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Old 08-23-2004, 07:00 AM   #16
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Reedy, Orion, Peak,
that's if i got it right from reading the above

I'm gonna check out their site's too see what they look like!,
Also when tamiya display's their Kits on their site, i always try to make out what motor they added to their kit's picture,
AAAA, i just gotta have what they use.... yeah it's an odd demand
i suppose, but there's no cure!! NOPE..LOL

(now i wonder what motor is on that Tamiya Ta04-TRF kit picture
on their site....LoL)

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Old 08-23-2004, 07:08 AM   #17
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Here's a better pic...I think he's in it!

I'll take your word for it



As far as the motor in the 04 TRF somebody correct me if I'm wrong but isn't it a Tamiya 23T Typer R stock?

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Old 08-23-2004, 03:06 PM   #18
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Most of the motors that are in the display cars seem to be a tamiya type motor. Probably a 23 turn, like jackhammer said.
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guys,

would a front one way diff and center one way pulley be advisable on an indoor technical carpet track?

if yes, what would i expect from the car in terms of handling?

if no, what would be the best alternative? front one way only? center one way only? All Wheel Drive?


any help would be greatly appreciated... thanks
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would a front one way diff and center one way pulley be advisable on an indoor technical carpet track?
Nope!!!! Your oneway will be useless, since its technical, there will be no flowing turns. And since it's your first time on the track, better all wheel drive

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if yes, what would i expect from the car in terms of handling?

if no, what would be the best alternative? front one way only? center one way only? All Wheel Drive?


any help would be greatly appreciated... thanks
All wheel drive or a very tight front diff so more on POWER stering, If you can get a gear diff for the 04 and turn it into a spool so much the better

Use 4degrees caster on front and minimal toe in at the rear
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