RC10 B6D Team Kit by Team Associated

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The Team Associated RC10 B6D Team Kit excels when traction is low to high. Racing at multiple tracks, or where traction changes throughout the day, has never been easier; setups and tuning parts are interchangeable between the B6 and B6D configurations, making the B6 platform extremely versatile. Both versions come with the speed, durability and lineage expected of a true champion. Choose the configuration that best suits your track and conquer the competition!
 
B6D Special Features:
  • Clay/Hard Dirt/Loose Dirt configuration
  • Standup 3-gear Stealth transmission: more rearward weight for increased rear traction
  • Ball differential: more rear traction and stability
  • Flat front arms with narrower shock tower: more responsive steering and quicker release out of corner

Features:
  • Clay/Hard Dirt/Loose Dirt configuration
  • Standup 3-gear Stealth transmission: more rearward weight for increased rear traction
  • Ball differential - more rear traction and stability
  • Flat front arms with narrower shock tower - more responsive steering and quicker release out of corner
  • Hard anodized aluminum pocketed chassis included. Optional weights (not included) allow weight bias tuning.
  • Centralized motor positioning for optimum side-to-side balance
  • Repositioned A plate provides maximum front end clearance
  • One-piece steering blocks with bolt on Ackermann plate
  • Lightweight and durable aluminum C plate and aluminum ball stud mount
  • Updated ball cups and turnbuckles for precise adjustments and durability
  • Adjustable battery hold-down strap allows weight bias tuning
  • Aluminum front axle and rear hexes for less rotating mass and long-lasting durability
  • V2 12mm "Big Bore" threaded aluminum shocks with 3mm TiN coated shafts and low friction x-rings for improved smoothness
  • Factory Team Aluminum Shock Bushings provide stable shock mounts
  • Heavy-duty rear axle for added strength
  • Factory Team upgraded ball bearings
  • Team Associated clear body and screw-mounted wing by JConcepts


Specifications:
Power Source: Electric
Terrain: Off-Road
Body Style: Buggy
Scale Size: 1:10 Scale
Assembly Level: Kit*
Length: varies
Width: varies
Wheelbase: 280mm (11.02in)
Weight: varies
Drive: 2WD

Needed to Complete:

  • 1/10 scale 540 electric motor
  • 1/10 scale electronic speed control
  • 7.4V LiPo or 6.6V LiFe battery (saddle pack, shorty pack, or square pack)
  • Battery charger (able to charge one of the batteries mentioned above)
  • 2-channel surface transmitter, and its batteries
  • 2-channel receiver
  • Steering servo
  • Pinion gear (48 pitch)
  • Polycarbonate-specific spray paint for body
  • 1/10 scale buggy wheels & tires
  • Glue for tires and wheels
  • Tools for assembly

NOTE: RC10 B6D Kit shown equipped with items NOT included in kit; motor, battery, ESC, servo, receiver, wheels and tires are not included. Body comes clear. Assembly and painting required.

This product was added to our catalog on July 11, 2016.

Kotipelto
Saturday, Jul 16 2016 (4 months ago)
Team Associated RC10 B6D Team Kit
NO BS. I've had the B6D since day 1 of release and the only thing I have broke on it is the time of updated opinion is the rear shock tower. I literally beat the hell out of this thing everyday on my homemade track in South Sacramento that's extremely dusty, loose, hard, dirty and gritty. I've crashed it literally 100s of times since I built the little guy. I run it at least 2 times a day with a huge Vant 90c/6000mah square pack for 1/2 hour at a time and it has held up extremely well. I am not over exaggerating either. It handles better than the b5m in almost every way. The B5M noses into landing at a steeper angle while the B6D will flip if is at to much of an angle when landing. It is way more controllable in mid air than the b5m for sure and corners much better. The tranny case is a little better also. It seals up nicely and is does quiter. The only thing I do after a run is blow out everything with a compressor. Buggy snobs spend way to much time tweaking there cars only to run it for 5 minutes then spend the next 45 minutes working on it. The box stock setup with the right shock fluid and adjustments work perfect for me but I am not a race just a person who enjoys being able to have rc buggy that I know if it breaks can easily be fixed by running to the local hobby store or buying what I need from amain or LSR speedway preferably. electronics MT-4+471 receiver savox 1258tg hobbystar 120amp turbo esc hobbystar 10.5T motor
Robert Marrow
Verified Owner
Sunday, Sep 11 2016 (2 months ago)
Team Associated RC10 B6D Team Kit
I purchased this kit with high expectations Coming from the B4.1 B4.2 B5 and B5m lite I knew I was making the right choice. The kit setup wasn't good for my outdoor track but after a few changes I had this b6d going like a mini gun. This kit is very good and very adjustable. My only thumbs down is no proper thumb screws to remove the batteries, anyway my LHS sells nice colourful Exotek thumb screws that fit perfectly and they look pimp. If your looking for an aggressive driving style with point and shoot accuracy then look no further.
Eric Dole
Tuesday, Sep 6 2016 (3 months ago)
Team Associated RC10 B6D Team Kit
I run on a clay track and let me tell you, this thing is amazing. It jumps and lands great and is really predictable. The stock setup is great on its own but depending on your track you may need to make some changes. I'm not the best when it comes to tuning but the one thing I did was raise the rear roll center by 1mm. Made the car better on power. People are actually running the laydown transmission at my track so I'm going to try that setup soon.