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Old 10-27-2011, 05:28 AM   #3811
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They are 44mm long, I tried, but I prefer the 46mm steel CVD, offer better and more consistent traction.
The steel CVD combined with the new solid long axle cup POM (#68770) and the universal axle pin cover (#68759) , have a very smooth movement and chattering non-existen.
Thank you. Bad thing is I'm need them for my photon. I had to come to this tread because I couldn't find any info anywhere. Thanks again tough, I my try the 46mm hot bodies shafts the top ones seem to wear very qwick.
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Old 10-27-2011, 05:30 AM   #3812
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yup. Pro4 springs. I think amain has the whole set for 30bux
Awesome. Will have to go hunting arnd the house to see if I still have my cyclone springs.

Thanks for the prompt reply. Cheers
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Old 10-27-2011, 12:06 PM   #3813
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Hey guys, Quick question.

Does the TCX and Cyclone share shock springs? And what is everyone using atm? Amain doesn't list any springs under the TCX page.

Thanks in advance. Much appreciated.
Yup, same springs. Pink front, silver rear is generally standard issue.
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Hi Guys..

Does anybody know what is the difference between the Hot bodies Subaru body type A,B and C?

What body was Andy moore using in Beijing and Hara in IIC?
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Old 10-28-2011, 06:53 AM   #3815
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My experiece with the type b is more roll and the car rotates.
type a I get more overall downforce and a little more stable.
It also depends on rear wing cut out and if you use the side dams or not.

Ive never tried any other brand bodies since I was the one that always wanted to look a little different on the track
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Old 10-28-2011, 05:44 PM   #3816
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Do we know what foam bumper andy is using???
It's RIDE bumper for TCX.

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Old 10-29-2011, 10:32 AM   #3817
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You can find springs and a lot of the new hop ups here
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Old 10-29-2011, 07:18 PM   #3819
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Is this a new TCX?
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Old 10-29-2011, 07:22 PM   #3820
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There are several more pics of that car on RedRC. One minor complaint, he has the tensioner for the middle belt on the bottom, tensioned side. You should always put tensioners on the slack side which is the top for that belt.
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There are several more pics of that car on RedRC. One minor complaint, he has the tensioner for the middle belt on the bottom, tensioned side. You should always put tensioners on the slack side which is the top for that belt.
One major complaint from me is, having to run those small packs you only get 3800mah. I tried modified on a low grip track and was drawing 2500, you'd have to lose punch by the end of the run, no?
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One major complaint from me is, having to run those small packs you only get 3800mah. I tried modified on a low grip track and was drawing 2500, you'd have to lose punch by the end of the run, no?
Technology has been evolving soo quickly in the past few years. Im sure a shorty lipo can/will hit high mah ratings in the future.....

My mind is also blown away also... If this is a prototype. Time will tell how good the design can get.
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Is this a new TCX?
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No official HB car.... just had to much time.. finished the car on Thursday evening.
Some parts are not perfect yet, but it works really good.
Runtime is no problem, needed about 2800mAh for my fastest qualifier.
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Is this a new TCX?
¨look like hpi pro 3..

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