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Old 08-02-2009, 12:55 AM
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I am in need of a hyper 7 motor mount that will fit a Mamba monster.

So if anybody has anything please let me know.
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Old 08-02-2009, 04:13 AM
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This should work http://www.rc-monster.com/proddetail...=rcmhypermount

I have one in both a Hyper 8 and 9.5
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Originally Posted by jmcvicker View Post
This should work http://www.rc-monster.com/proddetail...=rcmhypermount

I have one in both a Hyper 8 and 9.5
Yes thats the one i was looking at but it is out of stock
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Originally Posted by davidg01234 View Post
Yes thats the one i was looking at but it is out of stock
So it says. However, contact them (phone or email) maybe they have a back-in-stock-date. Do you need it right now? They appear to be shop-made, maybe by someone working with the people who run the web site. Maybe they can get one done this week.
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Originally Posted by jmcvicker View Post
So it says. However, contact them (phone or email) maybe they have a back-in-stock-date. Do you need it right now? They appear to be shop-made, maybe by someone working with the people who run the web site. Maybe they can get one done this week.
I dont HAVE to have it right now

but im trying to get stuff together for

a conversion for a hyper 7
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what battery tray are you using,i made my one mount and tray to keep cost down so i can buy batteries
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Originally Posted by 20 SMOKE View Post
what battery tray are you using,i made my one mount and tray to keep cost down so i can buy batteries
Im not planning on using a tray im gonna put straps around it, just like the guy did on this website. Scroll down to the very bottom where it shows the bottom of the chassis.

http://www.rcuniverse.com/magazine/a...article_id=467
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A Losi battery tray at about $11 shipped (eBay - search LOSA4461) would make your batteries a little safer than just strapped in. Those are NiMH Stick Packs they strapped into that conversion on the link. They won't catch on fire if they are abused like a charged-up LiPo. I said abused - as in if you roll the car at 50mph into a curb, the battery gets lose and punctures. Tray won't ensure against that either but with good velcro and a tray, far less chance of that. Just a warning.

The Zippy you mentioned in the other thread is fine - but is a soft-case. So, you should try to protect it a bit.
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Originally Posted by jmcvicker View Post
A Losi battery tray at about $11 shipped (eBay - search LOSA4461) would make your batteries a little safer than just strapped in. Those are NiMH Stick Packs they strapped into that conversion on the link. They won't catch on fire if they are abused like a charged-up LiPo. I said abused - as in if you roll the car at 50mph into a curb, the battery gets lose and punctures. Tray won't ensure against that either but with good velcro and a tray, far less chance of that. Just a warning.

The Zippy you mentioned in the other thread is fine - but is a soft-case. So, you should try to protect it a bit.
Are you selling it yourself?

And ya your right, i didnt think about that.
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Originally Posted by davidg01234 View Post
Are you selling it yourself?

And ya your right, i didnt think about that.
I'm recommending it, not selling it. I have one in my buggy and ordered one for my son. Here's a pic of my Losi battery tray in the buggy. That's a 3S1P in there, so a 4S1P or higher will be taller. In fact, this tray is perfect for those Zippy batteries which are 50mm wide. On the back is the MMM which is strapped onto the tail portion of the Losi Battery tray I gave you the part # for.
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Originally Posted by jmcvicker View Post
I'm recommending it, not selling it. I have one in my buggy and ordered one for my son. Here's a pic of my Losi battery tray in the buggy. That's a 3S1P in there, so a 4S1P or higher will be taller. In fact, this tray is perfect for those Zippy batteries which are 50mm wide. On the back is the MMM which is strapped onto the tail portion of the Losi Battery tray I gave you the part # for.
What motor mount do you have on that
It is a hyper 7 right?

I will just cut the tail of the battery holder off and put the ESC on the other side so the weight will be even
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Originally Posted by davidg01234 View Post
What motor mount do you have on that
It is a hyper 7 right?

I will just cut the tail of the battery holder off and put the ESC on the other side so the weight will be even
The Pic there is the RC-Monster.com motor mount in a Hyper 9.5 conversion. The car was basically almost-new but I bought it as a near-complete Nitro roller by a guy who had run it indoors 4x. I added the electric conversion items. All the Hyper's have the same center diff bolt pattern, so the motor mount will go with 7 thru 9.5. Motor is a CC 2650. From the other side here, you can see the nice look of the mount.
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Originally Posted by jmcvicker View Post
The Pic there is the RC-Monster.com motor mount in a Hyper 9.5 conversion. The car was basically almost-new but I bought it as a roller by a guy who had run it indoors 4x. All the Hyper's have the same center diff bolt pattern, so the motor mount will go with 7 thru 9.5. Motor is a CC 2650.
Thats a nice car there.

I want that motor mount but it is out of stock
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Originally Posted by jmcvicker View Post
The Pic there is the RC-Monster.com motor mount in a Hyper 9.5 conversion. The car was basically almost-new but I bought it as a near-complete Nitro roller by a guy who had run it indoors 4x. I added the electric conversion items. All the Hyper's have the same center diff bolt pattern, so the motor mount will go with 7 thru 9.5. Motor is a CC 2650. From the other side here, you can see the nice look of the mount.
Thanks for that info. Just curious what else is interchangeble?
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Check out www.rcproductdesigns.com Dan makes the best Hyper 7 conversion kit available.

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