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Old 07-13-2009, 07:31 PM   #16831
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Could someone post the part numbers of the belts (front and back) for the 16T pulleys?

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Could someone post the part numbers of the belts (front and back) for the 16T pulleys?

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yo.. bro gd day to everyone i am using tc i like to know a ratio if i am using 11.5 speed passion with lrp ai thanks a lot
what esc LRP do you using?

in TC Spec, is a good to use 6,5 in SPX is good to use 7,5. but it is essential that you always verify the temperature when testing the ratio
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Old 07-13-2009, 08:26 PM   #16834
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Any help..?

I'm looking for a good set-up sheet.
take the Hara setup for do a base. than you could make yours setup!!
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Old 07-13-2009, 08:46 PM   #16836
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what esc LRP do you using?

in TC Spec, is a good to use 6,5 in SPX is good to use 7,5. but it is essential that you always verify the temperature when testing the ratio
i am using lrp ai revearse,thanks bro
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Old 07-14-2009, 05:43 AM   #16837
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i am using lrp ai revearse,thanks bro
betwen 5 and 6,5.
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Old 07-15-2009, 05:27 AM   #16838
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EU SUBARU IMPREZA TYPE B

Designed and developed by Team Hot Bodies touring car racers, this is the latest HB bodyshell designed specifically for pro-level racers!

The Subaru Impreza Type B replicates the endurance and touring car racing STI variant that competes in pro and semi-pro on-road racing around the world. The sleek lines of the HB Type B bodyshell provide immense downforce, straight-line stability and cornering levels that approach pin-point accuracy.
Ultimate Racing Performance
This body was designed, tested and proven on the race track. HB designers and team drivers did extensive testing using several different body shapes and aerodynamic variations. The result of the testing is the 'Type B', which outperformend other versions in steering response and stability.

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The Type B body looks great, but it's not just about looks! The scoop on the hood and the spoiler on the rear window gave the body more stability during track testing. The smooth front bumper features a large splitter for high downforce and maximum efficiency. Flat side panels provide consistent stability on the track, and the door areas are reinforced to reduce deflection at high speeds. Extra-large wing mount areas transfer all the downforce from the wing to the rear suspension for increased traction.

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I really, really want this body!!

who knows any store do make a pre-order? hehehe
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I really, really want this body!!

who knows any store do make a pre-order? hehehe
Ok, if you are really interested about this body!
Neither these 2 bodies which announced in twice months ago are selling in somewhere:

09X

Type B-C

...and much more!

Maybe they have trouble in the factory or just selling some kinds in determined countries?
In case these kinds are appearing just in the EU site.
Somebody tell us when could we buy HB bodies, please?
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I really, really want this body!!

who knows any store do make a pre-order? hehehe
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Old 07-15-2009, 03:00 PM   #16841
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Hey guys, I bought my son (Alex) a Cyclone S kit and we have been slowly upgrading and fine tuning. We finally are getting some pretty good lap times and he is competitive on track. Now he wants to switch to the carbon fiber chassis for the Cyclone S (p/n HB70728), has anybody been down this road ? is it a good change or should we stick to the plastic chassis ?

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Hi Guys
Any idea where I can get the low friction white belts for the Cyclone TC as Team Bomber used to sell them, but for the WCE version only, as the TC have 18 teeth pullys they need to be longer, any help would be appreciated.
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Ok, if you are really interested about this body!
Neither these 2 bodies which announced in twice months ago are selling in somewhere:

09X

Type B-C

...and much more!

Maybe they have trouble in the factory or just selling some kinds in determined countries?
In case these kinds are appearing just in the EU site.
Somebody tell us when could we buy HB bodies, please?
The new Subaru actually works extremely well. It handles like a cross between a Protoform Mazda 6 and a Mazdaspeed 6. It's a tick smoother than a Mazdaspeed, so it works well in a variety of conditions. It should be readily available very soon.

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Old 07-15-2009, 04:12 PM   #16844
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Any idea where I can get the low friction white belts for the Cyclone TC as Team Bomber used to sell them, but for the WCE version only, as the TC have 18 teeth pullys they need to be longer, any help would be appreciated.
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RC Market has had them in the past. Not sure if they are in stock off the top of my head though.

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Old 07-15-2009, 05:14 PM   #16845
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Hey guys, I bought my son (Alex) a Cyclone S kit and we have been slowly upgrading and fine tuning. We finally are getting some pretty good lap times and he is competitive on track. Now he wants to switch to the carbon fiber chassis for the Cyclone S (p/n HB70728), has anybody been down this road ? is it a good change or should we stick to the plastic chassis ?

Thanks, Phil A.
Hi Phil, It's Hiro.
I'm glad your son Alex has bee doing well with the car! I knew he is a great driver so not big surprise.

As for the main chassis upgrade from the tub chassis to the graphite chassis, I think it would be a good change to try. Actually the tub chassis works extremely well especially on low bite, but it's a bit heavier and keeps the motor a little bit hotter due to the less air flow.

I believe that the part number #HB70728 is the part number for older main chassis and it's already discontinued. The new part number for the new refined chassis is #67702.

Please let me know if you have any questions.
I hope i will see you at race tracks in socal (Yes, now we have choices!)

Thanks
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