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Old 05-14-2006, 10:45 PM   #3901
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I ran a 93t when i needed to gear a motor at 4.9
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Old 05-15-2006, 04:13 AM   #3902
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Can someone please tell me the differenence between:

1. Front one-way together with center one-way
2. Front one-way together with center pulley

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Old 05-15-2006, 05:17 AM   #3903
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1....most steering, very good corner speed, car "rolls" very nice...
2. bit more understeering entering corner, easier to drive, especially in modified/brushless

In stock classes i would use the 1. combo, for everything faster then 12T i would use the 2.
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Old 05-15-2006, 01:31 PM   #3904
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Hey Steve( Evicerator )what FDR do you run on the Cyclone with the 4.5?
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Old 05-15-2006, 05:04 PM   #3905
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What does the HPI pink 6548 compare in lbs? Thanks
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Old 05-15-2006, 05:06 PM   #3906
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with a 4.5 I generally start out around 10:1 then go up from there... Generally I end up at either a 9.75 or a 9.5

Pink spring is about 18 lbs if my memory serves me right.
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Old 05-15-2006, 05:19 PM   #3907
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yeah steve,i ran a 9.75 this weekend and it got a little warm but it still didnt thermal.i went to a 10.125 and it cured the heat issue.damn thing was fast as hell. by the way,it was my receiver messing with me.its better now.i need to get in touch with you within the next week or so.talk to you later bro.
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Old 05-15-2006, 05:20 PM   #3908
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Hi,

Does anyone know where you can buy the HPI Super Cleaner and Rush Primer that Hara uses in the Cyclone building guide on the Mirage Japan website?

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thanks for the info.
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Old 05-17-2006, 12:07 AM   #3910
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Finally... my Hara edition has arrived...
now the fun begins... CAing the chassis..
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Does anyone know where you can buy the HPI Super Cleaner and Rush Primer that Hara uses in the Cyclone building guide on the Mirage Japan website?

Thanks.
I talked with Hara about gluing chassis a couple months back. Aside from what is shown on the website, he told me an easy way to do it and it will come out like glass. He said you prep or sand it anyway you want. Clean it with alcohol, drop a thin coat and let it run around the chassis(do not use a Q-tip), then spray any kind of kicker right away. He said to do this three times and it will come out like glass.

Here is my results.
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Finally... my Hara edition has arrived...
now the fun begins... CAing the chassis..

Have fun gluing! Great car. BTW, have you seen my Cyclone on the track anywhere? Like SWR? It's the TAMIYA blue one A nice guy bought it from me races at SWR.
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Wow! the CF edges look good!... But doesn't the spray make a mess of the CA glue?
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Wow! the CF edges look good!... But doesn't the spray make a mess of the CA glue?

The oils from your hands makes a mess and it turns the glue white. So you need to clean the area where you are working on.

I was watching Hara one night gluing his CF. It's like WOW! He didn't sand the edges or anything. Just took it out of the plactic bag, cleaned it with alcohol and a few minutes later, it was shinning brighter than my bald head!
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Have fun gluing! Great car. BTW, have you seen my Cyclone on the track anywhere? Like SWR? It's the TAMIYA blue one A nice guy bought it from me races at SWR.
haven't seen it at SWR yet.... I'll keep an eye out for it.
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