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Old 04-13-2006, 06:45 AM   #91
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Yeah, it's pretty expensive especially when you're car is pretty cheap. I don't know the part numbers but try checking it on the tt01r manual over at the tamiya web site. It's also expensive getting the dogbones.
The universals are almost 3k for 2 sets. I can buy a used tao4 with a universal for only 4-5k. Can I use the universal of the tao4 for the tt01? How much are the metal dogbones for the tt01?
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Yes you could. As for the metal dogbones...I've never asked...but I bet it wont be worth it.

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Just wanted to let everyone know that the TCS race in MEMPHIS, TN is coming up in two weeks, APRIL 30, Sat. we have a Club race any car brand can run and Sun. is the TCS race, we have 48 entries so far, you can check out more at www.tamiyausa.com or our club site at www.msra-racing.com , CYA
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mailboxck- i'm from manila. what motor can i use with the stock esc and 25/55 gearing?
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Manila? Where do you play? You should join us in Park Square 1 during the weekends.

For the stock gearing, i only suggest a silvercan motor The sport tuned motor already gets my esc too hot.
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Manila? Where do you play? You should join us in Park Square 1 during the weekends.

For the stock gearing, i only suggest a silvercan motor The sport tuned motor already gets my esc too hot.
Just running in the streets. I dont like drifting so pass on ps1. What if I use a smaller pinion with 55 spur? Does your stock esc shutdown with sport tune and 25/55?
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Check out the new body for the TT01


http://tamiya.com/japan/news/news0604/news1.htm#58366
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Just running in the streets. I dont like drifting so pass on ps1. What if I use a smaller pinion with 55 spur? Does your stock esc shutdown with sport tune and 25/55?
Not all of us drift in ps1. Most of us actually race grip there. The track is best suited on stock silver can motors since the track is pretty small. Its only on track when you'll see your car's true potential. And the tt01 is unbreakable, dont worry about dinging the walls.

Work: I've been looking at that kit for months. I think it's pretty expensive because the light kit alone costs big bucks. I hope it will be available soon though. Something to put on the shelf not on track!
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Work: I've been looking at that kit for months. I think it's pretty expensive because the light kit alone costs big bucks. I hope it will be available soon though. Something to put on the shelf not on track!
It comes with light kits?! Yup, another pretty thing to look at
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sir, how do u adjust the pinion n spur gap??? tnx!
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We've answered this so many times before. Check your manual. There's 4 hole settings on the motor mount to adjust the gear mesh.
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sorry sir, i got my kit 2nd hand and i dont have the manual...
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sorry sir, i got my kit 2nd hand and i dont have the manual...
The best way to get a manual is through the tamiya site. They have the manuals online for most kits.
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The only other way to find the pinion setting is to buy a set of pinions if you need them. It usually comes with a diagram for the pinion positions according to the pinion and spur gear combination.

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The only other way to find the pinion setting is to buy a set of pinions if you need them. It usually comes with a diagram for the pinion positions according to the pinion and spur gear combination.

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Actually what you are pointing out to is the spur gear set for the tt01
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