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Old 06-05-2017, 06:09 AM
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Originally Posted by jjw31 View Post
My TT. I used SC front towers and SC body mounts with a Proline Raptor body for a Stampede.
Hi bud, nice truck
Quick question, what offset are the wheels you have on that? 1/2 or 0? I've noticed Louise do ST wheels that come in 0 and 1/2 offsets and I'd assume with the stock shell the 1/2 offset would be the go just wanted to make sure before I pulled the trigger on a set
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Originally Posted by tauntunderdogs View Post
Hi bud, nice truck
Quick question, what offset are the wheels you have on that? 1/2 or 0? I've noticed Louise do ST wheels that come in 0 and 1/2 offsets and I'd assume with the stock shell the 1/2 offset would be the go just wanted to make sure before I pulled the trigger on a set
They are 1/2 offset.
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Originally Posted by jjw31 View Post
They are 1/2 offset.
Excellent thanks heaps for that. Obviously they have a similar stance to the stock TT wheels? I've recently found that the Team C TC02T Pro stadium truck wheels are the same offset as the stock TT wheels too so that's given me some more options. Still like the look and tread patterns of the Louise wheels though so I'll grab some of them first
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Originally Posted by tauntunderdogs View Post
Excellent thanks heaps for that. Obviously they have a similar stance to the stock TT wheels? I've recently found that the Team C TC02T Pro stadium truck wheels are the same offset as the stock TT wheels too so that's given me some more options. Still like the look and tread patterns of the Louise wheels though so I'll grab some of them first

Yes the offset is similar to stock, although I am not sure what the offset is exactly on the stockers.
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If anyone is interested in a ARTR 10tt, feel free to PM me.
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Anyone have any experience with running shorties in these trucks?
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Most brands will do fine for the stock 540 size motor, but you'll want a 120C-6000Ah shorty if you run a 550 can:
Product pages for Pro-Match Racing's rc lipo packs rechargable batteries
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I need some help deciding which setup I should get.

First all, I am new to RCing. For now I just want to have fun driving, bashing, practicing my skills. I don't plan on competing anytime soon as I just want to understand and learn this. I initially wanted a 1/8 scale but realized price to high for now. So I really liked this Hyper 10tt.

I am not sure if I should go with the RTR or 80% kit. I will start with 2s Lipo but I know down the line I will want to try 3S. Is the stock ESC/motor good enough to run 3s without putting too much strain on it?

or if I go with the 80%, what suggestions of ESC/motor/Servo/even radio should I go for. I want something budget friendly but not cheap. Again my purpose is just tuning in my driving skills and having fun.

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Newbie here,

Can the 3900kV brushless motor and 60A ESC run 3s lipo well? if so what batteries would be best? not sure if I should get the RTR to roller chassis.
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Originally Posted by TexasDriver View Post
Newbie here,

Can the 3900kV brushless motor and 60A ESC run 3s lipo well? if so what batteries would be best? not sure if I should get the RTR to roller chassis.
I wouldn't run that setup on 3S if it were me... I would run any 2S pack with the highest C rating that you can reasonably afford.... there's a good selection from ProMatch and SMC.

I have ran my 10TT on 4S with a 3674-1900kV Tacon motor and a cheap 100A ESC from Hobby King that is rated for 4S... you'll need to upgrade to a 5mm pinion with a 5mm shaft to fit a larger motor.
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I wouldn't run that setup on 3S if it were me... I would run any 2S pack with the highest C rating that you can reasonably afford.... there's a good selection from ProMatch and SMC.

I have ran my 10TT on 4S with a 3674-1900kV Tacon motor and a cheap 100A ESC from Hobby King that is rated for 4S... you'll need to upgrade to a 5mm pinion with a 5mm shaft to fit a larger motor.
so something like this:

HobbyKing® ™Brushless Car ESC 100A
SKU: HK-100A
Input voltage: 5V-17V (support 2-4S lithium batteries)
Cont. Current: 100A
BEC output: 3A /5.5V (switch)

can 4s get around 50 - 55 mph with this setup? geared how?
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Originally Posted by TexasDriver View Post
so something like this:

HobbyKing® ™Brushless Car ESC 100A
SKU: HK-100A
Input voltage: 5V-17V (support 2-4S lithium batteries)
Cont. Current: 100A
BEC output: 3A /5.5V (switch)

can 4s get around 50 - 55 mph with this setup? geared how?
Yeah that's it... with stock 13T gearing you should be in the 40-45mph range, and can easily hit 55mph with a 16T pinion with the 1900kV on 4S
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Yeah that's it... with stock 13T gearing you should be in the 40-45mph range, and can easily hit 55mph with a 16T pinion with the 1900kV on 4S
How does the driveline hold up to 4s with the 1900kv? I was considering putting a 2000kv I have lying around with the Xerun SCT Pro ESC that's in it now. Just wasn't sure how everything will hold up. I usually have the SCT Pro esc with a Tenshock 4000kv on 2s with a 15t pinion and that runs very nicely. Haven't speed tested it but has plenty of get up and go for most the BMX tracks I run at.
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Originally Posted by tauntunderdogs View Post
How does the driveline hold up to 4s with the 1900kv? I was considering putting a 2000kv I have lying around with the Xerun SCT Pro ESC that's in it now. Just wasn't sure how everything will hold up. I usually have the SCT Pro esc with a Tenshock 4000kv on 2s with a 15t pinion and that runs very nicely. Haven't speed tested it but has plenty of get up and go for most the BMX tracks I run at.
The drive line is fairly solid and can definitely handle 4S load, however I would recommend the hardened shafts from STRC if they are still available, they are stronger than the stock aluminum shafts. If you want to do lots of abrupt accelerations (i.e. wheelies) then that can be hard on the stock shafts and they will tend to bend, but if you drive it reasonably smooth then the stock shafts will hold up fine on 4S. I had raced my 10TT on 4S with 1/8 eBuggies and it held up nicely for middle of the pack
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Default Hyper TT for sale

I am selling my Hyper TT. it's been sitting on the shelf (with most of my RC's) and decided to get rid of it.

Mod:
Proline Ford Raptor Body
Black TT rear wing
Hyper SC front Shock tower
Team Durango Fat Shock front shocks
Hyper SC body posts
Rear CVD's (replaced the dogbones)
PowerHD WP-20 Servo
GForce 3660 4600KV brushless motor
STRC Aluminum Front and Rear chassis braces
STRC Aluminum Steering block with bearings
T-Bone Racing rear bumper with wheelie bar (needed with this motor!)
Duratrax Six Pack ST tires

I'll entertain offers but I am asking $250 for everything.
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