Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Tekno RC EB410 1/10th Scale 4WD Competition Electric buggy kit.
We are always working on new projects, so please REGULARLY check our website
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Take your time! When you work your way through these building instructions, keep an eye out
for the following important indicators below:
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RED TEXT - This indicates important areas of the build process that should be observed.
Thread
Lock
Thread Lock icons
Thread lock is always used when a screw is inserted into any metal part. (Included with kit)
Grease
Grease icons
Grease is usually used on areas with movement and for sealing. (Included with kit)
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Additional equipment and parts needed:
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2 Channel radio and receiver
1/10th scale ESC and motor system
Low profile or standard size high torque steering servo (at least 150 oz/in)
* Running less than the recommended rating will increase the chance of premature servo failure.
2S (2 cell, 7.4v) shorty LiPo battery
Paint for body
1/10th scale 4x4 buggy wheels & tires, CA glue (or premounts)
48 pitch pinion 15 tooth - 30 tooth
Tools needed:
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Hex drivers 1.5mm (TKR1104), 2.0mm (TKR1105), 2.5mm (TKR1106)
Nut drivers 5.5mm (TKR1108), 7.0mm (TKR1109)
Hobby knife
Needle-nose pliers
Shock tool (TKR1115) OR adjustable (Crescent) wrench (for shock assembly)
4mm turnbuckle wrench (TKR1103)
5.5/7.0 two sided wrench (TKR1119)
Disclaimer: Tekno RC is not responsible or liable for any property or personal damage, loss, or injury incurred as a
result of using this product. This kit is meant for use by persons 14 years of age or older and in the strict confines of
a legally permitted RC track or facility.
Warnings: Always double-check that your radio gear is working properly before operating vehicle. Never operate the
vehicle indoors (unless the RC track is an indoor facility). Use caution while operating vehicle so as not to collide with
people who may be turn marshalling or who might otherwise not be aware that a fast moving RC vehicle is in the vicinity.
Warranty: We warrant that the parts included in this kit are free from defects. If you find a defective part in your kit,
please contact us @ info@teknorc.com and we will help you to resolve the issue. We do not warranty parts that may be
broken during operation of the vehicle or otherwise. Refer to the end of this instruction manual for a listing of
spare/replacement and option parts. All spare parts and other info are available on our website (www.teknorc.com)
and through our network of domestic and international dealers and distributors.
Bag A
TKR6514
Center Differential
(overview)
TKR5144
TKR6550
TKR6511
TKR6514
TKR6515
TKR6514
TKR6513X
TKR6550
TKR6517
TKR6514
TKR1303 x4
Note: Gears will feel a bit tight at first. Please
run 3-4 packs on the track for break-in
before evaluating the internal gear mesh.
Once broken in, it is advised to rebuild each diff
with fresh oil. Once complete, the diffs will be
smooth and race ready.
TKR6522
*TKR6670
(Option)
Step
A-1
Step
A-2
TKR6550
TKR6550
TKR6517
TKR6514
TKR6513X
TKR5144
Grease
Note: Apply grease to the
groove where the o-ring is
placed as well as the o-ring itself.
Grease
TKR6514
Note: Apply grease to the
groove in the outdrive.
Step
A-4
TKR6522
*TKR6670
(Option)
Step
A-3
Grease
TKR1303 x4
Note: These screws
only need to be snug.
Do not over-tighten
or the internal gears
will bind up.
ff
Di il
O
x4
TKR1303
M2.5x10mm Flat Head Screw
TKR5144
Fill Level
Grease
x2
TKR6517
TKR5144
Differential 0-rings
TKR6515
x2
TKR6517
Differential Shims (5x14mm)
Fill with #15,000 oil to
1mm below full
DO NOT OVER FILL
3
Bag B
TKR6514
Front and Rear Differential
(overview)
TKR5144
TKR6550
TKR6511
TKR6514
TKR6515
TKR6514
TKR6513X
TKR6550
TKR6517
Note: Gears will feel a bit tight at first. Please
run 3-4 packs on the track for break-in
before evaluating the internal gear mesh.
Once broken in, it is advised to rebuild each diff
with fresh oil. Once complete, the diffs will be
smooth and race ready.
TKR6512
TKR1303 x4
TKR6514
TKR6550
Step
B-1
Repeat for rear diff
Step
B-2
TKR6514
TKR6550
Repeat for rear diff
TKR6517
TKR5144
TKR6513X
Grease
Note: Apply grease to the
groove where the o-ring is
placed as well as the o-ring itself.
Grease
TKR6514
Note: Apply grease to the
groove in the outdrive.
Step
B-4
Repeat for rear diff
Grease
TKR1303 x4
Step
B-3
Repeat for rear diff
TKR6512
ff
Di il
O
TKR5144
x8
TKR1303
M2.5x10mm Flat Head Screw
Fill Level
Grease
TKR6517
x4
TKR5144
Differential 0-rings
TKR6515
x4
TKR6517
Differential Shims (5x14mm)
Fill FRONT with #15,000 oil
Fill REAR with #7,000 oil
to 1mm below full
DO NOT OVER FILL
4
Bag C
Steering Assembly
(overview)
TKR6627
TKR6627
TKR6526
TKRBB040725
TKR6526
TKR6207
TKRBB040725
TKR6208
TKR6526
TKRBB040725
TKR1221
TKR1402
TKRBB040725
TKR1402
Step
C-1
TKR6207
TKR1221
TKR6208
TKR6526
TKR6208
TKR1221
TKR6627
Step
C-2
x8
TKR6526
TKR6627
TKR1221
M3x8mm Washer
TKRBB040725
TKR6526
x2
TKR1402
M3x8mm Button Head Screw
x1
TKRBB040725
TKR6207
M3x6mm Ball Stud
TKRBB040725
x2
TKR6208
M3x8mm Ball Stud
TKRBB040725
x4
TKRBB040725
Ball Bearing (4x7x2.5)
Thread
Lock
TKR1402
Note: These screws
only needs to be
snug. Do not
overtighten.
5
Bag C
(assembly from previous page)
TKRBB10154
Front Bulkhead Assembly
(overview)
TKR1402
TKR1602
TKR6597
TKRBB05114
TKRBB05114
TKR6551
TKRBB10154
TKR6547
TKR1301
Step
C-3
Step
C-4
TKR1602
Thread
Lock
TKRBB040725
TKR6629
Note: Use a
5.5mm nut
driver to install
steering posts.
TKR6597
TKRBB05114
TKRBB040725
TKR6519
TKRBB05114
TKR6551
x2
TKR1301
M2.5x6mm Flat Head Screw
x4
TKR1402
M3x8mm Button Head Screw
TKRBB10154
Step
C-5
Note: Screw the TKR1402’s all the
way down, then back off 1/4 turn.
