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Old 04-17-2005, 02:17 AM   #1
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Default quick Q: TB01 and TT01 shocks?

Just wondering if the TB01 and TT01 shocks are compatible?

And if I swap them (TB01 shocks to TT01 chassis), is that TCS legal?
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TT01 I would recoment the short shocks.

The TB cars would have std length, and not be able to get car low enough to really try to race it.

I wouldnt recoment the TT for racing though. Use the TB for that
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I think the TB's come with the mini CV shocks, no?
from the TB01 Lancer: CVA Mini Oil Dampers.
And... they look like they'll fit? hmm...

Well, I'm planning on using this for just part time GT2 and mainly WRC class racing if anything. So if they do give a higher ride height, it should be okay.

But yeah... otherwise, I'll be ebay hunting for those mini shocks then

But I wonder if swapping Tamiya RC part to another Tamiya RC makes it TCS illegal? hmm...
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