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Old 06-09-2004, 04:49 PM   #5356
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oh well thats life, and I had just sent another PM too Thats ok, Im gonna get my Pro 4 one way or another
I'll sell you mine for 1trillion cents...

:d I saw a couple of great deals on ebay the last couple of weeks...
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Old 06-09-2004, 05:15 PM   #5357
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lol, well thats just great, cause I happen to have that right here. Can you take quarters though, cause it really a pain to count out all those pennies

one quick question, how big of a pinion can fit on the pro 4 with the stock 98t spur? will a 38t fit? thanx
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Old 06-09-2004, 05:19 PM   #5358
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lol, well thats just great, cause I happen to have that right here. Can you take quarters though, cause it really a pain to count out all those pennies

one quick question, how big of a pinion can fit on the pro 4 with the stock 98t spur? will a 38t fit? thanx
I've ran a 36 at one point...38T should fit with no problems...
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Old 06-09-2004, 05:26 PM   #5359
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thanks for the quick reply, I had the stuff in the cart and I was ready to click checkout
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I've gotten a 40T on there. Seemed like I could go bigger too.
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Old 06-09-2004, 06:36 PM   #5361
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Check out the Pro 4 Manual, pg. 32 for what gears will fit with which pinions. Basically anything from 25T through 50T.

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Old 06-09-2004, 08:05 PM   #5362
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Post JDM_DOHC_SiR pro 4

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Where did you get the aluminum hub carriers and the aluminum brace that fits around the diff case?
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stork, those are either square r/c parts or jet parts
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for square parts you could check speedtechrc.com
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anyone in hear have a good setup for my friend. he bought a pro-4 and is having a tuff time getting it to work well.
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anyone in hear have a good setup for my friend. he bought a pro-4 and is having a tuff time getting it to work well.
try the stock set-up...works well...from there he can fine tune to his driving style....
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farls3589, can you give us some more information regarding track surface, required tires, small or large track, stock or mod,etc?
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Old 06-10-2004, 09:42 AM   #5368
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I had the TC3 some years ago and love it becos it was the most aggressive car off the line and out of the corners compared to the others.

Now I am coming back to RC and wondering if I should buy another TC3 which seems to be a little dated now OR should I try out the HPI Pro4?

Any brothers here who had driven both of these 2 cars? Which has the more agressive corners and acceleration? PLs advise I am dying to get back but just do not know which car to start with again ...
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anyone in hear have a good setup for my friend. he bought a pro-4 and is having a tuff time getting it to work well.
As previously posted the stock set-up is a really good starting point. One thing to watch are the droop settings, I set mine up with too much down-travel on the front and it over-steered like a pig!! Make sure you get that right.

Also I have fount the car much more forgiving to drive without the sway bars, maybe some lighter ones would be good.
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Old 06-10-2004, 10:09 AM   #5370
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Erik, what gears will fit on the pro 4?

And did you really design the car?

I thought some japanese guy said he did
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