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Old 07-06-2009, 10:59 PM   #16
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I just ran/raced my TB03 for the first time this weekend and I am impressed.

I came from running a Kyosho TF-5 shaft car as well as a Stallion. Both of which I had VERY professional help with setting them up.

I built my TB as per instructions of which I added the TRF shocks, Swaybars and CV joints.

Keep in mind this car is running RCGT with a 17.5 BL and the R35 GT500 body.

My initial response was WOW! this thing scoots! the acceleration was quick. The first corner was interesting as my TB went in hard and kept rotating and then got loose until I pulled the trigger and it straightened out into a push. This car would have to be driven hard.

Not to my liking.

I took the front diff and cranked it tight. Went out to run it again and Voila!

Much better! After making some shock & swaybar changes I was getting closer to a "comfortably fast" car to drive.

I'm going to try to get out to Tamiya this week and put some quality time on it before RCGT #2 this weekend.

I'll "File" my report on my blog at www.teamtrf.com

Jimmy Wright
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