HPI TC-D

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Slideway
Rally Style Drifting
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Drift Chassis: OD TC-D 1.85, Active Hobby FR Conv 2.4
Location: Atsugi, Japan

HPI TC-D

Postby Slideway » Sat Apr 03, 2010 4:58 am

Finally found some parts to mod my TC-D for CS. I had the kit for a while but couldn't find the right belt length to fit the different size pullies. So i figured out ways to make custom belt tensioners from spare yokomo parts. Will test it next week after I install the Slyder 6.5.

Make: HPI Racing
Model: TC-D

Date: 4/3/10
Track surface: carpet
Tire: Kazama RS-02
Motor & ESC: Slyder 6.5 (need to install)

Front

Camber: -12
Toe: 0
Kick up: 3
Caster hubs: 4
Ride height: 4
Springs: soft
Bumper weight: 0
Trailing Steering Block:
Sway-Bar: none
Shock Oil: Yokomo 500
Other:

Rear

Camber: -6
Toe: 2
Kick up: 0
Ride height: 5
Springs: soft
Sway-Bar: none
Shock Oil: Yokomo 300
Other:

Drive Train

Gearing: 1.88%
Front: stock 39T ball diff
Center: F= Speedway Pal 13T/ R= Speedway Pal 20T pullies
Rear: TA05 32T
Spur: 121T
Pinion: 31T
Other: stock TC-D belts (72+ 169) w/custom belt tensioners F+R



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Here it is next to my Drift Master
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"It ain't the right way unless it's SIDEWAYS!"

Daryl - skinny d
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Re: HPI TC-D

Postby Daryl - skinny d » Sun Apr 04, 2010 3:29 am

Great lock ! :up:


Beautiful looking chassis too :D
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Slideway
Rally Style Drifting
Rally Style Drifting
Posts: 71
Joined: Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:59 pm
Drift Chassis: OD TC-D 1.85, Active Hobby FR Conv 2.4
Location: Atsugi, Japan

Re: HPI TC-D

Postby Slideway » Sun Apr 04, 2010 6:09 pm

Thanks man. the TC-D's steering actually came parallel already. I just needed to shave the inner steering arms and the C-hubs just a little bit to get increased in angle you see above. It's maxed out, the CVDs wouldn't turn any further heh.
"It ain't the right way unless it's SIDEWAYS!"

Fla2h
Still Turns In
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Posts: 109
Joined: Mon May 03, 2010 7:09 am
Drift Chassis: Hpi Pro-D, hpi sprint 2, yokomo MR-4tc BDM
Location: Finland

Re: HPI TC-D

Postby Fla2h » Thu May 13, 2010 10:26 am

Very cool man!!! I like the car but its still a bit too expensive to me.
Im going to buy it if i can get job.
Do u have videos??? |O| |O| |O| |O| |O| |O| |O| |O| |O|
Dori or Die!

Slideway
Rally Style Drifting
Rally Style Drifting
Posts: 71
Joined: Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:59 pm
Drift Chassis: OD TC-D 1.85, Active Hobby FR Conv 2.4
Location: Atsugi, Japan

Re: HPI TC-D

Postby Slideway » Fri May 28, 2010 6:13 pm

naw, no videos but it's a great CS chassis. The balanced weight really helps for drift transitions. I can get this kit for you guys $550 shipped to the states.
"It ain't the right way unless it's SIDEWAYS!"


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