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Old 06-09-2011, 05:49 AM   #6616
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DeShaun, looks nice!
+1 very nice indeed!
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Old 06-09-2011, 06:16 AM   #6617
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Thanks Jeff as long as it runs good is what I'm concerned about it no fun getting your but whipped with a nice looking car cause then it start to look bad.
How does the OS .25 run?
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Old 06-09-2011, 06:39 AM   #6618
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This is what you got mixed up on!
Here is a pic of the TT diff.

and the tower.


Sorry about the dirt.
Fresh from a run.
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Old 06-09-2011, 06:45 AM   #6619
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How does the OS .25 run?
O.S. 25xz runs great perfect motor for a heavier GT car. As you can see I put mine on a diet so I run a O.S. 21xzr on road motor now and its the best it the perfect combo of power and rpm with my car lightened.
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C'mon Sunday!!!
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Old 06-09-2011, 07:17 AM   #6621
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J D Roost,

So, you are saying that the Thunder Tiger 2-speed transmission has a smaller footprint than the Kyosho and OFNA ones? If that is the case, that would be very interesting. It could be what could make something like a Mugen or Associated buggy into a GT car with little modification. Hmmm.........................
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Imagine this with the Ipanema wide slicks

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Is that TT tranny shoe type?
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Old 06-09-2011, 07:26 AM   #6624
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Imagine this with the Ipanema wide slicks

Forget that with wide slicks. Imagine yourself behind the wheel at the Nuremburg track, pushing it to its very limit..................... Man, what a thought!!!!!
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No...finger style
Plus side it's built beefier than the Kyosho unit.

Dropped right into a the z01b diff carrier.
No mod's needed.
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No...finger style
Plus side it's built beefier than the Kyosho unit.

Dropped right into a the z01b diff carrier.
No mod's needed.
Is there a part number for the entire unit or did you have to piece it together?
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They sell the whole assembly on ebay for like 40 bucks.
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Forget that with wide slicks. Imagine yourself behind the wheel at the Nuremburg track, pushing it to its very limit..................... Man, what a thought!!!!!
I think I'm better wheeling the RC car. But if I were Kimi or Mika Häkkinen, then..

Thanks for the info re TT tranny.
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i would daily drive that car
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It would be nice if Kyosho made a plastic molded wing and mounts for a more scale appearance.
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