Here it is the team associated t, 6.2 110 Schaal, electric two wheel, drive stadium truck, Ja, team associates still makes stadium trucks, and this is their brand new release. The t 6.2 just picked it up and it’s been out, for i think a few days did not get it quite on launch day, but picked it up pretty soon thereafter and i have not opened it up so we’re going to take a look at what’s inside The box first off kind of their newer plain, looking white box we’ll talk about the new features on the t6.2, so i did have a t 6.1, as well as a tlr, 22 T 4.0. I also have a schumacher storm which came out earlier this year. So i kind of am getting back into stadium track kind of you know skipped out of it for the last few months or a year, so kind of was not as excited about stadium track, but the storm was really really good and i wanted to check out How the t 6.2 performs so the new stuff on the 26.2 eerst af, probably the biggest change, they got new going arms and shock towers. They did redesign the hub slightly, so they got kind of the b74.1 two piece hub design. They changed like the little screws. Instead of like flathead screws they’re using cap heads i’m sorry button head screws, they changed the rear hex a little bit. I think it used to be seven millimeters.
Now it is eight and a half millimeters started include a front sway bar so that’s nice to see on stadium trucks. It tends to be a lot of roll. A little front sway bar does help prevent uh that over steer condition you get because you got those big front. Grippy tires so it’s nice to see they include that redesigned the shock towers a little bit. I believe the shocks are exactly the same, so nothing really new there, but the shock towers are a little bit shorter uh because they have the goblin arms where the shocks sit a little bit lower, so you got ta lower. The shock tires to match also include a aluminum esc tray that’s new fan mount just like the b6.2 two transmissions are included both lay down and lay back so in general you’re going to want to run the lay down on carpet high traction surfaces and the layback On a little bit lower and lower traction type surfaces differentials are standard, Uh, Diff, height adjustment, ball differential. I did pick up a gear differential because i am going to be building a carpet car, maar um ja. They do include a ball differential changes, the steering arms a little bit. If you’ve seen my t 6.1 Review, i did mention that i felt like it needed that out of the box, wasn’t sure why they did not have the plus one steering arms but nice to see. They included that i don’t believe the chassis has changed at all.
Uh rear camera blocks c and d blocks nothing’s new there and uh. The body has been updated slightly. The t6.1 had this really thin body. I think it was a proline body or maybe it was j concepts i’m, niet echt zeker, but it was way too thin. It broke super easily. I mentioned that in my review of the t, 6.1 and i’m glad to see they are using a regular weight body on the t 6.2. So here we are we’re going to open up the box. Zoals je zien, i am breaking the factory seals three seals as usual kind of funny. They don’t tell you what’s actually in the box on the front of the box, so you do need to check the sides to find out what’s in the box. Um here’s a little bar code made in taiwan, as with all the team associate race kits nowadays. So here is the body, zoals ik al zei, full weight body normal thickness. I think it’s the same it doesn’t look different to me, but it’s been a while, since i had a t 6.1. So i could be wrong about that. So let’s pull stuff out of the box uh pill system as per normal. These are the brand new going arms. These look like probably the rear arms. Oh, ik ben., sorry front arms front, bumper aluminum abc well, these got to be the rear arms, so this must be the rear. Bumper c and d blocks pill system and then the gull wing arms they look like they are reversible symmetrical.
So you got three different shock positions: one hole on this side, two holes on that side; kind of an in between hole depending on how you want to mount the actual shock position so yeah, as per usual team associate, you got parts on parts trees make sure You got some flush cutters because you will need to use them shocks. I don’t believe have changed at all. Looks like we’ve got the ball differential, the shock bags aluminum collars little shock bodies, plastic shock cuffs, which are some of the best in the industry. They do have three different heights in shock cups, Um, 30 weight oil looks like just one bottle some grease and then all your different length, Schok, eyelets as well shock springs, looks like gray and i’m, not sure what the other springs are. Probably gray and white or gray that’s, my guess, green green, maybe possibly steering, has not changed. So these are the front spindles front steering blocks. The old ones did have a little bit of problem where they’re kind of tapered in these don’t look too bad. It looks like maybe they fixed the molds on that adjustable caster here on the spindles or the steering blocks nice little aluminum inserts looks like only one set of inserts, so if you want the really skinny and fat ones, you may need to pick those up separately. The nice beefy ballsteds, Geloof ik, ze zijn 4.8 millimeters and then it looks like you got the steel axles up front.
