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  1. After a TT-02 chassis of some kind. Type S, TT-02D or even TT-02R. After getting a TT-02B recently and it not being quite as straight forward (or cheap) to interchange parts for a drift conversion. I'm after a separate chassis for the build. Thanks
  2. Guys, I know this topic is done to death but I just can't seem to find any answers to my specific question. I'm looking at purchasing some more Lipos for my TT-02b. Currently running a HPI Firebolt 15T Motor & Hobbywing 1060 ESC on Core RC Lipo - https://www.modelsport.co.uk/core-rc-4000mahr-7-4v-30-60c-2s-lipo/rc-car-products/388538 I'm narrowed down to two different batteries. One is 25C constant and the other is 40C-80C Burst. 25C: https://hobbyking.com/en_us/nano-tech-4200mah-2s-25c-hardcase.html 40-80C: https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-nano-tech-4200mah-2s2p-40-80c-hardcase-stick-pack.html Am I realistically going to see any difference in performance or usability? My preference is obviously the 25C because they're that much cheaper. Any advise is appreciated. Thanks. Sam
  3. Hi all, Recently joined this forum after purchasing myself a Neo Scorcher. Having a blast with it but one thing that really irritates me is the yellow shocks. I'm doing a custom paint scheme (red/black) and the yellow doesn't go. Ideally I want black and I've seen you can buy the plastic shock parts in black. However, there seems to be three different sizes. 1. Short, 2. Mini & 3. Super Mini. Can anyone help me identify which sizes are on the TT-02B? Fronts are 75mm and rears 90mm. Much appreciated Sam
  4. I second this. Just signed up to the forum just to post on this build! Great work. Car looks insane
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