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Old 10-08-2012, 11:33 PM   #2101
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What is a good dog bone replacement
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3racing universals are pretty decent.
if your drifting and want a wider steering angle, try an overseas company called broadtech.

also i may have a few i need to get rid of, if you want some for cheap.
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Old 10-10-2012, 08:14 PM   #2103
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Tons of questions, one Anyone have the 3 racing chassis conversion? How do you like it, two I got a 200mm body (celica gt) and I want the rims to actually sit somewhat flush. I was thinking like a 8.5 mm offset. Also, blew my esc. What would a CHEAP brush-less replacement be? I am new to the drift scene been into off road majority, so any help is appreciated!
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Old 10-18-2012, 08:32 PM   #2104
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For me, the conversion is awesome. I followed jhwnissian's lead and used the FF03 spur adpt. to gear the car down to an FDR of 3.86 (52 spur/35 pin.). Using a 21.5T motor, I can hit speeds of 31mph. Works really well with the 3Racing solid axle on the back and front one-way axles. Only drawback is the the .6mod gears make the car sound like a diesel truck!
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:04 AM   #2105
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For me, the conversion is awesome. I followed jhwnissian's lead and used the FF03 spur adpt. to gear the car down to an FDR of 3.86 (52 spur/35 pin.). Using a 21.5T motor, I can hit speeds of 31mph. Works really well with the 3Racing solid axle on the back and front one-way axles. Only drawback is the the .6mod gears make the car sound like a diesel truck!
I was looking and the motor adjustment is like a slide style correct? Also, .6 mod that is just the stock style gears correct?
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I picked up a set of four universals off a seller on eBay some time agio that worked perfectly. Not CVD's, but almost as good and much less expensive.
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I was looking and the motor adjustment is like a slide style correct? Also, .6 mod that is just the stock style gears correct?
That is correct, the motor mount is designed using the slide style and the 0.6mod style are the stock style gears.
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Old 10-19-2012, 06:50 PM   #2108
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So Steve m how are those gears holding up for ya ? Did the ff-03 mod eat any gears ?
Should I change the friction shocks out ? I only run on carpet
Would jaco blues tires help on carpet or is their a better choice?
Besides bearings and drive shaft what other mod should I do for carpet racing?
Thanks for any help
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That is correct, the motor mount is designed using the slide style and the 0.6mod style are the stock style gears.
Alright, and are there stock gears on yours? That Pinion is HUGE
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Alright, and are there stock gears on yours? That Pinion is HUGE
Actually, I am running the Tamiya High-Speed 52T Spur Gear for F201 and HPI's 35T pinion which is huge... LoL. Been debating on if I should try Robinson's Racing 48 pitch spurs and pinions. What's the current setup of your car?
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Actually, I am running the Tamiya High-Speed 52T Spur Gear for F201 and HPI's 35T pinion which is huge... LoL. Been debating on if I should try Robinson's Racing 48 pitch spurs and pinions. What's the current setup of your car?
The current setup, well it's on three separate pieces lol. I was running I believe the stock spur and an 18t, with a 19tx2 motor. She drifted beautiful and never got hot. The chassis on the diff case cracked so I thought to get the 3 racing conversion.
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Actually, I am running the Tamiya High-Speed 52T Spur Gear for F201 and HPI's 35T pinion which is huge... LoL. Been debating on if I should try Robinson's Racing 48 pitch spurs and pinions. What's the current setup of your car?
what spur can i use from Robinson's Racing? I got a TT01 stock, would like high rpm
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what you mean? if you use the ff-03 mod you can use a lot of gears
48p or 64p

dzinehaus most of the guys like to use the 64p cuzz they are smaller
and you dont have to cut up the case

Im putting a 58516 chassis together and would like to know how well the stock slicks work?

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what you mean? if you use the ff-03 mod you can use a lot of gears
48p or 64p

dzinehaus most of the guys like to use the 64p cuzz they are smaller
and you dont have to cut up the case

Im putting a 58516 chassis together and would like to know how well the stock slicks work?
The TT01 spurs are shaped to fit a TT01 they are not shaped like a standard spur gear that you would use on other cars. They are made specifically for the TT01. If you look at a TT01 spur gear and a standard spur gear you'll see the difference. Companies like 3Racing make other gears for the TT01. The differential set up is different than an FF03, TA05, etc.
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