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Old 10-25-2010, 08:06 PM
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Originally Posted by pyrodon View Post
hey guys i was thinking of getting one i have a question would a 6900kv mamba pro work well in it or should i get a diffferent one
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that's almost equivalent to a 6.5t. should work real well, just watch temps. The mamba motors run hotter than most.
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he pm'd me on the price of the chassis and its $110 for it

yeah the stock tires a proline holeshots and they work awsome at ocrc. the 6.5 is perfect i think for this truggy
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Originally Posted by HyperRacing View Post
Here are some pics of the SNR Graphite Chassis with graphite center plate installed on the Hyper TT.

Attachment 659147Attachment 659148Attachment 659149

What springs are you using? They don't look like the orange stockers?
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Thanks! Looking forward to testing it out this week at West Coast or OCRC!
hit me up when you go to ocrc i will definatly come out there and check it out. i will be running mine thurs and fri for racing. im trying to be able to go tomarrow also
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Originally Posted by BOLISARIO View Post
What springs are you using? They don't look like the orange stockers?
I have been testing a stiffer spring. They may be available for the TT in the future. If I can lighten the truck up a little more (maybe switch to a 540 motor) I will probably go back to the orange.
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Originally Posted by HyperRacing View Post
I have been testing a stiffer spring. They may be available for the TT in the future. If I can lighten the truck up a little more (maybe switch to a 540 motor) I will probably go back to the orange.
the orange springs in the rear for ocrc is alittle stiff. mine nose dives all the time and threw the whoops i watch the rear get thrown all around. i'm not to sure if its the springs or the oil but im going to try the springs since thats what a fellow driver said to try first
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Has anyone tried wheels from other brands?

Any other brand's offset wheels fit the TT?
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Originally Posted by BOLISARIO View Post
Has anyone tried wheels from other brands?

Any other brand's offset wheels fit the TT?
im still on the stockers lol but i would like to know also
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Originally Posted by BOLISARIO View Post
Has anyone tried wheels from other brands?

Any other brand's offset wheels fit the TT?
RPM Revolvers for the Rustler rear fits all around and keeps the same offset. Also, HPI makes a bunch of different 2.2 monster truck rims that fit.
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Originally Posted by clutchjunkie View Post
RPM Revolvers for the Rustler rear fits all around and keeps the same offset. Also, HPI makes a bunch of different 2.2 monster truck rims that fit.
Thanks for the info. You've actually tried the RPM's and HPI wheels on the TT?
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Hey Bolisario where you able to get the ERC mount to work with the pinion sleeve?
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Hey Bolisario where you able to get the ERC mount to work with the pinion sleeve?
I haven't ordered the sleeve yet, been busy having fun running this truggy. I don't what happened but the pinion now covers more of the spur, there's only about 1-1.5mm of the spur showing. I guess the motor is broken-in now.

So far so good.

I'm pretty sure the HB pinion will do the trick though or just dremel off some of the back part of the pinion to shorten it.
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Originally Posted by BOLISARIO View Post
I haven't ordered the sleeve yet, been busy having fun running this truggy. I don't what happened but the pinion now covers more of the spur, there's only about 1-1.5mm of the spur showing. I guess the motor is broken-in now.

So far so good.

I'm pretty sure the HB pinion will do the trick though or just dremel off some of the back part of the pinion to shorten it.
Haha, settled in nicely... Glad it's working. Let me know if you have any issues with it in the future.
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I might have to get one of these when I can lol I hate the stock mount
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anyone know of any place or online shop that has one of these in-stock looking to pick one up but cannot find one anywhere...

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