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Old 11-23-2011, 09:57 AM   #1
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hey guys. is the tt-01e an easy car to assemble for someone who hasn't assembled a kit before?
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Tamiya offers several TT-01E kits that are RTR. These kits come assembled, include a transmitter, receiver, brushed speed control, motor (540 silvercan), a painted body, and wheels. You will need to provide AA batteries for the transmitter, a 6-cell nihm or 2s lipo battery to power the car, and a charger to recharge the battery. You may also need to buy different wheels if you are racing and additional pinion/spur gears to get the appropriate speed for the track you may be running at.

Here are some RTR options available on TowerHobbies (http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...VSEARCH=tt-01e)

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The TT-01 is not a hard kit to assemble and it includes easy to follow instructions.
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Okay cool thanks! i didn't know they had RTR cars.
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Okay cool thanks! i didn't know they had RTR cars.
I would still recommend the kit, building it will make fixing it a lot easier! Make sure you have a good fat tip phillips, stripped screws will make your life miserable.
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purely based on their manuals, tamiya has some of the best kits to build.
definitely my favorite manufacturer for kits.
with that said, the tt-01 kits arent too hard to build, but there are a few steps ya gotta pay attention to.
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