I finally finished my build of the brand new team associated b6.3. Two wheel, drive electric 10th scale, race, buggy and just want to share my thoughts as well as talk about the actual parts i put into my vehicle uh. First off the body is exactly the same as the b6.2, so i am just using the b6.2 body just put a little b6.3 sticker, as well as a little witch racing and jen’s ace sticker there on the body. I do like that paint scheme, so just decided to reuse that, since it was in good shape, but the buggy itself i’ll kind of go through what i’m actually running. I will put down links to all these parts that i’m using. So if you want to run the same components, i’m running, you can go ahead and do that i, you know i kind of aim for kind of a mid range type build. I don’t like to spend a whole ton of money, but i do like stuff. That is reasonably competitive, so i think this stuff is certainly uh good enough, at least for the club racing level and um you know, will suit most people, just fine, so electronics, wise i’m running a savage 1267 sg black edition servo up front. I do like starbucks servos for a little bit more on the budget side, but still reasonable performance i’m wearing aluminum servo horn for the b6 series, and then i did space it out.
One millimeter there with that little ball, stead washer! You can see right there just to kind of keep this link a little more at a 90 degree angle like i think it should be run ec wise i’m running a hobbywing xr10 stock, spec it’s, an 80 amp esc. A lot of tunability, certainly good for stock type classes, not so good, really for mod, because it just doesn’t supply enough amps for for 17.5 turn motors plenty of power and then power wise i’m running the team powers, actinium v 4.0 motor very fast motors, a little Bit more on the pricey side, but they’re the fastest motors i’ve ever ran, and the v4 just came out, i think, maybe a month ago or so so super excited about getting a chance to run that jen’s ace battery a six thousand milliamp hour 130c battery. So a very fast battery tons of power, a little erasing a fan there on the side and then i’m running an ar x, 482 uh receiver, so basically a clone of a san, juan receiver and then finally, a mylapse two wire transponder. The only other option – parts i’m running are a j concepts. Steel hinge, pin brace up here on the front so adds a little more weight adds a little more durability. You know this thing is pretty close to minimum weight so certainly worth adding weight. Uh down low and then finally i’m wearing a slipper eliminator there. On the back for 17.
5, i do like running slipper eliminators here’s a little more speed, a little more acceleration, not so much rotating mass. Of course, uh gearing wise i’m running a 28 tooth, uh pinion gear from tlr and then the stock. I think 72 tooth spur gear. Now the build itself went together, pretty well uh, very similar to all the other team associated b6 buggies. So if you built those before this will pretty much build the same, there were a few little issues and i’ll kind of cover that nothing major but uh. Just some things to look out for first off the shocks they kind of forget to tell you to put another spacer in here. So they say you know basically spacer x, ring spacer x, ring there’s supposed to be another spacer here on the bottom same as the top you just kind of flip it over. So it points down so one little error there in the manual that i found um. The other thing is, it comes with this little addendum, so for the b6.3 kind of tells you about this front, henchmen brace, i think they forgot to put that uh in the manual, so uh yeah don’t forget to use that little steel hinge and brace or you Find your arms kind of sliding around a little bit uh yeah. That was pretty much it oh yeah. The other thing i did was uh pick up a set of wits racing hyper glide bearings.
So you do have this brand new sit for the b6.3 b6.3d super smooth bearings. We do have a 20 off coupon code, so i do recommend running this if you’re running any sort of spec class pretty affordable with that 20 off, it is like 52 dollars, which i think is really really inexpensive for a full set of ceramic bearings. So definitely worth checking that out uh in terms of other problems, with the build front steering blocks. As for all, the other team associated two wheel drives pretty much they’re, not like completely parallel. You do need to follow them down a little bit. I end up kind of falling down the bottom, trying to make it like parallel with the top, whereas you get like way too much binding here in your steering. Um it won’t be smooth at all. It’Ll actually be very, very tight, so you definitely want to check that and then the transmission. You know this little three piece transmission makes it really nice to service the diff, but it is a little bit on the rough side um. Some people like to put in the aluminum diff risers here in the back little spacers to razor lower your discs i’m still running the stock plastic ones, but i do think the lunar ones make a little bit better. They just fit a little bit more tightly. More correctly within that transmission and provides a little more smoothness, so yeah that was pretty much it in terms of issues with the build uh.
You know definitely don’t forget those shocks in the shock, spacers and stuff, like that i’m running. This thing completely kit build even down to the 16 millimeter ride height, so we’ll see how that actually runs super excited about getting a chance to take this out to the track and uh we’ll see how it performs so yeah that’s pretty much it for the b6.3 Overall, a really good buggy, certainly uh, one of the most competitive buggies out there on the market and uh well worth checking out and uh i’m gon na go, take this out to the track and see how it performs definitely hit the like share and subscribe buttons.