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Old 12-26-2009, 03:14 PM   #16
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no didnt have big bore shocks on there,those were from the ofna lx with the purple optional springs,those chassis supports i made myself and the blue mount on the rear was from a duratrax raze.there are also some PCR option parts on there,i sold this on ebay for 150.00
dont think the big bores were out yet at that time.
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here is my one of my hyper 8.5's with big bores..
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Look at the big bores from the O'Donnell Z01-B buggy. You get the front or rear kits with a few sets of springs for $26.95 from RC Planet. They're 16mm and all you need to add is the shock oil for that price. They even include the top ball mount to attach to the shock towers. I've got them on my Hyper 7 TQ Black and I just got the front and rear sets for my Hyper 7 PCR Edition.
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Old 12-26-2009, 05:16 PM   #19
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yep,got the odonells on my jammin but they just barely rub on the upper a-arms even with the longer shock standoffs and dont like the plastic caps with plastic spring adjusters but cant beat them for the price,got mine at tower hobbies for 40.00 with coupon.
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yep,got the odonells on my jammin but they just barely rub on the upper a-arms even with the longer shock standoffs and dont like the plastic caps with plastic spring adjusters but cant beat them for the price,got mine at tower hobbies for 40.00 with coupon.
Thats odd. I have one washer between the supplied standoff and the shock tower and nothing rubs.

Oh, and you can get these also. http://www.rcplanet.com/ProductDetai...OC2753&click=3
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Hi bro, i hv own 1 unit hyper 9 and wat shock oil is very suitable? front shock put 30wt?
rear shock put 35wt? beside tat, wat is best setting for front/center/rear diff?
the original shock is 17mm and can i change to 20mm??

i need ur all valueable opinion..
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Hi bro, i hv own 1 unit hyper 9 and wat shock oil is very suitable? front shock put 30wt?
rear shock put 35wt? beside tat, wat is best setting for front/center/rear diff?
the original shock is 17mm and can i change to 20mm??

i need ur all valueable opinion..
You might be better off posting that question in the Hyper 9 thread here, Hyper 9 Kits in Stock!
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I just got into the Hyper 7 and planning on racing it as a brushless electric with Tekin RX8!! Just not sure on what kV motor to slap in there and what servo. Any ideas? I was thinking on the 2650kV because it can always be turned down a bit on the RX8 ESC. No idea on servo though.
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Just picked up a used Hyper 7 PCR edition. Does anyone know where to get a replacement center servo mount piece for laydown servos. I was told by Dj at Ofna, that I would have to get the newer stand-up servo tray. Booooooo.........
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Thanks for the reply Gear... I have the tray part. I was looking for the pieces that go under the tray that the servos attach to(mainly the center one). I found one place in the U.K. that is selling the whole unit for like $50.00, Screw that.

I just ended up getting the newer tray for stand up servos...$3.00 on fleabay.
A lot cheaper, and will do fine for this buggy project...

Thanks again...
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Just tryin to create some chatter in this thread. Any of you guys want to post some pics of your Hyper 7's? I'm working on getting mine set up right now.
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the Hyper7 buggy should be in the 1/8 Buggy Hall of Fame
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