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Old 11-12-2009, 10:32 AM   #1
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Default Blitz upgrade options - parts listing

Below is a list of Blitz/E-Firestorm upgrades (w/ part numbers).

The stock replacement parts listing can be found here on HPI's site.

Body:
103808 ATTK-10 Short Course Body (Clear)
103417 Maxxis ATTK-10 Painted Body (Black/Silver)
103416 Maxxis ATTK-10 Painted Body (Orange/Black)

Main Chassis:
103366 Composite main chassis (not on HPI website yet)
86831 Aluminum Front Suspension Mount
86832 Aluminum Front Arm Brace
87256 Aluminum Rear Hub Carrier Set (0 Degree)

Drivetrain:
103165 Universal Drive Shaft Set
103192 Ball Diff (not on HPI website yet)
103371 77T Spur (not on HPI website yet)

Suspension:
103395 Aluminum Threaded Shock Set (Front) (67-87mm/2pcs)
103410 Aluminum Threaded Shock Set (Rear) (70-103mm/2pcs)
103348 Racing Spring Set (Front/4 Pairs)
103807 Racing Spring Set (Rear/4 Pairs)
103408 Shock Color Parts Set - Orange Anodized
103441 Shock Color Parts Set - Dark Brown Anodized
103407 Shock Color Parts Set - Clear Anodized
100408 Composite Front Suspension Arm Set
100409 Composite Rear Suspension Arm Set
86842 Titanium Nitride Coated Shock Shaft 3x50mm (Front)
86843 Titanium Nitride Coated Shock Shaft 3x58mm (Rear)
86845 Titanium Nitride Suspension Shaft Set 3X32mm
86846 Titanium Nitride Suspension Shaft Set 3X27mm
86847 Titanium Nitride Suspension Shaft Set 3X54m
86848 Titanium Nitride Suspension Shaft Set 3X33mm
93485 Titanium Turnbuckles M3x69mm

Electronics:
100416 Flux Motiv brushless ESC
100419 Flux Warp Brushless Motor
1151 Flux Brushless System (5700Kv)

Wheels:
103331 MK.10 Wheel Matte Chrome (4.5mm Offset)
103359 MK.8 Wheel Matte Chrome (4.5mm Offset)
103815 MK.10 Wheel Gold (4.5mm Offset)
103817 MK.10 Wheel Black Chrome (4.5mm Offset)
103819 MK.10 Wheel White (4.5mm Offset)
103821 MK.10 Wheel Black (4.5mm Offset)
103823 MK.8 Wheel Gold (4.5mm Offset)
103825 MK.8 Wheel Black Chrome (4.5mm Offset)
103827 MK.8 Wheel White (4.5mm Offset)
103829 MK.8 Wheel Black (4.5mm Offset)
103892 MK.10 Wheel Chrome (4.5mm Offset)
103894 MK.8 Wheel Chrome (4.5mm Offset)

Tires:
103335 Short Course Inner Foams (Soft)
103338 Maxxis Trepador Belted Tire S compound
103804 Maxxis Trepador Tire S compound
103347 ATTK Belted Tire S compound
103806 ATTK Tire S compound
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Old 11-13-2009, 05:20 PM   #3
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What about the aluminum 0 deg rear hub carriers? What do you gain besides strength with those?? Arent the stock composite ones 0 deg??
BTW thanks for the help YO!
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What about the aluminum 0 deg rear hub carriers? What do you gain besides strength with those?? Arent the stock composite ones 0 deg??
BTW thanks for the help YO!
The part # for the 0 degree aluminum hubs is 87256. The main difference is the ball stud is mounted vertically for more adjustment of the roll center (raise or lower ball stud height).
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:56 AM   #5
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ah i c.... thanx!
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Old 11-15-2009, 03:00 PM   #7
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what bout after market places ive heard of alot of stuff but i cant find any
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what bout after market places ive heard of alot of stuff but i cant find any
I'm sure when parts like that show up you'll find out here.
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Old 11-16-2009, 08:10 AM   #9
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New Era has 1/8th scale 17mm wheel adapters out. They work well. They also have a front skid guard/brace on the way out. They also have billet front arms for those who want to go that way too. NEW ERA BLITZ LINK

I contacted FastLane Machine and they have some stuff due to hit the market any day now.

There is a rear upper brace in cheap junky aluminum out by a junky brand.

I sure hope more stuff comes out soon. I need to upgrade the steering wipers.
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Old 11-21-2009, 05:30 PM   #10
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Platinum RC made a carbon fiber servo brace and battery strap for the Efirestorm. Do you think they'll fit the Blitz?
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Platinum RC made a carbon fiber servo brace and battery strap for the Efirestorm. Do you think they'll fit the Blitz?
I would bet not, different chassis completely.
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I would bet not, different chassis completely.
Battery strap is the same but servo brace is different.
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New Era has 1/8th scale 17mm wheel adapters out. They work well. They also have a front skid guard/brace on the way out. They also have billet front arms for those who want to go that way too. NEW ERA BLITZ LINK

I contacted FastLane Machine and they have some stuff due to hit the market any day now.

There is a rear upper brace in cheap junky aluminum out by a junky brand.

I sure hope more stuff comes out soon. I need to upgrade the steering wipers.
I went with the 17mm adapters on my slash and was not impressed.
I went back to the PL bowties and PL calibers on rear and I think this combo works better.

I wonder when RPM will come out with Blitz parts?
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Looks like Lunsford racing has a Titanium turnbuckle kit out:

http://www.lunsfordracing.com/mm5/me..._Code=TRUC-HPB

I would imagine some of their other Ti parts similar to what they make for the SC10, and Slash might be on the way....

I've used their links on rock crawlers and been very happy with them, is their other stuff good?
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Looks like Lunsford racing has a Titanium turnbuckle kit out:

http://www.lunsfordracing.com/mm5/me..._Code=TRUC-HPB

I would imagine some of their other Ti parts similar to what they make for the SC10, and Slash might be on the way....

I've used their links on rock crawlers and been very happy with them, is their other stuff good?
Good eye, I was looking for that and missed it.
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Old 12-01-2009, 07:35 PM   #16
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Below is a list of Blitz/E-Firestorm upgrades (w/ part numbers).

The stock replacement parts listing can be found

Main Chassis:
103366 Composite main chassis (not on HPI website yet)
When does the composite chassis come out? i cracked mine today
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Old 12-02-2009, 07:29 AM   #17
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Titanium Nitrade Coated Steering Post
HPI Blitz #86844
this is a upgrade part also thats not in the list
Thanks Dustin
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Looks like Lunsford racing has a Titanium turnbuckle kit out:

http://www.lunsfordracing.com/mm5/me..._Code=TRUC-HPB
Nice!
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Old 12-03-2009, 02:44 PM   #19
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fyi, the ae stearing rack is a direct fit to the blitz....i used it because it is a bit stiffer than the hpi part
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Old 12-03-2009, 03:11 PM   #20
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^^^ got a part number ?
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