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drifters TT01
#1
hey guys figured id put up a thread for my TT,
i bought it as an $80AUD rtr car, come with an rx7 body was the original tamiya shell.
for$80 i was really happy, especially to find out the car had a rear locked diff and a front one way...i was a little weary at first with the one way...but oh dam how i love it now! so much fun to drive so prredictable and easy to drive...wines its head off but hey i dont mind!.

I then bought my mate a tt01 as he wanted a car and we figured buying the same car would be a good start ( start for him, for me its been 3-4 years since i used a drift rc car) his car was a little dodgy but with some parts i bought it slides awesome now!

My car come with a stock HPI 15t motor and esc, but also come with a venom esc with LRP vector 15t brushed motor...i used this for literally a day and nope, flagged it off to my mates car nd bought a second hand 9t ezrun set up for cheap! its in my car ow and runs mint, went and bought a gt3b flysky radio and havent looked back, car is fu to drive and very predictable. since i got the car i bought the YR steering and front cvds rear dog bones rear C hub and front knuckles. after using the front knuckles for a little bit i found i could get more lock out of the stock knuckles, but after a chat with my dad, hes taken the YR knuckles to his work to modify them for more lock...will see how they turn out. im awaiting shipment of a pair of cvds for the rear of my car so i can use the rear c hubs. As for batterys i started out with your standard NMIH batterys but now have a pair of 4000MAH 25C zippy lipos and they go amazing! also about to upgrade servos! ill post a few pics from begining to where im at now and some of my past bodies too! if you have any tips im all ears cheers!

When i first got the car:
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it then copped these goodies:
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steering, knuckles and cvds:
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my 32gtr on meshies:
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funny story i painted this body 3 or so years ago and got it back with the tt01 i bought lol

part 1

part 2:

the FDrx7 copped a bit of pig love:
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then went wheel shopping:
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Lock with YR knuckles:
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Lock with standard knuckles:
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now my gtr as it sits with new wheels :
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#2
Very nice...love the low stance:)
>SCREW IT, DONT NEED NO FANCY SIG<
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#3
nice cars man, what did you do to the stock knuckles?
Current: Tamiya / HPI

Future: MST
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#4
on the stock knuckles just like the YR knuckles there are 2 holes, i just moved the ball end to the front hole...currently have my YR knuckles at my dads work working on them to get even more lock from them :) will post pics when done :)
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#5
Wow great deal :)
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#6
yeah i was pretty happy wth it myself!
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#7
(05-15-2013, 05:39 PM)drifter_0089 Wrote:  on the stock knuckles just like the YR knuckles there are 2 holes, i just moved the ball end to the front hole...currently have my YR knuckles at my dads work working on them to get even more lock from them :) will post pics when done :)

Well that's great to hear.. I wanna see what you comeup with on the alloy arms.. Glad to see they worked out for you..
The underdog drifter....
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#8
Mod in on aftermarket parts?!
>SCREW IT, DONT NEED NO FANCY SIG<
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(05-15-2013, 07:43 PM)RCPHREEK Wrote:  Mod in on aftermarket parts?!

Yes... Many people here do it.. I will start to soon just to make parts fit and do what I want.. Lol...
The underdog drifter....
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#10
Well that's a very great idea lol
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