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Old 10-01-2004, 08:56 AM
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I've been running the Pro 4 from the time it was released, using Monster Stock Pro's, M8's and or Helios radios on 27 and 75. No problems yet.
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Yesterday Erik said Tommorrow on the spools...

it's official...

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Tim: Lookign for new options?
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kinda bored...
so i took a picture
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Originally posted by Super Steve
kinda bored...
so i took a picture
I think you need one of my Hara replica painted bodies...
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pimped out pro 4...nice
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JohnB: We’re addressing the molds to the C-hubs so they don’t pinch the steering blocks, for now just file your steering blocks down until steering block moves freely.

erik s.

good to see hpi is addressing some of the concerns brought out instead of ignoring it.

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Old 10-01-2004, 01:39 PM
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Is the spool going to be cheaper than a diff?
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Recently I have been having issues with my battery poping out from under the battery hold down bar. So I decided to file the battery slots a bit more in hopes that the Batteries would stay in better.

Does everyone use tape to hold batteries in or do you use the supplied hold down?

Does anyone have a pic's of their battery slots after they have been filed...I have had many graphite cars, with similar setups and I have never had the problem with my batteries poping out like I have had with the Pro4.

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what cells are you using
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I use the stock the battery brace when racing...
also have the aluminum one..but for show..

I've tried tape..but keeps popping out...
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