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Old 07-31-2011, 10:29 PM   #3091
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just got my tt finshed
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and my paintsucks thats what i get for
trying the bag trick lol
Looks Awesome!!! What kind of tires and wheels are you running???
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Old 08-03-2011, 01:11 PM   #3092
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What do you think, I need to do is mount saddle pack?
Or I can balance the model with the usual layout of parts?
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Old 08-03-2011, 02:08 PM   #3093
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What do you think, I need to do is mount saddle pack?
Or I can balance the model with the usual layout of parts?
Are you talking about balancing front to back or left to right. Honestly if youre running something like a 5k mah 2s pack you should be good left to right. As far as front to back, the TT just likes to nose dive. Just get used to jumping it throttle on. You'll drive yourself crazy trying to tune the dive out of it. And balancing for grip/steering shouldn't be a problem either because this truck bites But thats just my opinion
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Old 08-06-2011, 09:47 PM   #3094
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Well, after having had this truck for a week, I must say I'm impressed with this kit. Currently I'm using a mmp with the castle 4 pole 4600kv motor. For steering i'm using a hitec 7955TG. I've also filled the riffs with fluid and am running 3k rear, 7k middle, and 2k up front. Steering is great and so far it has been pretty durable. I have broke two suspension arms, one front and one rear. I understand that the SC shares arms with this truggy. What I would like to know is whether or not there are some stronger plastic arms than stock? Thanks for any help.
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Old 08-15-2011, 06:44 PM   #3095
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my baby got some new shoes.... Pro-Line Gladiator 2 on HPI Scorch wheels....

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Old 08-16-2011, 08:08 PM   #3096
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Hey guys, I have a mini hyper ste in excellent condition with lots of goodies:

2 great condition chassis'- 1 is installed
Castle MMP
Trinity Pro 4 Monster Horsepower 550 motor- Sensored set up
Racing fan for the motor
IP Intellect 3s 11.1v 6800mah Lipo with deans connector and under 10 cycles!! barely used
Zippy 4s 3000mah
ICE charger with external power supply great condition
FLY SKY 2.4ghz radio and receiver
Proline crowdpleazer body painted black
**Losi 8ight front shocks in the rear!! Incredible upgrade- makes all the difference in the handling and jumping with this set up!
bag of goodies- springs for the rear shocks, stock rear shocks and springs, Novak glitch buster NIP, extra set of 1/8 wheel adapters
Front and rear universal drive shafts installed

I want to move this fast! buyer pays shipping- make me an offer guys!!
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Old 08-17-2011, 01:30 PM   #3097
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2680, nice wheels, looking good. I'm waiting on a set of Gladiators that are on back order!

Anyone know if the Losi 22T shocks would be good alternative to the stock shocks?

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Old 08-18-2011, 10:54 AM   #3098
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Hey everyone. Im gonna be running my hyper 10TT with the mmp and ballistic 550 4.5T. I m not sure what pinion I should run. Im still kinda new with this so any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Hey everyone. Im gonna be running my hyper 10TT with the mmp and ballistic 550 4.5T. I m not sure what pinion I should run. Im still kinda new with this so any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
I had a 17T pinion on mine with same motor and esc.. motor and esc temps were around 100 degrees, and if i turned up the timing, i would pull wheelies.

I ended up turning the timing completely off just so it would be manageable.
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I had a 17T pinion on mine with same motor and esc.. motor and esc temps were around 100 degrees, and if i turned up the timing, i would pull wheelies.

I ended up turning the timing completely off just so it would be manageable.

cool. sounds good. i'll give the 17T pinion a try. thanks and i really appreciate it.
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How hard would it be to convert a mini ste to 10tt?
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Old 08-18-2011, 07:39 PM   #3102
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How hard would it be to convert a mini ste to 10tt?

I've converted a friends - easy job.

You need:
- Chassis
- Centre drive shafts
- Body
- Wheels and Tyres

Price it up - here in Australia it was cheaper to buy a roller and have a ton of spare parts.
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I have a 10tt with MMP and Tekin 8.5t what should my gearng be for a medium sized track?
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I have a 10tt with MMP and Tekin 8.5t what should my gearng be for a medium sized track?
Since the 8.5 is a 5000kv motor, and the Novak 4.5 is also a 5000kv motor, and people are happy with a 17T pinion on the Novak, I'd say start with a 17T.
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Old 08-29-2011, 01:34 PM   #3105
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from me a hell lousy driver, here is something i found recently...

if anyone is breaking their rear uprights like i have been doing, the pirate10 rear upright is almost a direct fit. hobao ID 224006 or 224006a for the aluminium ones. think ofna's is 11006 or something.. i am def wrong here but i saw it somewhere...

the outer bearing on the upright is a 5x11 instead. smaller than the new TT ones.

but the TT 2 hinge looking things holding the rear lower arms keep breaking on me as well...

top photo is hyper tt. see the spacing between the 2 hinges?

some installation niggles but the hyper tt is a screw in type, and the pirate10 is a bolt and nut type. and as explained, in the above, the bearing differences for the outer bearing. the inner is the same.

i have personally done the conversion and it works well. that is all. it may not work well for everyone.

https://picasaweb.google.com/1060021...84538411761986

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