As boblet points out, there really aren't fonts that have equal spacing between each letterform. The reason is that it would look funny.
The spacing between each pair of letters is calculated so that it 'looks' even--even when it's mathematically not (often called optical spacing). The better quality the font, the more of these individual calculations there are (they are called kerning pairs).
I don't know of any font that has purposefully set up equal spacing between the outermost edges of each letterform.
So, all that said, you are likely focusing on the wrong aspects of the letterforms. Take the 'tc' combination. Yes, the crossbar of the 't' is close to the 'c' but look at the stem of the t. That space is pretty good. If you were to put more space between the 'tc' then that gap would start to look way too wide.
Think of the space between each letterform as an 'average' spacing taking into consideration the entire letter. The goal is to balance the positive and negative space more than it is to make sure there is a equal mechanical gap between the outermost parts of each letter.