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Old 10-15-2006, 05:54 PM   #5821
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This is mod that I am running Marcos the 3.5 is fast, I felt like I needed a bit more steering out of the corners Jason.
I feel you are saying to control the roll use droop not harder springs.
Hey Marcos where you using 3.5 rotors in the 4.5 & 5800 if so how did they go. ie power and braking as there is a big difference in brakes with the 3.5.

its not necesarily controling the roll,its controling weight transfer and getting the balance of traction you are looking for.for more initial steering i add more uptravel in the rear,for more on power steering decrease front uptravel and so on.i change it for almost every track i run on with given conditions.i dont change much on the rest of the setup.you want the car to roll and roll evenly for a smoothe feel.if you want more side bite at either end of the car you can move the shock location on the tower further out for a more verticle position.you will get it working buddy,it just takes a bit of fine tuning.
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Old 10-15-2006, 06:17 PM   #5822
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Old 10-16-2006, 02:40 AM   #5823
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anyone got a half decent set-up on concrete using cs-27's? the track is a little bumpy and tight-ish

anyone? i cant get it to 'work'
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Old 10-16-2006, 05:37 AM   #5824
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Thanx. And those Pro4 Aluminum Outdrives are 31 dollars a set, shipped.
I hope dogbones has blades because that 4.5 brushless motor is going to eat those aluminum outdrives alive
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Old 10-16-2006, 05:40 AM   #5825
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Ran my BMI cyclone on the rug tonight with 6 of the top 20 at the IIC in stock and it was awesome. Had 8 packs on the car and was tq after the first round. Its a good setup for med-high bite rug. Ran a different setup than scheffler did at the IIC, if anyone wants to try it let me know. I have to make a setup sheet.

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Old 10-16-2006, 07:59 AM   #5826
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I hope dogbones has blades because that 4.5 brushless motor is going to eat those aluminum outdrives alive
But of course.
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Anyone have an editable setup sheet. I'll get to work if you do
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There should be one on our site.
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what blades will they use?
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Old 10-17-2006, 01:45 AM   #5830
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Well, considering that I sent him specs using cyclone blades, then I believe it to be apropo that cyclone blades be the blades that will fit.
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Well, considering that I sent him specs using cyclone blades, then I believe it to be apropo that cyclone blades be the blades that will fit.

will the cyclone blades fit the pro4 CVD's? I thought the pins were of different size?
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I'm pretty sure that the pin size is the same, just that the Pro 4 drive shafts are a few mm longer than the Cyclone ones.
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will the cyclone blades fit the pro4 CVD's? I thought the pins were of different size?
I will confirm tonight. I have to do a rebuild on my run over PRO4 and the upgrade on my "S". I will post later.
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Send me an IM and I will reply with my contacts email address. Ensure that you mention me so he knows where the email came from. And no, I am not getting a kickback. I am paying $31 dollars a set just like everyone else.
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Anyone have an editable setup sheet. I'll get to work if you do

Come on Larry Hook me up with the setup!. I got my Cyclone chassis comin in this week!
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