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Old 11-09-2013
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Default Hyper h2 pro, first purchases

Hello, sorry for my english, but I use google translator.
I bought a hyper h2 pro, you soon will come to me.

esc 120A(Hobbiking X-car 120A)
I run on carpet and I wanted to buy a 7.5T motor (Turnigy Tracstar 7.5T
or is it better another, maybe a 10.5T)?


Such as batteries, I do not know what to choose, because I do not know the space of the battery compartment.
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...APPROVED_.html
or
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...APPROVED_.html
or
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...APPROVED_.html
or
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...ddle_Pack.html


I wanted to buy from hobbyking . com (Turnigy nanotech), I recommended the batteries most appropriate?

Can you help?
Thank you.


Ps. tires that I will use: Shumacher minipin yellow
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if you have never raced before then the 10.5t will be the better motor
the car itself is very strong but I would upgrade the rear drive shafts.
on carpet schu yellow minipin will be fine on the rear but I would run a yellow 2wd minispike on the front as in mid motor form the car has a lot of steering.

for in doors I usually run 4wd fronts stretched on to the rear to reduce rear end grip and allow the car to pivot more in the corners.
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In my indoor track (carpet) make a lot of races and I would like to participate.
I would not be last with a motor 10.5T.

I do not know the difference between 7.5 or 10.5T motor.
The straight line is not more than 10 mt.

The problem are the batteries, who can help me?
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Just FYI the driveshafts have now been updated and have a 1.5mm pin instead of the 2mm pin so are much stronger

Losi 22 drive shafts/pins are a direct fit to the H2 if you prefer
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I get an answer too? I have orders on hobbyking open, and I would like to close it.
thanks
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All of the batteries you have listed will fit the H2

I use a shorty pack in my H2 as do quite a few of the team drivers

The good thing of you go for the saddle pack you can use this in a 4 wd too in the future
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This is a great starting set up for indoor carpet, use mini pin rear and cut stagger front tyres from schumacher in yellow compound

http://www.cmldistribution.co.uk/pro...hil-Sleigh.pdf
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great, so I confirm this?
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...APPROVED_.html
or this:
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...APPROVED_.html

I hope you have evaluated the absorption of my engine:
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...or_5135KV.html

I promise, do not get annoyed after anymore.
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Yes all of the battery/motor listed will be fine in the H2

I would go for the shorty pack myself
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really thank you.
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