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Old 09-19-2001, 02:48 AM   #31
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tamiya 702: kabayan! Pareho pala tayong pinoy!
hope so.

Anyway...bout the tl01, you know the astra v8 tl01? Does kind of tires does it come with. I know slicks but what type, some cars have some bonus hop ups and i wanna know if this car had one of them....

Can the tl01 do doughnuts? How the handling compared to a ff and how the speed compared to a ff
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Old 09-19-2001, 04:30 AM   #32
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oh yeah...I did it with my TL-01 but only inside the house and its a little slippery because of the tiles...but my TL-01 is completely stock! no bearings, no ESC and stock mabuchi motor running on loose 1400 nicads...maybe if you put slicks and slightly stronger motor you can do donuts on loose surface...maybe on some asphalt too....

by the way..are you willing to trade your mini cooper to my FF-01? it has full bearings and and its a front wheel drive...

I'll call you later this evening...
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Old 09-19-2001, 11:10 AM   #33
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Hey mailbox. Sorry, i dont speak much tagalog but i am pinoy . I am half pinoy and half american (mystizo). Anyways i think the Astra DTM comes with the Type A slicks.
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Old 09-21-2001, 04:43 AM   #34
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I think your in the wrong forum
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TL01??? PERFORMANCE TIPS??? HAHAHA!!!
THAT'S A GOOD ONE!!! THANKS FOR MAKIN ME SMILE!
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702, the little boy does not know how good the tlo1 is.
I own one and its drives nice.

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You guys dont know how good the ff02 handles. It rides on rails even if i ran it on a dusty smooth surface. I installed a set of ball bearings, sway bars, dampers, alum king pins, stainless steel susp. shaft. Respond is tops!!!!
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since when did u get your FF02? okay ba? Are u still going to give me your stock motor?
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hey cool down, yes the tl-01 is an entry level car, but that doesn't make it all that bad! it's a toy for crying out loud! i personally use mine for rally duty!
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strange? well you put down the car......... so it seems that you trashing it
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zxt: hey dont worry i'll give you my stock motor and when i tested the old motor and the brand new one that came with my ff02, the old one was a lot faster by more than 30%, both motors were broken-in in the same way.

Hey civic91, k i'll admit the tl01 kinda slow but who cares?!! You bought the kit also, you even bought 2 right? It's a lot of fun...that's what rocks, it's fun especially when you're with some young kid you met on the street playing with you and your r/c

It's fun playing r/c's no matter what the performance is! But it's better if it's fast because you dont want to be humiliated right?
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Old 09-25-2001, 08:34 AM   #45
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yeah mailbox is right...RC is to have fun....you take away the fun and our hobby wont be a hobby anymore....

I hope to see you on track soon...I plan to race soon...
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