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RE: The Official - Tamiya M03 - Racing Thread

If you are using a lipo you might want to add weight. I found the heavy weight of a NiMh helped the handling.
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RE: The Tamiya Mini Cooper '94 (M03) or the Subaru Impreza '07 (TT-01)?

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RE: The Tamiya Mini Cooper '94 (M03) or the Subaru Impreza '07 (TT-01)?

Pinions are an easy way to get faster, just watch the tempature on your ESC.
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RE: Is Rcmart.com reliable?

www.ultimatehobbies.com


Shipping that big kit is what is killing you.
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RE: Lipo

I would suggest a charger with a built in balancer
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RE: The Tamiya Mini Cooper '94 (M03) or the Subaru Impreza '07 (TT-01)?

Get the TA-05 and if you decide to race later, well it's a good racer!
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RE: Is Rcmart.com reliable?

be sure to confirm your adress before ordering - shipping to texas normally takes about 2 weeks
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RE: is senserless brushless roar legal?

I don't think they are.

The guys here run 17.5 stock

Do you already have the mamba?

It is possible to run a sensored motor on the mamba if you already have it.
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RE: Noob. Brushless System to get

Crap, I hope you didn't buy the Mamba already. It's a good system, but it's not a racing brushless system. Many people here recommend the Mamba for racing, but it is not good for racing. Let me tell...
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RE: TA-05 Vs. TB-03

never had a problem with rock in the belts in my TA-05.
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RE: Which 1/10 onroad electric to start?

Of the cars you listed TC4, is good and usually has good parts availability.
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RE: Which 1/10 onroad electric to start?

TT-01 cars are not very tuneable.

See what your local shop carries in parts, then buy the brand they carry. Team Magic car is a get preformer. Also wanted to mention the Tamiya TA-05 as being...
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RE: SPEED PASSION BRUSHLESS

Sidewinder is good, but the Hobby Wing is good too!
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RE: Tamiya Mini Coopers - what is the difference?

The M-04 is horrible for racing. TCS rules pretty much mean you can not modify the vehicle in any way shape or form. You are going to be running the stock motors that came with the kit. They are...
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RE: SPEED PASSION BRUSHLESS

Here are some better ones.

http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/rc-motor-brushless-hobbywing-ezrun60aslh85t-motorprogramcard-combo-18car-p-27594.html?cPath=293_946

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RE: SPEED PASSION BRUSHLESS

That is the ESC I have. Pass on it, there are better ESC's out there. The motor is good.
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RE: 1/10 RC Formula 1 Cars...lets see'em

I am so close to buying one of those V103's
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RE: SPEED PASSION BRUSHLESS

p.s. they were never $249.


I have an Exige ESC and the one I have I would rate as okay. It didn't come with a programming card, and the programming card is very limited. Also I don't think...
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RE: SPEED PASSION BRUSHLESS

The motor is good! It is equivilant to a 13.5 SS Novak

The ESC you have to post a picture of. I have two exiges, but I am trying to figure out which one you are posting about.
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RE: Tamiya Mini Coopers - what is the difference?

Sure no problem. If you need help getting a setup let me know. I race these.
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RE: Tamiya Mini Coopers - what is the difference?

Here are some cheaper prices.

http://www.ultimatehobbies.com/istar.asp?a=6&id=TAM57744!1006

http://www.ultimatehobbies.com/istar.asp?a=6&id=TAM57736!1001

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RE: Tamiya Mini Coopers - what is the difference?

If you want to race it, you should first ask the locals the rules they use reguarding ESC, Motors, and Batteries.

No need to buy twice.
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RE: Tamiya Mini Coopers - what is the difference?

Check out these cool hop up's.

http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/rc-tl01ff01ff02m03-square-bumper-m03m-smf10b-p-22128.html?cPath=595_744_707

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