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Old 08-01-2010, 09:27 PM   #406
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But how?
It is 35T?
I just can't remember what i used (center pulley and belts) at that time as it's way long time ago. If you could find the right pulley and the belts, it is able to try the gear diff with Cyclone TC.

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Old 08-02-2010, 07:56 PM   #407
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For those who (will) have a TCX, an editable setup sheet is available on petitrc.
It seems none is available right now from HB.

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Old 08-03-2010, 07:54 AM   #408
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Will the DCJ be compatible with the TCX? Can we adapt them?
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Old 08-03-2010, 07:57 AM   #409
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Will the DCJ be compatible with the TCX? Can we adapt them?
No, to short in front, u can use them in rear but no point on using them there. U can use pro4 mip cvd as they are 46mm long
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Crap! I was thinking about trying to mount the double articulation on TC driveshafts... They are too short, but with the double articulation...

Who knows... or who can try...

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Old 08-03-2010, 09:11 AM   #411
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Never had the privilege of seeing a TCX up close, but does it share a lot of parts with the TC?
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Never had the privilege of seeing a TCX up close, but does it share a lot of parts with the TC?
Some u can use but it's new car, most important parts are new ones like front spool, center pulley, rear diff, belts, dogbones, front and rear shock towers, bulkheads, motor mount, etc. -it's like was with pro4 to cyclone swich
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Crap! I was thinking about trying to mount the double articulation on TC driveshafts... They are too short, but with the double articulation...

Who knows... or who can try...

This

on this


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U can't do that,
you can use axle, mip or standard, with new dog bone but forget about DCJ's,
I have old but great pro4 mip and square titanium dog bones Also asso tc3 dog bone will work there so lot of options in front. U can try composite IRS TC3 mip style dog bones if u can find them
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U can't do that,
you can use axle, mip or standard, with new dog bone but forget about DCJ's,
I have old but great pro4 mip and square titanium dog bones Also asso tc3 dog bone will work there so lot of options in front. U can try composite IRS TC3 mip style dog bones if u can find them
composite? isn't very fragile?
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composite? isn't very fragile?
no, it's less fragile then alu, if u hit hard alu will bend or brake, composite will stay the same as it's flex capable.
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I used years ago on the HPI PRO 4 the TC3 composite shaft, but they were extremely fragile... It breaks easily pin hole and not have a large steering angle.
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I used years ago on the HPI PRO 4 the TC3 composite shaft, but they were extremely fragile... It breaks easily pin hole and not have a large steering angle.
i still have them on pro4, but i don't have steering angle that stress out pin hole, always take care of that, with alu or with composite, i don't like when cvd's are stressed at pinhole due to the performance and wearing. I Always try to make setup so that i have more steering without stressing dog bone/axle joint.
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i still have them on pro4, but i don't have steering angle that stress out pin hole, always take care of that, with alu or with composite, i don't like when cvd's are stressed at pinhole due to the performance and wearing. I Always try to make setup so that i have more steering without stressing dog bone/axle joint.


Sorry I expressed myself badly, the amount of steering is the same but the composite shaft have more chatter (at least that's what I noticed).
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Bad luck, DCJ were really the must for cornerspeed...

I just got mine right now... Tomorrow will be an interesting day...

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[QUOTE = Airwave ; 7757281 ] sfortuna, DCJ sono stati veramente il must per cornerspeed ...

Ho appena ricevuto il mio in questo momento ... Domani sarÓ una giornata interessante ...

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Vorrei : cry: ma non riesce a trovare a disposizione in qualsiasi negozio : flaming :
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