Page 3 of 16 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 ... LastLast
Results 21 to 30 of 151

Thread: Tamiya TT-01

  1. #21
    Senior Member shichi~'s Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Name
    Ethan
    State
    VIC
    Location
    North Suburbs
    Country
    Australia
    Posts
    542

    Default


    TO REMOVE ADS, PLEASE
    REGISTER OR SIGN IN
    charging lucky i got lights for a night session

  • #22
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Name
    Dim
    State
    NSW
    Location
    Menai
    Country
    Australia
    Posts
    882

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by pen15 View Post
    im not a very big fan of tamiya my rc drifter is a cen ct5 with a little money spent on it but those hatchis above are sick where did you get those wheels and what brand are they hpi or something im keen as mustard for 1
    Do you drift it up at the competition days at menai dude?

  • #23
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Name
    Nick
    State
    SA
    Location
    western suburbs
    Country
    Australia
    Posts
    129

    Default

    sold my RC drifter awhile ago, miss doing twin drifts with my brother had a JZX100 body with dished work rims, loved doing some wall scraping in my backyard

  • #24
    Veteran pen15's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Name
    Mathew
    State
    NSW
    Location
    Sutho Shire
    Country
    Australia
    Posts
    1,859

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by focus_7 View Post
    Do you drift it up at the competition days at menai dude?
    at menai isn't that for batter only i run nitro i usually just drift them with m8ts i wouldn't mine getting a nicely setup electric 1 tough like those hatchis
    the dyno pull to 300rwkw

    BT20v is making 300rwkw like i said i would without nitrous so now its time for some spray and see if she will run a 10s or less

  • #25
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Name
    Dim
    State
    NSW
    Location
    Menai
    Country
    Australia
    Posts
    882

    Default

    I'm not sure what they run, I havn't been there. I know beau yates goes up there and drifts his.

  • #26
    Member crazy nanna's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Name
    Hurb
    State
    QLD
    Location
    Wynnum
    Country
    Australia
    Posts
    66

    Default

    Hey D. I've had my tt01 for years and love thrashing it(which it cops haha) if you go the tt01d(d=drift) kit you get a real good base kit for sliding and hop ups make it better again. As for body shapes you can buy heaps of different ones and just interchange them to suit you mood on the day...fun painting up the shells to.lol

    I recommend getting at least 2 batteries( I run 3000'S) as 1 battery just doesn't seem to give long enough playtime.lol
    With locking your diffs use either rolled up balls of chux cloth(pack theses in tight) or pack silly putty into the 3 planetry gears in the diff.Using either of these allow a tiny amount of shock absorbing qualities in the diff which make for smoother easier to control transitions.
    Bluetak is good to begin with but becomes soft & gooey with the heat after a bit of use which means you lose your locker diff.
    If you lock your rear diff only(which I run &prefer) it makes the transions snappy and prone to spins but you just have to patiently adjust your suspension settings until you find that happy balance
    if you lock both front & back it makes for a bit easier control in transitions and such but I found it was not as good for smaller, tighter controlling courses as the rear only with suspension balance....it really is a case of trying out till you find your happy setup.

    Different types of drift tyre work different on different surfaces also


    Check out this site (Brizdrift)as its Brissie based and very useful. They also hold Thursday night slides at Cannon Hill netball courts

    http://www.brizdrift.org/

    looks like we may have to have a Kaizen Garage drift series hey Ant!?haha

    I know some good spots off track too(almost streeting.hahaha) so we'll all have to catch up soon
    IMMORTAL IMAGES
    tattooing & body piercing
    home of the dori oni tattoo

  • #27
    Veteran driftke70's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Name
    Ryan
    State
    QLD
    Location
    Buderim
    Country
    Australia
    Posts
    5,497

    Default

    be cool to make a roc style race with overlapping bridge and shit.
    wheelfriends.wordpress.com

  • #28
    Veteran slydar's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    Name
    Dimitri
    State
    QLD
    Location
    Brisbane
    Country
    Australia
    Posts
    3,096

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by crazy nanna View Post
    Hey D. I've had my tt01 for years and love thrashing it(which it cops haha) if you go the tt01d(d=drift) kit you get a real good base kit for sliding and hop ups make it better again. As for body shapes you can buy heaps of different ones and just interchange them to suit you mood on the day...fun painting up the shells to.lol

    I recommend getting at least 2 batteries( I run 3000'S) as 1 battery just doesn't seem to give long enough playtime.lol
    With locking your diffs use either rolled up balls of chux cloth(pack theses in tight) or pack silly putty into the 3 planetry gears in the diff.Using either of these allow a tiny amount of shock absorbing qualities in the diff which make for smoother easier to control transitions.
    Bluetak is good to begin with but becomes soft & gooey with the heat after a bit of use which means you lose your locker diff.
    If you lock your rear diff only(which I run &prefer) it makes the transions snappy and prone to spins but you just have to patiently adjust your suspension settings until you find that happy balance
    if you lock both front & back it makes for a bit easier control in transitions and such but I found it was not as good for smaller, tighter controlling courses as the rear only with suspension balance....it really is a case of trying out till you find your happy setup.

    Different types of drift tyre work different on different surfaces also


    Check out this site (Brizdrift)as its Brissie based and very useful. They also hold Thursday night slides at Cannon Hill netball courts

    http://www.brizdrift.org/

    looks like we may have to have a Kaizen Garage drift series hey Ant!?haha

    I know some good spots off track too(almost streeting.hahaha) so we'll all have to catch up soon
    awesome man thanks for the pointers.

    i actually signed up for briz drift the other day, account just activated.

    and yeah TT01 will do for now for sure. not 100% sure im going to totally get into it. if i do.. ill upgrade, and by then ill know exactly what i want
    78's

  • #29
    Veteran slydar's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    Name
    Dimitri
    State
    QLD
    Location
    Brisbane
    Country
    Australia
    Posts
    3,096

    Default

    im ordering my chassis tomorrow + ally prop and bearings from a HK ebay store i think, pending a few calls to some local shops.

    speedway pal wheels and probabaly a yokomo hachi shell from an aussie place http://www.genkidoridori.com/

    going to have a longer think about motor/esc/radio combo.
    78's

  • #30
    Member crazy nanna's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Name
    Hurb
    State
    QLD
    Location
    Wynnum
    Country
    Australia
    Posts
    66

    Default


    TO REMOVE ADS, PLEASE
    REGISTER OR SIGN IN
    Your gunna have a ball mate!
    I just bought mine for fun to start but the mod bug works on all size cars.hahahaha

    ally prop is probaly the first & best upgrade(sorry I didn't mention it in the first post) as the plastic has way more give/play then the ally. also ally gives better response too.
    IMMORTAL IMAGES
    tattooing & body piercing
    home of the dori oni tattoo

  • Page 3 of 16 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 ... LastLast

    Similar Threads

    1. Tamiya TT-01 1/10 scale RC drift car.
      By T-18 in forum Other Items for Sale
      Replies: 16
      Last Post: 29th April 2009, 04:08 PM
    2. Tamiya TT-01 electric rc car
      By drew86 in forum Other Items for Sale
      Replies: 1
      Last Post: 6th February 2009, 06:09 PM

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •