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Old 09-09-2005, 07:56 PM   #1
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OFNA Hyper One Seven gas-nitro powered Touring Sedan

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The new OFNA Hyper One Seven gas-nitro powered Touring Sedan is truly a unique vehicle in the R/C Industry. The One Seven 1/7th scale sedan sports a new geometry which more closely matches full-scale automobiles, which makes driving the One Seven an exhilirating and exciting experience. Its race-compound high-grip tires hug the curves, while the PBS style Independent Suspension System and Low-Positioned Shock Absorbers keep the wheels stuck to the track. All wheel drive is the most efficient method for delivering maximum torque to the ground for maximum performance. Powering the Hyper One Seven is the Hyper .21 8-port Engine, well known in the industry for it's reliable tunability, longevity and horsepower, coupled with an authentic dual-exhaust system, giving the One Seven an authentic dual-tip exhaust sound. And when all that raw power going forward gets you stuck, switch the One Seven into reverse and back out of any problems!
Take your hobby to the next level with a Hyper One Seven.

Technical data:
Length: 735mm Height: 180mm (no body) Weight RTR: 4100g Width: 305mm Wheel Base: 396mm


2 Speed Gearbox, plus Reverse
Low Profile 250cc Fuel Tank
CNC Lightened Hard Coated Chassis
Dual Tip Exhaust System
High Impact Front & Rear Foam Bumpers
Handle built into rear bumper foam
Adjustable, Oil-Filled, Coil-over Shocks
High Torque Steering Servo
Multi-adjustable PBS Suspension
Toe-in, width, droop, travel stops can be set without dismantling the suspension
Adjustable wire anti-roll bar front and rear
Low center of gravity drivetrain and radio plate
Chassis mounted receiver battery
Aluminum threaded shock bodies
Full ball bearing set High Grip Rubber Racing Tires
3 shoe racing clutch
Adjustable Turnbuckles
Dual-disc brake system
Hyper 21 8-port pullstart engine
3 New Painted And Trimmed Body and Mounts
Front CVA & Rear dogbone driveshafts
Includes 3 Channel Radio, Glow Ignitor & Plug

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Old 09-09-2005, 08:21 PM   #2
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that's a sexy looking car...
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Old 09-10-2005, 10:13 AM   #3
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Ive seen one in action, the engine is not powerful enough for the size of the car...It needs a nice .21 then you'll see some numbers.

Nice meaning, the picco .21 or an O.S. .21 or possibly a bigger engine...mach .26...
Hyper 7 pro for sale!
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Old 09-10-2005, 10:20 AM   #4
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I always thought the Hyper .21 was a good engine? Also take a look at the tuned pipe shape, it's crazy!

It also looks like it has "training wheels" on the side lol

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