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Old 08-18-2008, 02:07 PM   #2731
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They are the right ones... hmm, have you checked the header card? not a case of RcMart sending you the wrong parts is it?

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thats the same one i got
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For thoose who care, I picked up the steering tip from Hara's build guide to the cyclone. Ok, it's only in engrish through a translation site, but is well worth a read... interesting to note specifically the raised servo (have a close look at the mounts on the 416, you'll see the servo base doesn't touch the chassis), and the steering arm setup, as described in my post above.

http://www.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.miragejapan.co.jp%2FA H%2Fsetting%2Fcyclone01.htm&langpair=ja|en&hl=en&i e=UTF8

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Hi,

finally the new diffcovers made from polycarbonate are available. Cheap they are not (22,00 Euros), but they should be worth because you will save many diff cover stickers. The covers fit exactly the 37T Ball Diff Pulleys. Here are some pictures:




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Old 08-18-2008, 04:06 PM   #2734
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i make them using blue adhesive paper, cutting it with a CIRCULAR WHEELARCH CUTTER

any more info regarding the rear upright??

this one take the 9050 bearings not the 1050
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For thoose who care, I picked up the steering tip from Hara's build guide to the cyclone. Ok, it's only in engrish through a translation site, but is well worth a read... interesting to note specifically the raised servo (have a close look at the mounts on the 416, you'll see the servo base doesn't touch the chassis), and the steering arm setup, as described in my post above.

http://www.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.miragejapan.co.jp%2FA H%2Fsetting%2Fcyclone01.htm&langpair=ja|en&hl=en&i e=UTF8

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Try this link then go to setting under hara and 6. Mecha-(06/09/19)
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Old 08-19-2008, 02:45 AM   #2736
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guys, please PM me the part number of 416's spool outdrive...my spool's outdrive had broken all....
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Old 08-19-2008, 07:54 AM   #2737
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Anyone knows what brand drive belt Marc is using?

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Old 08-19-2008, 11:10 AM   #2738
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Anyone knows what brand drive belt Marc is using?

where can i get that servo saver/alum piece?
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Hi,

S3M - that should be Bando (the standard supplyer of Tamiya).

The one piece servosaver is made from Square (TGE-22TB).
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S3M - that should be Bando (the standard supplyer of Tamiya).

The one piece servosaver is made from Square (TGE-22TB).
sweet. thanks!
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i make them using blue adhesive paper, cutting it with a CIRCULAR WHEELARCH CUTTER

any more info regarding the rear upright??

this one take the 9050 bearings not the 1050
They should take the 1050, as those are only avaliable to fit that size...
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S3M - that should be Bando (the standard supplyer of Tamiya).

The one piece servosaver is made from Square (TGE-22TB).
I do wonder if it's a new belt though, as the teeth are brown not black... only other brand that has that is Xray... maybe off a T2'008??
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Hi guys, ive run my 416 a few times on carpet now and am experiencing massive oversteer..im thinking it is mainly down to my tyres..at the moment im using take off cs 27's...with the setup i have a mo (slightly modded vicktor carpet setup) it is ok for 3 mins but even in that first 3 mins it will snatch..what is the best tyre for carpet..sorex 32 ? sweep 32 ? lrp vtec ? i jut dont know which one to go for and dont want to waste my money..trouble is the championships i plan to do over winter have yet to announce what tyres but need a rough set up...please hep me not waste my money...many thanks in advance
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Hi guys, ive run my 416 a few times on carpet now and am experiencing massive oversteer..im thinking it is mainly down to my tyres..at the moment im using take off cs 27's...with the setup i have a mo (slightly modded vicktor carpet setup) it is ok for 3 mins but even in that first 3 mins it will snatch..what is the best tyre for carpet..sorex 32 ? sweep 32 ? lrp vtec ? i jut dont know which one to go for and dont want to waste my money..trouble is the championships i plan to do over winter have yet to announce what tyres but need a rough set up...please hep me not waste my money...many thanks in advance
Hey Mark,

You'll struggle to get hold of Vtec's anymore, but they would have been my first recomendation.
At the moment, you can't really go far wrong with the Sorex 32 BRCA control tire, works well both indoors and out, and I wouldn't be suprised if a number of championships end up running on it.

As for your setup, what have you changed? any chance of postin it up on here in full, maybe something we can suggest to help

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sweet. thanks!
very nice bit of kit it is too... completely removes the slop from the servo saver
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