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Old 05-15-2013, 06:01 AM
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Originally Posted by MaximeRoy77 View Post
From reading this thread it look like some of you guys have run the LOSI 43T Spur gear (plastic, metal) in your HYPER 9E.

Is it a direct-fit ?

Losi 43T Plastic Spur Gear (8E 2.0) #LOSA3560

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It is not a direct fit and the hub needs to be modified for thickness. I was able to do it with a dremel and a cordless drill. I don't have any pictures of the one I made and unfortunately I can't take any since I sold the car. I think the only thing that needs to be modified is the area around the o-ring on the inside of the hug. There is a shoulder that sticks out to far. It needs to be made smaller as does the shoulder that the bearing sits on.
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Old 05-15-2013, 07:35 AM
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Thanks for the quick reply !

A part from the DERLIN 42T (plastic) spur gear, is there any other one that fit, better , than the LOSI one ?
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Old 05-15-2013, 05:52 PM
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Thanks for the quick reply !

A part from the DERLIN 42T (plastic) spur gear, is there any other one that fit, better , than the LOSI one ?
I am not aware of any others that fit. I forgot to mention that you may have to do a slight modification of the motor mount to fit the Losi spurs as well.
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Old 05-15-2013, 06:12 PM
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Ok , thanks, I won't buy the LOSI one ;-)

I ordered the DERLIN 42T!

I appreciate the help
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hey guys i haven't raced in almost 3 years do to a track closing. i have a tone of hyper 9 parts from my days of running nitro. my problem is the new track doesn't have a nitro class. i'm looking for a roller or for someone that has some extra parts that i can use to convert it. the wife said i can only spend $300 i thought maybe some of you guys could help me out
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WTB 2 x OFNA Hyper 9E roller, send me a PM, thanks.

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Some guy told me that If i am running the H9e on 5S I should go with 10,000 oil in all differentials.

I did it and now the car is really slower, less explosive, like running with a brick on the top.

I was thinking going 5000 in the center diff to help the engine ?

What do you think ?
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Some guy told me that If i am running the H9e on 5S I should go with 10,000 oil in all differentials.

I did it and now the car is really slower, less explosive, like running with a brick on the top.

I was thinking going 5000 in the center diff to help the engine ?

What do you think ?
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Originally Posted by MaximeRoy77 View Post
Some guy told me that If i am running the H9e on 5S I should go with 10,000 oil in all differentials.

I did it and now the car is really slower, less explosive, like running with a brick on the top.

I was thinking going 5000 in the center diff to help the engine ?

What do you think ?
I would go back to what ever you were running before. Going to 5S doesn't warrant changing all the oils. 5-7-3 or 5-5-3 would be much better.
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Even if im not a racer ?
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Originally Posted by MaximeRoy77 View Post
Even if im not a racer ?
Doesn't matter if you are bashing or racing, the setup on these cars really doesn't change. What drives good on the track, works good on the road or in the back yard. I both bash and race and I don't change the setup on my cars. Real heavy diff oil in all three diffs is going to make the car drive like a dump truck no matter what surface you are on. If you want a little bit more full time 4wd drive feel, go heavier on the center diff but not the others.
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Great ! Thanks.

Other guy told me that 5S would rip the diff if not protected with 10k.

Ok so to save some cash for now, I am going to go 5k all around.

and work from there ;-)

Thanks for the quick replies
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Guys, i want to know how's your ESC is installed in the stock Hyper 9e frame ?
I used velcro and double-side tape and it keeps on poping out.

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Guys, i want to know how's your ESC is installed in the stock Hyper 9e frame ?
I used velcro and double-side tape and it keeps on poping out.

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Originally Posted by MaximeRoy77 View Post
Guys, i want to know how's your ESC is installed in the stock Hyper 9e frame ?
I used velcro and double-side tape and it keeps on poping out.

Thanks
I use high strength 3M double sided tape for 1:1 cars, also have to scuff the chassis and ESC with sandpaper then clean the chassis and bottom of ESC with rubbing alcohol.

My MMM is solid to my chassis mounting this way and my track has big jumps and hasn't come off.
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