Acceleration and maximum speed comparison video with different TT-02B gear ratios

I focused on the gear ratio this time. We chose three gear ratios: high gear setting, low gear setting and intermediate setting between them. * 5.74: 1 (high gear) Focus on top speed (too much?) * 8.42: 1 (middle) * 11.38: 1 (low gear) Acceleration emphasis (too much!) Make extreme settings It is. It’s easy, it’s up and down and in the middle. With these three settings, the time and the maximum speed of 20 m sprint were measured and compared. The outside air temperature during measurement is about 10 ° C. Changing the gear ratio is like this! What? I think that it became the animation of the basic contents of it. It would be greatly appreciated if you could see it loose. The RC car used is TT – 02B of the same example as usual. I will write down the specifications easily.

【Chassis】 TT – 02B
【Extra Parts & Hopups】 * Rubber seal bearings (OP. 8) make full bearings * Many drive systems are replaced with Tamiya optional parts * Lower arms of front suspension are aluminized (YEAH RACING) * Front hub carriers are aluminum (OP. 793) * Upstream light is aluminized (square) * Rear suspension is lower alarm (Eagle) * Rear upright is aluminumized (OP. 793) * Front and rear damper is DF – 03 aluminum damper (OP. 926)
【Battery】 Tamiya Racing Pack 1600SP
【ESC】 Tamiya TBLE-03S
【Spur Gear】 70T (Normal) Low gear 68T (SP 1500) Middle 64T (SP 1356) High Geared [Pinion Gear] 16T (OP. 354) At low gear 21 T (OP 356) Middle at 29 T (OP. 1229) At high gear
【Gear ratio】 * 5.74: 1 at high gear speed * 8.42: 1 at middle speed * 11.38 : 1 (At low gear)
【Differential gear】 Front: Differential lock (OP. 1649) Rear: Differential lock (OP. 1649)
【Tire】 M2 slick tire 2 set (OP. 224)

The measurement place is asphalt pavement, Sand and pebbles are also scattered. After considering these effects, I intend to compare three kinds of motors relatively, as it is. Chassis specifications (total weight, gear ratio, tire diameter, etc.) are changed for each movie. For that reason, it does not make much sense to directly compare the displayed speed and time with the comparison movies you have already made, so please understand. Although it is a scary movie, thank you. *** External link *** Ameblo CAGEMAN ch.


TRF to attend the 2018 TITC 3/1 – 3/4

TRF will give setting advice at TITC.

Asia’s largest RC event TITC (Thai International Touring Car Championship) will be held from 1st to 4th March at the Infinity Addict circuit in Bangkok, Thailand. TRF staff will participate in the race, as well as support for Tamiya user vehicle advice etc. in the pit. We will answer Tamiya’s RC car setup and other various questions so feel free to consult us.

From March 1st – 4th the Infinity Addict Circuit in beautiful Bangkok, Thailand plays host to the Thailand International Touring Car Championships (TITC), TRF (Tamiya Racing Factory) team members will be in attendance, Enquiries will be happily received! See the below link for the official event homepage (Tamiya is not responsible for the contents of external sites):

Tamiya Carp Mini 4WD limited production model

Hiroshima Carp and Tamiya of Mini 4WD are dream collaborations!

※ The picture is a kit assembled.

◆ Features
A special kit based on the mini 4WD version of “Boomerang”, a famous car that built one era in the 1980’s RC car boom, “Boomerang RS” (released in 2005).
The aerodynamic form where the body of the wedge shape is directly connected to the large rear wing is characteristic.
The chassis adopts the popular “VS” type currently in the mini 4WD race scene, and it is possible to make quick cornering making use of light weight & short wheelbase.
※ “Mini 4WD” is a registered trademark of Tamiya.

◆ Basic Specification

· Total length at completion
· about 146 mm · overall width about 90 mm
· total height of about 52 mm
· with 130 types of normal motor
· assembly is fitted with no adhesive required
※ Age 10 or more

◆ Separately Required
· Two AA batteries

◆ Tools used
· Nipper
· Cutter knife
· Phillips screwdriver M

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Source and order location (Japanese)