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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

Yeah I figured it was the servo that made the other part shatter the way the pieces looked after the damage was done. I had that servo laying around so I just slapped it in there instead of buying a...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

It's cool but sometimes it's not so fun to make:) That freakin piece I made there took me the better part of the day to do to get it right. The only thing is I'll have to mod it again if I ever...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

Ok I finally just broke down and made an Aluminum upper chassis plate. It took a while to build and it's tons sturdier than the stock POS. I dunno though I think I may have been using too high of a...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

Hey guys is there an upgrade for the upper chassis deck on these things. This part http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXTNC3&P=Z. It's the part where the servo mounts to and your radio...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

Most people use bearings for the diffs to replace the plastic bushings. Not sure what size they are though.

As far as the plastic pinion diff gear, I'm not sure if there is a metal upgrade. I...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

You've got the right tires. Just need to work on the throttle control. You can't just blast it wide open or it won't go anywhere. You have to ease into the throttle to get the speed up and then start...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

I came up with the same exact solution today while piddling around in my garage. I found an unused Traxxas turnbuckle in my spares box (a part that came in a turnbuckle kit I bought that isn't used...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

Ok fellas, I got the Oni Kyan Arm set installed today here's the pics I also have a question as well.

Here's the front. I don't know if you can see it or not but the toe on the front of my E10...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

Hey Guys.

The Oni Kyan Adjustable Arm set is back in stock at HPIRacing.com. I ordered mine on Tuesday and they'll be here tomorrow. GET THEM WHILE YOU CAN. I've been waiting for them to get...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

Ok cool just wasn't sure on that. I don't think I'll use any glue and see how it goes. They're on there pretty good.
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

I just mounted up a set of new T drift tires on the black 10 spoke rims. What a freakin job. Thank God I had my heat gun.

Do you guys use any CA glue on these tires??? I checked the first one I...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

Don't know if you all have seen these or not yet but I am going to get them when they are available to help the way my tires are wearing. Since I was informed that the slight play in the wheels is...
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

Yep. Everything on my car is box stock.
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Posted By CarGuy7a

RE: Official HPI E-10 Thread

Hey guys I got an E10 setup for drifting not long ago and have a few questions.

I have the thin hexes installed to make the car 190mm wide. My tires are also wearing really bad on the inside...
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