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Old 09-02-2007, 12:28 PM   #61
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Hi guys, will the 7.5/777 one piece motor mount fit on the ST-R? Will the 7.5/777 hop up aluminum rear hubs/upright carriers fit the ST-R too? one last question, is there any hop up part that i can use so i won't need to use e clips? Thanks guys....
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Old 09-03-2007, 10:26 AM   #62
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Hi guys, will the 7.5/777 one piece motor mount fit on the ST-R? Will the 7.5/777 hop up aluminum rear hubs/upright carriers fit the ST-R too? one last question, is there any hop up part that i can use so i won't need to use e clips? Thanks guys....
Yes, the motor mount pieces and rear hubs will fit. Of course I always say original Kyosho parts are the best way to go. Almost always you are adding weight to the truck if you put after market parts on it.
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Old 09-04-2007, 07:16 PM   #63
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has anyone ever tried to use a 48 tooth spur on a str? I dont have the extended chassis, and my truck wheelies alot, and i was wondering if this would calm it down, thanks.
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T Lawrence: are you running the standard setup of Cody's?
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not really. i have 10000 front 20000 center and 2000 rear with 70 front shock oil and 55 rear. i would have to check my mounting positions.
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Old 09-05-2007, 10:41 PM   #66
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T, I have heard some guys run that, especially at a HUGE track. I think those boys over at Nitro Pit run 48. If you don't have a 3 degree anti squat plate (blue) that will make it wheelie. Try the 3 degree anti squat, and see if it's better. Lower center oil will calm it down a bit too. If you are running the original STR chassis, make sure the rear hubs are back. For the STRR, the hubs are forward.
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Anything new? yup I just not long ago finished building my new strr running an os speed This truck is great! I can't wait to race it soon.


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Here are my shells.
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Some dusty action at my local track
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