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Old 07-06-2005, 03:15 PM   #31
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Get the car that has the most parts at your local hobbyshop.
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Get the car that has the most parts at your local hobbyshop.
...al those cars are fine.

tc4,pro4,fk05...just because these cars work for their owners won't really mean it will work for everyone.
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Old 07-06-2005, 08:15 PM   #34
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[QUOTE=axel]i agree when the pro4 is running one-way the front gears strip pretty easy when in a couple of hard hits.QUOTE]


Why do people keep saying this? That problem was corrected by HPI last fall. They even sent replacement gears and an aftermarket gear brace just out of appreciation for their customers.
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i agree when the pro4 is running one-way the front gears strip pretty easy when in a couple of hard hits.QUOTE]


Why do people keep saying this? That problem was corrected by HPI last fall. They even sent replacement gears and an aftermarket gear brace just out of appreciation for their customers.

that's true i haven't ran the one-way with the brace in a awhile until i recently found a LHS that carry the 1.1 gears.
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Old 07-06-2005, 08:59 PM   #36
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i agree when the pro4 is running one-way the front gears strip pretty easy when in a couple of hard hits.QUOTE]


Why do people keep saying this? That problem was corrected by HPI last fall. They even sent replacement gears and an aftermarket gear brace just out of appreciation for their customers.
I gave up on the oneway even with the v1.1 gears it will still strip gears in a hit.
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Old 07-06-2005, 10:12 PM   #37
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I gave up on the oneway even with the v1.1 gears it will still strip gears in a hit.
That's a gear mesh problem. Not something HPI is at fault for. Any SD will strip gears if the mesh is too loose.
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