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Old 04-29-2010, 02:53 PM   #1801
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what motor? easy fix might be the aluminum center shaft.
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what motor? easy fix might be the aluminum center shaft.
im using speed passion drift master turbo.

is theres any solution for this?
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If you are running a faster motor than the stock silver can motor, the stock drive shaft will warp and bend.
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If you are running a faster motor than the stock silver can motor, the stock drive shaft will warp and bend.
all the option parts is installed on the car, even the alu drive shaft

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Drift parts
http://rcmarket.com.hk/product_info....oducts_id=8359
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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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by the way its full ball bearing also
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is the gear and pinion metal of plastic? wats the quality?
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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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is the car rtr by chance? and I know with mine I had to put mini o ring spacers in my shaft to stop vibration bc I have the aluminum Tamiya shaft and it was alil noisy and it helped. if that don't work check ur rear gear assembly. before I went ball bearing I have a bushing eat away part of the case. HOPEFULLY that's not your issue.
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also I was wondering what everyone uses for gearing and power plants?
I have the 17.5 novak havok for RCGT with 25t pinion an 55t spur. I still have a lot of low end and was wondering if anyone knew any more parts that could gear the TT-01 up without blowing gears
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try the 28 tooth pinion by HPI...look a few pages back
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try the 28 tooth pinion by HPI...look a few pages back
THANKS!! Ill give it a shot!
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If you are running a faster motor than the stock silver can motor, the stock drive shaft will warp and bend.
Well that's total balogna. My club uses black cans and I've tried my 13.5 in my TT01 and it was fine.
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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.

thanks
Hi Jay,

You seem to have a brushless system... is it sensorless?
If it is, the gear locking that you experience maybe cogging, very common on sensorless type BL motors.

There are some common causes for cogging:
- low Final drive ratio for motor and car wheight (high T pinions, low T spurs)... try to lower the pinion and check if it still happens
- battery has little discharge capacity (cannot give constant feed to what the motor requests)
- ESC programmed to Agreessive timing...


As for the center shaft vibration... check for play...
is it stock plastic? (may be weared as your motor has high RPM) (Ok forget this i saw you have alu parts)
tamiya alu Hopup parts? (try to put little o.ring in the drive shaft cups)

For example using shaft from tamiya and shaft cups from YR makes terrible shaft connection.

Hope this helps somehow.
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here u go enjoy =) i found that the 58t spur goes really well with the 23t pinion for racing, but i drift with tt01 now so i found that stock gearing is just fine as you need the torque
I know this was posted ages ago, but thanks for the chart.
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wow your correct, its the motor programed in aggressive setting.
and yes it is sensor less

thank you so much, i just make it to normal setup

so happy to drift sideways hard

heheheh

thank u again

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Hi Jay,

You seem to have a brushless system... is it sensorless?
If it is, the gear locking that you experience maybe cogging, very common on sensorless type BL motors.

There are some common causes for cogging:
- low Final drive ratio for motor and car wheight (high T pinions, low T spurs)... try to lower the pinion and check if it still happens
- battery has little discharge capacity (cannot give constant feed to what the motor requests)
- ESC programmed to Agreessive timing...


As for the center shaft vibration... check for play...
is it stock plastic? (may be weared as your motor has high RPM) (Ok forget this i saw you have alu parts)
tamiya alu Hopup parts? (try to put little o.ring in the drive shaft cups)

For example using shaft from tamiya and shaft cups from YR makes terrible shaft connection.

Hope this helps somehow.
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