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    Gyro in my HPI BLITZ

    well i put a gyro in my Blitz



    the 35A esc and 4300kv Works AWSOME Now..



    and is back in the Blitz.










    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cl_gJWDUYE[/youtube]





    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lgoBKl5J4o[/youtube]





    im thinking of haven Dansville PD check the speed of this Sucker...



    When i do i will do a video of it.



    It looks like EVERY time i take the Rc's out ALL the Traffic in town Has to use this Street Grrrrrr!!!!!!!!



    it mostlikely could have gone faster Back up the street but the wind was Gusty..






    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pCuHDjfA7M[/youtube]

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    RE: Gyro in my HPI BLITZ



    Tonite I installed the Gyro and set it all up



    its on Ch3 so i can turn it off on the fly



    I hope it does what i want it to do i will do some Gyro Testing tomarrow







     
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    RE: Gyro in my HPI BLITZ



    ok well i tested the Gyro out in the Blitz ..........



    And I will Tell you the Blitz is fun But tis AWSOME With the Gyro !!!!!!!



    SUPPER Easy to control under full power on Stones and Dirt ..






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    RE: Gyro in my HPI BLITZ

    I use to run gyros a long time ago, They work nice but dont seem to hold up to the abuse of offroading for a long time.
    Tamiya cc01, AE RC18R, HPI Savage Flux XS, HPI E-Firestorm Flux.

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    RE: Gyro in my HPI BLITZ



    I have only one thing to tell ya..

    EPOXI it has been filled with it.
    just like i did with my ESC
    and coated the controller inside my servo . No NASTY looking plasty dip for me.

    but a out of the package gyro i would kill in one day.
    plus its waterproof now .


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    RE: Gyro in my HPI BLITZ

    Ive never run gyro's on car/trucks, what does it actually do for the car , and how ?
    l understand gyro's, just not seeing the great advantage to one in an RC ?
    Never have tried it either though.


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