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Old 04-11-2010, 08:47 AM   #1
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Default Ofna Hyper 10 SC

Looks like Nitrohouse finally has the nitro truck available & I (as an elec. 10sc owner) can't wait to get one! It's been over 5 years since I owned my last nitro, so I have a few questions.
This truck is available as a roller, or as a combo with a Picco .12 3 port. They show a video on there site running with the .12, but I question the reliability of that little motor with such a heavy truck. I am assuming the nitro truck will weigh about the same as a ready to run electric, which is about 6 lbs +/-.
Do you guys think a .15 - .18 would be better suited?
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I'll let ya know tomarrow. should be in.

It has been a couple of years since I had a small block but it has been my experience that a good .12 is better than most .18 motors

I will be useing the jammin .12 ( have never seen one before either)

anybody know anything about setup on this truck?
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Old 04-24-2010, 07:25 PM   #3
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the kit took two weeks to get here. Seems pretty cool. I have only ran it on the street to break in the motor, don't like that a hump pack will not fit in the receiver box,

came with the electric instruction manual, made it a challange to assemble the brake linkage.

I'll tinker with the gearing when I get to the track.
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