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Old 09-20-2006, 03:44 AM   #1
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Hey guys,

just wondering is it ok to run a 55t/28t in a tt-01? or will it overload the motor. At the moment im running 55t/25t and everyone seems to be a little quicker down the straight. And if it is ok to run with anyone know were i can get a 28t pinion??


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Hey guys,

just wondering is it ok to run a 55t/28t in a tt-01? or will it overload the motor. At the moment im running 55t/25t and everyone seems to be a little quicker down the straight. And if it is ok to run with anyone know were i can get a 28t pinion??


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btw what motor are you using??
i have here a gearing chart.. see pix..
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Old 09-20-2006, 10:56 AM   #3
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you can run the 28t pinion with the stock silver can motor. Tamiya does not make a 28t pinion. Kawada makes one but you will have to order it thru one of the Japaneses web sites the carries kawada.

It will got hot!!!
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It would highly depend on the motor that you are running.

Try switching to aluminum or titanium screws to lighten the weight of the vehicle.
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For my TT01 i use 61/22 (7.21) for drifting. And no heat problem for motor and esc. I use Mabuchi TUNED SPORT coz they say its economy stock motor
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im using a stock silver can motor...
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will my motor or esc get too hot?? ( i have a heatsink).. and also is the pinion/spur 48pitch?

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I ordered 24/25 poion gears and 55 58 61 surp gear, and I realize that I can't take my poion gear off from the silver can. will I need to remove it by force?
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just wanna ask if i can use a 22P/61S for my tt01 with 15t motor? thnx
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yeah u can...check out pic....
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has anyone used a 28t/55t on there tt-01?? And if so..how did it run...did the esc or motor get too hot???

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