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Tamiya TT-02TT _ _ _ _ header_ Anzeige pro Seite. Es ist sinnvoll ein TTS zu kaufen und dann Tuningteile nachzukaufen (Motorhalter, Alu-Kardan, Speedgetriebe), denn es würde mehr kosten. Tamiya TT, Die Tuning - Teile von GPM - Racing haben wir bereits seit über 10 Jahren im Sortiment und bauen die Bestände und die Auswahl kontinuierlich.
Tt 02 Rc Tt-02 Type-Sr Chassis Kit VideoTT-02 Subaru BRZ first view German 4/18/ · Tamiya TT Type-SR Chassis - The TT series continues to expand with a new high-performance variant. The TT Type- SR is a chassis which takes the Type-S and combines it with a range of racing parts. The result: a fun, smooth and fast inexpensive drive straight out of the box! Featured Components: • Bushings for Adjustable Suspension Mounts () • 42mm Lightweight . ttシャーシ 縦置きモーター・シャフトドライブ方式の4WDモデル。 部品点数を抑えたパーツ構成で組み立てが容易なほか、上下分割式のギヤケースを採用することで高いメンテナンス性を確保。. 12/17/ · 当店で間違いなく一番人気のラジコンカー。それがタミヤさんの「tt」入門用からベテランが遊ぶまで。ラリーからトラックレーシングまで。用途はいろいろ。特に当店オリジナル規定で行われている「ttチャレンジクラス」規定が大人気。ほどよいスピードでわいわい仲間とバトル。. Brochure TTRX - discontinued: How to use the ELMO with SMART Notebook™ Quick Training Guide - TTRX: Quick Training Guide - TTRX+CRA TTRX Manual: Troubleshooting Articles: No Image from Document Camera output: Technical Bulletin TTRX ×. Pretty sure you will need a sensored motor. Tamiya's documentation doesn't say anything about it being compatible with sensorless motors. Plenty of brushless ESC out there that are only one or the other but not both. The TT02 comes with a 27t brushed motor. Aluminum Alloy Joint Drive Shaft Set for Tamiya TT tt TT01D OP $ $ Get it as soon as Thu, Dec 3. FREE Shipping on orders over $ TT Manual: Troubleshooting Articles: No Image from Document Camera output. The TT chassis is the successor to the TT as it incorporates many new features to make it even easier for the new R/C kit builder to assemble and learn from. The TT chassis performs well as cornering and overall speed has been enhanced to take advantage of new electronics available on the market. Gerne würde ich das Auto noch verbessern. Sprich viele Tuningteile sind bereits vorhanden und auch der Motor, sowie der Regler Siedler 0nline Servo. Spitzenrezensionen Neueste zuerst Spitzenrezensionen. Hm, Jungelkönig 2021 18T Set ist jetzt Jjoyclub gerade eine Ausgeburt an Leistung und Geschwindigkeit, es ist eher lahm.
Thanks for the reply and I will keep an eye out for the rally article. If you don't mind me asking how much did you end up spending with all the upgrades?
You can spend a lot on the separate hop-ups. To begin with bearings are the only essential part, then shocks etc.
Just have fun with the car and you can upgrade bits over time when you want to and use this guide as a pointer. Also feel free to ask questions. The TT02R is a great kit, and it has a lot of very useful hop-ups.
The rear hubs will make the car much more stable and easy to drive and the car also has bearings and oil shocks along with some other nice parts.
It does not have an esc or a body so you will have to factor the price of those into the equation. From an assembly point of view the kit is still good for a beginner.
The only part that is more involved is building the oil shocks. These are still not too hard to build and the Tamiya Instructions are excellent.
Other than that the kit is just as straightforward to build as the std TT The TT02S is more complex to build and is really just aimed for those who want to do club racing.
It does not let you use the shorter wheelbase shells and you cannot set it up for rally in the same way that you can do this with a the std TT02 and TT02R kits.
Let me know if you have any more questions. Hi, I use a lot of high spec electronics in the car that are very expensive. I also use stick controllers It's a UK thing so you might prefer a wheel controller.
What do you intend to use the car for? Let me know and I will recommend some electrics. You will not need an expensive set-up for this.
You can always upgrade later if you want to. The rear aluminium hubs are unique, but 2. Thanks for this article.
The k oil in the front diff worked like magic for me. Hi Do you maybe have the part number for Rear bumper holder lower and upper - TT01D part you used for replacing the bumper?
The part number for the upper bumper mount is The lower part is just of the hardened A-Parts Part No - If you cannot get those then you can use the part you have with the kit A parts A9 that you already have fitted.
Just remove the other plastic bumper part at the rear. Hope that helps :. What size shims would I need to remove slop. Really good work here, good Infos.
Thanks for that. If you want to do pure club racing I would suggest the Sakura XI sport as it has more tuning options as a kit standard.
You can do this with a few hop-ups for the TT02 but again that is extra cost. The tt02's strength is it's versatilely and the great parts support. But if you want a car just to race I would look at the Sakura XI or similar.
Yep just became aware of the BT-4 at HobbyKing. Do you have first hand expierience on the Sakura XI Sport and can compare the two?
That would be interesting. What FDR do you run in Im not so familiar with Yeah Racing parts. Is it a good brand? Since iam a tamiya driver, iam only use parts from Tamiya.
I like the motor mount as it is adjustable unlike the Tamiya one. I have had no issues using it and it seems to be good quality.
Wondering if you can advise on my Lancia TT build issue. I've really poor mesh there's like, none! Fitting the gear cover and bottom motor screws seems to make it worse.
Any tips on getting it to mesh? First build by the way - you can probably tell! Any help much appreciated.
