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veedub1955
03-12-2005, 12:12 AM
Hi I have just got hold of a TS4N SC I think it is a version one, silvery gold
chassis, black parts. Will the version 2 parts fit the same?
Hopups:-
Bearings
In the instructions it lists the following bearing sizes
4x8x3mm x 2
5x11x4mm x 4
3x8x4mm x 2
5x10x4mm x 4
6x12x4mm x 1
5x8x2.5mm x 4
But I have seen kits for sale that lists only the following sizes for the v2
5x10x4mm x 2 SUPPORT GEAR SHAFT
5x11x4 x 12 WHEEL BEARINGS
8x14x4 x 4 DIFF OUTPUT SUPPORT
Is this because mine is a v1 and not a v2 or can I safely order the v2 sizes? :confused:

2 speed
Will this bolt straight into my car? Where can I get a conversion?

Heat sink motor mounts
Are their any advantages of using these?

Brake discs
Which are better carbon or carbon fibre?

Belt tensioner
Is their any advantage of using the centre belt tensioner?

Any other tuning advise will be great thanks alot, also could someone PM me the best places to get the bits from

Also for anyone finding it hard to start put your finger over the exhaust and give it two pulls slowly then hook up your glow plug starter and pull away, mine starts literally the first time when using this method, any other method it takes ages, also found that pulling at 45 degrees towards the front of the car is better 2, a primer button on the tank would have made it easier

Phew thats it (for now!!)

Thanks in advance :D

Nick UK

ttrman
05-12-2005, 10:32 AM
Is this because mine is a v1 and not a v2 or can I safely order the v2 sizes? :confused: - Yes you can do this. VI and V2 specs didnt change any sizes on the car

2 speed
Will this bolt straight into my car? Where can I get a conversion?
yes -PD0896 Will fit

Heat sink motor mounts
Are their any advantages of using these?
if you are racing then yes. It will help transfer the heat. If you just intend on having fun with the car then it is just another expense.

Brake discs
Which are better carbon or carbon fibre? - For the TS4 - Fibre/PD1307

Belt tensioner
Is their any advantage of using the centre belt tensioner?
Useful addition (pd0912) Helps keep the side belt tensioned and is adjustable to your requirements.

veedub1955
05-12-2005, 03:21 PM
Many thanks for this info it is very much appreciated :D where is the best place to find parts on the net as my local shop dosent stock TT bits
Best Regards
Nick