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Old 02-24-2005, 04:10 AM   #1
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i was thinking of getting a hyperdrive pan car, i seen a few on ebay but i dont know what the difference is between them. what would be a good novice hyperdrive to get. i've seen a hyperdrive STX, SSE,are a few. any input would be appriciated.
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I'm not too sure if there really is a "novice" pan car...lol Just make sure you get the one that meets your needs.... IE: don't get an oval chassis for on-road races...

All I can really say is Hyperdrive are good quality kits and are based upon Associated pancars so parts shouldn't be a problem....
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Get the 700 kit for flat carpet and the pro 2 for banked if running caps. Ignore all the others.
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it's a banked oval carpet
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Get the 700 kit for flat carpet and the pro 2 for banked if running caps. Ignore all the others.
I run the 700 on carpet and the Pro 2 on asphalt also.
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if your stuck on hyperdrive, get a 0700 or a sse pro 2.. there basically the same car.. the 0700 just has a sliding battery tray...

banked carpet it seems solid chassis are better.. but at classic hobbies in akron ohio, they have been switching to slider chassis with more flex.. and there getting faster..
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Mike you know I'm stock on Hyperdrive!(lol)all joking aside they are good cars.
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acutally that's where i'm racing classic hobbies in akron,ohio thanks for the input guys.
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