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Old 12-24-2006, 03:22 PM   #6421
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Guys,
Is it my laptop, or is there something wrong with the HB site?


HB_English_parts

i cant get it to list part numbers by description, and there is nothing coming up under standard parts

Im trying to find a PDF of part numbers, or an exploded diagram for the cyclone.
I there anyone that can post one ere pls?

Ive had a very quick look back through the previous pages, but couldnt see one posted here.

Merry christmas to you all.

Thanks for any help

Simon
http://www.hbeurope.com/parts.php?pa...pe=OPT&lang=en
http://www.hbeurope.com/parts.php?pa...pe=STD&lang=en
http://www.hbeurope.com/exploded/hb55400.pdf

Note: exploded view is of original 55400 kit
We will be back in the office Jan 2nd, and I'll see if we can upload exploded views of the WC/Hara/Karn etc. Although you should be able to figure out most of the parts with the current exploded view for now, thanks.


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Old 12-24-2006, 10:49 PM   #6422
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Anyone got some input on how a diff up front compares to running the spool on the cyclone? I like the rip the spool has but not a big fan of the slight push on corner entry it has, nor the bent axles and wear on outdrives. Been a long time since I drove with a diff up front but I seam to remember it just got into the corners alot easier.
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Old 12-25-2006, 12:58 AM   #6423
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A diff up front gives much better turn in than a spool, it also calms the car down quite a bit and makes it very easy to drive. It is, however probably a bit slower in the corners because of this. I'm running a diff up front on rubbers on carpet and found I preferred it to a spool or one-way.
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Old 12-25-2006, 01:38 AM   #6424
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Thanks Skill. I'm on asphalt but still thinking of going back to diff. Less wear on the front end is what I'm looking for and easy to drive. My only other question is: if I run the front diff sorta tight will diff screw problems occur? I got my rear dif a tad loose no problems, but I don't want to deal with any issues like some have had when run tighter.
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Old 12-25-2006, 02:22 AM   #6425
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I didn't get my Hara car under the tree i guess i'll have to wait for the mailman tomorrow
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Any know if the WC Edition Cyclone MIP CVD's will fit HAra/Surikarn edition cyclones?
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Anyone got some input on how a diff up front compares to running the spool on the cyclone? I like the rip the spool has but not a big fan of the slight push on corner entry it has, nor the bent axles and wear on outdrives. Been a long time since I drove with a diff up front but I seam to remember it just got into the corners alot easier.
its probably going to push like a dog
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I didn't get my Hara car under the tree i guess i'll have to wait for the mailman tomorrow
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can anyone help me with gearing.. best gearing for a tight track.. for a 13.5 brushless motor ... and what is the lowest spur (48p) can i put on my cyclone and whats the biggest pinion. thanx merry xmas
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hey santa sent me bmi for my cyclone sweet
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hey santa sent me bmi for my cyclone sweet
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can anyone help me with gearing.. best gearing for a tight track.. for a 13.5 brushless motor ... and what is the lowest spur (48p) can i put on my cyclone and whats the biggest pinion. thanx merry xmas
i ran a 85spur / 37pinion 5.60 fdr ( 64 pitch)
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i ran a 85spur / 37pinion 5.60 fdr ( 64 pitch)
Were are you running Marcos? I'm a bit confused. I run with 108/26 (10.125 frd) on carpet with foam tires , Novak 4.5 and it shut in overheating protection after 4 minuts.
What do you think ? Is this possible ? Please help to understand.
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