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Old 12-19-2011, 08:57 AM
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Quick picture update of my TT




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Man, looks kinda.....messy
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Looks good to me! I think I'm tossing in the towel on 550 motors and have a MMP/1410 en route. I ended up using my backup TT this weekend powered by a HK 100a sensored esc and a VXL motor and took 3rd with much more consistent laps. Heck I even drove the last 3rd of the race missing a front dogbone!

Is that an 1/8 scale wing you have? I'm running one and my car feels really well balanced.
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Originally Posted by mkiiina View Post
Looks good to me! I think I'm tossing in the towel on 550 motors and have a MMP/1410 en route. I ended up using my backup TT this weekend powered by a HK 100a sensored esc and a VXL motor and took 3rd with much more consistent laps. Heck I even drove the last 3rd of the race missing a front dogbone!

Is that an 1/8 scale wing you have? I'm running one and my car feels really well balanced.
Its a OFNA CRT .5 wing, before i had the tenshock in her i ran a 1410, first with a sidewinder sct before it smoked itself and then with a MMP and then with the same esc as you the HK Sens 100a out of my blitz, i do really rate them esc's, more so than my MMP imo
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I am ok with my MMP but it is not as smooth as i remember them being in the past. I had to go back on firmware to 1.26 with the 1410 or it jumps on take off. It was worse on 3s...

I may start looking at other systems just to get closer to WP for winter.
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i have a sweet TT roller for sale here on tech,many upgrades and extras,priced to sell.. check my posted threads to find it on for sale thread. i dont know how to post the link,or send me PM,its mint used twice indoors,nice custom painted body.. thanks
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Has anyone tried fitting OFNA Nexx 10SC front hubs on their TT, the new OFNA truck uses pivot ball front suspension aswell, if i can find as set cheap im gona give them a go
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The bearing size is not the same as the tt,so you would have to use the front cvd's. But I was told they won't fit buy nitrohosue.
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Originally Posted by muck View Post
any one have any ideas on a slipper clutch for this? I was thinking the HPI MT2 center since it uses dogbones also.. I have been trying to find one on ebay....
The TT has a center diff, attempting to put a slipper clutch would be considered downgrade. Just work with different diff oils to get the results you are looking for.
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Originally Posted by slasn_48 View Post
The bearing size is not the same as the tt,so you would have to use the front cvd's. But I was told they won't fit buy nitrohosue.
They would know.
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hi do you know the correct turn on screws for air and fuel mix as my hyper 7 is not running right and im new to all this thanks
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think you might be in the wrong thread..... check out ofna's website for the pdf on engine tuning.
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How does this compare to a 1/8th scale BL MBX5T?
Worth trading the two?
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I would say it depends. Depending on what electronics are in both cars, what upgrades each have, and what your intentions are (racing or bashing) if a class exists.

I love my Hyper TT but I have a 1/8th scale also and its a bit of an apples to oranges compare in my eyes.
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Originally Posted by mkiiina View Post
I would say it depends. Depending on what electronics are in both cars, what upgrades each have, and what your intentions are (racing or bashing) if a class exists.

I love my Hyper TT but I have a 1/8th scale also and its a bit of an apples to oranges compare in my eyes.
Ofna TT set up:
-Hobbywing SC8 120a esc
-Tenshock 4600kv 4 pole motor
-Ace ds1313 metal gear servo
-Black Ofna wheels with worn Panther switch tires

Has rear CVDs.

All three diffs are freshly built with 5k/5k/2k gear oil

Has STRC steering parts.

My MBX5T Set Up:
Dyed Reflux Wheels, Brand New Proline Crimefighters, RC8E, Hobbywing 150A ESC with fan/2300KV Brushless motor new never run.... Motor has fan and heatsink that is installed
Includes Spektrum S100 Servo Heavy Duty Servo.

No class for either locally but one for 1/8th in ST Louis 125mi away. My local track though I'd have to race the Hyper TT with 4wd buggies or 4x4 short course trucks
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