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Old 10-16-2017, 01:42 PM
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Has anyone tried the Integy aluminum front upper arms for the Hyper 10? I have a Hyper 10SC that I would like to try at a local outdoor parking lot track w/ jumps and my main concern is durability of the arms. The truck has a lot of upgrades including the Integy front steering knuckles and the Integy rear hub carriers. Looking for any help with improving the durability and also could anyone give a detailed procedure on how to boil the plastic parts?

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Boiling nylon based parts... Boil Away
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not trying to dig through pages and pages, but what other dish wheels fit?
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not trying to dig through pages and pages, but what other dish wheels fit?
I don't believe there are any aftermarket wheels nor is the offset the same with any other brand that I know of.

As far as compatible wheels, I think the Tamiya wheels have a crazy positive offset that should work just fine and there are some aftermarket wheels from RPM that make Tamiya wheels that could work, though they will increase the track width to be wider than the stock width.
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Just got my new toy, almost ready to rip.
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Check out the new Hyper 10TT group on Facebook. Feel free to join and post up your setups!


https://m.facebook.com/groups/182769...?ref=bookmarks
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Bump!


Gonna be doing some testing this weekend, will be posting setup for high bite indoor clay here and on the Facebook page.
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Here’s my ride so far.

Reedy sonic Mach 2 8.5 540 can with 13t pinion
Muchmore Fleta Pro esc
Hitec 985

Running 5-5-3

FRONT: 35wt with Associated Truck Grey spring

REAR: 32.5 with Associated Truck Green spring

Running proline electrons with proline closed cell foams.

Still playing with shock positions, will update after practice sesh.






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Originally Posted by rustler1995 View Post
Bump!


Gonna be doing some testing this weekend, will be posting setup for high bite indoor clay here and on the Facebook page.
This might be helpful.

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Thanks Iíll check it out.
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I found that mounting the shocks forward also helped a lot. In addition to centralizing the weight and improving corner speed, it removes excessive rear toe-in (from 4? to 3 IIRC) which caused the truck to push a lot.

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full race weight, 1996g

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Here’s mine with no body right at 2052g





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been looking to add this to the heard of rc stuff I have already and I have a few questions.
what's a good esc and motor that is water proof-- I was thinking of the Traxxas 1/10 scale one that comes with say the stampede.
next what size is the steering servo and a good water proof one to use.
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Truck hit the track for the first time Thursday. Didnít have much time to play with setup other than getting oil in the diffs. Planning on a solid practice session tomorrow to get the setup dialed in a little closer to where it needs to be.




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