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Old 12-17-2006, 03:00 PM   #6331
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you running it at mireg jamie?
I think the carbon dust is getting to you (mireg ) i may be runing it this weekend as long as i get it together
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Old 12-17-2006, 03:16 PM   #6332
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jeez,im out of it.
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Old 12-17-2006, 03:39 PM   #6333
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I think the carbon dust is getting to you (mireg ) i may be runing it this weekend as long as i get it together
jamie if you need help with a setup let us know! also a have a full set of tamiya yellow springs if you need them
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Old 12-17-2006, 04:09 PM   #6334
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Yeah , grab a set up from marcos ........ Then when i kick the snot out of you , you can look at mine and see what really works.




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Yeah , grab a set up from marcos ........ Then when i kick the snot out of you , you can look at mine and see what really works.




here we go again! and I was going to give you the hook up for tires at the birds

actually it was J set up
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Old 12-17-2006, 04:23 PM   #6336
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where can i find a screw set for the cyclone ?
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Old 12-17-2006, 04:28 PM   #6337
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sean you got your carpet chassis ready??
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Old 12-17-2006, 04:29 PM   #6338
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here we go again! and I was going to give you the hook up for tires at the birds

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You going to run foams or rubber..................
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Got it on the car but dont have it set up yet....
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im running foams
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Old 12-17-2006, 04:45 PM   #6341
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Got it on the car but dont have it set up yet....
get it ready for minreng,if you need springs for it let me know
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Old 12-17-2006, 06:35 PM   #6342
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Default changing camber links on cyclone for carpet

what advantage do you hve when running shorter or longer camber links and what a good position for carpet, and also what i need to do to get more steering out of my bmi chasis turn to right i get good left, i can really see the diffrent how it from stock chasis jason has done a good job on it but need to improve for snowbirds thxs for ur help fellow cyclone drivers
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what advantage do you hve when running shorter or longer camber links and what a good position for carpet, and also what i need to do to get more steering out of my bmi chasis turn to right i get good left, i can really see the diffrent how it from stock chasis jason has done a good job on it but need to improve for snowbirds thxs for ur help fellow cyclone drivers
Jason should be able to answer that for you
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what advantage do you hve when running shorter or longer camber links and what a good position for carpet, and also what i need to do to get more steering out of my bmi chasis turn to right i get good left, i can really see the diffrent how it from stock chasis jason has done a good job on it but need to improve for snowbirds thxs for ur help fellow cyclone drivers
Normally, steering more in one direction than the other is caused by a radio or steering linkage setting. Make sure that your directional EPAs are equivalent in both directions. Make sure your steering linkage system is also set up properly and that it is centered. The links from the steering post to the knuckles should be nearly identical lengths.

also, if you could post your set-up, it might give others an idea of what to suggest.

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Old 12-17-2006, 07:24 PM   #6345
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what advantage do you hve when running shorter or longer camber links and what a good position for carpet, and also what i need to do to get more steering out of my bmi chasis turn to right i get good left, i can really see the diffrent how it from stock chasis jason has done a good job on it but need to improve for snowbirds thxs for ur help fellow cyclone drivers
shorter camberlinks will allow the car to roll easier and react faster due to this.it allows the car to roll quickly back and forth.i went with the stock position that is in the instructions.it reacts quickly but is not twitchy.
as for the steering,check your endpoint adjustments and make sure they are equal.the way i set up my steering is first i set my steering trim and sub trim to 0,i set my EPA's to 100%.now i will take my servo horn off the servo and replace it to make sure that the steering rack is perfectly straight.if it is slightly off,you want to adjust it with your sub trim.now i readjust the steering turnbuckles so that the wheels are straight.after this you will want to measure the steering turnbuckles and make sure they are exactly the same length.the even lengths are very important because if they are different lengths it will change your steering geometry from left to right.once this is all set,redo all of your front toe adjustment.when you adjust your toe make sure you maintain even turnbuckle lengths.this should fix your problem buddy.
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