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Old 06-02-2010, 02:27 PM   #16
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#1 usefull upgrade from here will be deans plugs (seriously)
loose that tamiya connector.

then a steering system upgrade with TT01E parts next ??

thats alot of $$$ into a TT01, a fun project car I presume?
Good to see a TT01 with a real motor mount
nice carbon, mmmn carbon

Its looking surprisingly like my TT01 to M-chassis conversion ( another fun project car)
http://www.rctech.net/forum/7290293-post80.html
hahah yeah it was expensive... but it was fun! Do i just cut the tamiya connectors off and solder on the deans plug?

I saw the M chassis conversion on ebay what are the advantages?
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Old 06-03-2010, 01:21 AM   #17
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hahah yeah it was expensive... but it was fun! Do i just cut the tamiya connectors off and solder on the deans plug?

I saw the M chassis conversion on ebay what are the advantages?
Yeah just cut & solder. + & - are marked on the plug. Female plug to batt, male to esc/motor. That tamiya plug may start to give problems.

I got a shock as well when I tallied up the cost of the M-chassis conversion.
M chassis is just Mini Cooper size (shorter & not as wide). . Small wheelbase means cant take the corners as fast & spins out easily at high speed. Good for chasing down clapped out gas cars. Mini's at silly high speeds draw alot of attention.
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Yeah just cut & solder. + & - are marked on the plug. Female plug to batt, male to esc/motor. That tamiya plug may start to give problems.

I got a shock as well when I tallied up the cost of the M-chassis conversion.
M chassis is just Mini Cooper size (shorter & not as wide). . Small wheelbase means cant take the corners as fast & spins out easily at high speed. Good for chasing down clapped out gas cars. Mini's at silly high speeds draw alot of attention.
Hahah sounds fun

I got one question though! Can i put ball diffs in the front and back?
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