7 responses to “JTP SHOP TALK : installing JTP 1001 RB6 rear tower

  1. thats the shimming i use on the stock tower to make getting to the inner ball studs easier then i compensate on the upper mount of the shock with spacers. works well

  2. Hi Jared,
    Hi from France 🙂
    Im newb in rc (a real addiction) and i search to understand
    Can u confirm if i have understand correctly the anti skat settings

    With stock rear RB6 Shock Tower :

    0 degree = thick under bulkhead / none under susblock
    1 degree = thin under bulkhead / thin under susblock
    2 degree = none under bulkhead / thick under susblock

    With JTP rear RB6 Shock Tower :

    1 degree = thick under bulkhead / none under susblock
    2 degree = thin under bulkhead / thin under susblock
    3 degree = none under bulkhead / thick under susblock

    i’m right ?
    Thx a lot

    • My JTP tower doesn’t change the anti squat setting. The flatter the rear arm, the less anti squat. Thin thin is 2 degree. Thick/none is 3 degree. None/thick is 1 degree.
      Jared Tebo

  3. Hi, Jared
    I get a little confused about the anti squat angle of RB6. Most times, I see your setup that you won’t put a shim under the RF sus blocker, just adjust the RR sus block. So if I want 2 degree of anti squat, I put 0.5mm shim under the RR sus blocker and 0.5mm under the rear bulkhead, right? But if I want 3 degree of anti squat, I think I should remove the 0.5mm shim under the RR sus blocker and change the bulkhead spacer into the 1mm one. Right?

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