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Old 12-01-2006, 09:34 PM   #1
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It Converts the Kyosho MP777 into a truggy but could it also work for mp7.5?

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Old 12-02-2006, 06:18 AM   #2
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The bulkheads will fit but you'll need to get MP777 parts like; radio tray, servo saver, steering plate, front and rear lower suspension plates and hinge pin holders, front plate, front upper arms, hub carriers, front shock tower, roll center inserts and radio plate posts.

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Yes it will work but you don't need half the stuff arecee said you need. I used a k3 with the MSR kit and all you need is the steering system i.e. the top plate and steering assembly. I have a slightly used msr conversion for sale also.
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Yes it will work but you don't need half the stuff arecee said you need. I used a k3 with the MSR kit and all you need is the steering system i.e. the top plate and steering assembly. I have a slightly used msr conversion for sale also.
How did you get the radio tray to fit, the holes don't line up at all (I have both the 7.5 and the 777 which is why I gave out that list). When you change the steering assembly you are using a narrower servo saver post positions therefore you need the narrower steering plate.

You are correct that you do not need the narrower hinge pin holders and can get by with the old, wider 7.5 ones. However, the parts list I gave him would bring his conversion up to the 777 spec.
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The msr conversion comes with the radio tray. And yes, I know you need the narrower top plate.
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The msr conversion comes with the radio tray. And yes, I know you need the narrower top plate.
Duh! My bad, I forgot that the kit includes some of those items. Sorry!
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