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Old 04-08-2006, 04:15 AM   #3526
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They go under the suspension blocks. They lower the chassis or raise the suspension.
I thought so too but,They're not wide enough to go across the car.The length of them is the width of the top plate at the front screws.Or the plate at the main bulkhead,just in front of the rear shock tower.Mario.JUST checked,They fit the purple mounts.The most forward and rearward mounts.I checked the black inner ones when I was trying to figure them out.Thanks.

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Old 04-08-2006, 06:28 AM   #3527
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I thought so too but,They're not wide enough to go across the car.The length of them is the width of the top plate at the front screws.Or the plate at the main bulkhead,just in front of the rear shock tower.Mario.JUST checked,They fit the purple mounts.The most forward and rearward mounts.I checked the black inner ones when I was trying to figure them out.Thanks.
That's correct - they fit underneath the purple mounts. If you want to adjust the black mounts, you need to use washers or other spacers underneath them.

Because of where the belt travels, it wouldn't work to have a solid shim underneath the black mounts anyhow.... they have to remain open on the bottom side for belt clearance.
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Old 04-08-2006, 06:48 AM   #3528
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Thanks,Mario.
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Old 04-08-2006, 07:39 AM   #3529
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What happend there? Were you falling asleep 'cause the car is so good?

that wasnt my laps.i was the laps 1st on the left with the large string of 15.8's and 9's
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Old 04-08-2006, 07:43 AM   #3530
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1/12.8
2 1/15.6
3 2/16.7
4 1/16.6
5 1/16.1
6 1/15.8
7 1/16.2
8 1/16.2
9 1/16.1
10 1/16.2
11 1/16.0
12 1/16.3
13 1/15.8
14 1/15.8
15 1/15.8
16 1/15.8
17 1/15.9
18 1/15.9
19 1/15.8
20 1/15.8
21 1/15.8
22 1/17.2
23 1/15.7
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Old 04-08-2006, 07:46 AM   #3531
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the 17.2 at the 22nd lap was me making a dumb mistake
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Old 04-08-2006, 08:20 AM   #3532
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Jason are you running a kit chassis and top plate or one of your own ?
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Old 04-08-2006, 08:32 AM   #3533
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has any one has a pic of tir spool so i can see how to get the pulley on the spool it look like it made for pro 4 so any one got pic let see it
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Old 04-08-2006, 10:25 AM   #3534
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that is with the stock chassis and top deck.i am trying to figure out what will improve the car and i have been having a hard time finding any issues with the stock chassis.i found very few things i wanna change so far with my kit.once i finish my testing i am going to make a prototype asphalt kit.the carpet kit is going to be much different than the stock chassis.once i get it all finished i will let you guys know.
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Old 04-08-2006, 10:56 AM   #3535
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has any one has a pic of tir spool so i can see how to get the pulley on the spool it look like it made for pro 4 so any one got pic let see it
Here are some pics of my Cyclone equiped with TIR spool with derlin outdrives.
I replaced the aluminum covers of the derlin outdrives with the HPI/HB rings. They stay in place as I have carved a small groove on the derlin outdrives.
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Old 04-08-2006, 08:20 PM   #3536
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I ran my cyclone on the weekend, the Pro4 diff seemed to help on the corner exiting, I could accelerate alot faster out of corners without the rear end stepping out. I think there was something wrong with my cyclone diff.


As far as setup goes, I didn't change anything from my posted setup plus the silver front springs and the 2.5 degree toe block. My laptimes were withing 1/10th of the usual fast guys who were faster than me down the straight but the car still seems to have alot of understeer. But I have a feeling that is due to the lack of grip on the track surface.
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Old 04-08-2006, 08:58 PM   #3537
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Here are some pics of my Cyclone equiped with TIR spool with derlin outdrives.
I replaced the aluminum covers of the derlin outdrives with the HPI/HB rings. They stay in place as I have carved a small groove on the derlin outdrives.
hey how do i put my pulley on it look like it made for pro 4
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Hey how heavy are you guys' chassis?

Right now I have GTB, PT, coolcan fan, and ib4200 batteries and the chassis comes to 1450g. With the body on it's around 1550g.

Is my car considered heavy?
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Also, today I was using the Hudy balancing tool on the chassis. I found that in order for my chassis to be balanced, I need to add 35g of lead on the battery side. If i do not add the weight, would it affect the handling of the car?
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hey how do i put my pulley on it look like it made for pro 4
The pulley just screws on with the 6 screw holes, I don't see what your problem is, although the holes are a little close to the centre so the screws can be a little difficult to screw in.
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