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Old 01-22-2008, 03:22 AM   #691
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cheers for the help mate

Im running alloy lower arms all round, & i did have the TT01D parts for the stab mounts. with the rear though, im pretty sure that the stabilizers are only meant to be positioned in the one way. i have the rear bar fitted and the end of the bar is actually angled downward a little bit, whereas the front bar at the end is flat/horizontal. so i guess if i turn the front stab bar around the other way, it might actually work...
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Old 01-24-2008, 09:46 PM   #692
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Default Guys which gear set up is the highest the TT01 OR THE TB02?

Guys which gear set up is the highest the TT01 OR THE TB02?
Im tying to see if there are any gears suited for the tt01.
If you guys have some info if there are any company that is making compatible higher gears pls PM me. Thanks!
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Old 01-24-2008, 10:58 PM   #693
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Guys which gear set up is the highest the TT01 OR THE TB02?
Im tying to see if there are any gears suited for the tt01.
If you guys have some info if there are any company that is making compatible higher gears pls PM me. Thanks!
The TB-02 58T and 55T are the same as the TT-01 Gears, you can use the 52T.
for higher final ratios, with some modification to the chassis and gear cover (cutting a hole in the chassis), you can also use a DF02 67T - the DF02 70T will not fit.
There is a 62T and a 60T avaialable from Hobby save which require no mods.

Other options for lower final ratios include, Tamiya 53404 TB-01 88T (this is a 0.4 Module Gear - the TT-01 uses AV Gears - different sized teeth) I haven't done this one.

My solution for higher final ratios has been to make an additional Heatsink motor mount from a DF-03 Heatsink which enables me to slide the motor by 2 - 3 pinion sizes. It sandwiches between the motor and the normal TT-01 motor mount.

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My solution for higher final ratios has been to make an additional Heatsink motor mount from a DF-03 Heatsink which enables me to slide the motor by 2 - 3 pinion sizes. It sandwiches between the motor and the normal TT-01 motor mount.

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are you using the standard TT01 spurs....55t...58t...61t etc?
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are you using the standard TT01 spurs....55t...58t...61t etc?
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As I race on a small carpet track (basketball court size) I use the DF02 67t mainly. I have been following your mods closely, and I love them.

I'll get some pictures too

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As I race on a small carpet track (basketball court size) I use the DF02 67t mainly. I have been following your mods closely, and I love them.

I'll get some pictures too

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so what size pinion are you running? the largest pinion i could find to suit the TT-01 pitch (.6module i think) was a 25t i think.

what motor are you running and whats your FDR?
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Thanks for the replies

guys i saw at hobby save pinion gears 61 and 62 http://www.hobbysave.com/?pl=&cat=63...at2=711&page=1

How to compute gears and how would you know that it is fast compared to the other computations???
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so what size pinion are you running? the largest pinion i could find to suit the TT-01 pitch (.6module i think) was a 25t i think.

what motor are you running and whats your FDR?
My need is the other way. Our track is 25m straight, chicane, 270deg, hairpin, 270deg, s bend, 270deg, 270deg, chicane .. repeat.

I run 67T spur and an 17tooth / Peak RS24 or 18tooth / Monster Stock Pro.
FDR's are 9.68 and 10.25.

The mount made from http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=15048 .. imagine it mounted to the motor and then slotted and able to swivel on the usual tt01 mount.

http://www.rcplanet.com/Pinion_Gears_s/734.htm Robinson Racing 48 pitch metric I am lead to believe the same as Tamiya, they work.

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Thanks for the replies

guys i saw at hobby save pinion gears 61 and 62 http://www.hobbysave.com/?pl=&cat=63...at2=711&page=1

How to compute gears and how would you know that it is fast compared to the other computations???
The internal ratio of the TT-01 gearbox 2.6.

Your final drive ratio is: Spur divide by Pinion times Internal Ratio.

The standard TT-)1 gearing 61T Spur with 19T Pinion
Final Drive Ratio is 61/19*2.25 = 8.35

High FDR = Quick accelleration, less top speed
Low FDR = Slower acceleration, higher top speed

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Thanks for shedding a life on this one.

So what do you sugesst high top speed with slow acceleration or vice versa???
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Thanks for shedding a life on this one.

So what do you sugesst high top speed with slow acceleration or vice versa???
ome, it really depends on the track, and your driving style.
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Did you saw the track in the last IFMAR where andy moore won? That was kinda like our track. In our race track my gear set up is at the max for TT01 which is 25 and 55 but on the back straight I was eating dust from the belt driven chassis.

What do you suggest?

By the way the chart you posted are all those gears compatible with the TT01? Have you tried them yet?

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Did you saw the track in the last IFMAR where andy moore won? That was kinda like our track. In our race track my gear set up is at the max for TT01 which is 25 and 55 but on the back straight I was eating dust from the belt driven chassis.

What do you suggest?

By the way the chart you posted are all those gears compatible with the TT01? Have you tried them yet?

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The chart works, you can only use the combinations maked A,B,C or D unless you modify your chassis and gear cover and motor mount.

I would suggest that you purchase Tamiya 53552 (52T F201 spur gear)
and also Robinson Pinions (http://www.robinsonracing.com/) in 26T,27T, and 28T. They sell them at RCPlanet.

That will give you another 4 steps down in FDR. Take it one step at a time to avoid cooking your motor.

Also where I had TB01 for the 52t spur in the chart, it should have been F201

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ome,

by the way, the robinson pinions should be 48pitch
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