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Old 01-26-2009, 12:52 AM   #1426
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Does anyone happen to have a copy of the instructions for assembly of a TT-01E? Looking for the E version so I can figure out the steering linkage.

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Old 01-26-2009, 12:19 PM   #1427
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Too bad you hadn't asked me yesterday because I had it there at the races.

I won't be there next Sat, but if you don't have one by the following week I will bring it then for you.

If I remember tommorow I'll bring it to work and scan it into PDF

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Old 01-26-2009, 07:34 PM   #1428
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Too bad you hadn't asked me yesterday because I had it there at the races.

I won't be there next Sat, but if you don't have one by the following week I will bring it then for you.

If I remember tommorow I'll bring it to work and scan it into PDF
No worries. I fired up the ol' brain today and figured it out. Thanks for your offer, though.

Just a note for everyone else. If you are adding the TT-01E style upper chassis brace to your TT-01, you will have to shave a little off the top of the front mounting points on the chassis. Other than that, it's a bolt on.

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Old 01-27-2009, 01:45 AM   #1429
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Smile Nissan GT-R R35 LED TT-01 Type E with Ezrun 5.5T brushless

Hi guys, i just bought a Tamiya Nissan GT-R R35 LED TT-01 Type E and planning to install a Ezrun 5.5T brushless into it. Will it cause problem? As a new player i am not sure should i go ahead and install the 5.5T brushless or not. Please advice. Thanks in advance.
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Old 01-28-2009, 04:55 AM   #1430
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I am running a tt01 in a 2 hour enduro in south florida and was told the stock chassis will heat up too much allowing the motor to shift and stripping the spur gear due to the plastic tamiya uses on the tt01. Can anyone confirm this? i would love to finish the race. Any input helps Marc
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Old 01-28-2009, 09:05 AM   #1431
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ive never had that problem
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Old 01-31-2009, 06:19 AM   #1432
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im running a 58/24 setup with a 21T motor,
TEU-302BK ESC,
7.2 v 3300 NiMH,
upper carbon deck,
Aluminium Motor Heat Sink,
Aluminium Racing Steering Set,
Front & Rear Stabilizer Set,
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Tamiya Aluminium Dampers 4WD/FWD & Rally Car,
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Bearing Set and
50476 Tamiya Rally Block Tyre.
not changed much
still running a 21T motor but now 55/25
and drift tyres
and hpi front wheels, tamiya rears

only thing is i keep smashing up my rear wheels
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Does anyone happen to have a copy of the instructions for assembly of a TT-01E? Looking for the E version so I can figure out the steering linkage.

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Old 01-31-2009, 11:58 AM   #1434
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Thanks! I got it put together, but did have to modify one part a little tiny bit to get the front part of the upper chassis brace to sit down properly.

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what set of trf shocks i should get
and what item number should i pick

thanks for any help i can get on this
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what set of trf shocks i should get
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42102 or 53571
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Old 02-08-2009, 01:34 PM   #1437
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I just picked up a TT-01D for $40 I'v never had or even looked at an onroad before...

I was thinking of using it as a VTA car, are there any needed upgrades?


any hits, etc that I should know?

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My RTR TT-01 Type E is on ebay.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=270341970398
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Zack, bring your sedan if you come to rcp wednesday night. I can help you sort out some stuff such as ride height, gearing and camber. I have a body and a set of tires you can have. I would recomend using this to practice and see if you like sedans or not.
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Zack, bring your sedan if you come to rcp wednesday night. I can help you sort out some stuff such as ride height, gearing and camber. I have a body and a set of tires you can have. I would recomend using this to practice and see if you like sedans or not.
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thanks, IDK if I will have it by then, he's going to ship it today...

I'll be down there on wed. though to race my slash.
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