TKR6519
TKR1402
x1
TKR1602
M4x4mm Set Screw
Grease
TKR1402
x4
Step
C-6
TKRBB040725
Ball Bearing (4x7x2.5)
x2
TKRBB05114
Ball Bearing (5x11x4)
TKRBB10154
TKR6547
x2
TKRBB10154
Ball Bearing (10x15x4)
TKR1301
6
Bag D
TKR1403
TKR6208
Rear Bulkhead/
TKR1201
Wing Mount
Assembly
TKR1602
(overview)
TKR6665
TKR6581
*TKR6582C
*TKR6582XC
(Option)
TKR6538
TKR6519
TKR6597
TKRBB10154
TKR1405
TKR6551
TKR6546
TKRBB05114
TKR6547
TKR1402
4pcs
TKR1301
Step
D-1
Thread
Lock
TKR1403
TKR6597
TKR1602
TKR1411
TKR6208
Step
D-2
TKRBB05114
TKR6551
Thread
Lock
TKR1403
x2
TKR1201
M3 Locknut Black
TKR6665
*TKR6665A
(Option)
TKR6519
TKRBB05114
x2
TKR1301
M2.5x6mm Flat Head Screw
Note: Screw the TKR1402’s
all the way down, then back off 1/4 turn.
Step
D-3
x4
TKR1402
TKRBB10154
TKR1402
M3x8mm Button Head Screw
TKR6519
x4
Step
D-4
Grease
TKR1403
M3x10mm Button Head Screw
TKR6546
x2
TKR1402
TKR1405
M3x14mm Button Head Screw
TKR6546
x2
TKR1411
M3x25mm Button Head Screw
TKR1405
TKRBB10154
x1
TKR1602
M4x4mm Set Screw
x2
Step
D-5
CA
e
Glu
TKR6208
M3x8mm Ball Stud
Build Tip: Apply a bit of
CA glue to help keep
these nuts in place during
maintenance and rebuilds.
TKR6581
*TKR6582C
*TKR6582XC
(Option)
Step
D-6
TKR6538
x2
TKRBB05114
Ball Bearing (5x11x4)
TKR6547
TKR1201
x2
TKRBB10154
Ball Bearing (10x15x4)
TKR1411
TKR1403
TKR1301
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Bag E
Rear End
Assembly
TKR6610 - 1.7mm
Below options sold separately.
*TKR6610 - 1.5mm
*TKR6610 - 1.6mm
*TKR6610- 1.8mm
*TKR6610- 1.9mm
(Option)
Step
E-1
TKR6547
TKR1601
Note: Do not over-tighten.
(”C” Block)
Step
E-2
Stock Position
Note: With these center dot
inserts, Anti-Squat = 2°
TKR6544
TKR1405
TKR1463
TKR6542
*TKR6542B
(Option)
TKR6544
TKR1601
Thread
Lock
TKR6547
TKR1463
TKR6253
TKR1601
TKR6555
TKR6206
(”D” Block)
Step
E-3
Stock Position
Note: With these center dot
inserts, Rear Toe = 1.5°
TKR6543
*TKR6543B
(Option)
x4
TKR1405
TKR1405
M3x14mm Button Head Screw
TKR6544
x2
TKR1463
M2.5x6mm Button Head Screw
TKR1611
Note: Refer to page
26 for setting droop.
x5
TKR1601
M3x4mm Set Screw
TKR6544
TKR6523
x2
TKR1611
M4x8mm Set Screw
x2
TKR6206
M3x6mm Ball Stud
Wheelbase Shims
front
TKR6524
1
large shim
goes towards
small .5mm
the front
large 1mm
rear
.5
TKR6544
8
Bag F
Rear Hub/CVA Assembly
TKR6856
Grease
TKR6270R
TKR6545
TKR6572
Step
F-1
TKR1609
Note: This screw
only needs to be
snug. Do not
over-tighten.
TKR6856
Thread
Lock
TKRBB10154
TKRBB06124
Rear Hub Orientation
TKR1229
Front
Left
Right
TKR5571M
*TKR5571A
*TKR5571
*TKR1654X (+1mm)
*TKR1654 (+1mm)
(Option)
Rear
Step
F-2
x2
TKR1229
6x10x0.2mm Shim
x2
TKR1400
M3x4mm Button Head Screw
x2
TKR1601
M3x4mm Set Screw
x2
TKR1609
M3x3mm Set Screw
x2
TKRBB06124
Ball Bearing (6x12x4)
x2
TKRBB10154
Ball Bearing (10x15x4)
TKR6566
TKR1601
Note: These screws
only needs to be snug.
Do not over-tighten.
TKR1400
Note: These screws
only needs to be snug.
Do not over-tighten.
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Bag F
Rear Camber Links
TKR6253
Left/Right x 2pcs
Build Tip: Use some grease or Chapstick
on the threads to help prevent “pop-off” when
adjustments are being made.
Step
F-3
Step
F-4
TKR6250
Build Note: Hold the turnbuckle stationary
with pliers and push the rod end hard onto the
turnbuckle while turning at the same time.
Keep in mind that one end of the turnbuckle has
normal threads and the other has reverse threads.
Start the rod end straight and it will thread on straight.
TKR6253
Actual Size
Note: Notch always
goes on left side of vehicle.
Note: Always press
on with T logo visible.
28.50
TKR6208
TKR1221
ABCD
1 2
x4
TKR1221
M3x8mm Washer
WASHERS
0
2
WASHERS
x2
TKR6208
M3x8mm Ball Stud
Stock position is 2/C
10
Bag G
Front End
Assembly
(”B” Block)
Stock Position
Note: With these stock settings,
Kick Up is: 10.5°
For reference: With center dot
inserts, Kick Up = 10°
Step
G-1
TKR6544
TKR6541
TKR6544
TKR1329
(”A” Block)
Step
G-2
Stock Position
TKR1405
Note: With these center dot
inserts, Arm Sweep = 0°
TKR6540
TKR6544
TKR6523
TKR1611
Note: Refer to page 26 for setting droop.
TKR6544
TKR6525
x2
TKR1329
M3x20mm Flat Head Screw
x2
TKR1405
M3x14mm Button Head Screw
x2
TKR1611
M4x8mm Set Screw
Wheelbase Shims
front
1
large shim
goes towards
small .5mm
the rear
large 1mm
rear
1
11
Bag H
DO NOT SKIP
THIS STEP!
Front Spindle/CVA Assembly
Step
H-1
TKR6856
Grease
TKR1221
Note: These are steering
stop screws. They provide
a mechanical limit to the
steering throw and make
the car easier to drive
by greatly improving the
consistency of the steering.
TKR1400
TKR6573F
TKR6574
TKR6553
TKR6856
TKR1609
Note: This screw
only needs to be
snug. Do not
over-tighten.
Thread
Lock
TKRBB10154
TKRBB06124
TKR1229
Step
H-2
TKR5571M
*TKR5571A
*TKR5571
*TKR1654X (+1mm)
*TKR1654 (+1mm)
(Option)
TKR6596
x4
TKR6552
TKR1221
M3x8mm Washer
x2
TKR1229
6x10x0.2mm Shim
TKR1601
Note: These screws
only need to be
snug. Do not
over-tighten.
x4
TKR6596
TKR1400
M3x4mm Button Head Screw
x5
TKR1601
M3x4mm Set Screw
Step
H-3
TKR6565
x7
TKR1609
M3x3mm Set Screw
TKR1400
Note:
These screws only
need to be snug.
