New from CKRC:
1/8 scale driving performance in a 1/10 scale package! Tired of a high center of gravity, no low end power, sky bound jumping, and/or weak parts?
Well fear no more.
Convert any HPI MT2 into an all out slash 4×4 killing machine. CKRC’s new MT2SC conversion kit has been tested for a year at some of the best west coast short course tracks. The truck absolutely dominated any other 1/10 short course truck on the market, 2wd or 4wd. If you think the Blitz is hot, wait until you drive this. The MT2SC in ready to run form weighs only 1.5 ounces more then a comparably equipped blitz!
So why the HPI MT2? Three reasons.
CKRC did a few vehicle conversions before deciding on the HPI product.
1. Hpi mt2’s are plentiful, inexpensive and more importantly , Strong! Anyone who owns a hpi can attest to the strength of their plastic and the quality in their kits.
2. Mt2 parts can also be attained from nearly any hobby shop.
3. It just plain out performed anything we threw up against it!
HPI MT2’s can be purchased from ebay, rctech or multiple places for as little as $45.00 for a roller.
The CKRC kit includes everything you need to convert an HPI MT2 into an electric 4X4 short course dominator!
Legal for ROAR’s current short course rules.
- 1/8″ aluminum chassis
- Aluminum chassis stiffener
- Sc10 front bumper
- Brushless motor mount and center diff block
- Longer front drive shaft conversion
- front and rear body mounts
- Plastic battery tray
- New servo mounts
- 2 velcro straps and all hardware necessary to install.
Body, wheels and tires are not included.
Any 12mm slash/blitz wheel comb will work.
Any 1/10 short course body will work.
Truck is pictured with CKRC “skinny” aluminum wheels, aluminum knuckles, hub carriers, turnbuckle kit, adjustable servo arm, aluminum bell crank kit, proline switch tires and a SC10 body.
ckhp3 – $114.99
Hpi has made a running change in the gear shaft that is coming from the differentials to the dogbones. There are three versions of the MT2.
The Original MT2 RS4, the MT2 18SS, and the current model MT2 G3.0.
We have now seen all 3 versions running two different types of differential shafts. You may need to update the differential shaft and or gears. For more information check out the directions ***HERE***
Trevor “Chilly” Duncan
Online News Editor
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