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Old 06-26-2006, 06:45 AM   #121
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yeah whoever you got that off stooged you bad, its a TL-01 not TT-01
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Old 06-26-2006, 10:55 AM   #122
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Default TL-01

It may be a TL-01 but it's still a pretty good car. You are limited in your gearing choices and hop-ups but it can still be quite competitive if you wish to race it. Another bonus with this car is that it shares some parts with the Tamiya M-03 chassis and TA-03 drive train (ie: ball diffs) as well.

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i just ordered my 4th tt01
its the new NISMO R34 Z-TUNE
im gonna have it painted metalic blue and its gonna look really nice
ill post pics when it gets here
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Old 07-10-2006, 10:59 PM   #124
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Where can i get pinion gear 26T and 27T, have tamiya made that pinion?
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Old 07-11-2006, 12:20 AM   #125
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so has anyone figured out how to get rid off some of the suspension slop? i spaced the shocks with tb02 shock spacers and i hope that cleaned abit of it up, but theres still plenty of slop left. has anyone tried wraping the wheel axle(the thing that fits into the cup) with a layer of electrical tape? im thinking electric tape will be relatively tough and hopefully slick enough to not cause too much friction. thoughts on this?
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so has anyone figured out how to get rid off some of the suspension slop? i spaced the shocks with tb02 shock spacers and i hope that cleaned abit of it up, but theres still plenty of slop left. has anyone tried wraping the wheel axle(the thing that fits into the cup) with a layer of electrical tape? im thinking electric tape will be relatively tough and hopefully slick enough to not cause too much friction. thoughts on this?
teflon tape is what your looking for.i had a tt 01 and it works fine
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Old 07-11-2006, 05:16 AM   #127
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so has anyone figured out how to get rid off some of the suspension slop? i spaced the shocks with tb02 shock spacers and i hope that cleaned abit of it up, but theres still plenty of slop left. has anyone tried wraping the wheel axle(the thing that fits into the cup) with a layer of electrical tape? im thinking electric tape will be relatively tough and hopefully slick enough to not cause too much friction. thoughts on this?
The plastic used on this car wears really fast, try getting parts for the car when they start to wear.
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alright thanks for the help guys. i couldn't find any telfon tape around the house, so i guess we used it all, so ill go buy some in abit. ill also clean off and relube all the friction areas.
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Old 07-12-2006, 01:42 AM   #129
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hey folks.

Wow... I remember starting a TT01 thread about a year ago that really grew. Glad to see the chassis is still popular.
I've turned my TT01 into a drift car, and using a TB02 for racing.

I have a bit of a problem though. I don't have the gearing chart for the TT01 for using a 58T spur gear. Can anyone tell me which mounting holes (A, B, C or D) is to be used for a 58T spur, 21T pinion?

Thanks!
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you cant use the 21 pinion with that spur the smallest you can go is the 22 pinion in hole A
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here u go enjoy =) i found that the 58t spur goes really well with the 23t pinion for racing, but i drift with tt01 now so i found that stock gearing is just fine as you need the torque
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Old 07-12-2006, 10:37 AM   #132
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Default differences between a tt01 and a tt01-r

Many have asked the differences between the tt01 and tt01-r kit. A lot of the answers have been incomplete and were based only on tamiya's description which is also incomplete. I have both kits, and here are the differences:

1) what does the regular tt01 have that the r doesn't:
a) body
b) electronic speed controller
c) silver can motor

2) what does the tt01-r have that the regular 01 doesn't
a) 25t tuned motor
b) 4 super mini oil filled shocks
c) full ball bearings
d) aluminum drive shaft
e) aluminum drive shaft pickups
f) metal dogbones and cups front and rear
g) adjustable upper arms
h) new a-arms with droop adjustment
i) all aluminum turnbuckles and shock mounts
j) 3 different spur gears
k) toe in rear uprights
l) softer tires

The cost difference is:
tt01 89.99, tt01r 134.99

The best hop ups for the tt01 are:
oil shocks $28
ball bearings $19
toe in rear uprights $11
front steering turnbuckles $6

Total for tt01 is $154.

For the tt01r, you need to add a body and a speed controller. The speed controller that comes with the tt01 is about $30 and the body is also $30. This makes the tt01r $195. For the $40 dollars difference you get a much stronger drive train, aluminum drive shaft, and fully adjustable suspension.

Hope this helps.
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thanks for the gearing chart. That really helps alot!!!

when I bought the TT01, they were just talking about an R version of the car. I'm surprised they've upgraded it so much, but after running my TT01, I realize that those upgrades are needed. I have the old upper and lower suspension arms and they suck. the driveshafts are pretty okay (they've popped out on one occasion), but the steel ones would be better.
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Old 07-12-2006, 08:13 PM   #134
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Anyone have tried gear from tobbe craft :
42530 TT01-01 A high ratio gear & pinion gear set
you can see the web http://www3.kcn.ne.jp/~tobee/tt01%20english.htm and http://www3.kcn.ne.jp/~tobee/English.htm
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here u go enjoy =) i found that the 58t spur goes really well with the 23t pinion for racing, but i drift with tt01 now so i found that stock gearing is just fine as you need the torque
rays_tt, where can i get pinion 26-28T, because i play 23T motor so gear must under 6.20. Can i use 0.6 pinion gear for 55T? please help me...
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