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Old 12-06-2010, 12:49 AM   #1
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I have a chance to buy a TT-01 and was wondering what would be equal to this car. Any info would be appreciated.


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Probably a HPI Sprint 2. I think the HPI is probably better, but the TT01 can be a decent car with oil shocks and a few other hop-ups

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It really depends on what motor you are going to put in it. If you stick with the silver can that comes with the TT-01, the TT-01 will be similar to just about any touring car out there with a silver can. However, as you start to add more power, the TT-01 will quickly start to show it's limitations.

A properly set up TT-01 can hang with a USVTA (25.5) legal car. However, it has no chance of hanging with a 17.5 rubber touring car. If you plan to race it, you need to have a TT-01 class so you can race against other TT-01s. This is great fun for very little money. However, if you would like to race in other classes, look for something else.

Lots of TT-01 info is available at Michiganrc.net. We race them at Hobby-Sports in Kalamazoo Michigan.
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Hey Jay Thhanks fr the info man really appreciate it, now you got me thinking.


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It really depends on what motor you are going to put in it. If you stick with the silver can that comes with the TT-01, the TT-01 will be similar to just about any touring car out there with a silver can. However, as you start to add more power, the TT-01 will quickly start to show it's limitations.

A properly set up TT-01 can hang with a USVTA (25.5) legal car. However, it has no chance of hanging with a 17.5 rubber touring car. If you plan to race it, you need to have a TT-01 class so you can race against other TT-01s. This is great fun for very little money. However, if you would like to race in other classes, look for something else.

Lots of TT-01 info is available at Michiganrc.net. We race them at Hobby-Sports in Kalamazoo Michigan.


Man Thank you very much for this awesome info and Jay yours was awesome as well. But yes we do have a class at our Local club. Plus I have never done on-road before so I will be a Newbie at this I just want something that I can grow into as well. I guess there are quite a few that run them over at the club. But Thaks again everyone for the Great Info. Thank you


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