Originally Posted by deanomgwhiteguy
i mite re-build it later on when i get better electronics i got it back to normal again. my problem was that the belt was taking more spin to my right wheel then the left and when i accelerate it goes left so yer i think locktite for now
and as for the cvds im curious is the WC and the TC the same things or completly different and if the WC is a different car please send me the link thankz
When you rebuild the diff check all bearings. Including the 5x10's in the hubs and the 10x15's in the bulkheads. Make sure that they spin freely and aren't binding. Bad bearings can cause uneven power delivery and excess wear on the drivetrain.
The cvd and universal assemblies are sorta opposites of one another. See picture below.
-The WCE CVD's use the MIP design. The driveshaft captures (goes around
) the axle assembly. This does offer more efficiency at extreme turning angles. Not a huge difference.
-The TC comes with universals. The axle assembly captures the driveshaft.
To this date all Cyclones share the same basic geometry. Each new version just adds new tuning features that are compatible with ALL Cyclones. No major changes have been made in 4 years. The HB Team got the design right to begin with way back in 2005. Well... all except for the diff design.
It took a few years to address that issue.