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Old 02-18-2011, 03:04 AM   #1
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Default Tamiya Porsche Turbo RSR Type 934

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Powered by a 4300kv tacon motor and an ezrun 25a and a small lipo this things a riot.





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Old 02-18-2011, 03:27 AM   #2
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Looks nice

RWD GT01 chassis?

If so, yes it will be a riot with all the power going to the rear!!!
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For a moment there I thought somebody actually built one of the limited TA05 based ones!

I bet its a bit of a handfull!
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That is one of my favorite cars. I can't tell from the pics what scale it is. 1/12th?

It looks great by the way.
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Looks nice

RWD GT01 chassis?

If so, yes it will be a riot with all the power going to the rear!!!
yup GT01. Not a very good chassis but great for running the dog around the living room. My last batch of Tamtechs I put 5200kv in and they were not fun one bit. Way too much power. Fun little cars I love the detail. Throw an Ezrun ESC in them and an ebay lipo and you're good to go. Great indoor racing.

I've built all 3. But sold the rest.


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For a moment there I thought somebody actually built one of the limited TA05 based ones!

I bet its a bit of a handfull!
Actually with the 4300kv even on the largest pinion its perfect. I can drift it around my hardwood controllably and top speed run down the street with no issue. With the 5300kv the cars were just no fun.

I'd like one of the limited black series ones, but then you have to paint it black, and I already have one of those


Another 1/12 or cup racer for friends to race around would be fun though. Maybe a cup racer is in my future.
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That is one of my favorite cars. I can't tell from the pics what scale it is. 1/12th?

It looks great by the way.
Mine too, just not in the green livery. I prefer the jaegermeister livery so I decided to do something different with this one. 1/12 scale

http://www.tamiya.com/english/produc...e934/index.htm
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For a moment there I thought somebody actually built one of the limited TA05 based ones!

I bet its a bit of a handfull!
I did and raced it too. It handles very well..

Based on the TA05MS though.
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