Originally posted by RetroTamiya
I think you should get the Tamiya Dyna Run Super Touring if the track is tight and small. It is the most efficient of all the motors.
Here is the specs:
Dyna Run Super Touring 13X2
New Super Modified 11X3 ( if I am not mistaken )
Acto Power 16T if I am not mistaken
Type T 23T closed endbell
I can't remember which particular stock motor is able to turn the endbell. If I am not wrong it is the Type R. We use Type T for TCS race in Singapore and it is quite fast and efficient I might say.
I read the rules and regulations in the latest Sept RACING LINES magazine and I notice that the rules are pretty flexible. Well actually it all depends on which class you wanna join.
The Super Modified is an 11x1... I know this for certain after buying one for the Australian TCS...
I ended up 11th (offfically, but won't talk about that) and I am pretty certain I was first TA03... the car was faster than the result sounds but I had a lot of problems with a one way diff that took Me a little while to find... 4 qualifiers to be exact
I know that if I could've found the problem earlier and adjusted the car properly using normal front diff it was definitly A-main material
I am now considering turning My TA03RTRF into a F... I need more steering and this is the easiest way I can think of to get it and have adjustability... I have all the parts already... will let people know how it goes