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Old 12-21-2016, 07:53 AM
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Love the body. And chance it would fit on any other standard tc chassis like an xray?
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Love the body. And chance it would fit on any other standard tc chassis like an xray?
Mon-tech sells a truck body that will fit touring cars if that's what you're looking for. Any Mon-tech retailer should be able to get it for you.
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Does anyone know if its legal to install the screw kit for the TT01 in the euro truck class....TCS says bearings only but I don't see how the hex screw kit would be any performance gain other then easier for me to work on?
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Does anyone know if its legal to install the screw kit for the TT01 in the euro truck class....TCS says bearings only but I don't see how the hex screw kit would be any performance gain other then easier for me to work on?
If they allow replacement screws then people may start using lightweight screw sets.
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Frustrating how Tamiya is always starting these "box stock" classes. Now if they let us hop-up this TT01 chassis (Tamiya parts, of course, and there are a bunch), this could be a really fun class!
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All I did in mine is change to a deans plug
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Originally Posted by littlehonda14 View Post
What is everyone running for steering servo?
I am going to use this one. We used it in a 6hr enduro and no issues.

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/tracksta...08sec-45g.html
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Originally Posted by littlehonda14 View Post
Does anyone know if its legal to install the screw kit for the TT01 in the euro truck class....TCS says bearings only but I don't see how the hex screw kit would be any performance gain other then easier for me to work on?
For the TCS Series you must run the kit screws.
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ok thanks will build using the Tamiya screws
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Got mine today. Going to build stock except with bearings.
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Old 12-23-2016, 12:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Laguna Bozo View Post
Frustrating how Tamiya is always starting these "box stock" classes. Now if they let us hop-up this TT01 chassis (Tamiya parts, of course, and there are a bunch), this could be a really fun class!
It wouldn't be much of a stock class if you could hop them up. These trucks are great with just bearings and stock Torque tuned motors. Cheap close racing.
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Do we ue the long rear axel or the standard one ?
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Got my chassis finished today. Going to use a spare Tc body until I get the truck body painted nice. Going to run on a very small track outside finished cement, tomorrow.
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Has anyone painted the rims a different color? If so is there anywhere I could see a picture?
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Originally Posted by littlehonda14 View Post
Has anyone painted the rims a different color? If so is there anywhere I could see a picture?
Be careful ...I dont think we are allow to paint rims under TCS rules
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