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Old 09-16-2013, 05:38 AM   #2506
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What are those super slim wheels i see people using? are they just for show purposes?
They are setup wheels, for clear adjustment of camber mainly.
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:10 AM   #2507
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Finished my tamiya m05 pro prolly the most difficult to wire tuck





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looks good, i've drilled some holes from the side under the servo to put the wires through just to see less wires. I also removed the handles on top of the chassis.
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Old 09-21-2013, 11:20 AM   #2509
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cant not tcs legal
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:40 PM   #2510
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cant not tcs legal
Well get the wireless connection...lol
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The wheel nuts, body post holders, and the paint are also NOT TCS LEGAL !!! I don't see anything tcs legal in none of thr minis here...lol... I'll race for fun only ! No tcs for me...lol...
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The wheel nuts, body post holders, and the paint are also NOT TCS LEGAL !!! I don't see anything tcs legal in none of thr minis here...lol... I'll race for fun only ! No tcs for me...lol...
Those you named can be elminitate/changed real easy... drilling the chassis would be a nightmare...
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Old 09-23-2013, 02:56 PM   #2513
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Out of curiosity, why would those parts not be TCS legal?
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They are not tcs legal because they are alloy Parts(upgrades)..... The paint does not seem to be tamiya paint either... You need to use tamiya paint, oil, grease, cleaner, steel, and design......
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They are not tcs legal because they are alloy Parts(upgrades)..... The paint does not seem to be tamiya paint either... You need to use tamiya paint, oil, grease, cleaner, steel, and design......
According to TCS rules hop up parts are fine as long as it's made by Tamiya and used in the way it was met to be and installed on the vehicle it was meant for. There is nothing in the rules that says that you have to use Tamiya paint, just that the body has to be a Tamiya body, painted and cut along the trim lines. It is also allowed to use non Tamiya screws and turnbuckles unless you are going to Japan for the Tamiya World Championship. The chassis hole drilling/modifying is not TCS legal though.
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The wheel nuts, body post holders, and the paint are also NOT TCS LEGAL !!! I don't see anything tcs legal in none of thr minis here...lol... I'll race for fun only ! No tcs for me...lol...
the wheel nuts are tamiya M05 PRO come with it in the box, the body post holder is Tamiya, my paint is Tamiya(brilliant blue).


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ladies whilst i dont want to be a kill joy

but this is a thread about tidy wiring not tamiyas
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What are those super slim wheels i see people using? are they just for show purposes?
Isn't this a thread about tidy wiring, not wheels?
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Isn't this a thread about tidy wiring, not wheels?
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Went to all tamiya sold my tc6.1 and atomic vm2

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