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Old 09-24-2010, 06:35 PM   #16
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Jammin, join the fun anytime!
Prettty much just make a slightly longer chassis for the crt.5 (or a shorter chassis for the SCRT-10... Just thinking aloud.... Would be sweet!
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Old 09-24-2010, 07:41 PM   #17
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I am hooked, ordered mine today.....Showed the pics to a few other locals, I may not be the only one ordering, I think this class will pick up quick.......A lot of people like the speed of a 4wd, but not the fragile part, I think these would be more durable....
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We may not see one with jammin on it but I'm sure it will say hong nor even the SCRT' now say hong nor and no longer jammin on all the new kits
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Old 09-25-2010, 05:42 AM   #19
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I am hooked, ordered mine today.....Showed the pics to a few other locals, I may not be the only one ordering, I think this class will pick up quick.......A lot of people like the speed of a 4wd, but not the fragile part, I think these would be more durable....
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Old 09-25-2010, 08:28 AM   #20
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Arrow Not that new.

Guys, that chassis (a shorter version of it) has been around for more than a year then known as a 1/12 Hyper Mini-STe using first a Hyper Mini-ST body then a Proline Crowd Pleazer body. That truck was the basis for the popular Hyper SC10, the chassis having been lengthened. Using the lengthened chassis they now have the 1/10th Hyper TT.

Check out the photos and forum in the link below on the 1/12 Hyper Mini-STe-
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The Hyper 1/12 Mini-STe is one fun and tough truck, the TT could be the same if not better and best of all it's a popular scale (1/10) truck.
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Is that all you would need??? Thats a good idea, I might try the samething with mine!!
From what I can see in the pictures, those are the only different parts.
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When does this machine hit the shelves besides NitroHouse (they dont ship OS)?
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When does this machine hit the shelves besides NitroHouse (they dont ship OS)?
Looks like tower Hobbies is expecting it in October



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Does this take th Mod 1 pitch pionions ?
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Does this take th Mod 1 pitch pionions ?
Yes it is Mod-1
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For kicks I went over to OCRC because I needed to buy paint for my Hyper 9 body, I was hanging out for a while and got into gluing my BarCodes for my TT so as I stayed there longer and there was a break in between the races I dropped on the track and with a 6.5 Velosity motor dropped in I was dailed in and fast so I got real bold and decided to race with 1/8th Sportman Buggies and start last, man it was too funny. I race my way to second and I charged to get there, first was long gone but second was right there for a while until the leader was lapping me and just steam rolled me upside down and was too far from the marshal to keep second in tact the pack got past me and chased again to get third. It was fun and want to race again. I like the TT very much and hoping to see more.
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-R2- will u post a pic of urs so i can see how th electronics r layed out on th chissi ?
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I think several of us asked for something like this when the crt.5's first came out.as far as durability is concerned, my hyper10 is plenty durable. Way to go. Finally a 1/10 4wd truck/truggy that I would be content with!
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-R2- will u post a pic of urs so i can see how th electronics r layed out on th chissi ?
I'm still not satisfied with the way my electronics are layed out, with the 540 motor you can put the esc right behind the motor, the Havoc is pretty tight fit so I want to drop my esc behind the battery box but the box right now is placed further back and i would need to move it foward for a good layout and I also prefer to have the battery box foward just like my Hyper SC it seems to jump better.
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R u real happy with th performance of th 6.5 540 motor ?
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