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Old 10-23-2005, 06:22 AM   #1561
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he said bangcock...
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Old 10-23-2005, 06:32 AM   #1562
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Hahahahaha lol
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Old 10-23-2005, 10:20 PM   #1563
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"WELCOME MARC RHEINARD! (10/19/05)

Hot Bodies is proud to announce the addition of the world famous Marc Rheinard to our growing list of world class drivers! Marc has signed on to run our Nitro off-road vehicles as well as use the Atsushi Hara line of Twister 2.1 speed controllers! We are confident Marc will do great with our nitro off-road team.

Stay tuned for upcoming results and photographs of Marc Rheinard racing HB Nitro off-road vehicles!"

I wonder if he'll be driving a HB Tour'r soon?
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Old 10-23-2005, 10:31 PM   #1564
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I highly doubt he'll be driving a Cyclone. I thought I read somewhere that he has just resigned a long contract with Tamiya.

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Old 10-24-2005, 02:44 AM   #1565
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I highly doubt he'll be driving a Cyclone. I thought I read somewhere that he has just resigned a long contract with Tamiya.

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Yes youre right. At the German forum there was a comment from Marcs father about this so hes just driving the Nitro off-road car for Hotbodies but not the Cyclone. He still is with Tamiya but hes allowed running other brands cars when Tamiya doesnt have a car in their range for certain classes. This is for 1:12 and for the Nitro off-road also now.
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Old 10-24-2005, 03:52 AM   #1566
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Tried it with kit setup on rubbers and it was pretty much dialed straight away!
Hi Phil,

Ive still not had a chance to run my Cyclone, it current set-up is kit. Being very used to my pro4 where droop is usually 4 at the front and 3 at the rear, Im a bit suprised with the Cyclone kits setting of 7 front - 6 rear! Did you run it with these settings or did you change these?

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any idea where these would fit on the car and what they are for?

Side Body Post Plate
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Old 10-24-2005, 06:15 AM   #1568
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hey just wondering what spur gears do you guys use for stock 27t 48p?
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Yes those side body post plate i can't figure it out where to put them, and i am hoping for a thicker lower and top deck voor indoor.

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Is there any news on HB releasing a ball diff set for the Cyclone yet? I sure hope they do release one as to buy all the bits separately it's about 70!
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The TIR Cyclone Spool is also purple

I ran it for the first time the weekend and its spot on not a sign of wear whichever wind (motor) you run, and having the replacment delrin outdrives is very useful. It comes with aluminium savers for them too (would of been nice if black of purple though).

It is extremely light too.
yes is purple color
we instock now !
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any idea where these would fit on the car and what they are for?

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mounts on the middle bulkhead....
looks like a waste of $$$ to me...
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mounts on the middle bulkhead....
looks like a waste of $$$ to me...
after will have new upper bulkhead for cyclone ,
so don't need this product !!
because HK have driver used same broke rear bulkhead !
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Old 10-24-2005, 08:47 AM   #1574
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Right, so these side body mounts are supposed to stop the rear upper bulkhead breaking, as the body will mount off the middle bulkhead instead of the shock tower on the upper bulkhead. Is this correct?
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after will have new upper bulkhead for cyclone ,
so don't need this product !!
because HK have driver used same broke rear bulkhead !

update us on the arrival of this bulkhead. thanks
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