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Old 08-10-2005, 02:32 AM   #16
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Hi,
I've got a TT-01 as my muck around car but used to race it,
Check out ebay for hop-ups, I got quite a few GPM alloy parts from there
fairly cheaply. My recommendations are,
Carbon Upper Deck (Does make the chassis stiffer overall but no lower deck is avilable.)
Aluminium Steering Set (GPM version is just as good but cheaper)
Aluminium Front Lower Arm (go for GPM version also)
Front Aluminium Hub Carrier (GPM)
Also I had the Aluminium Propshaft
Ajustable upper arm
Ajustable Tie-Rods
and go for the Spur Gear Kit this way you have a lot more gearing options.
As for the dirt just blow it out with air or use a paint brush.

Hope this helps you
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Old 08-10-2005, 02:37 AM   #17
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The Alu racing steering is really a worthwhile hope up if you plan on racing.
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Old 08-10-2005, 03:28 PM   #18
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this is something that I heard, the many GPM option parts suck, but I dunno.
by the way, how about the motors? or the heat sink(the one I have always gets too hot i dunno if it is normal or not)
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this is something that I heard, the many GPM option parts suck, but I dunno.
by the way, how about the motors? or the heat sink(the one I have always gets too hot i dunno if it is normal or not)
Well I haven't had any problems with the GPM Parts
As for the motor I purchased the TT-01 Aluminium Heat Sink
and noticed that while the heat sink is hot the motor performs
better than it did without it.
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I brought a tt-01 rtr in hong kong… it was great, but I am having some troubles with it
1) do rc cars get really dirty after they run on the streets?
2) how can I clean it easily (without using lots of money)?
3) is there any harder body that I can use? After a few crashes, the body starts to break apart.
4) what option parts or spare parts should I buy next? Now I have ball bearings, aluminum shaft, and adjustable upper arm.
Does these TT-01R kit came with ESC, universal shaft.Can anyone here that bought these kit tell me.
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Old 08-10-2005, 11:38 PM   #21
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it comes with the aluminum blue shaft and i dont think it comes with a esc
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uh tamiya shells are crap, they break the easiest, go a frewer or protofrom
I have busted fewer tamiya shells than I have protoform. Tamiya shells seem to take alot of racing abuse. I have never used frewer so I can't say nothing about that.

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