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    Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    Talk about your TT-01 here! All tt-01 owners and fans welcome!
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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    im planning on my tamiya hop-up wish list. Any suggestions are welcome.
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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread





    Here is my TT-01.

    So far I have an Aluminium Drive Shaft, Ball Bearings and the Heat Sink.

    Soon it will have the carbon upper brace, aluminium oil filled shocks, decent 27t stock motor. I need some new tires too, prolly get some takeoff 27's.

    QUALITY HOP-UPS:

    Aluminium Motor Mount

    Aluminium Wheel Hex's

    Motor Heat Sink

    55t / 58t Spur Gear Set

    Aluminium Drive Shaft (This is a MUST!)

    Ball Bearings (THIS IS A MUST!)

    22t / 23t Tamiya Pinion Gear Set (Haha to lazy to find a link to this one somewhere)

    Carbon Upper Brace

    CVA Mini Shocks (ANY OIL FILLEDS ARE BETTER THAN STOCK!)

    And yeah, you will need some new tires, stockers on a TT-01 are trash. If you are just a basher. pick up some foamies, they are cheap and last longer than rubbers, but are not legal to race with at all tracks. If you are a racer, pick up some rubbers, I like Take-offs the most, but whatever the others guys are running is normally the best .
    -Tamiya TT-01

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    Hmmm ive been thinking about street cars is the TT-01 good???

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    Hey bigmik, what kind of speeds and runtimes you get with that set-up? Also what kind of batteries you using?
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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    i gotta go. Be back on later!
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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    ORIGINAL: RC_Diablo

    Hmmm ive been thinking about street cars is the TT-01 good???
    For the price? Its awsome! Great for intro to on-road!
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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    It is a good beginner car yes, but it is by no means a top end racer. It really lacks adjustability, so it's hard to dial in to a track, but that can be good for a new person because they can't mess it up to bad.

    It is a really strong chassis, hard to break, and parts are available at nearly all LHS's. It is also a common chassis for people to drift with.

    Running the Tamiya Sports Tuned motor (geared 22/58) I get around 30-40 minute run times with a 3000mAh pack. As for speeds, it tops out at about 45kph with the 22t pinion, pushing over 50kph with the 23t. I am picking up a racing stock motor (the tamiya sports tuned is a really crap motor, but its cheap, and is faster than stock) so I should be seeing closer to 55kph out of it I hope with the 22t pinion, and acceleration will be a heap better, bu runtime will drop to around 25mins I think.
    -Tamiya TT-01

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    Well racing doesnt matter to me the only RC tracks around here are dirt tracks so wouldnt have anywhere to race anyways I might look into one

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    If you arn't going to race, this car would be great.

    I mean I even take mine off my jump at like 30mph!!! Never broke doing that either.
    -Tamiya TT-01

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    Hmmm if its as strong as you say im getting one[>:][>:][>:][>:]

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    Haha last time I broke it was when I tagged a read wheel on a steel post at full speed, and that ONLY broke a rear a-arm brace, not even an arm itself!
    -Tamiya TT-01

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    [>:]Sign me up[>:] lol now I gotta go find some deals

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    PM Sent to you.
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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    thx for that bIGmik

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    No probs...
    -Tamiya TT-01

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    i get around 60-70 kmph on my tt-01 ddepending on the terraini have aluminum shaft, ball bearings, aluminum heatsink, 22 t pinion, 10 t motor, foams. it goes vroom vroom lol.
    i quit r/c.

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    does anyone have a tt-01 rally thsat they jump if so a picture would be nice
    i quit r/c.

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    I jump mine sometimes... Haha.
    -Tamiya TT-01

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    is the ball diff a worthy upgrade?
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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    If you race maybe.
    -Tamiya TT-01

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    Hey folks. what pinion do you recomend to use with a Chameleon 2 pro, 19 turn motor?
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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    22t pinion, and a 58t spur. If that doesn't get hot, move up to the 23t pinoin.
    -Tamiya TT-01

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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    hmm, is it a bad idea to change only the pinion?

    dont know where i can get my hands on a tamiya spur gear "cheap"?
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    RE: Official Tamiya TT-01 Thread

    You can only use curtain pinion, with curtain spurs in the TT-01. I can't remember all the combinations, but I find that 22/23 pinion with a 28 spur is great for anyt rack!
    -Tamiya TT-01


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