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Old 05-30-2010, 10:58 PM   #2401
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good afternoon i need some help i just purchased a brand new never run T2 05 i am wondering what lipo i can run and what is a good esc motor combo for this car and what spare parts i need to get thanks Lee
With the older T2s the top deck sits too low for lipos. You can run the battery cockeyed and held down with strapping tape. This also balances the car pretty well. This will keep you from being limited in your choice of lipos.
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Trying to run VTA is there a good base setup for this chassis for medium grip carpet.
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Old 05-31-2010, 01:30 AM   #2403
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sorry, I should have said....

what is the biggest 48p spur that will fit?
78 spur and 34 pinion is almost max with a brushless motor.
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actually, a 90t spur (48p) will fit
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will a castle max pro 7700 work in the T2 if not can someone recommend a good esc motor combo
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I'm looking to sell my '009 if anyone is interested. The car was rebuilt before the Novak race this year, and was only ran 3 times after that.

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tekin yes but what combo works well in the T2 05
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just wanna see ur opinion my buddy just bought a 009 never used with tekin rs and 17.5 and jabo blues for 400 is that good
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Hi, I want to get a internal ratio of 2.375

so I need the 38t/16t pulleys.

what are the part numbers for the belts that I require?

I want to experiment with high fdr's with a 5.5BL with some esc timing.
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just wanna see ur opinion my buddy just bought a 009 never used with tekin rs and 17.5 and jabo blues for 400 is that good
that's a great deal.
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just wanna see ur opinion my buddy just bought a 009 never used with tekin rs and 17.5 and jabo blues for 400 is that good
Brutally good deal.
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I am wondering what kind of >front< suspension arms I have on this 009 eu T-2.According to the instructions there should be shims on each side of the arm.
If you look close at the blurry pics ,you will see there is no room for these shims.The arm is jammed against the holders.
Also if ya look close at one of the pics, you can see an "H" and a large X'.
Are these hard or extra hard arms?

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They are 007 arms. The 008/009 arms are narrower so you can put shims in to adjust front wheelbase.
The H is indicating that they are hard arms
The X is for xray
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They are 007 arms. The 008/009 arms are narrower so you can put shims in to adjust front wheelbase.
The H is indicating that they are hard arms
The X is for xray
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