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  1. Binding old KoPropp FM Helios to a Flysky 2.4ghz?

    A interstate mate wants to trade me his old KO Propo EX10 Helios FM radio for some brushless stuff. Its in great nick (apparently). I have a FlySky GT3 (Ko Clone) which I've used as a backup radio....
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    I just use a basic Flysky GT3B, had it for years...

    I just use a basic Flysky GT3B, had it for years and no issues, been dropped, kicked, drinks spilled on it. Still works well, easy to program and very cheap to buy.
    Never seen the need for $300+...
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    Thanks for the reply:) I think I will go for the...

    Thanks for the reply:) I think I will go for the Hobbyking model as a few people have said the electric gyro is light years ahead of the mechanical. Thanks so much for the reply, helped clear a few...
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    Hobbyking or Himoto?

    Hey was looking at buying a budget 1/4 dirt bike. both the FS/Hobbyking SuperRider and the Himoto/Ironside MX400 look like the bikes (for the price). The brushless MX400 I can get RTR with lipo...
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    ignore/delete

    double post.
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    Not that I'm aware of, Steve (Stevo?) is trying...

    Not that I'm aware of, Steve (Stevo?) is trying to get it up and running at Hobby Habit, I think they have run it at Mitchell Park as well but I missed it.
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    They are a bit hard to find in my part of the...

    They are a bit hard to find in my part of the world, I might have a look at the Fox/Novafox, someone else said they are good buggies.
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    Best value Tamiya Re-release buggy?

    My local club has started some vintage racing (2wd and 4wd, 540 motors) and I want to join in (much more fun and social the the brutally competitive 4wd class I race in), Tamiya Re-released buggies...
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    RE: King Motors Baja Review with pictures

    The clone is about 500g heavier (please use metric ;-) the metal km 2.0 and the heavier 3.0 weigh around 30lbs.
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    RE: HPI Trophy Truggy 4.6 or Robitronic Mantis

    They are not that bad. Friend has one and altho they are a cheapened version of the Lightning 2 Truggy he's happy with it. No breakages and it handles well, the stock engine is average tho.
    Never...
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    RE: Hyper .28 opinions?

    Just from a few people at my club that only got a few litres out of them before they seized/broke.
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    Hyper .28 opinions?

    Seen a few Hobao Hyper .28 3 port engines on special lately and I need a new truggy engine. Are they ok? Heard they are a good upgrade to the notsogood Macstar .28.
    Any help welcome:)
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    How to get this thing working

    I bought a SH .21 engine for my car, (this type) idiot me did not check the crank and to my displeasure found it to be the older OS type of shaft.
    Now the clutch nut fits but as its to short the...
  14. RE: can someone please help me with buggy selection (Want to order asap)

    Those buggies are pretty ancient, just for bashing it would be alright but they are not the easiest to work on.
    I'd hunt around and try and get a Hyper 7, usually there are some on ebay and they...
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    RE: looking to get into 1/8 scale

    Hobao have just released a new Hyper 7. No more e-clips, sealed battery box, new body, proper servos and many smaller updates. Well worth looking at.
    (get the Asian/European edition if you can,...
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    RE: a new gasser release

    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__19347__HobbyKing_4WD_Big_Monster_1_5th_Scale_Truck_ARR_AUS_Warehouse_.html
    $485 now:P
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    RE: a new gasser release

    They are $500 at Hobbyking. Anyone sampled one? Was looking at getting a monster truck.
  18. Thread: Rovan 5Sc

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    RE: Rovan 5Sc

    I have a KM mate has a Rovan, he's had more problems than me, but they are only small scale issues.
  19. RE: My experience (so far) with the King Motor Baja 5b.

    My KM at the track yesterday, was a good day out, no brakes, no issues, do not miss the nitro days one bit.

    http://img259.imageshack.us/img259/7366/buguv.jpg
  20. RE: My experience (so far) with the King Motor Baja 5b.

    Had my KM for over a year and altho it doesn't get that much use its never let me down. Raced it a few months ago at the local large scale club, qualified for the B main and I won all the races that...
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    RE: King Motors Baja Review with pictures

    Sounds like you're having a bad run. Bashed mine 6-7 times now and its only buggered a spur gear, no other issues.
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    RE: Hyper 7 TQ Sport w/ Mac Star .28

    They still make the buggy and the parts. (Hobao)
  23. Thread: Virus Blocked

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    RE: Virus Blocked

    Went away, now its back:(
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    RE: King Motors Baja Review with pictures

    My 3.0 has a issue. The stock spur gear was starting to wear so I replaced it with a HPI spur gear, it lasted 5 minutes... It was a snug fit but had some play in the mesh. See the pic..

    So I...
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    RE: 1/4 scale MONSTER TRUCK

    Christ! How does it run? What type of servos power it?
    Looks mega:)
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