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Old 01-06-2010, 02:38 AM   #1726
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Hello , Where do you all play ??
i playing tt01
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Old 01-07-2010, 11:07 PM   #1727
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hey guys.
just curious, wat do you guys think bout my tto1
oh and i had that p7 ball issue too. replaced the ball. i was the one at that one past weekend i think stichy lent me a p7 ball," thanks sticthy you saved my day)

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Old 01-08-2010, 02:54 AM   #1728
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to those using the 3racing conversion kit, did the conversion eliminate the propeller shaft wobble?

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Old 01-08-2010, 05:53 PM   #1729
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hi all. i'm building up a tt-01r and needed help with which brushless system to get. i'm not gonna be racing this thing, just parking lot bashing. I've been doing some research and noticed that a lot of people are running the ezrun combo. I was originally gonna go with the novak havoc system, but had read all sorts of horror stories on this forum. I am looking for something comparable to a modified stock brushed motor (19t i believe). I've been told that the 13t brushless is equivalent. So which system should i get? the 13t ezrun combo or the 13.5t ezrun combo? OR if there is any other brushless systems you'd recommend, that'd be great. My budget is around 150. Thanks in advance!

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Old 01-08-2010, 07:09 PM   #1730
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Take a look at the ezrun systems on Nitrorcx.com. Their prices are good.
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Old 01-08-2010, 08:35 PM   #1731
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get the 13.5t for sure, you'll wanna get the systems with .5 because they have full 540 rotors rather than 380. more torque. i am VERY happy with my system. hey mytt01, whats with the different tyres on each side?
i just got a castle sidewinder system 4600kv, very quick, but the brake and the drag brake are seriously poor, i don't have a PC, only mac, so i am unable to update it.
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Old 01-09-2010, 02:11 PM   #1732
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get the 13.5t for sure, you'll wanna get the systems with .5 because they have full 540 rotors rather than 380. more torque. i am VERY happy with my system. hey mytt01, whats with the different tyres on each side?
i just got a castle sidewinder system 4600kv, very quick, but the brake and the drag brake are seriously poor, i don't have a PC, only mac, so i am unable to update it.
oh i just swapped out one side of the car to my dish wheels. and how come you didnt get the novak gtb spec or pro? i have the 8.5 and man that thing flies. what i do is on my transmitter i have a epa setting(end point adjustment). max is 140% which is the full potential of my 8.5 and if i just tone it down to 115% it is equivalent to a 10.5(im just guessing) but what im trying to say is that i can make my 8.5 go as fast as a 10.5 13.5 or a 17.5. i like doing that becuase when i race i always turn it down to a 10.5. im not sure if you or anyone else likes to do that but i really like that setting. oh and the braking on the gtb is great!!
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Old 01-16-2010, 06:39 PM   #1733
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Does anyone have a decent set-up for a TT01 type E ?

I just bought a TT01R type E and wanted a baseline set-up to start.
It will have a 27 turns motor.


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Old 01-16-2010, 07:43 PM   #1734
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I have a question i just want to know if the 3racing m chassis makes the tt01 have a smaller wheel base?
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Old 01-18-2010, 08:23 AM   #1735
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I have a question i just want to know if the 3racing m chassis makes the tt01 have a smaller wheel base?
Yes, shorter and narrower than the stock 1:10 TT01. About the same width as the Tamiya Mini.
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Old 01-19-2010, 05:16 AM   #1736
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Yes, shorter and narrower than the stock 1:10 TT01. About the same width as the Tamiya Mini.
Do you know if the Tamiya Mini Bodies fit? Need any adaptation?
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Old 01-24-2010, 05:17 AM   #1737
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Does anyone have a decent set-up for a TT01 type E ?

I just bought a TT01R type E and wanted a baseline set-up to start.
It will have a 27 turns motor.


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Starteur - I ran my TT01E all summer in parking lot races with the 25/55 gear ratio, Tamiya yellow springs all around, HPI X-pattern pro compound tires, Tamiya plastic oil shocks ( I'll have to check my notes for the oil I used), the shock position in the front was the inside position, and the shock position in the rear was the outside position. It handled very well. The X-pattern pro's were great.
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A question about LIPO conversion

A friend of mine suggests that I cut the "ribs" of the place where the battery would go (to flat it out).He says that the vibrations caused by those ribs could damage the battery. I have a normal 7,4 LIPO (not hardcase)

Do you think this is necessary?
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A question about LIPO conversion

A friend of mine suggests that I cut the "ribs" of the place where the battery would go (to flat it out).He says that the vibrations caused by those ribs could damage the battery. I have a normal 7,4 LIPO (not hardcase)

Do you think this is necessary?
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