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Old 02-16-2015, 08:03 AM   #2431
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Lock rear dif, fit drift tires, and PRACTICE.

Front spool diff will help marginally. Stay away from steering and drive train mods to start with, does not add anything on a TT-01.

Oh, and either go back to brushed (you don't need heaps of power, it will only break parts) like a Carson Cup Machine, or use a SENSORED brushless. Sensorless is quite jibbery on pick-up of power, while you want smooth pick-up.

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Lock rear dif, fit drift tires, and PRACTICE.

Front spool diff will help marginally. Stay away from steering and drive train mods to start with, does not add anything on a TT-01.

Oh, and either go back to brushed (you don't need heaps of power, it will only break parts) like a Carson Cup Machine, or use a SENSORED brushless. Sensorless is quite jibbery on pick-up of power, while you want smooth pick-up.

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thanks i do have a sensored bl system in it now .
where can i find the front spool and rear locker
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Old 02-16-2015, 07:09 PM   #2434
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what is the pitch of the stock tamiya spur gears. i cant find that info anywhere
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Old 02-21-2015, 09:53 AM   #2435
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what is the pitch of the stock tamiya spur gears. i cant find that info anywhere
0.6 you can find extra pinions using the HPI E10
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Old 02-21-2015, 10:09 AM   #2436
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Questions?? TT-02 Diff gears ?

Hi i know this is the TT01 forum, But i am looking for metal gears fot my tt02. I really am looking for steel bevel gears any ideas on this? Thank you
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The only metal gears available for the 01 and 02 are the pinion. No need for any others. You'll tear the chassis up before you brake the plastic gears. I use the 02 difs and gears in my 01, except for the spur.

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0.6 you can find extra pinions using the HPI E10
I had ordered tamiya 50356 will this one work
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I had ordered tamiya 50356 will this one work
I just looked them up and yes they should. You can use up to the 23t or 24t pinion with the stock spur. I have a 28t 0.6p pinion with the 3 racing 53t spur if that's an option you want to pursue 👍👍
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Do the 53871 shocks fit ok on a TT-01 ?
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53871 are not shocks.

53571 are. Look like a really old part.

Probably fit fine.
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53871 are not shocks.

53571 are. Look like a really old part.

Probably fit fine.
I was wrong I meant. 53571
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The 53571 are still available
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Here's what I did, posted a few pages back:

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Also good springs and dampers (84318) make a difference, though not in rolling resistance.

I don't use a silver can but close; a Cup Machine is mandatory in the class I drive. I degrease the motor using brake cleaner and compressed air, and relube with a few drops of the same oil on the bushes. A squirt of WD40 inside on the brushes will also help marginally.

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Hugo, I just bought a used TT-01D Type E. It's missing quite for things (motor, motor mount, D parts, body post, motor pinion, turnbuckle wrench, esc) for $40US.

You sanded down the bevel gears in the diff?
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Hey All, do you think a 10 year old kid could put together a TT01 kit? If not, whats a good first TC for a 10 year old?
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