Do not over-tighten.
x2
TKRBB06124
Ball Bearing (6x12x4)
x2
TKRBB10154
Ball Bearing (10x15x4)
TKR1601
Note:
These screws
only need to be
snug. Do not
over-tighten.
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Bag H
TKR6253
TKR6253
Steering Links
TKR6252
Build Tip: Use some grease or Chapstick
on the threads to help prevent “pop-off” when
adjustments are being made.
Build Note: Hold the turnbuckle stationary
with pliers and push the rod end hard onto the
turnbuckle while turning at the same time.
Keep in mind that one end of the turnbuckle has
normal threads and the other has reverse threads.
Start the rod end straight and it will thread on straight.
Step
H-4
TKR1601
Note: This screw is
included to keep the hole from
deforming. Install before TKR6208.
TKR6208
Right
TKR6252
Left
TKR6253
TKR6253
Note: Notch always
goes on left side of vehicle.
Actual Size
TKR6208
16.00
TKR1221
TKR1221
TKR6208
TKR6208
Step
H-5
TKR1221
TKR1601
Note: This screw is included
to keep the hole from deforming.
Install before TKR6208.
TKR1201
TKR1221
TKR1201
Step
H-6
Note: Always press
on with T logo visible.
x2
TKR1201
M3 Lock Nut Black
x4
TKR1221
M3x8mm Washer
x2
TKR1601
M3x4mm Set Screw
x4
TKR6208
M3x8mm Ball Stud
13
Bag H
TKR6253
TKR6253
Front Camber Links
TKR6252
Build Tip: Use some grease or Chapstick
on the threads to help prevent “pop-off” when
adjustments are being made.
Build Note: Hold the turnbuckle stationary
with pliers and push the rod end hard onto the
turnbuckle while turning at the same time.
Keep in mind that one end of the turnbuckle has
normal threads and the other has reverse threads.
Start the rod end straight and it will thread on straight.
Step
H-7
Right
TKR6252
Left
TKR6253
TKR6253
Note: Notch always
goes on left side of vehicle.
Left
Step
H-8
TKR6208
13.50
Right
Note: Always press
on with T logo visible.
TKR6208
TKR6664
Actual Size
TKR1201
Step
H-9
TKR6581
*TKR6581C
(Option)
TKR1405
TKR1403
Note: These screws
only needs to be
snug. Do not
over-tighten.
x2
TKR1201
M3 Lock Nut Black
AB
x2
TKR1403
M3x10mm Button Head Screw
WASHERS
x2
TKR1405
M3x14mm Button Head Screw
1
2
1
x2
TKR6208
M3x8mm Ball Stud
Stock position is 1/A
14
Bag I
Thread
Lock
Front/Center
Assembly
Step
I-1
TKR1401
TKR6546
TKR6501
TKR1322
TKR1323
Step
I-2
TKR6538
TKR6586
TKR1323
TKR6530
Step
I-3
TKR6634
x2
TKR1322
M3x8mm Flat Head Screw
x10
TKR1323
M3x10mm Flat Head Screw
x2
TKR1401
M3x6mm Button Head Screw
Thread
Lock
TKR1323
TKR1323
15
Bag I
TKR6634
Center/Rear
Assembly
TKR1402
TKR6634
Step
I-4
TKRBB10154
Thread
Lock
TKR6634
*TKR6635C
(Option)
TKRBB10154
TKR6600
Step
I-5
Step
I-6
Use with
No Riser
Use with
1mm Riser
Use with
2mm Riser
TKR1211
Same / Reversed
Note: Refer to
page 25 when
using the optional
bulkhead risers.
x1
TKR6538
TKR1409
TKR1211
M3 Lock Nut Flange Black
x8
TKR1323
M3x10mm Flat Head Screw
Step
I-7
TKR6599
x4
Note: Refer to
page 25 when
using the optional
bulkhead risers.
TKR1402
M3x8mm Button Head Screw
x1
TKR1409
M3x20mm Button Head Screw
x2
TKRBB101504
Ball Bearing(10x15x4mm)
TKR1323 x 8pcs
16
Bag J
Step
J-2
Front Shock
Assembly
Step
J-3
Thread
Lock
TKR1245
Step
J-1
Note: 1.7mm
piston with
writing up.
Refer to filling
instructions on
page 19 during
this step.
#
sho 500
ck o
il
TKR6705
*TKR6731
*TKR6732
(Option)
TKR6712
Step
J-4
TKR6712
*TKR6712A
(Option)
TKR6703
*TKR6703T
(Option)
TKR6707
#500
TKR6709
Note: Use green
slime or oil on
shock shaft
threads AND
O-rings to
prevent tearing
and leaking.
TKR6785
*TKR6783
*TKR6784
*TKR6786
*TKR6787
(Option)
TKR6712
TKR6710
TKR6701
23.00
TKR6548
TKR1604
TKR6719A
Note: Screw rod end on
until distance measures
23mm at full extension.
x4
TKR1211
M3 Lock Nut Flange Black
x2
TKR1240
M3x18mm Shock Mnt Screw
x2
TKR1245
M2x5mm Piston Screw
x2
TKR1248
M2x4mm Emulsion Screw
x2
TKR1604
M3x8mm Set Screw
Step
J-5
TKR1211
TKR6712
TKR6701
TKR6527
TKR1211
Note: Slot in spring
perch should face
outside of car.
TKR1240
Note: Black screw
is RH threaded.
It goes on the left
side of the car.
Silver screw is
LH threaded.
It goes on the right
side of the car.
Stock shock position is outside
hole on the arm and 2nd from
inside hole on the tower (2/B)
Stock front ride height is 18mm
Shock length (droop) is 78mm
17
Bag K
Step
K-2
Rear Shock
Assembly
Step
K-3
Thread
Lock
TKR1245
Step
K-1
TKR6712
Note: 1.8mm
piston with
writing up.
TKR6712
*TKR6712A
(Option)
TKR6704
*TKR6704T
(Option)
TKR6707
Note: Use green
slime or oil on
shock shaft
threads AND
O-rings to
prevent tearing
and leaking.
#500
TKR6709
Refer to filling
instructions on
page 19 during
this step.
#
sho 500
ck o
il
TKR6705
*TKR6731
*TKR6732
(Option)
Step
K-4
TKR6795
*TKR6793
*TKR6794
*TKR6796
*TKR6797
(Option)
TKR6712
TKR6711
TKR6701
28.00
TKR1604
TKR6548
TKR6719A
Note: Screw rod end on
until distance measures
28mm at full extension.
x4
TKR1211
M3 Lock Nut Flange Black
TKR6527
Step
K-5
TKR1211
x2
TKR1240
M3x18mm Shock Mnt Screw
x2
TKR1245
M2x5mm Piston Screw
x2
TKR1248
M2x4mm Emulsion Screw
x2
TKR1604
M3x8mm Set Screw
TKR6701
TKR1211
TKR6712
Note: Slot in spring
perch should face
outside of car.
