GForce 1/10 TC Setup System (Black)

GForce 1/10 TC Setup System (Black)
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This is the GForce Setup System. Ideal for 1/10 scale touring cars, this setup station will help you precisely measure the camber measurement, toe measurement, steering measurement and caster measurement. This snazzy set also includes a zippered carrying case.


Includes:

  • (4) CNC Machined Alloy Side Plates
  • (4) CNC Machined Alloy Camber Gauges
  • (1) Acrylic Toe Gauge
  • (4) Camber Gauge Nuts
  • (4) Wheel Nuts
  • (1) Carrying Bag
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Mar 7 2018 (about 2 years ago)
GForce 1/10 TC Setup System (Black)
Really good quality on this thing, the case has extra space to put other tools.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Nov 17 2016 (about 4 years ago)
GForce 1/10 TC Setup System (Black)
Great product. Quality is as good as my HUDY 1/8 scale on road station . It works great for 190mm TC. But does not work on 200mm nitro car. Can not access the rear toe adjustment screw. The plate is in the way. Hopefully GForce can get around HUDY design and make it work on 200mm nitro cars as well,
Verified Owner
Thursday, Sep 22 2016 (about 4 years ago)
GForce 1/10 TC Setup System (Black)
Great quality, I though this could be as precise as hudy as It is. I just compare with my hudy ones and this is exactly the same. I will buy gforce products again.
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jan 3 2021 (2 weeks ago)
GForce 1/10 TC Setup System (Black)
This setup station is pretty nice for setting camber on 1/10 touring cars. The case is good, extra pockets for ride height gauges and some tools, and there is little to no slop in the setup station.
But, the plate for measuring toe and end points was not accurately engraved on one side, making it read 2.5 degrees off for that side. Flipping the plate to take measurements remedied that issue adequately.
Also, the means of measuring caster is not the easiest nor most reliably accurate. Due to the caster measuring issue, I probably would not recommend this for the Awesomatix car but could be fine for the rest of the less intense touring cars.