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Old 04-09-2011, 12:58 PM   #1
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Hi everyone, not sure if there's any thread on brushless conversion for the superten fw04. Was wondering if anyone has any experience with superten brushless conversion. If there's someone, how do you convert the superten to brushless. What are the parts needed for the conversion and where can I find them? Thanks much in advance.

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Old 04-10-2011, 08:12 AM   #2
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Hi everyone, not sure if there's any thread on brushless conversion for the superten fw04. Was wondering if anyone has any experience with superten brushless conversion. If there's someone, how do you convert the superten to brushless. What are the parts needed for the conversion and where can I find them? Thanks much in advance.

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Old 04-12-2011, 09:02 AM   #3
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I thought this looks somewhat familiar but just couldn't find where. Thanks, mugenize1.
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I thought this looks somewhat familiar but just couldn't find where. Thanks, mugenize1.
wow!! that looks exactly like my work!!
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wow!! that looks exactly like my work!!
It is yours, I did the same thing with mine I just never got a chance to take pic's
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Old 11-14-2011, 01:14 PM   #6
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Hi everyone, not sure if there's any thread on brushless conversion for the superten fw04. Was wondering if anyone has any experience with superten brushless conversion. If there's someone, how do you convert the superten to brushless. What are the parts needed for the conversion and where can I find them? Thanks much in advance.

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Hi Cmvs,
Very interesting Question you are asking. I have exactly the same challenge, I want to convert my old but great Super Ten to brushless. Unfortunatly I didnt find a single overview how to do this and which are the right parts to use.
Could you please do me the favor and give me a inside what you figured out.
Thanks in advanced for your support,
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Old 08-02-2012, 03:53 PM   #7
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Hi Cmvs,
Very interesting Question you are asking. I have exactly the same challenge, I want to convert my old but great Super Ten to brushless. Unfortunatly I didnt find a single overview how to do this and which are the right parts to use.
Could you please do me the favor and give me a inside what you figured out.
Thanks in advanced for your support,
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i have converted my fw04 to bl with mid diff !i havent complete it yet cause im waiting a carbon fiber sheet so to make some carbon parts !
I am just about to take some photos maybe tomorrow !
For the conversion i have use
1)motor mount from ofna sc10
2)mid diff with diff mount from kyosho dbx
3)center drive shafts(cvd) that is a mix from ae rc8 center cva input cup
and thunder tiger mta4 drive shaft (only the axle)
4)Battery case from ofna sc10
5)39t spur gear from kyosho tr15

To fit all the parts (motor,battery case etc ) i have already place the servo saver from the left side to the right side thats because the battery case is sitting in the left side of the chassis so no room left for the st servo!
The only thing that i have to do is to cut a c/f sheet and make a new upper deck and center diff plate!

If everything works properly i ll use a robitronic platinum bl motor thats a 550 type motor turning at 3400 rpm per volt ..

I'll be back with more info and photos...

Best regards from greece.
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Old 08-05-2012, 03:32 AM   #8
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Here is some photos of my superten fw04 brushless conversion!








There are also more photos on the link http://brushlessmaniac.blogspot.gr/ !
Description is unfortunately in greek language but if you have any question please let me know !
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Default kyosho superten fw04 brushless with mid diff

So here we are ,the project is finished and the carbon upperdeck is shitting on the right side instead the left , i have already unglue all the tires and wrap the inside with duct tape to prevent balloning with 4cells lipo that i manage to run!
A question to all of you supertenmaniacs,i have some kzero tires that i bought used and they are belted !Before few days i bought some new sets of k zero that they arent belted but there is nothing to refer that other k zero is belted and other not!Anyone knows something for this?
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And with my beauty,custom made mercrdes amg :




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Old 12-08-2012, 04:00 PM   #10
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Check out this links:
http://nuke.turboracingrc.es/Invento...7/Default.aspx
http://nuke.turboracingrc.es/Hibrido...2/Default.aspx
http://nuke.turboracingrc.es/Inicio/...8/Default.aspx
They are links from a spanish project that whose goal is to convert gas cars into electric.
Nowadays 4 models can be converted: Kyosho V One RRR, Mugen MTX 4 & 5 and X Ray NT1.
In this video, you can see the "HÝbrido" in action, all 3 cars are hÝbridos (2 Kyosho and 1 X Ray), good drivers and hot competition.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9idoZ0pBoE
Hope you enjoy the visit.

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Old 12-08-2012, 07:29 PM   #11
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Cool kyosho superten fw03

hi guys. I do have 1 of this with gs11r engine. It has been laying around quite sometimes as i dont have time for it. Same as Tamiya TGS nitro...if anyone keen for this. may email me ur offer....grieverance at ya hoo. com
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