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Old 10-13-2009, 03:08 PM   #1
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Default 3racing TT01 to M03 conversion

Hi guys,

I'm currently running a M04M Roadster, that i have another active thread on trying to calm down it's handling (thanks again Jam-ehz).

As this is approaching the same problem but from an entirely different angle i felt i'd get better responses if i started a new thread.

Sooooo i'm not really bothered about what chassis i have underneath, I simply want:
Chassis that fits my M04M Roadster shell
Fast but still controllable
Handles well enough for bashing (no intentions of racing)

After some searching i came across the 3racing TT01 to M03 conversion.
As this is adjustable in wheelbase from 210mm to 224mm it's close enough.

A few questions though please.
1/ What's the width?
2/ Anyone running this conversion, if so is it any good?
3/ Up to what sort of motor kv does it support?
4/ There seems a hell of a lot of different TT01/TT-01 versions out there, could someone please give me a run up of what's what.
5/ What parts are transferable from my M04M?

Any other advice or experiences with the kit much appreciated.

HB Cyclone (WCE Exotek) x 2, Pro3 (Penguin chassis), Pro4, M-04M (Eunos Roadster)
Losi MRC, Axial XR-10
ERevo Erbe, HPI Firestorm (Nitro), Blitz,

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