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Old 02-28-2013, 03:42 PM   #1
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Default Can someone help me identify this bag of parts, f1 nose cone, center shaft ect

like the title says, what is this stuff off??? Just wanna clear it out of my box.
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some of it looks like Tamiya f201 parts, did you ever own one of those?
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NO, all this stuff came in a box of parts with a couple RC18's I bought off craigslist
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- Looks like the shaft could be an aftermarket upgrade to the F201 drive shaft.
- The carbon fibre piece might be an aftermarket piece for an upper chassis brace
- There looks to be the stock F201 motor mount.
- The nose cose looks to be from a high nose body (for the F201's). Each body came with 2 nose cones, so that part probably has very little value
- The red springs are probably Team Associated side shock springs for pan cars.
- The 1 spur gear is probably a F201 gear. Those can be modified and used on a TT-01
- The other spur gears are probably 48 pitch and designed for use with diff balls (direct drive axles).

I see a few other parts that belong to a F201 as well.

Look for the F201 manual here on Tamiya's website (http://www.tamiya.com/english/rc/manuals.htm)
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