TKR1240
Note: Black screw
is RH threaded.
It goes on the right
side of the car.
Silver screw is
LH threaded.
It goes on the left
side of the car.
Stock shock position is outside
hole on the arm and 2nd from
inside hole on the tower (2/B)
Stock rear ride height is 21mm
Shock length (droop) is 88mm
18
Shock Filling Instructions
For both front and rear shocks
We've found it's easiest to complete steps 1 & 2 on each shock before moving on to step 3.
By the time you've finished step 2 on the last shock, the first one will be ready for step 3.
Step 1. Insert all four larger o-rings into the emulsion caps (there may be a bit of flashing that
should be cleared around the bleeder hole as well) and set aside. Install the small o-rings onto the small
emulsion screws by placing the o-rings on a pit mat or towel and pressing the screws into the o-rings
(add 1 small drop of oil onto the seal to help make the screw slide in easier).
Step 2. Fill shock with oil all the way to the top and pump the shock shaft up and down 3-5 times.
Step 3. Screw on the cap all the way tight (shock tool TKR1115 is helpful for holding the shock body).
Be careful to not cross-thread the caps. Start by turning in the oposite direction before tightening.
Step 4. With the shock at about a 45° angle, push and hold the shock shaft to the top of the stroke and
insert the prepared emulsion screw/seal. Oil will leak out during this process. Tighten the screw until
snug (do not over-tighten). Wipe off excess oil before moving on to step 5.
Step 5. Pump the shock shaft up and down about 20 times vigorously. This emulsifies the oil.
Step 6. With the shock shaft fully extended, remove the emulsion screw from the cap to do the final bleed.
Step 7. With the shock at about a 45° angle, push and hold the shock shaft to the top and insert the
prepared emulsion screw/seal again. Oil will leak out during this process. Finish by tightening the screw
until snug (do not over-tighten).
Step
1
Step
2-3
Step
4
Step
5
Fill
Fill with oil,
oil,
Pump
Pump up and down
down
3-5 times,
Then screw on cap
Then
cap
Push shaft up
to bleed air out
Pump up
and down
30 times
20
Step
6-7
TKR6712
TKR6714
TKR1248
TKR6714
Prepare caps by
inserting seals
AND
Push smaller
screws into small
o-rings
Pull shaft down,
remove screw
THEN
THEN
Insert screw snug
(do not over-tighten)
Push shaft up to bleed air,
insert screw snug
(do not over-tighten)
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Bag L
TKR1403
Motor (not included)
Step
L-2
Final Assembly
TKR1221
Steering servo (not included)
Note: We recommend using a low
profile servo with at least 150 oz/in
torque and metal gears. Running less than
our recommended rating will increase
the chance of premature servo failure.
TKR1522
TKR6586
Step
L-1
TKR6539
Thread
Lock
For Low Profile servo
installation, see page 24.
Step
L-3
TKR1409
TKR1409
TKR1221
TKR1221
TKR6586
TKR6685
For Low Profile servo
installation, see page 24.
TKR1323
TKR1323
x6
TKR1523
Step
L-4
TKR1221
M3X8mm Washer
Thread
Lock
TKR1221
TKR1523
x2
TKR1221
TKR1321
M3x6mm Flat Head Screw
x6
TKR1323
M3x10mm Flat Head Screw
Pinion/Set screw
(not included)
x2
TKR1403
M3x10mm Button Head Screw
Thread
Lock
Note: MESH SHOULD BE AS TIGHT
AS POSSIBLE WITHOUT BINDING.
Note: Refer to page 27
for a recommended pinion
chart to best suit your motor.
Step
L-5
x2
TKR1409
M3x20mm Button Head Screw
x2
Mount ESC, receiver & transponder
during this step. (not included)
TKR1522
M3x8mm Cap Head Screw
x2
TKR1523
M3x10mm Cap Head Screw
TKR6586
TKR1321
Thread
Lock
Screws
(not included)
Fan (not included)
25mm and 30mm
fans compatible.
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Bag L
Final Assembly
Step
L-7
Actual Size
3.00
Step
L-6
TKR6526
*TKR6563A
(Option)
TKR6207
Note: Always press
on with T logo visible.
TKR6253
TKR5230
TKR6253
Step
L-8
TKR6685
TKR6586
TKR1323
TKR1323
TKR1601
Step
L-9
TKR5126
Cap Head Screw
(not included)
x3
TKR1323
M3x10mm Flat Head Screw
x1
TKR1601
M3x4mm Set Screw
x1
TKR5230
M3x18 Threaded Rod
Step
L-10
SERVO HORN ALIGNMENT
Note: Servo horn should be
positioned after trim and sub-trim
have been zero’d out. It should
be positioned about 4 degrees
off parallel from the steering
bellcranks.
Steering bellcranks should be
perfectly parallel from front to
rear of the chassis.
x1
TKR6207
M3x6mm Ball Stud
21
Bag M
Final Assembly
TKR6538
Step
M-1
TKR6634
*TKR6598C
(Option)
TKR1321
TKR1403
TKR1403
TKR1403
TKR1402
Thread
Lock
Step
M-2
x1
TKR1321
M3x6mm Flat Head Screw
TKR6634
*TKR6635C
(Option)
TKR5230
x2
TKR1402
M3x8mm Button Head Screw
x6
TKR1403
M3x10mm Button Head Screw
8mm
x1
TKR5230
M3x18 Threaded Rod
Bag N
Wing
TKR1323
TKR1323
Shim/Direction
3°
1.5°
0°
1.5°
3°
TKR6605
Note: Stock hole position
is in the rear of the wing.
Move the wing forward to
create less rear downforce
during high speed driving.
Total Wing Angle
DOWNFORCE OPTIONS
Step
N-1
TKR6546
Note: Stock downforce is 6°
Note: More downforce will give more rear traction
everywhere, will jump more nose up, have less
steering into a turn, and have slightly less top speed.
Less downforce will have less rear traction everywhere,
will jump more level or nose down, have more steering
into a turn, and have a slightly higher top speed.
x2
TKR1323
M3x10mm Flat Head Screw
22
Bag N
TKR6686
Body/Tires
TKR6686
Step
N-2
TKR6686
TKR6686
Thumb Screw Assembly
Step
N-3
TKR6280
TKR6586
*TKR6503C
(Option)
TKR5125
Wheels/Tires (not included)
BATTERY INSTALLATION
TKR6274
TKR6274
TKR6608
Step
N-4
Note: For hook and loop tape
placement. Look for indentations
on the side walls of the body.
x2
TKR1235
Body Clip
TKR1235
x4
TKR1235
TKR6274
Wheel Nut
23
Bag O
Step
O-2
Optional Low Profile
Servo Mounting
Step
O-1
TKR6526
*TKR6563A
(Option)
Note: Always press
on with T logo visible.
TKR6207
Step
O-3
TKR1409
TKR1409
TKR1221
TKR1221
TKR1403
Steering servo (not included)
Note: We recommend using
a low profile servo with at least
150 oz/in torque and metal
gears. Running less than our
recommended rating will
increase the chance of
premature servo failure.
