HEY JASON !!!whats up with the goodie bag ???? you know I need my fix !!
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Old 03-21-2005, 05:22 AM   #6719
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Hi guys just wondering if some could give me some info on the best way to adjust the battery slots on my BMItc3 to seat 3300's properly. Mine dont sit good in the chassis at all and when i tighten the battery brace down I think it is tweeking the car? At the moment I even tried taping them in to bypass this problem. Also I'm still having problems with rear traction on this car , for anybody who remembers my posts about this problem about a month ago I have tried all your suggestions with still no real cure for the problem and it's starting to become a real bummer. I'm still running rubbers, sorex32 c med inserts now seem to be the best tyre combo so far on med to high bite ashpalt, I continue to spin the rear around on corners and for the life of me ant work out whats wrong . I've tried all forms of tyres, shock angles, springs, camber,etc. The frt is good now but the rear is too unpredictable any further help or suggestions would be great!
PS. My home track is the England Park track,Brendale Queensland Australia venue for the 2006 nitro worlds, just to let you know!
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hI Jason thanks for repling my setup is currently as follows :
Caster; frt 4*, kickup 0*, rear kickup 2*.
Rear shock tower on frt running middle hole on tower , outside on arm. rear shock tower rear outside hole on tower and arms.
Shocks ; frt 40wt , rear 40wt,
frt spring gold, rear silver, tried green felt not great difference.
rear toe 3*, frt 0*
Camber 1.5 frt & rear
Camberlinks upper inner, upper outer on rear hubs.
Tyres tried sorex 28 B med , 32 C med , 36 takeoffmeds.
Motors; reedy 19 turn , trinity d3.5 11*3, Revolution 10*1.
Body Mazda 6
Droop Assoc. gauge; frt 6 , tried 7, rear 4 , tried 5.
Think that's about it ! Car seems to be tweeked but comes up pretty good when checked and only requires very minimal adjusted to the preload.
What I have noticed that I wanted to ask u about was , when tightening the top deck down I have noticed, after doing the chassis posts on the corners, and then doing the gearbox housing support posts up that they seem to be shorter than the corner posts there by pulling the upper deck down in nthe middle by maybe up to 1mm on 1 post. I have measured the posts up and they seem to be a touch over 11mm, maybe 11.1,11.2mm.
It seems to be mainly one corner that is maybe 10.9!!!!mm, on the gearbox posts. What do u think? What measurement should they be ? This is not a new car but close!! Thanks for any advice , Sorry I didn't reply sooner
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Do the battery slots on the TC4 chassis come beveled ?
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