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Old 02-27-2006, 09:27 PM   #3031
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A CYCLONE???
Hey,cool it.I can if I want.haha.
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Old 02-27-2006, 10:41 PM   #3032
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I don't understand what they mean by adjustable piston position????
The shocks looks the same....
I think they mean that the piston can be mounted lower on the shaft as well as the normal position at the top. This would allow the piston to run further down the shock body instead of being all the way up the top when running lower ride heights
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Old 02-27-2006, 11:07 PM   #3033
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Do you have stock??
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Old 02-28-2006, 05:54 AM   #3034
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3rd part of Hara's building tips.

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The place where the part where the belt interferes is shaved becomes this way.


Trying turning the belt by the hand, you verify whether it moves smoothly.


It meaning that the steering linkage interferes to block, it shaves first.


It is this extent. It influences processes.


Being to be the part which is easy to loosen installation secure.


If there is an electromotive driver, it can handle also such job quickly.


Barely, it shaves Bali which remains politely and drops.


ツイックスクリƒー is attached to the suspension arm. When that way is, being to be hard, it does the preliminary arrangements with the electromotive driver. Way torque control does not work, as for the dial MAX.


Painting grease in ツイックスクリƒー


グリグリ several degrees it rubs with the electromotive driver. The movement becomes light and adjustment after becomes easy.


When the shim of clearance adjustment was inserted in the inner suspension shaft. Before 2mm you inserted this time in 0.6mm and rear.


Here and digression corner. There is no stock of the part which you think that it has on the midst when メンテ is done! There is no with っ lever? Such a time calmly. Those which you can divert in your own possession ones can be discovered don't you think?.


When passing through the suspension shaft, it is too hard, it hits unreasonably and does not insert and/or rubs with the drill. I to be light am グリグリ system with the blade of normal 2.5mm.


When sort of the suspension shaft is astringent, it meaning that hindrance arises in the movement, you adjust according to need here. However in order not to become too abnormal play, until intuition is attached, prudently.


It is the assembly of the universal shaft.


Grease this extent.


It is about to be easy to loosen. Screw lock medicine.


Hub carrier. Clearance is adjusted with the 50.1mm shim.


Unless the screw of the king pin it enters vertically, it attaches and it meaning that the rear movement becomes astringent, it makes the thread first.


Method of uniting the turn buckle.


On the both sides which pinch temporarily with the radio plier the rod end is screwed in to the point of entering by the hand.


And the radio plier accomplice is accomplice is with is screwed in to the rod end lightly with the clamp correcting and turn buckle wrench.


The rod end which is attached on servo saber side shaves the place ahead.


This way when angle is attached, is in order to avoid interference.


It is the linkage of the stabilizer.


When astringency of such part is taken, heating


The ぎ ゅ っ, the ぎ ゅ っ, pinching tightly from 3 directions. When adding heat with the lighter/writer, prudently. When it exceeds the limit, "with the ろ っ" you question and start.

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Old 02-28-2006, 09:27 AM   #3035
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Red face Ok Stupid Question

How do i figure out the roll out on my cyclone. i have ony figured it out on a pan car. Is it the same or to i have to factor in the internal gear ratio or do i just use the gear ratio and tire size
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Old 02-28-2006, 09:37 AM   #3036
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How do i figure out the roll out on my cyclone. i have ony figured it out on a pan car. Is it the same or to i have to factor in the internal gear ratio or do i just use the gear ratio and tire size
go to: http://www.gearchart.com/

it will figure everything out for you.
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Old 02-28-2006, 09:49 AM   #3037
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wat do u mean b y a .98 or1.00 rollout

i used gear chart.com and the roll out chart had numbers from 19.4 to 27.8 nuthun like u suggested how did u get those numbers???
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Old 02-28-2006, 11:18 AM   #3038
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wat do u mean b y a .98 or1.00 rollout

i used gear chart.com and the roll out chart had numbers from 19.4 to 27.8 nuthun like u suggested how did u get those numbers???
.98 is the rollout in inches. So to convert to mm, there are 25.4mm in 1 in
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Old 02-28-2006, 11:50 AM   #3039
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Thank you very much. i was thinkin that but just wanted to make sure uv been a big help
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Old 02-28-2006, 11:57 AM   #3040
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Hi all

To save me going through all the pages can anyone give me a list of parts to keep in my pit box other than the normal arms and c hubs etc.

Thanks
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Hi all

To save me going through all the pages can anyone give me a list of parts to keep in my pit box other than the normal arms and c hubs etc.

Thanks
I break the steering knuckles the easiest, make sure you have enough of those. Not sure how any of the aftermarket aluminum ones hold up. The ball studs can snap as well, replace those with titanium ones or carry extras (but then you will have to be able to get them out. Having the P-dub bumper also saves a lot of parts, especially arms.
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Old 02-28-2006, 12:44 PM   #3042
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To save me going through all the pages can anyone give me a list of parts to keep in my pit box other than the normal arms and c hubs etc.

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check the front axles to they have a tendency to bend. a set of steel ones cures the problem
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Here is an old bumper template for the Pro4. The bumper is the same, you can use a Bud's (BRP) Tc3 bumper. Solves 98% of breakage problems.
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Here is an old bumper template for the Pro4. The bumper is the same, you can use a Bud's (BRP) Tc3 bumper. Solves 98% of breakage problems.

or you can just buy the P-dub bumper..
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Anyone knows if HB will be releasing blue colored pivot blocks as well. It would look silly using a purple blocks on a blue car
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