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Old 07-08-2010, 07:06 PM
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Hey Everyone,

We are hosting this thread to discuss the products that are designed and manufactured by HHH Industries. As part of our efforts to ensure we don’t hijack other threads while replying to the posts regarding our products, we’ll try to keep this one up to date with all of the pertinent information as well as providing support and answering any questions relating to our products.
This is also the place we encourage you to share your pictures, results experienced, honest opinions, etc. or any other constructive contributions you may have regarding our products.

We have several designs still in the production process, each of which we will discuss in greater detail as they become available. Our latest release and currently our primary focus being the features of the:

HHH Lightweight Aluminum Racing Chassis for the Hot Bodies Ve8

- Made in the USA 7075-T6 .125"(3.18mm) Aluminum Alloy
- MTR Certification of ASTM and ASME Standards
- CNC Precision Machined
- Type III Hard Anodized MIL-A-8625
- (U.S.Military Specifications on all processes)

The primary purpose and top priority throughout the designing and manufacturing of this chassis has been to enhance/improve/increase the performance in any way possible of what we believe was already a great buggy in the Ve8. The fact that the HHH Racing Chassis is also tougher than nails and substantially more durable than the stock chassis is just an added bonus. With that being said, this chassis will withstand the challenges of a bashing application, but make no mistake; the HHH Lightweight Racing Chassis is designed for hi-performance in 1:8 scale off-road racing competition at the highest level.

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I have seen two of these in person. They are very high quality and a worth while upgrade to your VE8.
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Sweet chassi.

What is the weight of the chassi? Plain, as is on the picture?

What is the maximum dimensions of the batteries that can be used? dual pack setup.
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Please make one for the Losi Ten SCT add .25 mm Thanks!
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Originally Posted by XXXDad
Please make one for the Losi Ten SCT add .25 mm Thanks!
Excellent idea!!
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Lorenzo, the owner of LRH Hobbies, showed me one on Wen. night. Awesome quality! With this option I would definitely own that buggy.
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Default +6mm Hyper 9e HHH Chassis. Will you also make a stock length chassis?

HHH Industries, I'm curious if your Scheduled for later release Hyper 9e chassis will also come in the stock length choice as well. Or is it specifically in the +6mm variety?

PS. Do you know if Geremy Kortz, Pro Ofna Racer always runs his Hyper 9e with the +6mm Chassis, or does he sometimes run the stock(length) chassis as well, ie. On smaller very technical tracks? My understanding is the longer chassis is ideal for larger, less technical tracks. Is this true HHH Industries?
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my current set up with the single 4s configuration. The HHH chassis is the ultimate Hop-up for all Ve8 owners! I can't think of any other chassis available which allows the user to taylor the design layout to just about any possible configuration. It's truly ahead of the game!

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Love mine... dual pack setup is on point.

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Originally Posted by Edumakated
Love mine... dual pack setup is on point.

where is your rec?
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Originally Posted by nv529
where is your rec?
I have one of those ultra small Spektrum receivers. It is next to the MMPro under the wires.
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What prevents the batteries from sliding backwards toward the rear arm (like in a tail-down landing)? I don't see anything in either the single or dual battery setups.
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Originally Posted by JSR
What prevents the batteries from sliding backwards toward the rear arm (like in a tail-down landing)? I don't see anything in either the single or dual battery setups.
They are very secure. My packs fit perfectly, so it rests against the rear suspension holder. With the velcro on the chassis and the two straps, the packs won't go anywhere even if they are shorter.
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How about a link,how do I get one of these?Do you make them for other models?
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Originally Posted by Woodbutcher
How about a link,how do I get one of these?Do you make them for other models?
Currently we only offer it for the Ve8. Check us out at..

WWW.HHHINDUSTRIES.COM
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