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Old 08-10-2013, 09:12 AM
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Not happy got my order today from Eric hobby, but the wrong brace I think has come, but I don't understand it's in the right packaging...

The part is 89331, but the part in this package looks like 89128.
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Ha . it's sad and I feel bad since I refer him to you. Hopefully this issue will be solvable in your advantages.

Let me know.

If not there is a eBay seller much appreciated : special-RC from Taiwan too.
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Originally Posted by postie90 View Post
The part is 89331, but the part in this package looks like 89128.
Happened to me before - Hobao miss-packing parts..Can't blame Eric for it. Just Email picture to him along with what the correct part would look like and he most likely will send you the right one. Expect to have to send the wrong one back though..

Special-rc on Ebay is indeed also another good source for parts.
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Old 08-12-2013, 03:19 PM
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i have some Money available for parts or for upgrades... what do you guys think should be first things to do on my hyper 9e?
car is in stock mode with no snc braces and etc....
or should i buy some arms and other parts?

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Universal Steel Center Drive Shaft



OFNA part #29339
HOBAO part #89339

If you have an aluminium one.

+ Tekno side guards
+ Front braces (chassis and top)
+ 2 pieces rear wing
+ T Bone Racing front bumper



My suggestions.

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Old 08-13-2013, 04:48 AM
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Originally Posted by MaximeRoy77 View Post
Universal Steel Center Drive Shaft



OFNA part #29339
HOBAO part #89339

If you have an aluminium one.

+ Tekno side guards
+ Front braces (chassis and top)
+ 2 pieces rear wing
+ T Bone Racing front bumper



My suggestions.
by front braces you mean cnc ones, the front and rear one that support center diff correct?
what major differences will i notice on the buggy with that upgrades?
and spare parts for having in stock?

i will racing it and i donīt want to stay out ou race earlier!!

thankīs for your help
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I would say front CNC and tekno side guards are must have upgrades.When the chassis flexes the force on the front screw easily brakes the plastic brace.
Re spares : front arms and bulkheads.
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Originally Posted by pascalfd View Post
I would say front CNC and tekno side guards are must have upgrades.When the chassis flexes the force on the front screw easily brakes the plastic brace.
Re spares : front arms and bulkheads.
ok i will upgrade it with that parts.
i have notice that my center diff is touching on the motor mount maybe, so is better to buy rear cnc brace too, correct?
i have also read on this thread some homemade chassis braces for the rear that looks easy to make...
so maybe a good solution too do you agree?

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Had a new clear body arrived but it has no nose cone? Are they bought seperate? Or is it missing? Getting well fed up @ the minute.

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Old 08-13-2013, 12:17 PM
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Quick pic off painted up body
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today i try a thing on my 9e and the result seems amazing.
some photos:





with spare parts from other cars i drill a hole on the esc plate and secure this homemade chassis brace.

i have bend or curve the chassis several times without electronics and battery tray and it curves alot, and after with the brace is incredible because almost zero flexing....

i think i will run my 9e without cnc braces and with this brace and see if center shaft holds ok and if center diff donīt touch again on motor mount ....

it is simple to make and more people here on this thread have try that!!
it is certain that the buggy handling will be alot rigid but i have to test it first to see difference on handling..

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NICE !!!

This should prevent the center drive shaft to absorb all the shocks, especially jumps landed directly on the front of the buggy .

Some say the steel drive shaft also fix this problem by being less long thus allowing the chassis to absorb the shock, instead of the dog bone.

At my first race, on an international race track with big jumps, I bent 3 aluminium shafts ;-(

Next day I ordered the steel one.

Let us know,
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Originally Posted by MaximeRoy77 View Post
NICE !!!

This should prevent the center drive shaft to absorb all the shocks, especially jumps landed directly on the front of the buggy .

Some say the steel drive shaft also fix this problem by being less long thus allowing the chassis to absorb the shock, instead of the dog bone.

At my first race, on an international race track with big jumps, I bent 3 aluminium shafts ;-(

Next day I ordered the steel one.

Let us know,
it is working!!
i run it yesterday and jump very hard to see if it bends the shaft and no problem...
i will buy the stee drive shaft at same because my stock one it flexes or bends a littlle at mid and top speed but that is maybe because i run a 4060 2700kv leopard at 4s with 15t pinion... but aside that is a solution for the shaft problem and for center diff that also flex when chassis flex...
even with cnc rear diff plate you will have flexing issues....
remember hyper 9 nitro version and all other buggys have a rear chassis brace direct to the chassis... even tekno eb48 that have center diff on same area near rear shock tower have chassi brace...
so is a flaw hyper 9e donīt come stock with one..

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Old 08-22-2013, 10:13 AM
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Originally Posted by postie90 View Post
Not happy got my order today from Eric hobby, but the wrong brace I think has come, but I don't understand it's in the right packaging...

The part is 89331, but the part in this package looks like 89128.
Well that's my bridges burned with this seller, emails sent, he sees the issue but regarding putting the issue right nothing.... I will nt be using this guy again that's for sure....
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