TKR6586
TKR1221
TKR6586
Note: Shim only
required if servo
is hitting chassis.
TKR6586
Note: Shim only
required if servo
is hitting chassis.
TKR1323
Note: Only this angled link
can be installed both ways.
Step
O-4
x4
TKR1221
M3X8mm Washer
Cap Head Screw
(not included)
x3
TKR1323
M3x10mm Flat Head Screw
x2
TKR1403
M3x10mm Button Head Screw
x2
TKR1409
M3x20mm Button Head Screw
x1
TKR6207
M3x6mm Ball Stud
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Optional
Diff Shims/
Front Sway Bar
Diff Shim Options
Option A: NO RISER
(rough track)
Option B: 1mm RISER
(most tuning options)
Stock C and D Blocks
Stock C and D Blocks
(Higher Roll Center)
Option C: 2mm RISER
(smooth track)
OR
(TKR6542B)
Stock Camber Plate
TKR6547
Option Riser C and D Blocks
(Lower Roll Center)
(TKR6543B)
Stock Tower
Do not use
both together
TKR6547
Stock Tower
(Less Droop)
OR
OR
Option Carbon Tower
(Adds 2mm More Droop)
(TKR6582XC)
Option Carbon Tower
(Adds 1mm More Droop)
(TKR6582XC)
(TKR6542B)
Option Riser C and D Blocks
(Lower Roll Center)
(TKR6543B)
2mm Riser Camber Plate
(TKR6665A)
Option Carbon Tower
(Stock Droop)
(TKR6582XC)
Note: Reference page 16 for
complete building instructions.
TKR1323
Step
1
TKR1323
Note: Optional shock tower and riser C and D blocks are not included in the kit.
TKR6623 - Front Sway Bar Kit (not included)
Includes.
1.0mm
1.1mm
1.2mm
1.3mm
1.4mm
TKR6547
TKR1601
Note: Do not over-tighten.
Step
2
TKR6547
x2
TKR1409
M3x20mm Button Head Screw
TKR1463
TKR1601
x2
TKR1463
M2.5x6mm Button Head Screw
x3
TKR1601
M3x4mm Set Screw
TKR1463
TKR1601
TKR6555
TKR6253
TKR6548
Thread
Lock
TKR1409
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Set Up Information
The purpose of making adjustments is to make the car go faster around the track, or to make it more controllable, or both if possible. A car
that's easier to drive should produce lower, more consistent lap times. It will also inspire more confidence in the driver, which is always
good when nerves start getting the best of you.
Before you start thinking about changing your car's setup, consider these two things: First, is the car in perfect working order? Be sure
that all of the suspension components operate freely without excessive play, and that the car isn't tweaked. Binding and worn out parts
will result in poor performance and inconsistent handling. Second, always consider tires before making other adjustments. Time spent
trying to get the vehicle to work with the wrong tires mounted will be wasted time. Without the right tires, even a great setup won’t be a
winning setup.
Ride Height
Ride height is the distance from the bottom of the chassis to the running surface. Ride height should
only be checked and adjusted with your vehicle ready to run (i.e. with battery installed/body on). Ride
height is the first adjustment to be made and should be set with a ride height measurement tool. Measurements should be taken from the flat parts of the chassis, front and rear. Be sure to measure the
front ride height at a point before the kick up in the chassis starts. To measure ride height, first make
sure the suspension is completely free, then simultaneously compress the front and rear all the way
down and let the vehicle settle. Take your measurement from that position. Use the shock spring
adjustment collars to raise or lower the ride height to your desired setting. 18 - 20mm front and 21 23mm rear is a good starting point.
MEASUREMENT
Front Toe
OUT____IN
IN____OUT
Camber
CA
M
R
BE
Ackermann
Effect
LESS
Front toe is used to describe the angle in which the front wheels point when looking down at
them from the top of a vehicle. You will always use some amount of toe out. Toe-out will
affect how your vehicle enters and exits corners. More toe out will result in more off-power
steering and less on-power steering and less toe out will have the opposite results. To set your
front toe, have your vehicle at ride height (see above) and adjust the steering links until desired
angle is achieved. Please note that a large adjustment of front toe will affect front camber and
you may have to readjust the camber and then re-check front toe again. A good starting point
is approximately 1-2 degrees of toe out.
Static camber affects the car’s side to side traction. More negative camber front and rear quickens rotation in corners. Less negative camber will make the vehicle easier to drive but you may
give up some responsiveness (i.e. steering). To set your static camber have your vehicle at ride
height (see above) and adjust the camber links until desired angle is achieved. Please note that a
large adjustment of front camber will affect front toe and you may have to readjust the toe and
then re-check front camber again. A good starting measurement for camber is 1-2 degrees in
the front and 1.5-2.5 degrees in the rear.
Think of Ackermann as active toe
when the steering moves from left
to right. More ackermann effect
makes more toe out at full turn and
produces more steering off-power.
Less ackermann effect makes less
toe out at full turn and produces
more steering on-power. A good
starting point is 4 washers behind
the ball stud (2mm).
MORE
Bumpsteer
MO
bumRE
p ou
t
LES
bum S
p
out
Think of bump steer as active toe when the suspension compresses or rebounds. To adjust bump steer
you have to change the angle of the steering link.
This is accomplished by adding or removing washers
under the ball end on the steering spindles. Anytime
you change camber link locations, front arm pills,
front arm spacers, or Ackermann you will need to
check and possibly adjust your bumpsteer. It's best
to start with zero bumpsteer or slight bump out.
AS
ME
E
UR
NT
ME
ADJUST
P
OO
DR
HERE
Droop
Droop is the measured amount of down travel in the suspension. It is measured from the shock mounting
points while the vehicle is up on a stand allowing the arms to hang freely and is adjusted by turning the
droop screw located in the suspension arms front/rear. This screw limits the suspension travel by
providing a stopping point against the chassis. Left and right sides should always be equal, however the
front and rear of the vehicle can have different values. Droop affects all aspects of chassis
performance, including: braking, acceleration, jumping, traction and bump handling. A good
starting droop measurement is 78mm front and 88mm rear.
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Set Up Information
(continued)
Front: Changing front diff oil affects overall steering response. Thinner can increase off-power steering but
the vehicle may be twitchy and harder to drive. Thicker can increase on power steering and stability. We
recommend 10k to 20k in the front diff.
Center: Changing center diff oil affects the front-to-rear drive balance. Thicker will reduce off-power
steering and on-power rear traction but increases on-power steering and acceleration if traction is available.
Thinner will increase off-power steering and on-power rear traction but reduce on-power steering and
acceleration. We recommend 10k to 30k in the center diff.
Rear: Thinner rear diff oil increases off-power steering and reduces traction into a corner. It also reduces
on-power steering and increases traction out of a corner. Going too thin will make your vehicle inconsistent,
however. Thicker rear oil will have opposite effects, and once again, going too thick will make the vehicle
inconsistent. We recommend 5k to 10k in the rear diff.
