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Old 08-02-2009, 09:00 AM   #61
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here is the pic of the mod.
bend the body clip, insert in to the hole of the upper arm. secure it with some thin wire.
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ok i hav a qn..its is recommended to change the stock prop shaft coz its nt strong ryt...ive seen hop up aluminium prop shaft as well as c/f ones...most ppl use the aluminium ones...i juz wanna ask if the c/f ones are any good? or is it suppose to be better den the aluminium ones?
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Use weights to balance your chassis, not stabilizer bars. Most drifters would remove their stabilizer bars for drifting so as to enable chassis roll to maintain long drifts. Some drifters still have it on as a setting. To each their own. For drifting, it's the driver, not the kit.

Oh... thanks bro! I didn't wanna use weights at first because my chassis already almost 1600g... don't wanna make it too heavy..
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here is the pic of the mod.
bend the body clip, insert in to the hole of the upper arm. secure it with some thin wire.


Ooo... thanks bro! I'll try it soon! Thanks alot!
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Does anyone have a setup sheet for the TT01? thanks
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Regarding TT01D springs and shocks, which one is best for drifting? I change the rear to hard(white) springs, the front still the stock TT01D(red) spring.. shocks is CVA mini dampers.. wat do u use for your tt01??
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Regarding TT01D springs and shocks, which one is best for drifting? I change the rear to hard(white) springs, the front still the stock TT01D(red) spring.. shocks is CVA mini dampers.. wat do u use for your tt01??

use the super mini CVA shock, all spring F/R red, pull in tt-01 FOW for closer conering, right height will be F5.5mm R6mm off the ground it will be good to drift..................
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