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Old 08-16-2010, 01:36 PM   #901
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The DTM TT was not front-wheel-drive... it was rear-wheel drive. It was originaly released on the TA-04SS chassis which has a short wheelbase which is ever so slightly different to the FF-03 medium wheelbase (247mm vs. 245mm)

I have no insight whatsoever on what Tamiya plan to do but I would be surprised to see that shell re-released for the FF-03.

i still want it.. lol
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Old 08-16-2010, 04:55 PM   #902
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i still want it.. lol
i have a suzuki sx4.. want that?
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Old 08-16-2010, 07:37 PM   #903
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i still want it.. lol
dont think you can camp in one of those "Mr i need better care packages, so i must prestege "
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Old 08-16-2010, 07:55 PM   #904
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Ok, did I miss something in the fine print, or did the TCS National rules recommend 80/54? How in the heck do you fit the 54 pinion on the motor? Mine is hitting the motor screws when I try to install it. I guess it's time to find some panhead screws for the motor or something along those lines. What motor screws do you guys use to clear the big cog pinions?
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Old 08-16-2010, 08:17 PM   #905
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Ok, did I miss something in the fine print, or did the TCS National rules recommend 80/54? How in the heck do you fit the 54 pinion on the motor? Mine is hitting the motor screws when I try to install it. I guess it's time to find some panhead screws for the motor or something along those lines. What motor screws do you guys use to clear the big cog pinions?
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Thanks O. I see another trip to the habit shack in my future!

Finally got mine pretty much together. Still need to adjust the motor/gears and figure out where to mount the PT and such, but here it is........
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Hard Coated Ldler Gear 27T

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Thanks O. I see another trip to the habit shack in my future!

Finally got mine pretty much together. Still need to adjust the motor/gears and figure out where to mount the PT and such, but here it is........
Also.. when you buy the Aluminum Spur adapter.. You get 4 of those superlow profile phillips head screws... Only really need two for the Spur Gear.. Other two could be use for the Motor.. They are a little short, but you get a good 3 threads of engagement.

I mounted my PT on the side of my Reciever.

good looking P'orche ya got there.. should be slinging paint on mine this week..
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Hey there I am trying to order one of these from you but your website will not let me input my information in the login screen or the new customer screen. what is with that?
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hi, i am really interested in buying this kit and saw the video of the blue porsche, it looked awsome, any tips for me so the car can handle like that, i will be using the tamiya black can motor, also i read a few posts ago, some one was asking wether the tamiya wrc corolla body will fit or work with this kit, it has a wheelbase of 237mm, ant info will help, thanks in advance to all that help
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Anyone get ahold of the 3racing Idler gear yet, or running any other? Updates.

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# Racing not released yet.

Another company with parts coming are Yeah Racing. Heaps of graphite parts incl full chassis and a complete gear set made from Dupont 500 plastic
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