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Old 10-26-2006, 03:03 AM   #196
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New to this thread, I've posted some pictures of a TT01 Rally mod as well as a TT01 Buggy and TT01 MT Mod (Just with RC10 MT wheels).

Let me know what you think.

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Old 10-27-2006, 06:48 PM   #197
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Added some more interior pictures of the buggy mod in the same thread as a/m.

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Old 11-03-2006, 09:20 AM   #198
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Aloha all, would anyone have a good starting point on setup for my son's new TT-01R. It has trf shocks and the carbon upperdeck, we plan on running in the TCS with the silver can motor. any help would be great.
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Aloha all, would anyone have a good starting point on setup for my son's new TT-01R. It has trf shocks and the carbon upperdeck, we plan on running in the TCS with the silver can motor. any help would be great.
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What class of TCS? The SPEC class is very limited in rules and hop-ups for the TT-01. (stock gearing, tires, etc)

A good base point is box stock, drive it and then make corrections depending on the handling characteristics of the car. Different tires, inserts, track surface, and track temperature will have an effect also.
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What class of TCS? The SPEC class is very limited in rules and hop-ups for the TT-01. (stock gearing, tires, etc)

A good base point is box stock, drive it and then make corrections depending on the handling characteristics of the car. Different tires, inserts, track surface, and track temperature will have an effect also.
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Remember that different bodies will make the car handle different also. General rule of thumb is to run the toe-in rear uprights for hi speed stabililty entering the turn. Use yellow springs all around as a base point, check the camber of the tires with a camber gauge or just look at how they are wearing out.

Small adjustments in increments and you should be fine!
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Old 02-05-2007, 05:37 AM   #202
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Does anyone know why the spur and pinion always strip? Managed to strip 3 spurs and 2 pinions in less than an hour!?
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Don't strip in my experience.

What motor/hop-up setup are you using?
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Does anyone know why the spur and pinion always strip? Managed to strip 3 spurs and 2 pinions in less than an hour!?
Check your motor mount chart for correct mounting position if you're changing your gear ratio. Normally strips only occur when the "mesh" are not correct. Hope this help.
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I am going to run my TT-01 in the Mt Laurel (parking lot) TCS this year in the Spec or GT class (probably spec). Can someone give me a starting point for the set up?

I have been running this in a local spec class where we must run it box stock on carpet with rubber...lots of fun.

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Attached is the pictures of my TT01 R-Spec. I will race this car at Tamiya Asia Cup '07. Stock TT01 class.
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Some more pictures.
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Hi Benny, great car.. wish you good luck.. is that too much clearence dissappeared with alu.steering linkage set?

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Hi Benny, great car.. wish you good luck.. is that too much clearence dissappeared with alu.steering linkage set?

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Thanks. Do you mean that the steering set will reduce the freeplay on the steering? If yes, it did make a big difference. Couple with the steering turnbuckle set with a little bit toe-out with give you very good straightline stability.
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Default Carpet Tyre selection

Hi Guys, can anyone help me out about some tyre issue. As I've mentioned, I will participate in TAC '07 which is a indoor with carpet surface. Kindly share with me your experience which tyre type i.e. slick, semi-slick or radial will give better traction on new carpet? Also, what insert combination. The reason I ask this is to reduce my cost for having too many tyre sets. Thanks in advance.
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