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Old 04-05-2013, 06:26 AM   #2221
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is there a bigger pinion that you can run other then a 22t with the stock spur gear and stock motor mount?
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is there a bigger pinion that you can run other then a 22t with the stock spur gear and stock motor mount?
Which Spur is stock? My TT-01E Type R came with three.

Most at our track run the 28 tooth pinion with the 55 spur. The 29 is too large.
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Which Spur is stock? My TT-01E Type R came with three.

Most at our track run the 28 tooth pinion with the 55 spur. The 29 is too large.
61t spur
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Old 04-05-2013, 12:36 PM   #2224
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whats the difference between using a 55 spur / 25T vs 58 spur / 25T set up ?
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whats the difference between using a 55 spur / 25T vs 58 spur / 25T set up ?
55t / 25t = 5.72 FDR
58t / 25t = 6.03 FDR
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whats the difference between using a 55 spur / 25T vs 58 spur / 25T set up ?
the 55T spur will give you a slightly higher top speed
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the 55T spur will give you a slightly higher tops speed
And less acceleration.

A smaller spur = more top speed
A bigger spur = more acceleration.
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thanks for the responses
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If you go to the Tower listing of the car on the page you sited, it's 190MM.

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXCVNP&P=OW
The wheelbase is 257mm, the 190mm you've mention is the width of the body.
190mm wheelbase would be even smaller then a mini (that's 210mm)
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Only thing I need now is the motor. I can't wait to get some track time with it before the tcs race.
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Only thing I need now is the motor. I can't wait to get some track time with it before the tcs race.
Nice car TonyD.


Been lurking the forum for 3 months now and finally decided to join.
I am learning one step at a time and so far I am hooooooked


I bought two which should arrive Monday A TT01 and a TT01D.


The TT01 has a

TT01E Kit with Front Motor Conversion

-Lundsford Titanium Turnbuckles
-RPM Ball Cups
-Upgraded front CVD's
-Upgraded Propeller Shaft
-Active Hobby Countersteer Diff kit
-Ball Bearings throughout
-Tamiya Disk Brake/Intercooler accessories kit

The TT01D is stock.



I don't know too much about the hopups on the first one but I was hoping you guys could shed some light.
Should I remove any of the mods? perhaps overkill for a noob?



Thanks and I hope to stick around for a long time
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Nice car TonyD.


Been lurking the forum for 3 months now and finally decided to join.
I am learning one step at a time and so far I am hooooooked


I bought two which should arrive Monday A TT01 and a TT01D.


The TT01 has a

TT01E Kit with Front Motor Conversion

-Lundsford Titanium Turnbuckles
-RPM Ball Cups
-Upgraded front CVD's
-Upgraded Propeller Shaft
-Active Hobby Countersteer Diff kit
-Ball Bearings throughout
-Tamiya Disk Brake/Intercooler accessories kit

The TT01D is stock.



I don't know too much about the hopups on the first one but I was hoping you guys could shed some light.
Should I remove any of the mods? perhaps overkill for a noob?



Thanks and I hope to stick around for a long time
I'm still new to the world of the TT-01 I'm learning as I go. Hope you enjoy your cars. Hope to run mine very soon.
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Nice car TonyD.


Been lurking the forum for 3 months now and finally decided to join.
I am learning one step at a time and so far I am hooooooked


I bought two which should arrive Monday A TT01 and a TT01D.


The TT01 has a

TT01E Kit with Front Motor Conversion

-Lundsford Titanium Turnbuckles
-RPM Ball Cups
-Upgraded front CVD's
-Upgraded Propeller Shaft
-Active Hobby Countersteer Diff kit
-Ball Bearings throughout
-Tamiya Disk Brake/Intercooler accessories kit

The TT01D is stock.



I don't know too much about the hopups on the first one but I was hoping you guys could shed some light.
Should I remove any of the mods? perhaps overkill for a noob?



Thanks and I hope to stick around for a long time
I would also do the shock upgrade. It will make the car handle way better.
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I would also do the shock upgrade. It will make the car handle way better.
Thanks Tony I appreciate it. I think I will move the shocks and motor over from the Dspec over to the Espec since it already has more hop ups.

Hopefully others can chime in as well.
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