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Old 12-25-2005, 04:30 AM   #46
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does anyone know the internal ratio of the TT-01?
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Angry Speed tuned gears!!!ARGHHH HELP PLEASE!

I want to put the speed tuned gear set on my TT01 for TCS but I cant seem to get the gears to mesh I have the 55 and 58 spurs and I was trying to mesh them up with the pinion and the pinion seems to small it is a 22t.Should I be moving up to a bigger pinion?I've also tried every position on the motor mount and nothing works.Also..How do I get the dogbones to stop popping out at every slight bump the car takes?I put in rubber O-rings but only 2,1 on each side but it is slowing the drive a little
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DId you follow the instructions on the motor mounting sheet that came with the speed tuned gears? I use a 55T spur and a 25T pinion. It should work out well. Make sure that hte motor is aligned with either the A,B,C or D position.

What dogbone do you use?
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Hi TT-01 guys,

Just to give some props to TT-01's, I drove my TT-01R to 2nd place in 540/ST class at our State Titles this weekend, powered with a sports tuned. I used a 58t/23t spurgear/pinion. Beat a field of TA-05's, and 1st place was a Xray FK05.

Absolutely solid all weekend, no breakages and consistent handling. looking forward to driving in the local Tamiya Cup races later this year, could be a winner!

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DId you follow the instructions on the motor mounting sheet that came with the speed tuned gears? I use a 55T spur and a 25T pinion. It should work out well. Make sure that hte motor is aligned with either the A,B,C or D position.

What dogbone do you use?

I got the gears new with no instructions and what is a,b,c,d? 19,20,21,22? I use the stock bones can't seem to find the uni's
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do you know what would benefit me best for my tt01 in your opinion ?ball diff?or front one way?I'd like to purchase one of these for tcs.
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I think 25T pinion works only with 55T Spur

61T Spur works with 19T, 20T, 21T and 22T pinions (motor mount screws must be in the right position).

58T spur works with 22, 23, 24, and 25T pinions.

Shoot me a PM with your email if you want the manuals of both TT-01R and TT-01 in pdf format, or google for it. It's available somewhere (legally free), but I forgot the website.
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does anyone know if the tb02 spurs are the same like tt01
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does anyone know if the tb02 spurs are the same like tt01
I think they're the same 55,58.
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How do I get the dogbones to stop popping out at every slight bump the car takes?I put in rubber O-rings but only 2,1 on each side but it is slowing the drive a little
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That's odd. You use the stock dog bones and outdrives right? Does it only happen on one side? Check if you've got all the bearings on the upright. Check for play in the outdrives.
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That's odd. You use the stock dog bones and outdrives right? Does it only happen on one side? Check if you've got all the bearings on the upright. Check for play in the outdrives.


yes it happens on one side only and they are stock.What should I do?I have tcs saturday and have to fix it quick thanks!
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Default Possible Fix to dogbone popping out

If you have the adjustable upper arm, put the stock upper a-arm back on in the front. One of the weaknesses of the adjustable upper arm is that it can flex and cause the dogbone to pop out.
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If you have the adjustable upper arm, put the stock upper a-arm back on in the front. One of the weaknesses of the adjustable upper arm is that it can flex and cause the dogbone to pop out.

Then I sacrifice losing my camber adjustment right?
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True, but you will finish the race. The tt01 in spec class goes so slowly that the camber adjustment isn't critical. The stock arm adjustment is negative 1 or 2 degrees which is fine.
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