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Old 04-05-2009, 01:41 PM
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Who wants to get one of these bad boys?
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Old 04-05-2009, 01:44 PM
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m-chassis convertion as in sending the tt01 kit to tamiya so they zap it with a high power lazer and shrink it down to a mini? lol
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what's this convertion about man?
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Yeah its by 3racing its pretty sweet!
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Is this the one?
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yes its based off tamiya but no its not front motor front wheel drive. i like it and i also like the new ABC cars


but i like the scale tamiya M-chassis.
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Is anyone going to buy one?
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Originally Posted by evanwest94 View Post
Is anyone going to buy one?
if it cost less then the new hpi and abc I'm sure it will sell like crazy. and most people have tt01 so i bet it will start some nice mini races around the globe
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Ok for one I wonder how much of the TT-01 is used in this kit. Secondly there are lots of shaft drive cars that could be converted like that, including the TC3, TC4, and several Yokomo cars.
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Originally Posted by snoopyrc View Post
Ok for one I wonder how much of the TT-01 is used in this kit. Secondly there are lots of shaft drive cars that could be converted like that, including the TC3, TC4, and several Yokomo cars.
3racing dowg bones, upper and lower arms, centre shaft, chassis...what's left of a tt01?


I've try to make a tc3 a mini....to much work and not worth the money
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You see what Im getting at though. If it can be done to a TT-01 then why not another or many other shaft drive TC's.
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Its only $65, I am going to try to build one without a tt-01
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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
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Originally Posted by snoopyrc View Post
You see what Im getting at though. If it can be done to a TT-01 then why not another or many other shaft drive TC's.
Its most likely because tt-01s are more popular and they are cheaper.
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Originally Posted by evanwest94 View Post
Its only $65, I am going to try to build one without a tt-01
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
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