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Old 12-07-2007, 10:53 AM
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Default t-tach t1, i want one

i realy want one, its a t-tech t1 onroad electric car from the 80's. i dont know why it didnt catch on, hears some pics

http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b1...y/DSCF1973.jpg

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hope someone knows were to get one i realy realy like them
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Old 12-07-2007, 11:10 AM
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Try searching for predator you might have some luck. They are beautifully engineered cars.
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I had one but sold it last year. Great design but the parts were fragile. I broke many parts, more than I have broken than in my current car which have stronger parts
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Old 12-07-2007, 12:18 PM
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im mainly interested in the suspension than anything else and there are carbon upgrades for it, but if i get it and fall in love i wont be able to take it apart
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I worked at a Hobby shop with a guy who had one. 80's is a strech mid to late 90's is more accurate. It was a sweet looking design only problem I remember was that it did get alot of slop in the suspension.
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Old 12-08-2007, 01:38 AM
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i could just put harder oil in the shocks, is that right.

well all i want is to get my hans on one. better if its from uk
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If you manage to get one, don't race it! It was possibly the most fragile TC ever made. I had a friend who used to race one (for the team) and he hated the thing. He only raced it because it was a free ride.

He was always quick with it but the slightest touch of the boards and it was race over.

As already said, it's not from the 80's, it's a mid 90's model. I think it came out in '96.
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i only got told it was an 80's thing and i wont be racing it ill probebly steel the suspension idea's cos i wanna build my own tc
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