Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
HPI E10 monster energy mustang
#1
Not sure about a lot of this stuff, specs wize.

RC Drift Chassis Information
Manufacturer: HPI
Model: E10
Track Surface: Blacktop
Tires: Stock/ custom HPI wheels with staggered offsets 6mm front and 9mm rear
Motor and ESC: stock
Servo: stock

Chassis Settings
Front Setup
Camber (Degrees) (Positive is out, Negative is in): fully adjustable control arms
Toe (Degrees) (Specify Toe in or out):
Caster (Degrees):
Kick-up (mm):
Sway Bar (yes/no): yes
Ride Height (mm):
Springs (indicate type, length, hardness, etc): HPI coil over kit
Damper Oil (indicate weight or #):
Upper Damper Position (Lower # indicates inner most position):
Lower Damper Position (Lower # indicates inner most position):
Other (Weights, Mods, etc):

Rear Setup
Camber (Degrees) (Positive is out, Negative is in): fully adjustable control arms
Toe (Degrees) (Specify Toe in or out):
Caster (Degrees):
Kick-up (mm):
Sway Bar (yes/no):yes
Ride Height (mm):low
Springs (indicate type, length, hardness, etc): HPI coil overs
Damper Oil (indicate weight or #):no clue
Upper Damper Position (Lower # indicates inner most position):
Lower Damper Position (Lower # indicates inner most position):
Other (Weights, Mods, etc):stock

Drivetrain (Optional) aluminum drive shaft
Front Belt (mm or teeth):stock
Rear Belt (mm or teeth):stock
Front Pulley (teeth and differential type):stock
Front Center Pulley (teeth and differential type):stock
Rear Center Pulley (teeth and differential type):stock
Rear Pulley (teeth and differential type):stock

Gearing
Spur (teeth and pitch):stock
Pinion (teeth and pitch):stock

Still waiting for these wheels and tires to come in the mail.


Attached Files
.jpg   image.jpg (Size: 676.09 KB / Downloads: 36)
.jpg   image.jpg (Size: 97.21 KB / Downloads: 33)
Reply
#2
Nice! I started with an E10, but it was the Justin Pawlak body
Currently working on a RWD Sakura D3 Check out my --->build thread^^

Reply
#3
(10-11-2013, 11:06 AM)L3gTxDomo Wrote:  Nice! I started with an E10, but it was the Justin Pawlak body

Have a pic of that car? post it :)

Thank you.

My next mod is going to be an HPI Flux brushless motor.
Reply
#4
(10-11-2013, 01:20 PM)Brimmer555 Wrote:  
(10-11-2013, 11:06 AM)L3gTxDomo Wrote:  Nice! I started with an E10, but it was the Justin Pawlak body

Have a pic of that car? post it :)

Thank you.

My next mod is going to be an HPI Flux brushless motor.

I don't have it anymore, but I still have a picture(Hopefully it works when I try to upload it)
Currently working on a RWD Sakura D3 Check out my --->build thread^^

Reply
#5
(10-11-2013, 03:31 PM)L3gTxDomo Wrote:  
(10-11-2013, 01:20 PM)Brimmer555 Wrote:  
(10-11-2013, 11:06 AM)L3gTxDomo Wrote:  Nice! I started with an E10, but it was the Justin Pawlak body

Have a pic of that car? post it :)

Thank you.

My next mod is going to be an HPI Flux brushless motor.

I don't have it anymore, but I still have a picture(Hopefully it works when I try to upload it)
Cool I hope it works too lol
Reply
#6
My avatar pic is my newest 1/10 scale body. It's a 1969 boss mustang.
Reply
#7
I think his will be the motor I get.

#101726 - FLUX PRO 5.0T COMPETITION BRUSHLESS MOTOR
Reply
#8
(10-11-2013, 05:07 PM)Brimmer555 Wrote:  
(10-11-2013, 03:31 PM)L3gTxDomo Wrote:  
(10-11-2013, 01:20 PM)Brimmer555 Wrote:  
(10-11-2013, 11:06 AM)L3gTxDomo Wrote:  Nice! I started with an E10, but it was the Justin Pawlak body

Have a pic of that car? post it :)

Thank you.

My next mod is going to be an HPI Flux brushless motor.

I don't have it anymore, but I still have a picture(Hopefully it works when I try to upload it)
Cool I hope it works too lol

Didn't work. Look me up on Instagram. I have a lot more pictures there
Currently working on a RWD Sakura D3 Check out my --->build thread^^

Reply
#9
If you haven't yet I'd hold off on the BL system and go for a front one way and rear spool first. My old drift crew, our best driver ran an E10 with oil filled shocks, FOW, and rear spool. It's alot easier to drift when the car has those upgrades. He kept on with the stock motor and when that finally fried he put in the brushed motor that came with his Axial. Stock E10D's understeer too much to consistently drift.

I have alot of fun with the E10's that have the "must get" upgrades. Its like the car begs to be driven hard.
Don't be a douche and help the next guy.  

Mehh
Reply
#10
[/quote]

Didn't work. Look me up on Instagram. I have a lot more pictures there
[/quote]

Whats instagram?
Reply
 


Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)


About DriftMission.com - Your Home for RC Drifting

Your home for everything RC Drift! DriftMission.com offers RC Drift news, reviews, guides, chassis, videos, tips, countersteer tools, bodies, builds and more!

Serving up the latest RC Drift content since 2011.