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Old 11-20-2014, 06:46 PM   #556
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it is capable. but as with other classes (or kits), it's about proper maintenance of your car. and if you happen to compete in TCS races, you would come to know that there are lots of little things that other people do to their TT02s for it to be at a higher level than the 'normally' built TT02.
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Old 11-20-2014, 07:09 PM   #557
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Hey guys, it's all cool It's a great kit for the cost and serves my original objective as a gift for my lad. I can only imagine how fun and innovative the mods are in a TCS event say. I say it's underwhelming for it's vanilla build under the hood but hey the whole thing works well and that's the main thing. There are many things to admire in developing a design with limited budget/starter customers in mind. I also think it's great for my lad who's more interested in the numerous scale bodies available to us now! Cheers,
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Old 11-26-2014, 06:53 AM   #558
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Hi guys,

where can I find a TT02S-manual for download?

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I have found one.

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Old 12-01-2014, 01:29 PM   #560
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Could you provide a link please? Or set it up for download?

Much appreciated.

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Old 12-02-2014, 12:48 AM   #561
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drive.google.com/file/d/0B33MQNJ8cp4yVTEwUWNBZGpXYkk/view?usp=sharing
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Old 12-02-2014, 02:51 PM   #562
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Hi,
Does anyone know how I can create a wide angle steering for the tt02 rather than buying the kit from broadtech? Everywhere else is sold out and their delivery costs are expensive.
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Old 12-03-2014, 01:25 AM   #563
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Hey Jim,

I can't remember - Did you get the type S? If so the addition of some active hobby high angle steering arms (or similar - I think broadtech now has a high angle set) could give you more steering angle as I assume the type S lower arm / c hub design could accept more angle (have one on order, will compare and let you know).
(For clarification, the broadtech kit does not come with high angle steering arms - You need to get them separately to achieve max steering angle).

If you didn't get the type s, perhaps you could go through the above manual and look at what parts are needed to convert just the front to Type S spec - I think many of the parts are common with other tamiyas and should be readily available from selmwhere like banzai hobby.

Good luck - Lettuce know how you go.
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Old 12-24-2014, 02:35 PM   #564
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Sorry for the newbie question...does the TT-02 take a 190mm or 200mm body? Santa is bringing my 13-year old the Lexus Eneos kit for for Christmas and we wanted to save the stock body for the TCS series ��
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Sorry for the newbie question...does the TT-02 take a 190mm or 200mm body? Santa is bringing my 13-year old the Lexus Eneos kit for for Christmas and we wanted to save the stock body for the TCS series ��
They are 190mm
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Old 12-24-2014, 04:36 PM   #566
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Thank you.
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Been running the TT-02 now with a speed passion 17.5T MMM motor&Cirtix club stock ESC with blinky setup and the car runs really great, even against some TRF or Yokomo cars
Very smooth and well balanced, just need to find that extra punch.
Will try a smaller pinion and give more motor timing on the MMM speed passion motor, perhaps changing the sensorboard with more timing.
After about 10 minutes of driving the motor temperature is between 55C and 57C without a fan, wich is good.

Did some small modification to get extra steering angle, i did cut a small part from the steering stopper where the steering block hits at the end of it's steering end point. Just to give that extra degrees of steering angle, it worked well.

Will do some more testing to improve my fastest laptimes
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Old 01-09-2015, 05:35 AM   #568
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may I ask what is your spur and pinion combination?
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may I ask what is your spur and pinion combination?
I started with a 90T spur&43T pinion (FDR 5.44) with a fastest laptime of 12.5s with tamiya A-type tires and ended the training with a 90T spur&46T pinion (FDR 5.09) with a fastest laptime of 12.046s with tamiya C-type tires.
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Old 01-12-2015, 03:36 PM   #570
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Has anyone done an in-depth review on the TT02 type S yet? I've not seen much on the net including Youtube. I guess this version of the TT02 isn't in many people's hands yet outside of Japan. I'm sure something will appear soon, but I'm just not enjoying the wait.

Hint, hint...for thercracer.com

I'm looking for a VTA/USGT budget racer from a major company like Tamiya. I'm not interested in a TC4 (owned 2 already), Sakura (had 2 zeroes already), or Spec-R S2 (worried about parts support, honestly).
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