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Old 06-11-2014, 09:49 PM
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Bump this thread up! Why did these die off?
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Bump this thread up! Why did these die off?
Yeah I'm wondering why this thread has become so quiet too. Is it because this car has been out in the market for too long (since 2010) and its design has become outdated? Or parts are no longer in production?

I checked out this truggy at my lhs yesterday and I'm thinking of getting it next week!
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I have a question for you 10TT folks.

I just bought a roller and am looking for a power system on it. Ideally I'd like to go with a Tekin Pro4HD 1850 kv and run 4s. But I'm not sure if the diffs can handle that much power. Should I go to the Pro4HD in 3000 kv and stick with 3s? Or, lastly - should I maybe take a step down in power and use the Pro4 with either 1900 (4s), 2400 (4s), or 3300 (3s) kv?

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Originally Posted by FormulaZR View Post
I have a question for you 10TT folks.

I just bought a roller and am looking for a power system on it. Ideally I'd like to go with a Tekin Pro4HD 1850 kv and run 4s. But I'm not sure if the diffs can handle that much power. Should I go to the Pro4HD in 3000 kv and stick with 3s? Or, lastly - should I maybe take a step down in power and use the Pro4 with either 1900 (4s), 2400 (4s), or 3300 (3s) kv?
had this baby sometime back..all i can is hyper TT does live up to its name, its practically unbreakable..the only issue i had was the front CVDs pins breaking, easy fix.

was running Hobbywing SCT pro ESC with 4700kv Motor combo, so i believe the TT will be able to handle the power, was only running 2s lipo and she was FAST!!
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Originally Posted by FormulaZR View Post
I have a question for you 10TT folks.

I just bought a roller and am looking for a power system on it. Ideally I'd like to go with a Tekin Pro4HD 1850 kv and run 4s. But I'm not sure if the diffs can handle that much power. Should I go to the Pro4HD in 3000 kv and stick with 3s? Or, lastly - should I maybe take a step down in power and use the Pro4 with either 1900 (4s), 2400 (4s), or 3300 (3s) kv?

Any advice on power systems? I'd like to stay with a Pro4 or Pro4 HD - but unsure which one. I have a Tekin RX8 Gen2 for ESC.
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Hey guys! Glad to see this thread becoming active again. I just got mine 2 weeks ago, and the LHS which is also the dealer in Singapore sells the RTR version with a metal spur gear, Hobbywing 60A esc & 3900KV brushless motor, and a Savox half metal gear servo. This is an awesome truggy!
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Hi guys, what do you think of this system for the Hyper TT? I intend to race on a loose clay track that is medium sized with just a straightaway about 25m. Thanks in advance!
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hey. my buddy can get a new roller of this car pretty cheap.

Is it worth buying? how is part support etc?
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Yes I recommend it. Handles well, tough, inexpensive and good part support in Singapore. :-)
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cool! thanks
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Originally Posted by FormulaZR View Post
I have a question for you 10TT folks.

I just bought a roller and am looking for a power system on it. Ideally I'd like to go with a Tekin Pro4HD 1850 kv and run 4s. But I'm not sure if the diffs can handle that much power. Should I go to the Pro4HD in 3000 kv and stick with 3s? Or, lastly - should I maybe take a step down in power and use the Pro4 with either 1900 (4s), 2400 (4s), or 3300 (3s) kv?
Save yourself the money and go with the hobbywing sct pro and the 3656 4000kv hobbywing motor. You will have less than 200 bucks in the system and it will run as fast or faster than the tekin. I've been running the system in my sct410 for over a year now and have never had a problem. I've seen multiple tekins go up in smoke
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Can someone please tell me if the hyper 10sc hop-up parts will work on the hyper tt? Steering knuckles, control arms and other various parts. Looking at purchasing a heaps of alloy parts from integy but they only have 10sc hop-up parts.
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Originally Posted by Muges View Post
Can someone please tell me if the hyper 10sc hop-up parts will work on the hyper tt? Steering knuckles, control arms and other various parts. Looking at purchasing a heaps of alloy parts from integy but they only have 10sc hop-up parts.
Yes. 10tt was developed using 10sc. i wish we can revive this class at my local track. this truck is so much fun.
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And 10tt is the same car as hyper tt 1/10 yeah?
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And 10tt is the same car as hyper tt 1/10 yeah?
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