Differentials
Wheelbase Adjustments
Changes to wheelbase can affect the overall handling of your vehicle, since it adjusts the distribution
of weight on the wheels as well as the angle of the driveshafts. Shortening the wheelbase at the
rear will give you more steering into a turn and off power, less steering out of a turn and on power.
Lengthening the wheelbase at the rear will yield the opposite results.
FORWARD
BACKWARD
Front Arm
Shortening the wheelbase in the front will land jumps a little better and lengthening it will be better
through small bumps. In general a longer wheelbase is better on open and/or bumpy tracks and a
shorter wheelbase is better on tighter technical tracks.
FORWARD
BACKWARD
Rear Arm
Springs
LENGTH
WIRE DIA.
PART#/COLOR
F/R
WIRE DIA.
COILS
LENGTH
RATE
TKR6783
TKR6784
TKR6785
TKR6786
TKR6787
Front
Front
Front
Front
Front
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
9.5
9.0
8.5
8.13
7.75
45mm
45mm
45mm
45mm
45mm
2.95
3.16
3.41
3.62
3.85
TKR6793
TKR6794
TKR6795
TKR6796
TKR6797
Rear
Rear
Rear
Rear
Rear
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
9.38
8.75
8.25
7.75
7.38
53mm
53mm
53mm
53mm
53mm
2.20
2.41
2.60
2.82
3.02
Softer springs will increase traction through the turns by allowing
more roll, slow down the responsiveness of the vehicle, and can
be better in the bumps. Stiffer springs will increase corner speed
if traction is available and will also tend to jump and land better.
Once you find a set of springs you like you will typically only
change them for tracks with dramatically different conditions.
COILS
Pistons
Pistons with smaller holes work well for smoother tracks with large jumps and pistons with larger holes work
well for rougher tracks with less jumps. Smaller hole pistons will typically use thinner oil than larger hole
pistons. Shock oil is also affected by the ambient temperature so a change in viscosity might be necessary
with a change of 5°C or ~10°F.
Sway Bars
Sway bars are used to adjust a
vehicle's lateral grip by resisting
chassis roll. A thicker bar
decreases roll more than a
thinner bar will. More roll means
more grip and less roll means
less grip. The front sway bar
affects mainly off-power
steering at corner entry. The
rear sway bar affects mainly
on-power steering and stability
in mid-corner and at corner exit.
Gearing Recommendations
Vehicle
Motor
Bearing Chart
TKRBB040725 – Ball Bearings (4x7x2.5mm,
sold in pack of 4pcs) Bearings for the
bellcrank/ackerman plate. 8pcs required in kit.
TKRBB05114 – Ball Bearings (5x11x4, 4pcs)
Diff pinion support bearings for the front/rear
transmission housings. 4pcs required in kit.
TKRBB06124 – Ball Bearings (6x12x4mm, 4pcs)
Bearings for outside of steering blocks and outer
rear hub carriers. 4pcs required in kit.
TKRBB10154 – Ball Bearings (10x15x4mm,
sold in pack of 4pcs) Bearings for all three diffs.
Also inner front steering blocks/rear hub carriers.
10pcs required in kit.
* For bearing maintenance, please refer to page 28.
Small Track
Large Track
(50-80 ft Straight)
(80-150 ft Straight)
(pinion/spur)
(pinion/spur)
EB410
5.5T
18/81 tooth
19/81 tooth
(2 cell)
6.5T
19/81 tooth
20/81 tooth
7.5T
20/81 tooth
21/81 tooth
8.5T
20/76 or 21/81
21/76 or 22/81
10.5T
21/76 or 22/81
22/76 or 23/81
13.5T
25/70 tooth
26/70 tooth
This chart shows the recommended starting ratios for the
common motor winds. Please consult the motor/esc manufacturers recommended settings to ensure you start with the
best final drive ratio (FDR) for your equipment. When setting
your mesh you want to be able to slightly rock the spur gear
back and forth without moving the pinion gear. Tekno RC is
not responsible for damage done to your electronic equipment
or gears due to improper gearing or mesh.
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Maintenance:
Performing regular maintenance will greatly improve your on track consistency and also extend the life of your vehicle.
Going through critical areas of the vehicle regularly will also allow you to find possible issues before they become a
problem that may cost you a race. Follow the guidelines below for maximum performance.
Bearing Maintenance:
Bearings should always be smooth and free in order to preform their function. We recommend inspecting and cleaning
each bearing on a regular basis. It will be necessary to break down parts of the vehicle in order to inspect them properly.
The procedures below should be done every couple of weeks or prior to an important race.
1. Inspect the outer seals for any visible damage and check the rolling resistance of each bearing.
2. If any bearing does not spin freely, then take the following steps to clean them.
3. Spray the bearing with motor spray and spin it again to remove any debris trapped inside. Repeat if necessary. If
the bearing does not start to spin freely after cleaning, then they may need to be replaced.
4. Allow the clean bearing to dry or blow into the bearing with compressed air to speed up the drying process.
5. Oil each bearing with a proper bearing lubricant. One or two drops is enough.
Shock Maintenance:
When comparing the left and right shocks of the front end, they should feel identical. Same goes for the rears.
The procedures below should be done every race day to make sure they are leak free and operating correctly.
1. After removing the shocks from the vehicle, remove the springs and inspect each shock for visible leaks (build up of
debris at the bottom of the shock shaft or visible oil).
2. If the shock binds when pushing the shaft through its stroke, then the shaft may be bent and will need to be replaced.
3. If the shocks from left to right do not feel consistent when compared to each other, or have built up too much air
inside (feel empty when pushing the shaft through its stroke), then you will need to rebuild them following the steps
outlined on page 19 of this manual.
Hinge Point & Drive Line Maintenance:
Checking the hinge points while the shocks are removed from the vehicle is the best time to inspect these parts. The
other items to inspect are the camber links, steering links and drive shafts. Follow the steps below every couple of
weeks in order to keep the vehicle preforming at maximum.
1. With the shocks off the vehicle, check the movement of the arms, hubs and spindle carriers. They should move
freely. If there is a bind, then the inner or outer hinge pin may be bent and would need to be replaced. The arms
should not have any play when twisted or moved in any direction against the hinge points. If there is excessive
slop present, then the arms or hubs may be worn and will need to be replaced.
2. Remove the camber links, steering links and servo link from the vehicle. Check the movement of the spindles to see
if they turn freely. If they don’t, then check the kingpin shoulder screws to see if they are tightened down too far.
Also, check for slop. If there is excessive slop present, then the spindle carriers may need to be replaced.
3. Check the steering rack to make sure it moves freely. If it binds, then the screws holding the Ackermann or the
steering posts could be too tight. If they still bind, then check the bearings and follow the steps above to clean them.
4. After re-installing the camber links, steering links and servo link, check the movement of the rod ends on the ball
studs. If they have excessive slop or are binding, then they may need to be replaced.
5. Check the drive shafts by rotating them. Look for any wobbles. If they are bent, replace them immediately.
6. With the drive shafts removed, check for slop in the CV area. If it is present, then reposition the CV pin to another
fresh hole, re-lubricate and install back into the vehicle.
