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Old 03-09-2004, 04:50 PM   #16
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Wow !! and I thought this would be easy. So does anybody have a clue about these 2 RR versions?? There was some info in one of the foreign threads that stated there was a difference according to which area it was being sold in. Some got 23t , others got 27t . Somebody get there hands on one of these things and start counting !!!
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Ok Mr speedy fingers !! Thanks Difuser. Actually ...that sucks !!! I was really hoping it would be a 27t. Oh well. Thanks all !!
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Old 03-09-2004, 06:29 PM   #18
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the gunmetal case RR has a smaller comm compared to the normal RR. More rpm in other words
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Old 03-09-2004, 10:01 PM   #19
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which is faster a 27t roar stock motor or a tamiya 23t type-r motor? Not familiar with the performance of 23t motors.
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There is a new motor coming out, its the typeRR Gun Metal Version.
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There is a new motor coming out, its the typeRR Gun Metal Version.
lem2. Tyre RR Gun metal version has been release a long time already. I have been using it for the past 6 months plus and the performance for it is great (compared to other Tamiya stockers).
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which is faster a 27t roar stock motor or a tamiya 23t type-r motor? Not familiar with the performance of 23t motors.
23t motors give you more rpm range if compared to a 27t. I never used a 27t motor before so cant comment much on this.
But if your playing on a track that need more RPM, try getting a 23 stocks.
Just my 0.02
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Old 03-10-2004, 12:22 AM   #23
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the gunmetal case RR has a smaller comm compared to the normal RR. More rpm in other words
Smaller core (3mm), not comm I believe.. But it does have more rpm like you said..
So there is definately a difference between the 2...
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lem2. Tyre RR Gun metal version has been release a long time already. I have been using it for the past 6 months plus and the performance for it is great (compared to other Tamiya stockers).
hehehehehe, I stand corrected, what I meant is here in P.I. Have not reached our shores yet!! Everybody is waiting for it to be used in our local TCS.
Is it true that is comes with bearings?
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hehehehehe, I stand corrected, what I meant is here in P.I. Have not reached our shores yet!! Everybody is waiting for it to be used in our local TCS.
Is it true that is comes with bearings?
nope! it only comes with bushings.. or at least the one issued here in sg! hope i can race with you guys in PI, coming back home on june..
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hehehehehe, I stand corrected, what I meant is here in P.I. Have not reached our shores yet!! Everybody is waiting for it to be used in our local TCS.
Is it true that is comes with bearings?
Sadly, no. It still comes with bushing in place of the bearings.
Try to get your hands on some YOKOMO stockers (based on TMAXX design).
Their bushing are different from the normal one we see.
Running in the bushing will be cut by half and the performance of some of this motors are second to none.
I am running one by Team Luna (Japan). The power are always there when you wan it.
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thanks for the answer guys. hey lem2 saw a bunch of those rr gun metal in HK last week. planning on joining the m-chassis class in the local tacs but the RR is not alllowed hence I did not get 1.
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