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JTCC-RC

JTCC-RC

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Submitted By
Eddie Gonzales
4115, Texas, United States of America
Build Information
Readers Ride Title JTCC-RC
Vehicle Class On-road Car
Chassis Brand Tamiya
Chassis Model FF01
Body Brand Tamiya
Body Model Sedan / Touring
Power System Electric
Electric Motor Brand and Model Trinity
Speed Control Brand and Model Novak's 410-hpc / Current limiter
Battery Brand and Model 8 Sanyo 1800mAh Ni-Cd
Wheels and Tires Brand and Model Tamiya spoke on Pro-Line tread road hawg
Shocks Brand and Model I bought unknown aftermarket shocks .. kit did not have original.
Oil filled Aluminum w a short body for lower ride height. Also using silicon rings.
Springs – Tamiya
Axles Brand and Model Tamiya Universal drive shafts
Paint Brand and Model Pactra
Graphics Brand and Model Tamiya vinyl
Scale Accessories Brand and Model No added accessories
Light System Brand and Model N/A
Radio System Brand and Model Futaba FP-2PD AM w/ stock bec receiver and original crystals I added a high speed Futaba servo .
Sound System Brand and Model N/A
Other Options Brand and Model Added a Tamiya hopped-up differential. I also have an anodized aluminum heat sink that was only available with the limited kit.
Further Description/Back Story The JACCS Honda Accord was a limited edition. It was Tamiya's first FWD sedan chassis the FF-01. The body was painted all white and everything else was from the sheet. Warm water a little soap and a careful heat gun applied the livery. The kit measured 10x smaller than it's road going counterpart in track and wheelbase. It's a mid 90's kit kit chassis is stock but gearboxes have BB's. It runs 8 cells conditioned using a Super IQ'2 The Ni-Cd's still holds enough to power a tr-rotar 12T double in a short-stack 540 can.
I bought this in 1996-7 from a fellow racer at the track. He wanted the Civic body and suspension for another project and sold me the remaining new unbuilt chassis. I restored it and have only ran it a handful of times. This build would not have been possible without RC Car Action Magazine.

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