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Old 03-14-2006, 02:07 PM   #3181
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pack it with washers then locking in the grub screw then take 1 or 2 washers off
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Old 03-14-2006, 02:26 PM   #3182
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From the TITC race..
If you look closely.. looks like Hara is running the Blue Chassis...

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Old 03-14-2006, 02:44 PM   #3183
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I'm not so sure - is it not just a blue motor heatsink?

There is some purple just at the bottom left of the number 1 on the front window.
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bottom right mate
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Old 03-14-2006, 02:46 PM   #3185
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its just blue window tint
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Old 03-14-2006, 03:02 PM   #3186
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it's been a long day
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Old 03-14-2006, 03:17 PM   #3187
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its just blue window tint
yup you're right.. blue window tint.

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Old 03-14-2006, 03:20 PM   #3188
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that's seriously trick!

Anyone know what kind of paint to use - Tamiya translucent perhaps?
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Old 03-14-2006, 11:18 PM   #3189
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regards the centre layshaft how much side to side movement is everyone factoring in ? do you guys give it no movement and pack it out with washers or do u leave a little movement and let it find its own postion whilst running ???
No movement seems better, but i put a very slight movement on it to avoid that little bind. In fact I did not follow the instruction manual, if using center oneway pulley I tried to put the spur gear hub the other way around. I noticed the HB70726 one way pulley somehow scrubs the spur screws. Washers wont even help, inverting it didnt make anything different at all. Works just fine.
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No movement seems better, but i put a very slight movement on it to avoid that little bind. In fact I did not follow the instruction manual, if using center oneway pulley I tried to put the spur gear hub the other way around. I noticed the HB70726 one way pulley somehow scrubs the spur screws. Washers wont even help, inverting it didnt make anything different at all. Works just fine.
Follow the Hara buling guide,2 crub screws either side in the spur gear hub and no silly CF plate.

Keeps the spur awesomelly straight to.CF fingy is just crappy and gets in the way!
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Is there any advantage to running the center oneway along with the front oneway, or will the car handle the same with the locked center pully and a front oneway? I have the locked pully and thought it might be easier to try different setups by just switching the front oneway out for a diff or a spool without having to touch the center one.
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how much is the hara edition cyclone?????. im just curious
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Is there any advantage to running the center oneway along with the front oneway, or will the car handle the same with the locked center pully and a front oneway? I have the locked pully and thought it might be easier to try different setups by just switching the front oneway out for a diff or a spool without having to touch the center one.
with a center one-way the front belt (and front pulley, and front one-way housing) can move faster than the center shaft (but not faster than the wheels, because this would cause the front one-way to lockup and transfer).

conversely with a locked center pulley the front belt (and front pulley and front one-way housing) have to move at the same speed as the center shaft.

so when you get off power without center one-way the front half of the drivetrain has to slow down, so that when you get back on power all of that mass has to be accelerated.

with center one-way that mass can continue spinning at some speed that is faster than the center shaft. so that when you accelerate again only the center shaft (and rear drivetrain) have to accelerate for awhile to catch up to (and then accelerate) the front drivetrain parts.

basically it gives you better acceleration to run double one-way vs locked pully front one-way.
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Old 03-15-2006, 09:33 PM   #3194
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how much is the hara edition cyclone?????. im just curious

72000 yen
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72000 yen
611 USD at the current rate.
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