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M Chassis Conversion Kit For TT01-E & TT01

Old 04-05-2009, 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by LATC3
how? i would think you'll need the diffs and little tt01 stuff to build it...unless you have tt01 parts then you'll be good
I am going to get like all aluminum parts they have all the parts that i need on rcmart.
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Old 04-05-2009, 09:00 PM
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cool! make sure you don't buy anything the m-chassis doesn't need
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Old 04-05-2009, 09:03 PM
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Originally Posted by LATC3
cool! make sure you don't buy anything the m-chassis doesn't need
yeah, I am going to wait until the manual comes out first to see what I need.
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Old 04-06-2009, 06:58 AM
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Originally Posted by LATC3
it could be done by an rc company but i thought you were talking about a custom job.

AE,tamiya, ect can make a turbine m-class car if they wanted to...and wouldn't be a bad idea. that would be cool
Hmmm.... No I was thinking that 3Racing could or should make a kit for the other shaft drive TC's as well as the tt-01. But since you mentioned it.

Lets see you would need:
shortened chassis and drive shaft
shortened A arms and dog bones/CVD's
shortened linkage (Steering and upright)
probably new shock towers.

I dont know man it seems like you might as well go with a Genetic. Unless you just really want to say,"It's a TT-01." On the other hand the price isnt so bad and you could just order the 3racing kit and then flush it out with hop up parts for the TT-01.
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Originally Posted by snoopyrc
I dont know man it seems like you might as well go with a Genetic. Unless you just really want to say,"It's a TT-01." On the other hand the price isnt so bad and you could just order the 3racing kit and then flush it out with hop up parts for the TT-01.
yeah people are better off getting a genetic but for those that like the 4WD m-chassis and don't have the cash. if they have an old tt01 they don't use they could buy this convertion kit and wouldn't cost nearly close to a full blown race mini.

and plus I think all we need are the diff covers, diffs, front spindles, rear uprights and that's all. peopple could buy these in a alloy and buy this kit everything for around 120
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Old 05-11-2009, 08:29 AM
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Its hear!!!!!!! http://www.3racing.hk/products.php?products_key=3873
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Old 05-17-2009, 06:08 PM
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I have an old TT-01 that i plan to sell. But after seeing this convention kit change my mind.

I just ordered my convention kit hope to get it by the end of the week. I'll try to keep you guys posted.
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here is the link to its 'flipbook' manual

http://www.3racing.hk/manuals/tt01m/tt01_man.html

the manual shows that TT01 parts are needed

I'm tempted - I've found it for under $55 on ebay
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Thanks for the link, hope you go through with the kit.
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I hate the tt01 diff cases and I don't know why they came out with those stupid HUUGGEE dogbones again! but if someone gets this and does a report and its a good honest one ill get one for sure!
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Originally Posted by Hyde
I hate the tt01 diff cases and I don't know why they came out with those stupid HUUGGEE dogbones again! but if someone gets this and does a report and its a good honest one ill get one for sure!
i'm hoping M03 universals work

I'm about 75% committed to buying one - need to see what the summer brings for Mini racing
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I got mine last Friday May 22, 2009. And finished building it yesterday. It came in a nice box and my 1st impression is simply wow.

When I open the box I love the way 3racing labeled its part bag. Very clear and easy to organize those bags.... But after opening the bag, I was a bit disappointed seeing the parts are not labeled very well. Going though the build I have problem about the manual not specifying what part number to use it only tells you what bag number is the part needed. You should look for it and decide which part is needed for a particular build. That took me a lot of time and some time I end up using the wrong part so I need to repeat a particular build.

After the build I was pleas about the outcome of kit. I looks great. A bit heavy comparing to my M03, but I looks a lot of fun.

I have tried putting standard Drift tires on it and i was fun. I havent tried it on a track may be this week.


Overall I would say I like this kit especially the price and the uniqueness of it, even thou its a has a low ground clearance .
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Originally Posted by k_bojar
i'm hoping M03 universals work

I'm about 75% committed to buying one - need to see what the summer brings for Mini racing
well to quote myself

After looking at all the TT01 parts you need for this conversion and not owning one, I'm probably gonna bag getting one...

Its a nice idea and hopefully a decent contenter in the ABC/HPI 4wd mini world - but it would probably cost (me) about about $100USD to out fit the rest of teh TT01 parts, be them Tamiya or 3Racing

maybe, just maybe, if I come across of decent hopped up TT01 for sale cheap, I might reconsider, but until then, no dice
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id think getting 1 if the gearing was more changeable 55 or 60 spur if some 1 made a 48p spur conversion id get 1
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Old 05-27-2009, 11:21 AM
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Anybody with pics yet of their conversions?
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