Wednesday , 21 August 2019

RC Build Blog – Team Associated B6D Build

Team Associated RC10B6D Build – Part 6 – Turnbuckles and Shock Towers

Team Associated RC10B6D Build - Part 6 - Turnbuckles and Shock Towers

The Build – Part 6 The Team Associated B6D has been upgraded to carbon fiber status, giving us both front and rear woven shock towers. These really look great and certainly give the buggy a …

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Team Associated RC10B6D Build – Part 7 – Shocks

Team Associated RC10B6D Build - Part 7 - Shocks

The Build – Part 7 The V2 12mm Big Bore shocks are used on the Team Associated B6D. These have always been some of my favorite shocks both in build and smooth operation. Time to …

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Team Associated RC10B6D Build – Part 5 – Rear Suspension Pt2

Team Associated RC10B6D Build - Part 5 - Rear Suspension Pt2

The Build – Part 5 Part 2 of the Team Associated B6D rear suspension build has us attaching the gearbox and assembling the rear hubs. The rear hubs still use inserts to control rear toe …

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Team Associated RC10B6D Build – Part 8 – Electronics

Team Associated RC10B6D Build - Part 8 - Electronics

The Build – Part 8 The final part of our Team Associated B6D build is installing the electronics. The B6D doesn’t have a sectioned chassis area anymore, so installing the ESC and receiver is much …

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Team Associated RC10B6D Build – Part 4 – Gearbox

Team Associated RC10B6D Build - Part 4 - Gearbox

The Build – Part 4 The Team Associated B6D uses a 3-gear, laydown transmission. AE’s fantastic ball diff is included as is a lightweight motor plate, aluminum top shaft and their Factory Team V2 slipper …

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Team Associated RC10B6D Build – Part 3 – Rear Suspension Pt1

The Build – Part 3 The rear suspension on the Team Associated B6D is similar to the B5M with, of course, a few changes. This is Part 1 of the rear suspension; we have to …

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Team Associated RC10B6D Build – Part 2 – Front Suspension

Team Associated RC10B6D Build - Part 2 - Front Suspension

The Build – Part 2 The Team Associated B6D has gone away from the gullwing front arms and now uses a flat-arm design. It still retains the caster block inserts, but replaced the axle-height shims …

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Team Associated RC10B6D Build – Part 1 – Steering and Servo

Team Associated B6D Build - Part 1 - Steering and Servo

The Build – Part 1 The Team Associated B6D uses a standard dual-bellcrank steering system that rolls on high-quality bearings. A few refinements have been made to make it easier to build and smoother on …

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