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Old 04-26-2007, 03:24 AM   #256
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does a TT-01 has a ball diff or gear diff
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Old 04-26-2007, 03:52 AM   #257
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does a TT-01 has a ball diff or gear diff
Stock TT01 has bevel-gear diff. There is ball diff and one-way as option parts.
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Old 04-26-2007, 06:18 PM   #258
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Stock TT01 has bevel-gear diff. There is ball diff and one-way as option parts.
ok thanks do you guys usually use the stock bevel gear diff or you change it to a ball diff thinking of getting a TT-01R so sorry for a lot of questions
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ok thanks do you guys usually use the stock bevel gear diff or you change it to a ball diff thinking of getting a TT-01R so sorry for a lot of questions
If you're into racing, then ball diff will have better handling. TT01R stock is also gear diff.
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Old 04-26-2007, 10:39 PM   #260
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Hey just wanted to know, the TT-01's tie rod are the turnbuckles 18mm?

And with the adjustable arms are they also 18mm turnbuckles or 10mm?

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Hey just wanted to know, the TT-01's tie rod are the turnbuckles 18mm?

And with the adjustable arms are they also 18mm turnbuckles or 10mm?

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Tie-rod and upper arm turnbuckles are the same size but I did not know whether it's 10mm or 18mm. I think should be 10mm.
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Old 04-27-2007, 07:33 PM   #262
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lrp buggy special what go's faster than it

but without going above a 540 size motor

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Old 04-28-2007, 02:46 AM   #263
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lrp buggy special what go's faster than it
Almost every motor is faster, the LRP Buggy Special is not a fast motor.
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If you're into racing, then ball diff will have better handling. TT01R stock is also gear diff.
ok thanks again so ball diff it is
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Old 04-29-2007, 07:23 PM   #265
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whats the best 540 size motor u can get in speed
and in endurance
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Old 04-29-2007, 10:11 PM   #266
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One of my TT-01's...

Calsonic Skyline body
Rear ball diff
Front one-way
Aluminum center drive shaft
Universal shafts - front and rear
Adjustable upper suspension arms
Aluminum steering arms.
CF upper chassis plate.
Front/rear sway bars
Drift Spec tires
Aluminum heat sink
Novak SS+/5800kv
Bearings throughout...
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Old 04-30-2007, 05:10 AM   #267
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Tie-rod and upper arm turnbuckles are the same size but I did not know whether it's 10mm or 18mm. I think should be 10mm.
Sweet thanks.

Now anyone know if there 10mm or 18mm?

I wana blue bling my turnbuckles.
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Old 04-30-2007, 06:42 AM   #268
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quote....to get the speed you need to work wih the gearing. 55Spur and 25 pinion in a TT01 will yield the best results with a 540 motor, even better with a Sport tuned. just make sure you monitor the motor temps though, you don't want the motor to run too hot.

the sport tuned(rs-540) would that be the better motor to run in a tt-01 with that gearing? if you a motor with lower turns would it also help?
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Can anyone here tell me the exact weight of the ball diff 53663? Is it lighter than the stock gear diff? I see there are outdrives included with it. Are those the same as 53806? I use the TA04 universal shafts. Do those fit in the drive cups?

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Some explanation:
I use my TT01 in the Tamiya Euro Cup Series. There's a "Gentlemen Class" for drivers that are at least 30 years old. The only chassis in this class is the TT01 with pretty much any hopup from Tamiya allowed. Body has to be touring car from the real German touring car series (DTM), Motor is the Carson Cup Machine (about 8$), tires are Type A from Tamiya (53433).

We also used the chassis during the 24HR race at the track in Sinzig. Last year we reached a distance of 497 miles (winning team did 546 miles).
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