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Old 07-31-2010, 03:16 PM   #391
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Yes,the aluminum out drives are more durable. But that doesn't mean the composit one is not durable. You can use the composit one for mod with no problem in fact Hara won the TITC w/composit out drives. He also used 46mm drive shafts at the race.

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yeah!! it's correct!! I love Composite out drives, I have one made alluminium, and one made Composite, I prefer aluminiun, only because its more easy to make setup. but in aluminiun, you will have to change the blades every race.
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yeah!! it's correct!! I love Composite out drives, I have one made alluminium, and one made Composite, I prefer aluminiun, only because its more easy to make setup. but in aluminiun, you will have to change the blades every race.
It should be something Xray using on Spool Cups if so Its even durable than Alloy
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Old 07-31-2010, 11:00 PM   #393
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Pardon, did you mean 416X rear belts, but why did you say also Cyclone TC rear belts as well, they are similar?
About the blades, can not use Tamiya drive shafts, since we want to use Tamiya blades?

And for another question, what could i do if i want to put this geardiff to my Cyclone TC, please?

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Both front and rear belts are from Cyclone TC not the tamiya belts. Since the gear diff and the front pulley are 37tooth, those belts fit perfectly with the 20tooth center pulleys.

As for the drive shaft blades, if you use hb drive shafts the blades should also be the hb. If you use tamiya drive shafts, the blades should be the tamiya blades. I just don't know if those blades are compatible with hb drive shafts.
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I don't think they are. The blades on the tamiya are generally a lot smaller. The "ball" at the end of the driveshaft is also much bigger on the HB driveshafts. The blade must be bigger to accommodate this. Tamiya blades would be way stretched out on HB drivshafts, and HB blades would just flop around everywhere on Tamiya driveshafts

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Old 08-01-2010, 03:27 AM   #395
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wiull the gear diff change the gear ratio or will itbe the same
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Both front and rear belts are from Cyclone TC not the tamiya belts. Since the gear diff and the front pulley are 37tooth, those belts fit perfectly with the 20tooth center pulleys.

As for the drive shaft blades, if you use hb drive shafts the blades should also be the hb. If you use tamiya drive shafts, the blades should be the tamiya blades. I just don't know if those blades are compatible with hb drive shafts.
Thanks for your reply, sorry for my mistake for the 416x rear belts instead of rear shafts.
About Cyclone TC, in fact i have asked you before but you didn't answer me yet.
Could be possible using WCE belts for matching geardiffs?

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will HB come out with their own version of the gear diff for the tcx?
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Old 08-01-2010, 08:47 AM   #399
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wiull the gear diff change the gear ratio or will itbe the same
this is easy to know. take the number of tooth of gear diff puley, and number of tooth of pulley central. now you do the math. in this case. 37/20 = 1,85 and, this will be your new internal ratio.
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anyone eles notice that the rc blood car the arms are dremeled out? why?

i like the sway bar holders
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Old 08-01-2010, 10:14 AM   #401
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ummm, for lightening? it will sacrifice durability though!
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Thanks for your reply, sorry for my mistake for the 416x rear belts instead of rear shafts.
About Cyclone TC, in fact i have asked you before but you didn't answer me yet.
Could be possible using WCE belts for matching geardiffs?

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Hi mac853,
Sorry i missed your question. I have tested gear diff with Cyclone TC in the past and i used Serpent's gear diff at that time. If you can find it, you can try gear diff on the Cyclone TC as well.
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I don't think they are. The blades on the tamiya are generally a lot smaller. The "ball" at the end of the driveshaft is also much bigger on the HB driveshafts. The blade must be bigger to accommodate this. Tamiya blades would be way stretched out on HB drivshafts, and HB blades would just flop around everywhere on Tamiya driveshafts

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As Korey mentioned, HB drive shafts have bigger "ball" and they don't fit to tamiya drive cups because of this. Therefore, when you use HB drive shafts with spec r gear diff for the tamiya 416, you have to do some dremel work on the drive cups as i mentioned earlier.

You will have to make the inside of the drive cups bigger and also make the slots bigger to fit the hb blades.
Also, when you put tamiya front pulley on hb spool, you have to make new holes on either spool or pulley. When you put the front pulley on the spool, the pulley have to be perfectly centered on the spool other wise it will wobble.

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Hi mac853,
Sorry i missed your question. I have tested gear diff with Cyclone TC in the past and i used Serpent's gear diff at that time. If you can find it, you can try gear diff on the Cyclone TC as well.
But how?
It is 35T?
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