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    Hpi E-Firestorm Parts - Where to buy

    Hi guys

    I live in Nz and its hard to get parts for the E Firestorm, Just wondering if you guys have any good sites to get them off ,

    Thanks

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    Um you can try Amainhobbies.com, and get the rpm ones. They will last allot longer and will save you time, money, and money and time together for shipping. I have some. Lasted soo.. many crashes.

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    Theres A main hobbies, tower hobbies, stormer hobbies, rpp hobbies, and great hobbies are some good online hobby shops.

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    eBay is another great option.

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    if you want hop up parts try this site
    [url=http://www.integy.com/st_main.html?p_catid=252&page=1]Hop-up Parts for HPI Firestorm & Blitz R/C or RC - Team Integy[/url]

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    No.... Those arent so good from what i hear. I hear they bend easily, ive never tried them but i just hear things. STRC is better cause there aluminum is tempered. Tempered is better quality. The best quality that i know of is 7075 aluminum. But it can get pricey

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    [url=http://www.rcplanet.com/default.asp]RC Planet Radio Control Cars, Trucks, Helicopters, Airplanes, Boats, Traxxas, HPI[/url]
    here is another site to check out

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    Quote Originally Posted by megarallycar View Post
    No.... Those arent so good from what i hear. I hear they bend easily, ive never tried them but i just hear things. STRC is better cause there aluminum is tempered. Tempered is better quality. The best quality that i know of is 7075 aluminum. But it can get pricey
    It's a fact that most Integy parts are junk. Stay away from them.

    STRC is good. You could also check out Golden Horizon Hobby.

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    Yup some one to back me up. All they do too, is just form the same design, but into aluminum. Other better brands would take that design and improve it, and then make it aluminum, and then tamper with it. Stronger, better, badder. Nuf Said

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