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Old 10-12-2008, 05:33 PM   #1261
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any1 know where a tt01e manual can be found online?

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Old 10-12-2008, 06:29 PM   #1262
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TT01E manual here.
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Old 10-12-2008, 06:48 PM   #1263
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what will a oneway shaft do for my tt01? I need more off power steering coming off the big sweeper curve from the long straight at my lhs. I need more off-power steering. Will the 3racing one way shaft help? Thanks
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Old 10-13-2008, 07:16 AM   #1264
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To my understanding it will only send power to the front wheels under power just like a normal tt-01. Once throttle is taken off or under brakes it will stop power getting to the front wheels and it will act like a RWD car not a AWD allowing for the car to be able to steer tighter and have a smaller turning circle which in turn makes tighter corners even tighter then it as a AWD.
With the stock shaft or alloy shaft, the front wheels are still trying to make the car go forward not matter what the car is doing whether it would be going in a straight line or turning through corners.

I however have no personal experience with the one way shaft.

I have only raced with a dead stock tt-01 in 27T (and won) so I don't know how it would affect in racing conditions.
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Old 10-15-2008, 10:12 PM   #1265
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With a one way front shaft you will not have any braking action in your front wheels. This creates less weight transfer to the front, therefore less grip on the front wheels and you may end up with understeer. You can adjust this with your shock springs. When you come out of the corner and accellerate, the front one way will help pull the car in the direction you point the wheels at. So you can come out faster than with a normal diff. I use a front one way on a tight technical track and it is great. I come in fast, brake hard as I turn in, this loosens the rear end and I let the back slide until halfway through the corner. Then I accellerate hard and get the front one way pull the car out of the corner. So, it all depends on your driving style.
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Old 10-16-2008, 12:57 AM   #1266
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does any make aspur gear adapter for the tt01?
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Old 10-16-2008, 05:02 PM   #1267
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Yes, HPI makes one, but it only fits the carbon chasis. Not sure if it fits the standard bath tub chasis. Go to post 779 on page 26.
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Old 10-20-2008, 03:39 AM   #1268
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guys, can the TT01 with 25/55T gearing handle 9.5T brushless for drifting? What gear ratio will u guys reccomend?
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Old 10-20-2008, 08:43 AM   #1269
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hey guys ive got a tt01 and it has some hop ups like the aluminium shaft . im into touring and i love my tt01 but its getting fustrating with some of the things about this kit and i was thinking about upgrading to a tb03 . are some parts useable between tt01 and tb03??

plz list wat parts are and i will consider weither or not i will swap

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guys, can the TT01 with 25/55T gearing handle 9.5T brushless for drifting? What gear ratio will u guys reccomend?
With such a high turn brushless id gear it lower so it has more off the line torque some where like 23/58.

thats what im useing now and i have a 10t brushless, theres more then enough speed and torque.
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hey guys ive got a tt01 and it has some hop ups like the aluminium shaft . im into touring and i love my tt01 but its getting fustrating with some of the things about this kit and i was thinking about upgrading to a tb03 . are some parts useable between tt01 and tb03??

plz list wat parts are and i will consider weither or not i will swap

thanks

What kind of problems are you having?
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With such a high turn brushless id gear it lower so it has more off the line torque some where like 23/58.

thats what im useing now and i have a 10t brushless, theres more then enough speed and torque.
thnks buddy, dat means the TT01 has enough gearing for a 9.5T brushless, i am getting the speed passion combo pack
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thnks buddy, dat means the TT01 has enough gearing for a 9.5T brushless, i am getting the speed passion combo pack
Good luck with it. I love mine...if i geared down a bit its got enough power/torque to drift with my hpi x-radial tires. Its almost too much power lol.....what am i saying, theres never enough power lol.
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Old 10-20-2008, 04:48 PM   #1274
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just the normal like when ur going really fast handling is so hard and u normally just loose the rear end but i also just want to change to a bit of a higher grade kit but was looking for 1 were i could hopefully use alot of the b its from my ccurrent tt01
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Old 10-20-2008, 05:17 PM   #1275
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tb03, i dont know bout that mate. If you wanna keep the TT, ive got a few tips for getting rid of the slop, generally just making it handle a little better. If you can though, i would upgrade to the 3Racing carbon chassis.

But if your really keen, i guess the only way to find out whether some tb03 & tt01 parts are interchangeable, is to buy a tb03 kit...
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