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Tamiya CC01 upgrades

Discussion in 'Scale Truck Chat' started by JAYDEN1999, Jan 8, 2014.

  1. JAYDEN1999

    JAYDEN1999 Studio Forums Elite
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    Hi,

    I will be getting a tamiya cc01 land cruiser 40 on the 27th of February and just want to know if there are any upgrades you think I should get with it?

    Thanks

    Jayden
     
  2. Nepsites

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    If you are planning to convert it to crawler then there is really a lot of modz you need to get. :)
    but for a normal scale trailing then maybe a GRU and alloy knuckles... :)
     
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    I am using it as a scaler
     
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    I think the most breakable part of CC-01 is the steering knuckles.. I think you need to change it to alloy one after it breaks. :)

    for scaling the cc-01 chassis is already scaled I think... just dont put big tyres. what body you plan to use?
     
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    Hi [MENTION=14078]Nepsites[/MENTION]

    I plan to use a land cruiser 40 body and when I said I was using it as a scaler, I meant I was going to go on trail runs with it and still have a scale truck

    THANKS FOR THE HELP!!!!
     
  6. Nasrtvrplwe

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    It’s really great posts.
    dubli
     
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