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Old 12-20-2006, 12:24 AM   #1
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Default best setup for tg10-mk.1?

hi all

ive just returned to rc after 7 years and i have brought a friends old tg10-mk1 chassis which i plan to use as a track car and i was wondering if any o you know the best settings for this chassis for a track with high speed corners and long straits?

i have the tamiya 2 speed transmission with a kyosho gt12 engine (from an old sandmaster- same as tamiya fs-12 engine i have been told)and the rest is stock.

i was wondering what the best engine upgrade for this car is- i was looking at the tamiya/novarossi, its expensive,but is it worth the money?
also, my 2 speed transmission is not changing gear, i checed the bearing and it seemed fine and i loosend the hex nut in the transmission but no joy- if it is slipping, which is the best way t go about roughing the surfaces up?

any help wuld be great!


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