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Old 01-03-2005, 03:10 AM   #9466
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Unhappy Pro 4 Ball Diff Screw Broke

Hi does anyone who know that will any other brand replacement for Pro 4 Ball Diff Screw M2x25mm because i already broke 2 screw already and my Pro 4 just run few time only. thanks
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Old 01-03-2005, 04:48 AM   #9467
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Reggie: What's up man? RU coming to the Birds? I can't race this year because of school but ill be around.

Ooj: To my understanding the "high traction set" uses a softer more flexible material for the arms, they may be good for running on asphalt where you may need the extra little bit of traction. I would like to try a set myself along whith the 2mm chassis. We normally race at night and you tend to loose some traction as the night gets colder and the dew settles on the surface.
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Old 01-03-2005, 06:22 AM   #9468
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Does anyone know what the difference between the standard lower arms spare part and the high traction set is?

From what I can see they are the same - the high traction arm set is just a bundled package pair of the standard set. Can anyone confirm or disprove this?
I belive the High Traction set has more flex that the standard.
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Old 01-03-2005, 06:39 AM   #9469
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Guo- everybody uses the TC3/4 diff screw and nut. If fits perfect. I still have snapped 2 of them and a few people at my track have too. We also run the diff upfront pretty tight, but not locked. THe mod's seem to still sheer the heads of the TC3/4 bolt off. Maybe someone has found a beefier screw that works better.
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Old 01-03-2005, 09:04 AM   #9470
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hit is this the guy i tlk to at goldsboro yesterdy running pro4 in spec class how ru this is reggie
Yepp. Sure is..Hey Reggie! Car is good. I may try and run stock this week too.

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I'm headed to Snowbirds this year and just wanted to know how many other Pro4 drivers are going to be there?

Eric: who's going to be representing HPI at the Birds? Didn't see any HPI names on the entry list yet.
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Old 01-03-2005, 02:43 PM   #9472
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I am a proud owner of a new PRO4, so please excuse my ignorance from here on. I am duplicating a friendís set up and need two part numbers: 1. Pivot block shim kit 2. Pivot blocks. Thank you!.
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Old 01-03-2005, 02:45 PM   #9473
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I am a proud owner of a new PRO4, so please excuse my ignorance from here on. I am duplicating a friendís set up and need two part numbers: 1. Pivot block shim kit 2. Pivot blocks. Thank you!.
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Welcome... you'll definately like the car.

try Allspeed Hobbies... they carry alot of Pro4 spare and option parts.
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Where can I get a spool for my Pro 4?
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Where can I get a spool for my Pro 4?
Allspeed hobbies should have them instock...
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Is the HPI spool available in the states?
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Old 01-03-2005, 03:13 PM   #9477
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Is the HPI spool available in the states?
yes it is... I was able to get 2 from allspeed hobbies.
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Old 01-03-2005, 04:23 PM   #9478
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I'm running the Fut S9451 digital servo... std size servo should fit
and leave plenty of space for the ESC and Receiver. I ran the GT7 and have no problem with space... how big is your receiver?
I am able to fit a standard size servo into the car now with the set-up I have.
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I'm headed to Snowbirds this year and just wanted to know how many other Pro4 drivers are going to be there?

Eric: who's going to be representing HPI at the Birds? Didn't see any HPI names on the entry list yet.
I wont be racing but I will be there. I Know that Antonio Mateo from Spain will be racing his pro4 at the birds. Im sure Reggie from SC will me there too. Local guy Shane Williams Im sure will be there racing his.
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Old 01-03-2005, 05:09 PM   #9480
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Pucho you should check the entrant list, I'm in stock and sportsman nineteen turn. Hopefully this year will be better than last and I can run the entire event with the HPI instead of having to use an X-ray.
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