Differential Maintenance:
Properly maintained differentials are essential for a smooth operating vehicle. Check all three diffs regularly to make
sure they are filled and operating as designed.
1. Remove each diff and verify the differential action is happening and is smooth. If there is any notchy feel to them,
follow the steps below to rebuild them.
2. Open the diff and pour out the oil. Remove the gears and pins to release the outdrives. Then remove the
seals. Inspect everything to make sure there are no damaged parts. If the seals are old or show any signs
of degradation, replace them immediately. Re-lubricate the seals and outdrives, then rebuild the diff
following the steps on page 3 and 4.
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TKR6500 - EB410 1/10th Comptetion 4x4 Buggy Complete Kit
Parts List
TKR5125 - O-Ring (ESC tray, 3pcs)
TKR5126 - Antenna tube (universal, w/ caps, 5pcs)
TKR5230 - Steering linkage (M3x18mm threaded rod, 10pcs)
TKR5571M - Wheel Hexes (12mm, steel, lightened, 4pcs)
TKR6206 - Ball Stud (5.5mm, short neck, 6mm thread, 4pcs)
TKR6207 - Ball Stud (5.5mm, long neck, 6mm thread, 4pcs)
TKR6208 - Ball Stud (5.5mm, short neck, 8mm thread, 4pcs)
TKR6210 - Ball Stud (5.5mm, short neck, 10mm thread, 4pcs)
TKR6250 - Turnbuckle (M3 thread, 55mm length, 4mm adjustment, 2pcs)
TKR6252 - Turnbuckle (M3 thread, 40mm length, 4mm adjustment, 2pcs)
TKR6253 - Rod End Set (turnbuckles, sway bar, steering, EB410)
TKR6270R - Stub Axles (rear, hardened steel, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6274 - Wheel Nuts (7mm, serrated, gun metal ano, M4, 4pcs)
TKR6280 - Battery Strap Thumb Screw (EB410)
TKR6501 - Chassis (7075, 3mm, hard anodized, lightened, EB410)
TKR6519 - Bulkhead Set (f/r, EB410)
TKR6523 - Hinge Pins (inner, front/rear, super hard, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6524 - Suspension Arms (rear, EB410)
TKR6525 - Suspension Arms (front, EB410)
TKR6526 - Bell Cranks, Ackerman Plate, Servo Horns (EB410)
TKR6527 - Shock Standoffs (EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6530 - Motor Mount Base (CNC, 7075, EB410)
TKR6538 - Chassis Brace, Body Mount Set (EB410)
TKR6539 - Motor Mount Insert (CNC, 7075, EB410)
TKR6540 - Hinge Pin Brace (CNC, 7075, EB410, A Block)
TKR6541 - Hinge Pin Brace (CNC, 7075, EB410, B Block)
TKR6542 - Hinge Pin Brace (CNC, 7075, EB410, C Block)
TKR6543 - Hinge Pin Brace (CNC, 7075, EB410, D Block)
TKR6544 - Hinge Pin Inserts, Wheelbase Shims (EB410)
TKR6545 - Rear Hubs (l/r, EB410)
TKR6546 - Wing Mount and Bumper (EB410)
TKR6547 - Sway Bar and Bulkhead Acc. (EB410)
TKR6548 - Pivot Balls (5.5mm, flanged, 4pcs)
TKR6552 - Spindle Carriers (l/r, EB410)
TKR6553 - Spindles (15°, l/r, EB410)
TKR6555 - Stabilizer Balls (5.5mm, sway bars, aluminum, 4pcs)
TKR6565 - Hinge Pins (outer, front, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6566 - Hinge Pins (outer, rear, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6572 - Driveshaft (rear, hardened steel, 2pcs)
TKR6573F - Stub Axles (front, hardened steel, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6574 - Driveshaft (front, hardened steel, 2pcs)
TKR6581 - Shock Tower Set (f/r, EB410)
TKR6586 - Side Guard, Servo Mount, Battery Acc. (EB410)
TKR6596 - Kingpin Shoulder Screws (EB410, 4pcs)
TKR6597 - Diff Coupler (f/r, lightened, hardened steel, EB410)
TKR6599 - Tapered Driveshaft (center, rear, 7075, black ano, EB410)
TKR6600 - Tapered Driveshaft (center, front, 7075, black ano, EB410)
TKR6605 - Wing (lexan, pre-cut, EB410)
TKR6608 - Body (0.8mm, EB410)
TKR6610 - Sway Bar Set (rear, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8, 1.9mm, EB410)
TKR6627 - Steering Rack Bushings (aluminum, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6629 - Steering Posts (steel, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6634 - Center Diff Support, Top Braces (EB410)
TKR6664 - Front Camber Link Plate (aluminum, EB410)
TKR6665 - Rear Camber Link Plate (aluminum, EB410)
TKR6685 - Rear Body Mount Panels (EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6686 - Body Mount Hook and Loop Tape Set (EB410, 4pcs)
TKR6856 - CV Rebuild kit (f/r, for 2 axles)
Differential List
TKR5144 - Differential O-Rings (6pcs)
TKR6511 - Differential Case (f/c/r, 3pcs, EB410)
TKR6512 - Differential Ring Gear (40t, use with TKR6551)
TKR6513X - Differential Cross Pins (composite, 3pcs, EB410)
TKR6514 - Differential Outdrives (f/r/c, lightened, EB410)
TKR6515 - Differential Seals (3pcs, EB410)
TKR6517 - Differential Shims (5x14mm, hardened, 6pcs, EB410)
TKR6522 - Spur Gear (81t, 48pitch, composite, black, EB410)
TKR6550 - Differential Gear Set (internal gears only, EB410)
TKR6551 - Diff Pinion (16t, use with TKR6512)
Bearings List
TKRBB040725 - Ball Bearing (4x7x2.5mm, 4pcs)
TKRBB05114 - Ball Bearing (5x11x4, 4pcs)
TKRBB06124 - Ball Bearing (6x12x4, 4pcs)
TKRBB10154 - Ball Bearing (10x15x4, 4pcs)
Shocks List
TKR6701 - Locking Shock Rod End and Spring Perch Set (13mm shocks)
TKR6703 - Shock Shafts (front, steel, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6704 - Shock Shafts (rear, steel, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6707 - Shock Cartridge End Guide Set (CNC, Delrin, 4pcs, EB410)
TKR6709 - Shock X-rings (8pcs, EB410)
TKR6710 - Shock Body (front, aluminum, hard ano, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6711 - Shock Body (rear, aluminum, hard ano, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6712 - Shock/Cartridge Cap & Bushing Set (4pcs each, EB410)
TKR6714 - Emulsion O-ring Set (4x cap seals, 8x emulsion o-rings, for 13mm shocks)
TKR6719A - Shock Adjustment Collars (aluminum, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6785 - Shock Spring Set (front, 1.3x8.5, 3.41lb/in, 45mm, yellow)
