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Old 08-17-2013, 08:07 AM   #151
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I have spoke to guys at my local club and they are running 3.9 FDR in 17.5 can the TT02 do this?
The lowest i can go with only using tamiya spur/pinions is 4.68 (90T spur with a 50T pinion).
If you want to go lower in FDR then you need to modify the motor cover to be able to mount the large pinions.
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Old 08-17-2013, 10:00 AM   #152
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I have got 4.35 by doing this.

http://www.thercracer.com/2013/07/ho...inky-with.html

I have got the adjustable mount from Yeah Racing now so will see if I can go lower
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Old 08-17-2013, 02:32 PM   #153
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At our club we have a large carpet track (30mx12m) and the guys with a TT-01 chassis are running 58T spur with a 24T pinion.
Is almost equal to a 64T spur with a 26T or 27T pinion in a TT-02 chassis.
I never cut the body posts down, this wil protect the roof of the car when the car is upside down cause of a crash.
Thanks a lot for the heads up man, cheers...
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:59 AM   #154
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I have got 4.35 by doing this.

http://www.thercracer.com/2013/07/ho...inky-with.html

I have got the adjustable mount from Yeah Racing now so will see if I can go lower
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At our club we have a large carpet track (30mx12m) and the guys with a TT-01 chassis are running 58T spur with a 24T pinion.
Is almost equal to a 64T spur with a 26T or 27T pinion in a TT-02 chassis.
I never cut the body posts down, this wil protect the roof of the car when the car is upside down cause of a crash.
Hi guys,

i'm now trying to get some pinions and spurs, just wanna know with your above combos, do i just need the spurs and pinions(without the tamiya speed gear set) and use stock everything without mod to fit the gears in or i still need other parts to achieve these combos? And will it be the same if the gears are not tamiya brand?

Btw, what dp should the gears be, 48 or 64?

Thanks a lot in advance guys.

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Old 08-22-2013, 09:34 AM   #155
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Hi guys,

i'm now trying to get some pinions and spurs, just wanna know with your above combos, do i just need the spurs and pinions(without the tamiya speed gear set) and use stock everything without mod to fit the gears in or i still need other parts to achieve these combos? And will it be the same if the gears are not tamiya brand?

Btw, what dp should the gears be, 48 or 64?

Thanks a lot in advance guys.
Anyone please?
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Old 08-22-2013, 10:01 AM   #156
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I'm Always using tamiya pinions/spurs.
The only thing you need for being able to use the smaller spurs and larger pinions is the high speed gear set.
You are able to use the kit supplied motormount, but you need to check out the position of the motor on the motormount to have the correct gear mesh.
I'm Always using the 04 pinion/spurs, don't know what's the same when using the 48 or 64 pitch pinions/spurs.

Hope this helps
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I'm Always using tamiya pinions/spurs.
The only thing you need for being able to use the smaller spurs and larger pinions is the high speed gear set.
You are able to use the kit supplied motormount, but you need to check out the position of the motor on the motormount to have the correct gear mesh.
I'm Always using the 04 pinion/spurs, don't know what's the same when using the 48 or 64 pitch pinions/spurs.

Hope this helps
Thanks a lot for the heads up man, actually that's also my question about the differences(or maybe other way to call it?) between the 04/06 and 48/64. Maybe i'll get those gears and see if they fit right, cheers
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Old 08-23-2013, 11:51 AM   #158
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Greetings!

I am new to this thread and i am looking for some advice on my TT02 swing shafts. My dog bone is always coming off when i run into some humps or bumps. One guy gave me an advice to change my swing shaft into so it wont come off easily. But upon looking on the market, there are still no available swing shafts for TT02. Can I use tt01 universal swing shaft on my tt02? Will there be no problems? What should I get? I am new to this hobby and any help will be highly appreciated.

Thanks guys!
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Greetings!

I am new to this thread and i am looking for some advice on my TT02 swing shafts. My dog bone is always coming off when i run into some humps or bumps. One guy gave me an advice to change my swing shaft into so it wont come off easily. But upon looking on the market, there are still no available swing shafts for TT02. Can I use tt01 universal swing shaft on my tt02? Will there be no problems? What should I get? I am new to this hobby and any help will be highly appreciated.
Thanks guys!

If you want to change the stock dog bones into universals you need the following items. (all tamiya parts)
53792 TT-01/TA04 universal shaft set
54477 TT-02 Gearbox Joint for Universal Shaft (2pieces)
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If you want to change the stock dog bones into universals you need the following items. (all tamiya parts)
53792 TT-01/TA04 universal shaft set
54477 TT-02 Gearbox Joint for Universal Shaft (2pieces)
Thank you very much for answering sir! =)
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Thank you very much for answering sir! =)
No problem, glad i can be helpfull
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Old 09-01-2013, 04:21 PM   #162
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Hi I'm new here. I'm also a bit of a novice in the RC world.

So I just picked up a TT-02, built it and test drove it, I'm running it stock except for the motor/esc which is a 6000kv 5.5T motor and 60A esc, it seems to understeer ALOT, is this because of the standard friction shocks? or my driving
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All cars with a 5.5 will under steer on power

Getting a nice set of adjustable shocks, with some soft (say 40wt front, 35wt rear oil). Tamiya blue springs front and yellow rear.

For more turn in move the front shocks to the inner holes if you don't already have them.
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Thank's heaps for that, a set of proper shocks is first on my shopping list, then ball bearings.
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Old 09-07-2013, 05:35 AM   #165
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I've been using the adjustable motor mount for some time now, its very good and it makes me feel like my TT02 is much more usable at the track. I took it for a large race instead of my 417 (As an experiment) and it went really quite well.

Although I did break a front upright (But it was doing 40mph into a load of track hose).

Here is the review

http://www.thercracer.com/2013/09/ye...tor-mount.html
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