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Old 07-17-2007, 07:00 AM   #391
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Doesn't your MM strip your gears?...

Here's mine..already cleaned...but still....nice and dusty.

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Old 07-18-2007, 07:25 AM   #392
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Default Some videos of my TT-01 rally

My Rally videos.

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Old 07-18-2007, 02:45 PM   #393
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I want to upgrade from the standard shocks included in the kit. What shocks should I use, and where is a good place to order them?
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Old 07-19-2007, 12:24 AM   #394
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trf shocks are really good, i also use yokomo shocks on my tt-01 and like them better but thats just me.
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Old 07-19-2007, 12:42 AM   #395
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does anyone know how to get rid of the massive understeer that the tt01 has on an asphalt track.
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Old 07-20-2007, 11:41 AM   #396
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hi guys!
i bought a 25t av pinion gear (50477) and a metal motor mount for tt-01.
why i cant use my motor mount to my new pinion gear the head is big for the motor mount hole. did a purchase a wrong pinion gear?
please advice me. thanks
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Old 07-20-2007, 02:09 PM   #397
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The 25T pinion is ok. The problem is, it can only be used with the 58T or 55T spur gear (from the speed gear package). Included with the Tamiya aluminium motor mount is a table that shows what pinion/spur gear combinations are possible and the corresponding motor position A/B/C/D.

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Uhm, or do you mean you can't get the pinion through the motor mount hole??? Well, what about first screwing the motor mount to the motor and then attaching the pinion?
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Old 07-20-2007, 03:04 PM   #398
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does anyone know how to get rid of the massive understeer that the tt01 has on an asphalt track.
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you can try softening up your front springs or, you can play with your ackerman settings, what i did with mine is i mounted my ballstuds (if you have the adjustable tie rods installed screws if not) farther to the front of the car, this will give you excellent steering most probably than not you'll be having oversteer problems on this one but you can easily balance it out with suspension adjustments and radio settings.
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Old 07-20-2007, 09:11 PM   #399
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yup the head of the pinion is to big for the hole of motor mount.
if i screw the motor mount 1st, it will give me no space for screwing the pinion gear to tighten it. beacuse the motor mount covere the scew of the pinion gear.
i wondered how others can used the 25t pinion gear with this kind of situation.
i wish i can get some advice from you guys.
thank you for helping

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The 25T pinion is ok. The problem is, it can only be used with the 58T or 55T spur gear (from the speed gear package). Included with the Tamiya aluminium motor mount is a table that shows what pinion/spur gear combinations are possible and the corresponding motor position A/B/C/D.

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Uhm, or do you mean you can't get the pinion through the motor mount hole??? Well, what about first screwing the motor mount to the motor and then attaching the pinion?
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Ok, I see. You don't have to put the pinion all the way onto the motor shaft.
I push mine only so far that I can still tighten the pinion screw with the 1.5mm allen wrench. If you wish I can take a picture.
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i did it thanks! but i think i will go back to 19 pinion gear / 61 (instead of 25/55) reason its to much noise coming from my car, and it seem my motor is crying out loud

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Ok, I see. You don't have to put the pinion all the way onto the motor shaft.
I push mine only so far that I can still tighten the pinion screw with the 1.5mm allen wrench. If you wish I can take a picture.
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i did it thanks! but i think i will go back to 19 pinion gear / 61 (instead of 25/55) reason its to much noise coming from my car, and it seem my motor is crying out loud
mine is really quiet when i'm using the 25/55 gear combo. make sure you follow the motor mounting holes this will insure proper gear mesh.
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maybe i should re-assemble the gear of my car,
my suspect is my center shaft making noise, althou im using aluminum center shaft, maybe i should find aluminum cap for my center shaft.
do you think it could help? but universal cap shaft is not easy to find here, sigh!
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bro u shld redo ur gears make sure no damage on e gears.
and make sure the pinion position is e rite one.
any prob we can discuss on our tt01 meet on 4th aug
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maybe i should re-assemble the gear of my car,
my suspect is my center shaft making noise, althou im using aluminum center shaft, maybe i should find aluminum cap for my center shaft.
do you think it could help? but universal cap shaft is not easy to find here, sigh!
what you can do to prevent front and rear movement of the aluminum driveshaft is you can place orings on the drive cups, if not electric tape will also do, place them on both sides and that should fix your problem.
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