So this is bag. Drie, not too much has changed there. Bags six looks like the transmission case, so gear cover um, presumably for the laid back transmission. So it should have laid down laid back. You got the waterfall here: carbon fiber shock towers, different stiff height adjustments from zero to three millimeters, the aluminum motor plate, the b6.1 style uh slipper clutch. So i don’t think they’ve updated the slipper clutch at all, dus het is. The same as the t 6.1, the b74.1 – they kind of update a little bit it’s got this really heavy steel, uh slipper screw. I guess you would call it. I picked up a titanium one, because i think that thing is way too heavy i’m gon na run. This in a 13.5 motor configuration the idler gear there uh looks pretty good overall, not sure if the spur gear will need something different from 13.5 here’s the wing mount um. I don’t think that has changed. Somebody correct me. If i’m wrong here’s the wing, you only get one wing. Oke, that’s fine, looks like a little manual supplement. So as per ae standards, they oftentimes have errors in the manual um looks like the bag from the hardware might be missing from one of the bags. You got to look later from that, dus er is, probably a supplemental bag for all your different screws that were missing earlier. Here are the side rails, which i believe uh have the integrated fan mount.
Ze zeiden., it’s the same side rails as the b6.2. Ik weet het niet. If that’s true the aluminum 13 gram esc tray, i also have a steel. One i’m going to attempt to run looks like the front. Sway bars hinge, pins here’s, your plastic hinge, pin brace, so you may want to upgrade the aluminum or brass or steel. If you’re running on carpet, which is what i will be doing, excuse me there that looks like front carbon fiber shock tower. So once again, lots of parts on parts trees make sure you have a set of sharp flush cutters. These are the uh turnbuckle rod ends. Steel turn buckles, nothing new there, your sort of uh unusual associated turnbuckle wrench. So this is actually a 1 8 inch turnbuckle something you may wonder why none of your metric turnbuckle wrenches work on this yeah. Het is. 1 8 inch and that’s why they give you this funky uh turnbuckle red. So this looks like all the bearings um looks like the ackerman bars bell cranks. So this is your steering system and all your ball studs and ball bearings or bearings uh. This is your battery tray, nothing new. There no changes, serrated steel, yeah series, Staal, Wiel, nuts. It looks like a low profile style there. I am not a big fan of the associated battery tray that’s, something i wish they would update, but you know it does work. So what can i can? What can i say, here’s the updated rear hubs, update rear uh hexes, so eight and a half millimeter aluminum hex is nice to see increase in size.
So i think the axles are a little bit longer. The hexes are a little bit longer, but the drive shafts are the same Applause uh, not much else so yeah. These are the axles. I think they’re thicker wider i’m, Niet 100 Zeker. So it sounds like they probably shorten the arms on the t 6.2, as compared to the t 6.1, probably for a little more rear, end grip. I did not find the t 6.1 kit set it to be particularly good. I felt like it needed some improvements and so uh. Hopefully that gives you a little more rear. End grip. So here is the stickers manual velcro and some 3m tape, A 10 antenna tube as well so yeah nice to see. So it only comes in one version: pretty much set up for dirt. If you want to run carpet or astroturf, you will have to pick up some extra parts, so i actually picked up a gear diff a set of sway bars because they do make a thicker 1.4 millimeter front sway bar picked up some different springs, so that should Get me down to a carpet type setup: we’ll have to see here’s the aluminum chassis i’m guessing two and a half millimeters in thickness. I don’t think there was any change here: Mooi, aluminum chassis, so yeah that’s, pretty much it that’s. What you get in the box on a t, 6.2 kind of a minor update, Ik voel me, zoals jij, Weten, 2020 – was kind of a light year in terms of changes.
The b74.1 was just a mild update on the b74. The b6.2 mild update on the b6.1 t6.2 is a mild update on the t 6.1, so they didn’t go too crazy. No brand new releases, no massive changes um, but some refinements on existing platforms and hopefully yeah. This runs pretty well so hope you enjoyed this video. Definitely hit the like share subscribe buttons, look for more videos, soon i’m going to put this together, hopefully over the next week or two probably take my time a little bit more. I did have some other kids come in and yeah.