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Tamiya TT01 Vs. Himoto Nascada (Cheap Drift Electric)

Old 03-01-2007, 09:27 PM
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Well, finally got my hpi wheels and I mounted the abs tires. Here are some pics is almost finished. All I need is to solder dean plugs and that is all Is left to do for now. I will try it tomorrow and try to take a video during the weekend. Enjoy
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Old 03-01-2007, 09:55 PM
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So are you enjoying it so far? How fast is it and how does it drift? Also how long can you run it before the battery dies and how hard?
Old 03-01-2007, 10:16 PM
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Here is my other drifter. Is a 1/18th micro rs4 it has drift tires, locked diff, 300 motor and on the way a 1200 new battery pack. [>:]
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Old 03-02-2007, 10:47 AM
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Default RE: Tamiya TT01 Vs. Himoto Nascada (Cheap Drift Electric)

Posted my results with Himoto Nascada in the "official" thread.

[link=http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_4949554/anchors_5498481/mpage_13/key_/anchor/tm.htm#5498481]Himoto Official Thread[/link]

Curious at what upgrades you guys have done for yours. I found a few postings that suggested the stock ESC doesn't last long...especially if you push it with better batteries. My motor is toast. Wonder if I can find a cheap brushless. Best deal I can find now is a MambaMax with 12S Feigao for $160.
Old 03-02-2007, 06:26 PM
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I'll have to note that in my review. Seems like the quality of the Himoto cars varies quite a bit car to car. I've been lucky my Rapida Pro and my Volcano SV Pro run nicely. W'll see how my Nascada comes... tappin foot, waiting... waiting...
Old 06-12-2007, 01:25 AM
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My Review of the himoto on road electric car Nascada
i got it on April 14 2007

Stock battery leaked the first time i charged it with a charger provided by himoto
The receiver is working fine for me, never had any problems.
Remote is a 1000% garbage. Cheaply made, looses frequency. I use HPI remote
motor and esc were replace the moment i got this car :-) as you can see i prefer Team Orion 8 turn double motor.
I broke my Steering Arm #02014 and replaced it with part# 02131 Aluminum Steering arm from [link=http://rufaster.com/tsunami/tsunamipartsdescription.html]http://rufaster.com/tsunami/tsunamipartsdescription.html[/link] i also replaced plastic Door Type Mounts with Aluminum Door Type Mounts part #02132. those guys are out of 02130 Aluminum rear axle holder, however, i had no problem getting it of ebay.

in this car i use 75 teeth spur and 16 teeth pinion 42 pitch.
ball bearings are always a plus

today my friend (DADROP) got tt01 He needs to assemble it probably by tomorrow we'll see more reviews in this forum
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Old 06-26-2017, 04:53 AM
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I am looking in foros + info about the Himoto upgrades cause I'm thinking about buying the Himoto Nascada 1/10, and just found this old conversation... if you need Himoto spare parts, a quite big online store for spareparts is Factorhobby, well organized and big stock of Himoto options 1/18 to 1/8: https://www.factorhobby.com/en/rc-car-spareparts.html They sell worldwide... at least in all europe and america.
Old 04-28-2019, 10:52 AM
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looks like a decent car

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