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Old 11-12-2010, 10:47 PM   #1
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Questions?? Tamiya 540 At 24000 Rpm, how can u do this ???

hey guys i was told by the guys from tamiyaclub.com to ask here for help. i am looking to make my oem 540 silver can go fast for the spec class i am racing in and look what i found on youtube



how can this be done ??????????? and i dont thing a water dip can do this

also some people say Mabuchi RS 540SH is better then Johnson 540J is this true???

i am running a spec class the only runs tl01la,tl01,tt01 and tt01 type e. the only mods we can do is run a 21t pinon and 2 ball bearing in the rear gear box. all cars must run sliver can 540 and tamiya esc. i am runing a tl01la and most of the guys r running tt01 type e. so i thing i am the underdog so i dont thing a littel hp and rpm will be some good help. plz help me out

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Old 11-13-2010, 11:33 PM   #2
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some help plz
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