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Old 09-05-2006, 02:29 PM   #5236
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I would also attribute 100% of the RDX's sucess in the states to Robbie Michael. I see him at all the races, and he looks totally motivated to make every RDX at the track fast, sponsored guy or newbie.
he does one hell of a job.
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Old 09-05-2006, 02:30 PM   #5237
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Thats what the sport needs!!
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Old 09-05-2006, 02:39 PM   #5238
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Does it even work good with those steamroller tires??? J/K man.

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i didnt cut em yet.i was waiting for that.
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Old 09-05-2006, 04:18 PM   #5239
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I would also attribute 100% of the RDX's sucess in the states to Robbie Michael. I see him at all the races, and he looks totally motivated to make every RDX at the track fast, sponsored guy or newbie.
its pretty sad that a valid compliment for a company representative is "he actually helps out the customers".

given that, props to him
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Old 09-06-2006, 02:43 PM   #5240
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hey guys,

heres a pic of the prototype layshaft mount/motor mount brace that will be included with the cyclone chassis kit.this is just the prototype and will be modified for final production to make it really nice looking.i just wanted to get the function down first.
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Old 09-06-2006, 03:07 PM   #5241
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Does anyone know the part #'s for the aluminum diff outdrives,and the cv's with the plastic sliders?Thanks
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Old 09-06-2006, 03:11 PM   #5242
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Does anyone know the part #'s for the aluminum diff outdrives,and the cv's with the plastic sliders?Thanks
Steve,

The part number is... HB61332

You don't need different CVDs. The outdrives come with the blades to go over the current CV bones.

Not sure if that holds true for the V1 bones, but I know it works with the V2s. I would assume so since the V2 bones fit in the standard Delrin outdrives without the blades.

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T2 not getting it done?
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Old 09-06-2006, 03:51 PM   #5245
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Lookin' dope dude! I can't wait
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Old 09-06-2006, 08:15 PM   #5246
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T2 not getting it done?
Nice comment t2 is a great car you seen that in memphis
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Hi all,

ive been having a few problems with my cyclones rear diff, when i first built it, it was very smooth and the action was very light. after mabe 3 meetings and 12 club nights the diff started to change. Ive taken great care of it rebuilding it after every meeting, but now it always feels a bit gritty and the action is extremly tight.
So far ive changed the diff plates and the thrust race(twice ), if any one has an idea what the tight gritty feel might be id be very gratefull. Also if anyone knows of any decent diff covers that might make it easyer on the diff in future.
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Hi all,

ive been having a few problems with my cyclones rear diff, when i first built it, it was very smooth and the action was very light. after mabe 3 meetings and 12 club nights the diff started to change. Ive taken great care of it rebuilding it after every meeting, but now it always feels a bit gritty and the action is extremly tight.
So far ive changed the diff plates and the thrust race(twice ), if any one has an idea what the tight gritty feel might be id be very gratefull. Also if anyone knows of any decent diff covers that might make it easyer on the diff in future.
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Might be time to replace the balls (thrust and diff) as well. Also, what lube are you using?

Jet racing makes the diff covers for the cyclone.....but the are only a sticker sheet (you could make your own from a sheet of contact).

Hope this helps.

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Old 09-07-2006, 01:01 AM   #5250
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ive been using the kit supplied grease, and i have already replaced the entire thrust race, so im confident its not that.Ive also replaced the d-rings so im confident its not that either.

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