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  1. TamiyaEra, that’s a very nice build and after seeing your numerous posts, I know you have a deep knowledge of all things Avante/Egress related. I bought an Egress in the summer and after doing lots of research and seeing @SteveB post about a TRF Edition Top Force, I thought about a TRF style Egress. Coincidentally this was also the same time Tamiya Legends also did his version. Prior to the build, I sourced a multitude of TRF parts - titanium turnbuckles, fluorine bearings, ceramic balls for the diffs, blue alloy hexes, assorted blue hardware and Yeah Racing alloy front and rear hubs. The TRF paintwork was done by Attack RC in Spain and I think he did an amazing job. Having only recently built a Hornet and Hotshot and having a Fox back when I was a kid, it was a very engaging build. Justin
  2. Finishing up my TRF inspired Egress
  3. Hi, Would Tamiya 45066 TBLE 03S and Quicrun 1060 esc work with original Acto Power Pink, Acto Power Touring Special and Dyna Run Super Touring motors? Much appreciated Justin
  4. I’ve just realised I’ve posted the same topic twice. Can someone delete one or explain to me how to delete the topic please?!!!! Many thanks
  5. Hi, I’m wondering if someone can explain what are the main differences between the TRF201XM and TRF211XM please. I know the TRF201XM has the aluminium chassis while the TRF211XM has the FRP chassis. Am I also right in assuming that the aluminium racing steering set 42258, the aluminium rear uprights (54245 and 54246) and various other hop ups for TRF201 can also be used on the 211XM? Many thanks Justin
  6. Hi, I’m wondering if someone can explain what are the main differences between the TRF201XM and TRF211XM please. I know the TRF201XM has the aluminium chassis while the TRF211XM has the FRP chassis. Am I also right in assuming that the aluminium racing steering set 42258, the aluminium rear uprights (54245 and 54246) and various other hop ups for TRF201 can also be used on the 211XM? Many thanks Justin
  7. Does anybody by any chance have Tamiya 42258 for sale? Many thanks, Justin
  8. Hi, thank you very much for all your input. Would anybody by any chance have Tamiya 84199 Avante 2011 titanium screw set for sale please? Many thanks Justin
  9. I have the following parts coming for the Egress re release: Yeah Racing front alloy knuckles Yeah Racing rear alloy hubs Yeah Racing Carbon CVD’s front and rear Super Stock TZ (what pinion should I be running? Steel 19t?) 2.2 wheels and tyres (do I need a Tamiya pin type hex adaptor) Can anybody recommend any other hop ups? I understand the Egress drives better with a centre ball diff instead of the torque splitter. Where can I get one of these and what is the part number please? Many thanks Justin
  10. @kid168 I know the Hi Cap shocks are very good already. I was just wondering if the Gmade shocks I have spare would be an improvement or not. Many thanks
  11. Hi, This is my first post. Like many others on here, I’ve revisited my childhood in acquiring a Hornet and Hotshot during the lockdown. I have an Egress on the way and was just wondering if any members would have any of these hop ups they’d be willing to sell: 53031 - Avante posi joints front 53032 - Avante posi joints rear 53053 - mini Hi Cap damper springs 53054 - short Hi Cap damper springs 50346 - Avante body set 53045 - Avante undercowl Would any of the TRF dampers fit the Egress and would they be an improvement? I also have some Gmade aeration shocks and was wondering if they would be worth putting on instead of the Hi Caps. All suggestions are welcome many thanks Justin
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