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Old 05-29-2010, 01:17 PM   #1
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Default My modded TT01 with pics!

Hi guys i wanted to show you my tt01! Its still needs work but it is almost finished!
Just need new shocks, Ball diff and steering system!
Specs are:
2.4Ghz radio
Fusion Exceed race 10.5t Motor and Esc
3Racing Graphite conversion
Ansmann racing wheels and tyres
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Old 05-29-2010, 01:44 PM   #2
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This is half finished!
New parts will be:
Ball diff
Shocks
Steering kit

If you think something is wrong or good or needs upgrading tell me!
But nothing unnecessary like making everything alloy! i am aware of the shocks and wheels being the wrong way round and have fixed them thanks PaPeRo and Timbulb for the info!
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Old 05-30-2010, 02:08 AM   #3
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tires r wrong...
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Old 05-30-2010, 02:47 AM   #4
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Yeah theyre too small im changing them aswell :/
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NO they're facing different directions.

All that carbon fibre and aluminum and you're still using the worst stock shocks ever made for an RC car.
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dont slam the guy he said he still needs shocks
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Why are the front shocks upside down?
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upside down shocks are for the win!!
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Old 05-30-2010, 11:42 AM   #9
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upside down shocks are for the win!!
HAHAH I do take it apart to clean it alot... So I probably put them upside down by mistake!
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NO they're facing different directions.

All that carbon fibre and aluminum and you're still using the worst stock shocks ever made for an RC car.
i dont think there is anything wrong with the plastic oil filled shocks !!!

P.S. nice ride
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If they're the oil-filled type they're okay. But they look like the friction type that come on a stock TT01.
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Yeah theyre the friction type but as i said above they are getting changed!
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Yeah theyre the friction type but as i said above they are getting changed!
ok sorry my fault i thought they were the super mini dampers

i appologise and BUY SOME GOOD SHOCKS
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ok sorry my fault i thought they were the super mini dampers

i appologise and BUY SOME GOOD SHOCKS
YES! I DEFINITELY WILL!
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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
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