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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    I wouldnt see why they wouldnt work if its a little tight then make some adjustments it would fit
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Well, right now i have a broke a arm in the front. Was just checking really, i need to start stocking up on parts for it before they start to get hard to find.
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    ORIGINAL: Arachna

    The RS4 clutch shoes was sort of a stopgap, although it seems to be working well atm. Shortly I intend to go with Mashers, 13t clutch bell and will then probably go with a Savage flywheel and clutch setup.

    99% sure that won't fit pretty sure the crank shafts are different sizes.

    unless you will throw in a .21-.28 engine then it would work(that requires a bit of modding from what I seen)


    BTW nice Punisher skull on the HPI JSDF body


    if you go mashers you will need to trim the front wheel well a quite a bit. I ran mashers on mine with the HPI MT1 chevy truck body, and had to take a quite a bit off. I ran mine with the 15t spur on a .15 engine, not sure how it would work on the .18
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Looking at mine, im thinking about putting some rally tires and it and an 1/8th scale rally body, if i can find out that will look right (tires not sticking out and proper wheelbase). Whatcha guys think?
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    that would look pretty cool
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Thanx for the flywheel info Syco. I have a buddy with a savage, perhaps I will see if he has a spare flywheel I can test fit.

    I am kicking around the pro-line flat iron tires. They are about 4 3/4 diameter instead of the Masher 5". They look good and may mean a bit less body surgery.

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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    ORIGINAL: ejc34710

    Well, right now i have a broke a arm in the front. Was just checking really, i need to start stocking up on parts for it before they start to get hard to find.
    missed your post only difference's in the MT2's to my knowledge were the engine, and the material the diffs were made out of. I think the teeth on the diffs were even the same.
    For the record the diffs should be going no where soon as the HPI Wheely king uses the same exact differential .
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread


    ORIGINAL: SyCo_VeNoM

    ORIGINAL: ejc34710

    Well, right now i have a broke a arm in the front. Was just checking really, i need to start stocking up on parts for it before they start to get hard to find.
    missed your post only difference's in the MT2's to my knowledge were the engine, and the material the diffs were made out of. I think the teeth on the diffs were even the same.
    For the record the diffs should be going no where soon as the HPI Wheely king uses the same exact differential .
    Thanks for the info, syco.
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Hi guys,
    I am new to this board and have just got two mt2s as a lot on ebay. I have one up and running which is pretty much standard and the second one I am fitting lots of hop up parts to it since it had lots already.
    Has anyone on here fitted gpm rear shocks on their mt2? I am having trouble getting them to fit because they are wider bore than the hpi ones and seem to touch the rear hub. Is there some special way of mounting them that I am missing or are they just poorly designed? I am using alluminium rear arms and hubs.

    many thanks

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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    hmm I have the GMP towers, and from what I remember they were almost the exact same size as the stock.


    take a pic of what you mean cause I might be thinking your issue is a little different then what I am imagining from what you said
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    So here is the problem.
    The GPM shocks have a larger diameter than the HPI ones.



    If I mount them as the HPI ones were mounted they touch the rear hub: -





    The only way that I can see to mount them is to put a screw into the arm, but the arms are not threaded all the way through just around half way through:





    Has anyone else come across this problem? I can't seem to find any pictures of how other people mounted them and GPM don't provide any installation information.
    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks

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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    blah dunno why I thought shock towers what I get for reading it when I am tired
    odd does it do that with the stock arms?
    I personally hated the aluminum arms as I found a few things to be outta whack(and after one whack they destroyed my rear hub)
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Sam, my only thought aside from your screw idea would be to find a longer shaft/hingpin that will give you more room to move the shock out.

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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Thanks for the suggestions. To be fair to GPM they replied to me with installation photos. It looks to me like the shaft that came with the arms was not long enough because the spacer should go between the arm and the shock to push it out and away from the hub. I have a longer shaft and tried it but the problem now is that they scrape on the inside of the wheel. The only solution to that problem seems to be having positive camber.
    I think that these shocks are a no go. I am thinking that I will go back to the HPI aluminium shocks which seem to fit much better.
    Apart from that the build is going well, photos to follow!

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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    don't extend the pin it will cause a whole world of troubles for you. try to get a shorter screw for the spot that you have it screwed into now that your best bet.
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Just drill and tap the hole all the way through on the arm or if it doesn't go through (it looks like it may stay in the meat of the arm by your picture) just drill and tap it further in.

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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Decided to "mini monster" my MT2 a bit. Put on some Masher 2k tires, 13tooth clutch bell and painted up a new HPI DSX-2 body for her. She seems to do well with the new setup.

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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Looks good man
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Hehe this thread is huge!

    I got my MT2 years ago when they first came out.. Modified it to the nth degree but then its been sitting in a box for about 4 years and i've only ran it twice lol
    Such a waste, but i did enjoy building it...















    There's a parts list here: http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/fb.asp?m=4067694

    I went mad on it lol.

    Thinking of selling it if anyone in the uk wants a suped-up MT2 or knows a good place to sell one? Either that or ebay @99p lol



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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    Oops


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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    what wing mount is that???
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread


    ORIGINAL: Jackedman

    what wing mount is that???
    The wing mount is home-made using plastic ball and socket joints with screws and rubber O-rings going through them. Tighten the screws to compress the rubber and it holds the wing firmly in place. If it gets knocked the wing has 4 points of articulation and can move freely on several planes . The idea was to make it crash resistant. I can get proper photo's of the assembly if you need...




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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    One more with the shell on for your viewing pleasure


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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    I got told off yesterday for having the tyres on backwards
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    RE: Official HPI MT2 Thread

    thanks man and who cares if you tires are backwards its your rig
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