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Old 09-17-2004, 12:41 PM   #1
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Heres some pics of my new Tamiya TT-01 chassis, aint had time to get any hop ups yet, jus built it, but ive spent a lot of time on the body, and i love the effect the paint has had. Take a look

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Old 09-17-2004, 02:12 PM   #2
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may i ask what is so different about you car from an average car?
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it is slow and doesn't have any hop-ups, and it doesn't look like anything else, it is original in every way, how comfortinng is it to hear that
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well my 12th and 10th leccy TC are both standard, no hop ups at all..so are they different from average cars?
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comforting* - and did you not read the part that said i've just built it? and when i say different i mean its not got a dodge stratus shell or any other of the standard touring shells wiv diff paintjobs - theres nothing wrong wiv em and i like em - jus sayin mine is a bit different - whether u like it is up to you...
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well I run a good ol' Peterbilt for the nats and also for the worlds on my Tamiya TL-01 how bout that, am I different now or what

jk, I think your car will be cool if you stick with it and try hard. I remember back in the day when I got in and all my cars looked like that, but you'd only be seeing the rear end off all my cars
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Old 09-17-2004, 02:34 PM   #7
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Ah... the body is what makes it different. It's all so clear now...
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lol, the reason we prob got a complte difference in opinion is cuz ur prob race based andi prefer the apperence of the car. the tt-01 chassis im using can be upgraded quite heavily so it shud be fine for a nub like me
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if you look closely you can really take in how different it is, if you look in the last picture you will see how there are 4 foam tires in the back ground, I guess these are factory and that is the whole meaning behind this forum
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my step dad has just got a new car..bet you can't guess what it is..it is soooooo different from an average car
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rofl - wicked u judge on the 'factory' rims tht are in the background - which arent even foam - so nice observations, and like i said im new to the sport so im not gona go straight ahead and buy a team losi xxx-4 am i?
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not if you're into touring cars...

yeah that does look better than my first attempt at painting my own body
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looks nice with the big rims i had a set of those i taped em up and went drifting came back with the centres busted of em
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