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Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 28-11-2009
Replies: 271
Views: 45,233
Posted By y2kgtp
Just stop using them, when they puff up like...

Just stop using them, when they puff up like this, and you should be fine:

I'm getting 50% off 2 new packs as well.....:D


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Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 28-11-2009
Replies: 256
Views: 30,782
Posted By y2kgtp
Any setups to recommend for a blue groove\clay...

Any setups to recommend for a blue groove\clay track? I will be running ground down to almost slicks Losi Pink taper tires all around....
Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 25-11-2009
Replies: 4
Views: 1,198
Posted By y2kgtp
I ended up ordering the WCE one for the D4 along...

I ended up ordering the WCE one for the D4 along with the CVD bone to make it fit with the 1 way shaft that the buggy comes with. Hopefully it all fits....
Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 24-11-2009
Replies: 256
Views: 30,782
Posted By y2kgtp
Thanks, i have some new aluminum shocks that are...

Thanks, i have some new aluminum shocks that are close in length, I might try to see if I can make them work.
Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 23-11-2009
Replies: 256
Views: 30,782
Posted By y2kgtp
Thanks. As the car will come with the shaft, I...

Thanks. As the car will come with the shaft, I thought I might try it out, especially as I'm use to driving 2WD all the time.

Does anyone know what the shock length is from eyelet to eyelet? I...
Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 23-11-2009
Replies: 256
Views: 30,782
Posted By y2kgtp
I just picked up a Cyber 10b off of eBay at a...

I just picked up a Cyber 10b off of eBay at a good price. Ti turnbuckles, rear CVD's, and has the 1 way HB driveshaft included as an extra part.

If I get a D4 Slipper, can I use this 1 way...
Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 19-11-2009
Replies: 4
Views: 1,198
Posted By y2kgtp
I'm sure the kit is missing a few pins and...

I'm sure the kit is missing a few pins and setscrews not shown here as well....
Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 19-11-2009
Replies: 4
Views: 1,198
Posted By y2kgtp
Cyber 10B\D4 Slipper....where to get one cheaper?

I like the concept of the Cyber 10B, but have a hard time chocking down 50$ US for the slipper unit.


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Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 17-11-2009
Replies: 14
Views: 4,171
Posted By y2kgtp
I'm getting mine ready to take to the track for...

I'm getting mine ready to take to the track for it's first practice outing:

MMM 2200Kv on 5000Mah 14.8v packs.....


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Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 17-11-2009
Replies: 256
Views: 30,782
Posted By y2kgtp
So, is there a listing of "needed" parts for the...

So, is there a listing of "needed" parts for the buggy to get it more race ready?

I'm thinking:

Slipper unit
4 bearings for the diffs (read it comes with bushings)
rear CVD's
Carbide diff...
Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 16-11-2009
Replies: 256
Views: 30,782
Posted By y2kgtp
Cool. My main concern was with the rear rims, as...

Cool. My main concern was with the rear rims, as I have several sets with tires that match my local track. I would need to buy front rims anyways :D
Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 14-11-2009
Replies: 271
Views: 45,233
Posted By y2kgtp
Any idea why they still make cars with NiMH...

Any idea why they still make cars with NiMH slots? :eh?:
Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 14-11-2009
Replies: 256
Views: 30,782
Posted By y2kgtp
Is this for the rear, or all around? I have a...

Is this for the rear, or all around? I have a bunch of pre-mounted losi rims with tires that match my track. Front rims I can pick up HB as I have NIP a couple sets of 4wd tires as well.
Forum: Hot Bodies / HPI 13-11-2009
Replies: 256
Views: 30,782
Posted By y2kgtp
Can this buggy use the Losi 4wd rear Rims? Been...

Can this buggy use the Losi 4wd rear Rims? Been thinking about this one and the rear rims could be a big plus in my book.....
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