TKR6795 - Shock Spring Set (rear, 1.2x8.25, 2.6lb/in, 53mm, yellow)
Hardware List
TKR1201 - M3 Locknuts (black, 10pcs)
TKR1211 - M3 Locknuts (flanged, black, 10pcs)
TKR1221 - M3x8mm Washer (black, 10pcs)
TKR1229 - 6x10x.2 Shims (10pcs)
TKR1235 - Body Clips (angled, 10pcs)
TKR1240 - Lower Shock Mount Screws (2 CW thread, 2 CCW thread)
TKR1245 - Shock Piston Retainer Screw (4pcs)
TKR1248 - M2x4mm Cap Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1301 - M2.5x6mm Flat Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1303 - M2.5x10mm Flat Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1321 - M3x6mm Flat Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1322 - M3x8mm Flat Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1323 - M3x10mm Flat Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1329 - M3x20mm Flat Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1400 - M3x4mm Button Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1401 - M3x6mm Button Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1402 - M3x8mm Button Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1403 - M3x10mm Button Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1405 - M3x14mm Button Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1409 - M3x20mm Button Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1411 - M3x25mm Button Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1463 - M2.5x6mm Button Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1522 - M3x8mm Cap Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1523 - M3x10mm Cap Head Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1601 - M3x4mm Set Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1602 - M4x4mm Set Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1604 - M3x8mm Set Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1609 - M3x3mm Set Screws (black, 10pcs)
TKR1611 - M4x8mm Set Screws (black, 10pcs)
Option Parts
TKR1103 - Turnbuckle Wrench (4mm, 5mm, hardened steel)
TKR1115 - Pivot Ball and Shock Multi-tool (aluminum)
TKR1119 - 5.5mm / 7.0mm Wrench (hardened steel)
TKR1654 - Composite 12mm Hex Adapters (+1mm, 4pcs)
TKR1654X - 12mm Aluminum Hex Adapters (+1mm, aluminum, 4pcs)
TKR5571 - Composite Wheel Hexes (12mm, 4pcs)
TKR5571A - Wheel Hexes (SCT410, 12mm, aluminum, 4pcs)
TKR6503C - Battery Strap (carbon fiber, EB410)
TKR6542B - Hinge Pin Brace (CNC, 7075, C Block for diff riser, EB410)
TKR6543B - Hinge Pin Brace (CNC, 7075, D Block for diff riser, EB410)
TKR6563A - Aluminum Servo Horn (25T, standard, low profile, M3 clamp, EB410)
TKR6581C - Shock Tower (front, carbon fiber, EB410)
TKR6582C - Shock Tower (rear, carbon fiber, EB410)
TKR6582XC - Shock Tower (rear, 2mm riser, carbon fiber, EB410)
TKR6598C - Steering Top Plate (carbon fiber, EB410)
TKR6610 - Sway Bar Set (rear, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8, 1.9mm, EB410)
TKR6623 - Sway Bar Kit (complete front, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4mm, EB410)
TKR6635C - Center Diff Top Plate and Fan Mount (carbon fiber, EB410)
TKR6703T - Shock Shafts (front, steel, TiNi coated, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6704T - Shock Shafts (rear, steel, TiNi coated, EB410, 2pcs)
TKR6712A - Shock Caps (7075, emulsion, black ano, 2pcs
TKR6731 - Shock Pistons (CNC, 2x1.7, 2pcs)
TKR6732 - Shock Pistons (CNC, 2x1.8, 2pcs)
TKR6783 - Shock Spring Set (front, 1.3x9.5, 2.95lb/in, 45mm, pink)
TKR6784 - Shock Spring Set (front, 1.3x9.0, 3.16lb/in, 45mm, green)
TKR6786 - Shock Spring Set (front, 1.3x8.13, 3.62lb/in, 45mm, orange)
TKR6787 - Shock Spring Set (front, 1.3x7.75, 3.85lb/in, 45mm, red)
TKR6793 - Shock Spring Set (rear, 1.2x9.38, 2.20lb/in, 53mm, pink)
TKR6794 - Shock Spring Set (rear, 1.2x8.75, 2.41lb/in, 53mm, green)
TKR6796 - Shock Spring Set (rear, 1.2x7.75, 2.82lb/in, 53mm, orange)
TKR6797 - Shock Spring Set (rear, 1.2x7.38, 3.02lb/in, 53mm, red)
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Setup Sheet
Name:
Date:
Box Setup (starting point)
Track: Indoor
Size: Small
Outdoor
Surface: Smooth
Bumpy
Rutted
Bumpsteer/Ackermann/Steering Stop:
Medium
1
WASHERS
Front End:
1 2 34
AB
WASHERS
1
1
2
WIDTH
0
AB
Clay
Carpet
Condition: Dusty
Dry
FRONT
REAR
RIDE HEIGHT
18mm
21mm
CAMBER
-2°
-2°
CASTER
500
500
BRAND
Stock
Stock
15°
PISTON
1.7
1.8
SWEEP
0°
SPRING
Yellow
Yellow
KICK UP
10.5°
REBOUND
5
2°
BUILD
Emul
TOE (in/out)
1.5° out
(per side)
1.5° in
(per side)
NOTES:
SWAY BAR
none
1.7mm
SHOCK LENGTH
(DROOP)
78
88
BODY/WING
STOCK
ANTI-SQUAT
STOCK
0°
3°
(rear)
ABCD
1 2
Wheelbase/Axle Sweep:
2
WIDTH
0
AB
WASHERS
front
small .5mm
Stock Tower
1mm SHIM
Option Tower
2mm SHIM
rear
1
front
1
large 1mm
NO SHIM
COMPOUND
WHEEL
NOTES:
Differential Oil:
FRONT
CENTER
REAR
15K
15K
7K
BATTERY:
MOTOR:
1
large 1mm
RADIO:
MUST = 2mm TOTAL
Front Arm
SERVO:
Drivetrain:
PINION/SPUR
“C” Block
(2° WITH CENTER DOT INSERT)
(Anti-Squat)
“D” Block
(1.5° WITH CENTER DOT INSERT)
(Rear Toe)
0°
(OFFSET)
.5°
1°
.5°
1°
1° .5°
.5° 1°
.5
81
Chassis Braces:
MUST = 1.5mm TOTAL
small .5mm
rear
REAR
ESC:
WING POSITION SETTINGS
0
Tires / Wheels:
Electronics:
(front)
WASHERS
Emul
INSERT
9°
7.5 °
6°
4.5 °
3°
Total Wing Angle
1.5°
5
BRAND/TREAD
3°
“B” Block
%
FRONT
DOWNFORCE SETTINGS
(10° WITH CENTER DOT INSERT)
1 2 34
Muddy
OIL
1.5°
Rear End:
Wet
REAR
Shim/Direction
(Kick Up)
Astroturf
FRONT
(0° WITH CENTER DOT INSERT)
(Sweep)
High
Shocks:
Body/Wing:
“A” Block
Med
Suspension:
WASHERS
2
Traction: Low
Large
Type: Dirt
WASHERS
4
Event:
Rear Arm
Notes:
Short
Rear
Long
Rear
%
Tekno RC
10755 Scripps Poway Pkwy #598
San Diego CA 92131
USA
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