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Old 03-28-2010, 08:01 PM   #1
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hi all so i will be starting my hot bodies d8 kit in a week or so and wanted everyones opinion on gear to put in it radio reciever ,servos , wheels, engine, exhaust etc etc anything helps thanks all
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wheels just dish, and tires is whatever is good for the track radio just get the 3pks! thats a great remote, servo jr z9100 hi speed for both, engine go with the go 7 port with go 2072 pipe. thats a good set up!
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Airtronics M11 with Hitech 7940TH servos steering and throttle. AKA or Proline wheels and tires. For motor and exhaust, Werks B5 with the 2013 pipe. You may want to read the section for the works B5. You will not be disappointed with it and customer service is great.

Also check out the forum for the D8 for setup tips.

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I'll tell you my set up, but as you will find out everyone runs different equipment.

I use an Airtronics M11 FHSS-2 with Hitec 7955 servos for throttle and steering. I currently run a Ninja Spec with RE-10 pipe and will be running a Rex 21-7PBT with a Dynamite 053 when it's ready. I use AKA, Proline and Panther rims. I currently run Panther and Hot Bodies tires with AKA foam, Proline closed cell foam and open cell foam.
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hi all so i will be starting my hot bodies d8 kit in a week or so and wanted everyones opinion on gear to put in it radio reciever ,servos , wheels, engine, exhaust etc etc anything helps thanks all
I agree that everyone runs different stuff but I will tell you what I run and you can go from there

I run a DX3S radio with JR servos 9100s in steering and 4800s in gas and brake and aka or JC wheels and I run a orion us spec motor with a 2066
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i run, M11 radio, jammin JPX 21 with a RB 2045 pipe, hitec 7955 for steering and hitec 645 for thottle/brake. on wheels i run Proline, J-concepts, AKA or Panther just what ever works.
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