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Old 03-09-2009, 05:08 PM   #15571
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RCMARKET do you have estimated date for receive cyclone tc kits?? ( i am just waiting to your restock)

TC SPEC owners or rc market:

i Am planning to change the frot driveshafts, lannyn to change the aluminium originals for steel ones

does 3 racing 3r-cy-14 driveshaft fits on tcspec?

and HB61398 44mmHD universal driveshaft ver.2 fits on the originals universal axles?

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for a good repalcement of the front driveshafts to steel ones... replace them with the Cyclone S version.. i installed steel in the front for sometime now and rarely have problems.. yes aluminum is lighter.. but for longevity, i now run the steel. Hardly an wear, especially at the joint. Been running mine for 2 months now, and only see a small bend in it..... As for aluminum, they bend too fast on our track, and the wear is too fast at the joint.
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Old 03-09-2009, 05:14 PM   #15572
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for a good repalcement of the front driveshafts to steel ones... replace them with the Cyclone S version.. i installed steel in the front for sometime now and rarely have problems.. yes aluminum is lighter.. but for longevity, i now run the steel. Hardly an wear, especially at the joint. Been running mine for 2 months now, and only see a small bend in it..... As for aluminum, they bend too fast on our track, and the wear is too fast at the joint.
Original driveshafts $8 each.
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is that carpet or pavment that kills the aluminum CVDs? Or both?
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thanks RCFREAK... I gonna search cyclone s driveshaft...

I think both, carpet and asphalt broke dogbones. but carpet more than asphalt..
specially when u use much brakes...


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Old 03-09-2009, 08:55 PM   #15574
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anyone have a setup of hara in TITC 09?
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Old 03-09-2009, 09:12 PM   #15575
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is that carpet or pavment that kills the aluminum CVDs? Or both?

its just the track material we use... and also i guess running a spool. tapping boards here and there take a toll on the driveshafts.... actually eventually makes a chattering type noise exiting tight corners.... sounds like a tire peeling off the rim, but more metal type sounds..

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ive just seen a setup that someone is using tamyia rear hubs on the cyclone wats the difference over the wce cyclone if there is any?

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It gives "TRUE" rear toe settings and it gives you an inbetween camber location compared to the stock rear hub.
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It gives "TRUE" rear toe settings and it gives you an inbetween camber location compared to the stock rear hub.
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... compared to our 2,16....
Or my 2.43

Keep in mind if you're running stock classes with 1.7 idr's you'd better have a wiiiiiide set or pinions (big) and pulleys (small) to toy with...

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Old 03-10-2009, 07:51 AM   #15579
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Proud to announce the cyclone has won and TQ'ed the stock rubber (17.5) class ate the ROAR region 11 carpet regionals. Swept triple a's with 2 wins in first two mains.
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He had some bad hubs back when there was an issue with them.

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Hey,give me those bad hubs.I will run them and still put the blue car a lap down!
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Old 03-10-2009, 08:45 AM   #15582
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Proud to announce the cyclone has won and TQ'ed the stock rubber (17.5) class ate the ROAR region 11 carpet regionals. Swept triple a's with 2 wins in first two mains.
Great job man!Holding it down for the purple people eaters!
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Proud to announce the cyclone has won and TQ'ed the stock rubber (17.5) class ate the ROAR region 11 carpet regionals. Swept triple a's with 2 wins in first two mains.
First of all, good job Mike.

Second, you know everyone is curious about your set-up. Care to share?
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Old 03-10-2009, 10:26 AM   #15584
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yeah ill post when iget home from school, i cant remember what weight oil was in the shocks tho! I also ran my BMI/Surikarn foam edition in stock foam class, just missed podium, was tied for points but other guy had better time That is one hella stiff chassis tho, even by the xray guys standards! i should post some pics of my car and the race, my foam car is like a frankencar with the blue aluminum, but purple CVD's .

One thing i did notice while prepping the car before the regionals during teardown was that the BMI chassis does not use the same hinge pins (at least in the rear) because it hase the screw holes for the toe blocks drilled a different distance than the reg. chassis. So i couldnt put Ti-Ni pins in. and I had to use the pins that were with it, they are so worn (but not bent luckily) that on the front ends the pin is worn to a black and gold/brown color. the kind of color of a perfectly roasted marshmellow. I would like to know what pins they are if they are from an xray or something, oh and they have a flat end (sorta half circle) on one end (also the worn end) like they fit into a slot or something.

Did I mention i played the Rick roll song in my pits after i won?
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Rubber A1
http://www.timezoneracing.com/suppor...ng_A1-Main.pdf

Rubber A2
http://www.timezoneracing.com/suppor...ng_A2-Main.pdf

Rubber A3
http://www.timezoneracing.com/suppor...ng_A3-Main.pdf

Foam A1
http://www.timezoneracing.com/suppor...Ca_A1-Main.pdf

Foam A2
http://www.timezoneracing.com/suppor...Ca_A2-Main.pdf

Foam A3
http://www.timezoneracing.com/suppor...Ca_A3-Main.pdf

check out how close the foam A3 finish was! my nose was even with his quarterpanel!!!
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