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Old 08-04-2011, 08:06 AM   #3346
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im thinking about Fitting 20tooth pullys to my Tc's But Need to do the homework to make sure i only spend the money 1s if you go back a page i posted a link to some 3racing parts that i think i might beable to make work..
search thru this thread for the same question asked by me - i'd link you directly but am at work and my boss is bugging me...

I asked the same question and charlie_b answered me with what was needed (ie, cyclone S center shaft, some pins and a very steady hand to open up the holes in the shaft)...I gave up trying to do it and bought a TCX not that it was too difficult, I just had a good excuse to buy a new chassis
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search thru this thread for the same question asked by me - i'd link you directly but am at work and my boss is bugging me...

I asked the same question and charlie_b answered me with what was needed (ie, cyclone S center shaft, some pins and a very steady hand to open up the holes in the shaft)...I gave up trying to do it and bought a TCX not that it was too difficult, I just had a good excuse to buy a new chassis
I got The Cyclone S Shaft! LOL i got a Exotek so my belts are all ready Fliped. The only thing lacking is the very Limited Gear Ratio! lol
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Old 08-04-2011, 10:41 AM   #3348
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Hi guys, here is Ty Tessmann's setup sheets from the ROAR paved nats.
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Old 08-04-2011, 01:58 PM   #3349
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When can I get the new chassie?

And how is HPI pro4 arms comp to the originale ones?
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Old 08-05-2011, 07:34 AM   #3350
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I updated my car with some new equipment




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Old 08-05-2011, 08:39 AM   #3351
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John,

You're cars always look dang awesome. You inspire me to go make my car bright and clean every time I see pics :P. To bad none of my electronics match colorwise .
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What servo horn is that?

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Old 08-05-2011, 01:14 PM   #3353
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What servo horn is that?
could be a 3Racing purple arm and a tamiya hi-torque servo saver...I got that in mine...the 3Racing part is made for the tamiya servo saver


By the way, John - the car looks good!!
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What is between the speed controller and the motor?
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Tamiya SP-1000 Hi Torque servo saver BLACK

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Hi power capacitors.
They come instock in the package of the speed controler.

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Old 08-05-2011, 02:02 PM   #3357
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John,

You're cars always look dang awesome. You inspire me to go make my car bright and clean every time I see pics :P. To bad none of my electronics match colorwise .
Thanks Korey.
Don't know if my inspiring to you is a good thing. It makes you spend more time on your car, which would make your significant other, not very happy
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could be a 3Racing purple arm and a tamiya hi-torque servo saver...I got that in mine...the 3Racing part is made for the tamiya servo saver


By the way, John - the car looks good!!
Thank you sir!
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Don't know if my inspiring to you is a good thing. It makes you spend more time on your car, which would make your significant other, not very happy
I thought his car is his significant other?

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Old 08-05-2011, 06:05 PM   #3360
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Easy now... I may be single but I don't like my car THAT much.
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