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Am i right in thinking this car only uses stubby lipos?
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Am i right in thinking this car only uses stubby lipos?
Yes that is correct
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Hi John,
As you have both would you mind confirming as there is nothing on the web site specs.
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QUOTE=john333;731440]30 degree[/QUOTE]
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Hi John,
As you have both would you mind confirming as there is nothing on the web site specs.
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QUOTE=john333;731440]30 degree
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Er...........no because I think I was wrong lol, as someone else has corrected me they are 25 deg, sorry for my incorrect info
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£24 quid a pop from hobbyking is not too bad.
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+1 from Hobbyking
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Peps,

What shell did you get with yours? Mines got an old TC02C rear cab shell - not happy.

Everything else spot on - only a third built but looking good already - especially with with added bling......

Finish at the weekend. - race on Tuesday
Jez, people were saying this on the TeamC forum, maybe its all kits
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That'll definately be Plan B then.....
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Hobbyking all the way,ordered at 2am wednesday morning,delivered this morning,can't fault the delivery times and that was from Holland.
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Phat Bodies have avery nice cab forward coming for the TM2 watch this forum.


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Did you have the like of your shorty from hobbyking.
I don't find some with the EFRA homologation
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+1 for hobbyking stubbies, ordered Tuesday night, delivered this morning.

Building my TM2 this weekend, can't wait
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Did you have the like of your shorty from hobbyking.
I don't find some with the EFRA homologation
The 4200mah shortys are on the ROAR list. Not sure if that helps.
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Excellent first club night with the TM2, fast and consistent straight away and TQ by a lap and four seconds. Stripped a spur in the final but hey ho, these things happen from time to time.

Found the car extremely easy to drive, even on the slippy sections. The yrack certainly wasn't high grip so i think this shows great promise for the car.

Will post a full set up on here tomorrow, i'm off to bed ;0)
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With the car having a gear diff what is the pros and cons to the gear diff over a ball diff
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Excellent first club night with the TM2, fast and consistent straight away and TQ by a lap and four seconds. Stripped a spur in the final but hey ho, these things happen from time to time.

Found the car extremely easy to drive, even on the slippy sections. The yrack certainly wasn't high grip so i think this shows great promise for the car.

Will post a full set up on here tomorrow, i'm off to bed ;0)
We would have been much closer in the final
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Hi,is the front end legal or is it too wide,or will i need to put the kyosho front spindles on?
The front end will need to be modified to get it in the box at regionals, there are several options, i'll be using the AE front axles as I already have them but others will use Kyosho parts as said earlier.
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We would have been much closer in the final
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Apex Models still have one in stock for anyone wanting one.

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