Monday , 19 April 2021

Team Associated RC10B6.3 / RC10B6.3D Team Kits | CompetitionX

Team Associated RC10B6.3 / RC10B6.3D Team Kits | CompetitionX

Team Associated has updated their 2WD with a .3 treatment, adding some new features to both their carpet and dirt edition rides. Here’s a quick look at what’s been updated:

B6.3 and B6.3D New Features
• New wide pivot rear aluminum arm mounts for use with 73mm arms and 69mm CVA bones to give more predictable rear traction and an easy-to-drive rear-end feel
• New servo mounting system with aluminum chassis mounts and molded brace is much easier to assemble and has an integrated transponder mount
• New molded front and rear tower covers protect the edges of the carbon fiber from damage, and keeps from damaging the track surface
• Octalock spur gear and 11mm Octalock LCF pads using the heavier RC10B74.1 slipper spring for maximum consistency and higher torque capacity
• Tie-rod battery brace parts and hardware included in kit for tuning additional chassis flex
• Molded wire clips included for motor and ESC wires to keep your wiring organized

B6.3 Updated Features
• Updated carbon fiber front and rear shock towers with fine hole spacing adjustment
• +3mm extended chassis length for additional stability and reduced weight transfer in high-traction conditions
• Updated chassis and side rails for use with new direct-to-chassis servo mount giving a more direct steering feel and predictable chassis flex going into and out of corners
• Updated top plate that keys to a new steering bellcrank brace for increased durability
• Updated rear wing mounts for more durability and less bending
• Set screw and flanged nut rear bottom shock mounting hardware for quick and easy shock removal
• +1 carbon fiber steering arms
• Black steel M4 low profile (LP) serrated wheel nuts

B6.3D Updated Features
• Updated carbon fiber front and rear shock towers with finer hole spacing adjustment
• Updated standard-length chassis and side rails for use with new direct-to-chassis servo mount that gives a more direct steering feel and predictable chassis twist going into and out of corners
• Updated top plate that keys to a new steering bellcrank brace for increased durability
• Updated rear wing mounts for more durability and less bending
• Set screw and flanged nut rear bottom shock mounting hardware for quick-and-easy shock removal
• +1 carbon fiber steering arms
• Black steel M4 low profile (LP) serrated wheel nuts

What We Like:
The A-Team does constant revisions to a line prior to dropping a whole new car – thus the reason you see a .2, .3 and so on. This not only allows the company to keep their cars up to date, it also allows owners of a previous generation to update to the newest version (ie, a B6.2 can be updated to a B6.3 – in most cases).

What We’re Not Sure About:
Updating a car typically pisses off those that just purchased a new car, ie, someone just bought a B6.2 and the B6.3 drops. There is a strategy to doing this for the company – any hint of a new car completely KILLS previous car sales – so it is good that cars can be upgraded to the current version.

90029 Team Associated RC10B6.3 Team Kit
90030 Team Associated RC10B6.3D Team Kit

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