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Old 01-25-2012, 03:02 AM
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Here's my AeroTech composite rocket engine powered speed run car,
designed for D,E,F reloads......have some stability issues to work out.

Only ran low powered D......might make some vert fins????

Once tracking issues are worked out, I'll step up the power.

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Old 01-25-2012, 06:08 AM
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Hi everyone, I have a TT01R and was looking for aftermarket pinon gears; but I've seen that is a lot of different ones!! 32 pich, 48 pitch, 64 pitch, mod 0.6...which one is like Tamiya's?? Please someone help me!
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Hi,
did somebody try the ARTA Garaiya body on the TT01?
Im looking for a flat body for my clubrace series. I now use the Ferrari F430, but it isnt availible anymore.
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Hi everyone, I have a TT01R and was looking for aftermarket pinon gears; but I've seen that is a lot of different ones!! 32 pich, 48 pitch, 64 pitch, mod 0.6...which one is like Tamiya's?? Please someone help me!
Thanks in advance!

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Old 02-08-2012, 12:12 AM
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Hi everyone, I have a TT01R and was looking for aftermarket pinon gears; but I've seen that is a lot of different ones!! 32 pich, 48 pitch, 64 pitch, mod 0.6...which one is like Tamiya's?? Please someone help me!
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0.6 will work, i'm runing 55/27 right now using 0.6 pinion and original tamiya hop up spur
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Guys:

I am new to this type of racing, and looking for some setup ideas for this race. What Pistons, oil, springs? What tires, incerts? How about gearing?

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Old 02-20-2012, 03:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Dave Fugate View Post
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I am new to this type of racing, and looking for some setup ideas for this race. What Pistons, oil, springs? What tires, incerts? How about gearing?

Dave Fugate
You should ask in the TCS Racing thread over in the Racing Forum because any advice you get will need to include TCS legal parts. There's a ton of ways to improve a TT01E, and most are NOT TCS legal.
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Originally Posted by Dave Fugate View Post
Guys:

I am new to this type of racing, and looking for some setup ideas for this race. What Pistons, oil, springs? What tires, incerts? How about gearing?

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I'm sure there a lot of guys on this forum that can help you. The fast guys I knew ran 55/25 gearing. The "E" is a very good car. Below are the rules for the TCS.


Spec Novice Rules
Recommended Minimum Skill Level: Novice; Minimal to no racing experience, early stages of driving development.
The Spec class is intended for Novice drivers only. Itís the host sites discretion to police over qualified racers from the class.

Legal chassis platforms: TT-01, TT-01R, TT-01E and TT-01R-Type E.
The Novice Spec class is limited to the following option parts:
Plastic body CVA mini oil-filled shock set. (Any Tamiya spring may be used)
TT-01 aluminum center prop shaft (53620 and 54026)
TT-01 propeller joint cup set
TT-01 ball bearings (53497 and 54025)
TT-01 adjustable upper arm set (53674)
TT-01 turnbuckle steering tie-rod set (53662)
TT-01 carbon upper deck (53672)
5mm aluminum ball connectors
Aluminum clamp type wheel hubs (4mm, 5mm, 6mm)
Metal motor mount (53666)
Speed tuned gear set. (53665)
The Kit type closed-end-bell, silver can motor (Mabuchi/Johnson) and the 540-J (item 53689) are the only motors allowed for this class.
You must run kit type tires: Racing Slicks (50454), Racing Radials (50419), Racing Semi Slick Tires (50810). These are all rubber/vinyl compounds.
Medium Narrow 24mm tires are not allowed. All Tamiya Spec Class cars must use 26mm wheels and tires.
Battery rules: Any TCS approved NiCd, NiMh and LIPO batteries. See general rules section.
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Somebody knows a plastic bevel gear for diff? The metal gear is too heavy
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you can try yokomo bevel gears, ive modified my diff casing to fit a yokomo 1.8CS kit on my tt01. only thing i had to do was dremel out the bearing seats.
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Well sold a TT-01E a while back...

Picked up a roller for cheap off eBay to build as a drifter and eventually I'd like to throw on the Eagle chassis along with a one way. Roller already has the aluminum drive shaft and ball bearings.

My question is I'm dropping a MMP along with a 6900kv 4pole. Tamiya uses their 0.5 mod gears how do I convert to standard 48 pitch?

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Hello guys,
where I can buy titan/aluminium gear 55-58T for TT-01?

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So.. I decided to race my TT-01 in VTA. Man, what a great car! I'm not AS fast as the other guys, but getting pretty close. The main thing was the gearing. I made a custom, round motor plate so I could rotate and adjust the gear mesh (like the old losi street weapons). And, I found out if I drilled out the FF03 gear adapter for the shaft... it fit normal gears!!! Wowza! This car is truly an amazing tank of a car!

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Originally Posted by jhwnissan View Post
So.. I decided to race my TT-01 in VTA. Man, what a great car! I'm not AS fast as the other guys, but getting pretty close. The main thing was the gearing. I made a custom, round motor plate so I could rotate and adjust the gear mesh (like the old losi street weapons). And, I found out if I drilled out the FF03 gear adapter for the shaft... it fit normal gears!!! Wowza! This car is truly an amazing tank of a car!

Wow what a great inovation on spur gear adapter. Can you post your motor mount?
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Originally Posted by b.wihardja View Post
Wow what a great inovation on spur gear adapter. Can you post your motor mount?
Sure, it's basically a circular piece that's been ground to be perfectly round. The motor mount is slightly offset so when you rotate it, it makes the motor closer or farther away. It's not perfect and the top doesn't close quite as tight as previously, but it clamps and holds the motor well. I had to grind out a hole for the larger gear in the cover, but I'll take a picture to explain that as well. The biggest part was just making that gear adaptor. Anyone with a drill and a clamp can do it as long as they can drill it straight and not offset. The pin that goes through works real well to hold it in place. The gear covers the pin as well so no worries on it shaking out at high rpms.
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