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Old 02-15-2007, 03:59 AM   #16
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the sooner the alloy prop shaft comes the better, i snapped the plastic one some how, so now my TT01 is rear wheel drive for afew days
Wow, what motor are you running? I don't think the silver or black can can "break" the plastic shaft. Unless you hit on something while throttling at full.
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using the silver can, and yeah got some interferance and it ended up hitting the wheel of a parked car
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Hey Benny; are you saying it`s easier to compare the TT-01 to a TB Evo 5 or a Pro 4 to a TB Evo 5.....?
-I have both and the Pro 4 is a little Lighter - Faster than the Evo 5.....(I like My Evo 5 better).

Don`t get me wrong; the TT-01 can hang with the Pro Kits if you Hop-It-Up and Drive well. I know; I`ve beat a few guys using a TT-01 against guys with Pro Kits(2004, 2005 and Spring 2006).

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What I'm saying is it is fairer to compare the Pro 4 with the Evo 5 cause they are from the same "class". Well, I won't doubt a fully hop-up TT01 can hang with pros.
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The TT-01 reminds me of My Car(Full-Size); you Don`t have to clean every part after you drive/run it.
-The TT-01 has the Best Bodies of any R.C. Car out there. That`s the best thing.

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