Hi Ed I would just check how the motor is mounted into the plastic motor mount the thing with lots of holes. Check page 7 of the manuals.
There is box which shows you which way around it should be, and what holes to put the screws into. Let me know if that is fine and get back.
Afternoon, Thanks for your quick reply! I was so despondent I went and did some grocery shopping! So I checked what you recommended I check and everything was as it should be.
So I loosened the screws on the motor mount, re-tightened, refitted, recovered and it has excellent meshing! Weird, but perhaps somehing was just slightly out?
It now has great meshing with all holding screws and the gear cover attached. So, thanks for your help. I'd previously done all the above, except checking the mount, and even though the screws were in the right position, it was worth taking it off and refiting.
Really appreciate your help and your quick response! Many thanks indeed! Hi, can you give me the exact Size of the shims you used on the diffs?
And where you got them from? The greatest article about TTO2 I have ever never seen after few days research with google.
Really great article! Helps me understand so much things. Although the 64pitch smaller version spur is really hard to find, especially in france.
But I did found one thanks to the internet. Finally, big thanks!!! Thanks for that : I've always wanted to travel to Columbia.
Here are the main TT to type-S conversion parts Tamiya - Suspension metal parts set Tamiya Front carbon Type S shock tower Tamiya Rear Carbon Type S shock tower and also to get droop settings sorted you can get Tamiya - Steel rebound stopper You will need two of these as they only come as a pair.
You can only fit the rebound stopper on this steel suspension set. You will also need the suspension arms, hubs and turnbuckles.
As you can see the parts are available but it might be as cheap to buy a TTS I am doing a conversion soon, I just need more time for the article.
Hi I have been searching everywhere for a supplier of shims in the UK that holds stock covering a good range of sizes specifically all the above and I can't find any in the UK does anybody have any suggestions?
But I have few questions, could you please give me a look? The trouble is, I have installed upgraded a universal front drive shaft, and there seems not longer wheel axe for that.
I have been search a lot and looked through many articles on Amazon and the most common diameter is 64 mm, is there anything like 68 mm just like the real true scale race car do?
Many Thanks in advance. Cheers RCRacerMan, I dunno if you're still reading this, but your setup hints helped me a lot for my 1st steps into the amazing world of RC racing.
Great news! Have fun racing this article is very popular. The TT02 is a really popular car and even though I have a TRF I still race this car from time to time and update this guide do it is always up-to-date.
Or it depends on the person whos controlling the radio? Can I use TT02D for circuit racing? Hope you answer my question.
The D comes with drift tyres and the R has standard onroad tyres. The R has many more hop-ups and it would probably be the best one to buy.
If you want to drift it you could buy a set of drift tyres and it would drift the same as the D kit. You can go further and buy the Tamiya Diff lock block and fit it in your rear diff.
That will make it more prone to drift. For circuit you could run the diff locker in the front and that will help you get out of corners faster, although it will take a little bit of your steering away from the corner entry.
Hey RCRacerMan! Thanks for the great review! I have built mine up to snuff as well, just need to get the slop out. Any suggestion on a shim kit?
Is there even a kit for it? Or did you just buy shims separately? Any help would be much appreciated! Gotta get a leg up on my buddies!
Glad you like the review and guide. Takes a big chunk out of my spare time doing this site. For shims, there is not any set that I am aware off that does a range of sizes.
I usually just has a few of the Tamiya shim sets. Each set has 3 bags containing different thicknesses of the shim 0. For the TT02, you want 5mm shim for the arms.
That is the main one. The rest are less important, but 3mm, 4mm and 6mm are useful sets to get. Although if I was to buy just one set to start off with then get the 5mm Tamiya shims part no Does the ttr come with the hardened a-parts like the ttd?
Also what are your thoughts on a tamiya gt pro spec setup, the rules are a bit more strict, which parts of this guide would not be able to be done to keep within the class rules?
Hi Andrew. The R doesn't come with the hardened parts. Although they are easy to get separately. In the UK we are quite easy with our Tamiya classes.
I will take a look at the GT pro spec rules and get back to you. Thanks for the reply and all this great information.
Some of these details are very hard to find any information on at all. I'm going to see if I can find the part numbers for those hardened parts.
Also, like the blue and white hardened chassis, I've recently seen there are other blue and white parts coming out, are those just color changes to match the chassis or are they a different material as well?
I'm not sure if they are released or if I had just seen a picture from a convention. Glad you like the site.
It takes up a lot of my spare time. The Blue an white uprights are just std plastic. The hardened chassis is very good, I would recommend it.
Got one quick question Wouldn't you want a 3mm rod end on a 3mm turnbuckle? The names might be confusing but the rod ends are for a 3mm turnbuckle.
The 5mm part is for the ball end Tamiya ball ends are 5mm. I hope that clears it up. Hi I just finished building my ttd first build in 15 years and I am having a problem with the steering which seem to be constantly steering slightly right.
Its the same on the ground or up in the air and you can see it quite easily, I noticed some of the photos in this guide show a similar situation where you can see the steering arms when connected to the servo are off to one side.
I have tried the normal stuff like making sure its set straight and adjusting the trim but its not helping at all and I am at a loss.
Hi I would like to replace the TT02 screws with some nice Tit Allen screws is there any kit you guys recommend? I recently got a set of titanium screws for my TT02 from moodyfools.
They are top quality and I use those screws on my race cars. Thanks Man. I think my question should have been. What sizes do I need. Reason for asking is can I replace the selftapping screws with normal screws or should it be selftapping as well.
I wanna replace all the phillips with allen screws that's more quality. Ok So all I need to do is match the size and lengths of each screw type then I'll be ok.
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