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Old 04-19-2010, 01:23 AM   #1786
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Does anyone know a manufacturer or part number for a 28 tooth pinion that fits the TT-01? Thanks!
Kawada (Tamiya .6 Metric pitch)
http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/rc-mot...r-p-28180.html

Be carefull, most (non Tamiya) 1/10 cars use .48 pitch gears.
make sure you get the tamiya .6 pitch
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Old 04-19-2010, 08:00 AM   #1787
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HPI has several pinions of that pitch. The stock number for the 28 is HPI88028. So, you can get them from HPI or your local hobby shop.
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Old 04-19-2010, 09:59 AM   #1788
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Thanks guys, for all the replies. I got the HPI 28 tooth from Speedtech, works great!
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Old 04-20-2010, 07:54 AM   #1789
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I'm trying to reduce my steering slop in my TT01
Bought the yeah racing steering kit...and it's no good. Same as stock, and the screws needed are a piece of s....crap.
What's your opinion to make this better:
Alumminium tamiya steering set for TT01?
or convert to TT01-E with the tamiya plastic steering?
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Old 04-22-2010, 04:01 PM   #1790
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Robinson makes some metric pinions that work in my tt01

robinsonracing.com/catalog/32pitchpinion.html#metric
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Old 04-25-2010, 07:46 PM   #1791
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I am looking at picking up a new kit/rtr, I just sold both of my cars

What is the difference between the standard XB and XBS?

Tamiya states that the XBS uses a
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What is "Special" about this chassis?

XB - $250

XBS - $180
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Old 04-25-2010, 07:47 PM   #1792
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I'm trying to reduce my steering slop in my TT01
Bought the yeah racing steering kit...and it's no good. Same as stock, and the screws needed are a piece of s....crap.
What's your opinion to make this better:
Alumminium tamiya steering set for TT01?
or convert to TT01-E with the tamiya plastic steering?
Convert to Type E it eliminates most of the slop.
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Old 04-26-2010, 02:26 AM   #1793
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Convert to Type E it eliminates most of the slop.
thank you,

tt01es/XBS by the pictures at least looks like it has a new ESC.
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Old 04-26-2010, 11:02 AM   #1794
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thank you,

tt01es/XBS by the pictures at least looks like it has a new ESC.
Well the price is reduced, maybe this ESC is only stable with higher turn motors and conservative lipos.

There are two kits, the first released is the Mazda RX7 and second is the EVO X. I found them on Tamiya's web site and I wasn't able to get down to the Lifestyle Expo while at the Long Beach GP (I went to watch qualifying only) where I could have posed some of these questions.

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Hey everyone glad i found a TT-01 forum... shame I'm late LOL. I got the Yeah Racing kit. Does anyone have as many problems with the alloy parts bending with little ease like i do and the tie rods falling apart with little race bumps?
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Anybody been able to get more power on steering out of a TT-01? I am getting too much push out of the corner and through the sweepers. In off power tight turns the back drifts a bit, just enough to get good rotation, but I just can't accelerate out or hold a tight line in the wide turns. Any ideas on what to tweak?
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Hey everyone glad i found a TT-01 forum... shame I'm late LOL. I got the Yeah Racing kit. Does anyone have as many problems with the alloy parts bending with little ease like i do and the tie rods falling apart with little race bumps?
Got a friend with the yeah racing kit...the dog bones are fragile. They tend to bend.

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240Z...what tires do you use? Tried a TT01 with sweep tires, and they were amazing. It's anything related with the steering slop? Maybe getting a ballbearing rear differential.

My TT01 is with some problem now.....it turns more when turning left. If standing still and the fullthrottle with all steering to the left....it makes donuts....but if all turned right...it doesn't make donuts...it's going right and getting speed. any tips for what is causing this?
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Got a friend with the yeah racing kit...the dog bones are fragile. They tend to bend.
Lol! This is me ...

From YeahRacing i would buy almost nothing.

Dogbones are not biggest problem...
When i installed YR parts i noticed drastic reduction in vibration on high rpm, mainly because of the o-rings that go in the drive cups and wheelshafts (reducing play on the dogbone).
But YR wheelshafts (or anyother aluminium) is a big problem... They bend severely after the smallest bump on a sidewalk.
Tamiya Universals are the way to go for increased efficiency, durability and reduced vibration

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240Z...what tires do you use? Tried a TT01 with sweep tires, and they were amazing. It's anything related with the steering slop? Maybe getting a ballbearing rear differential.

My TT01 is with some problem now.....it turns more when turning left. If standing still and the fullthrottle with all steering to the left....it makes donuts....but if all turned right...it doesn't make donuts...it's going right and getting speed. any tips for what is causing this?
Check if the servo goes the same travel to left and right
I would say you have different EndPoints on your steering
Also check if you have the steering turnbuckles with same length left and right.
Also different camber on the rear left/right may affect this (i think)

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PS: i find 3Racing to have better hop-ups than YR. For example Suspension arms for the tt-01 have droop adjustability. Cool!
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PS: i find 3Racing to have better hop-ups than YR. For example Suspension arms for the tt-01 have droop adjustability. Cool!
LOL wish I went with 3racing now... sounds like I wouldn't have to keep putting the stock parts back on lol!
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i got a problem in my tt01, at full speed, there's a vibration on the center shaft, the car is brand new, at break also and apply power, there a gear sound and like gear locking,

do you have any solution for this.

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