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Old 03-15-2007, 09:51 AM   #7636
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alright, thanks!

and one more lol

any one have a good set up for speed world raceway? i know a few ppl are going to be there tomarow but im not going to make it so can anyone give me a good set up for stock class?
There are several setup sheets posted on www.cyclonedepot.com. One of those should at the very least give you a solid starting point.
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Old 03-15-2007, 11:03 AM   #7637
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any one have a good set up for speed world raceway? i know a few ppl are going to be there tomarow but im not going to make it so can anyone give me a good set up for stock class?
try this one: http://www.hpiracing.co.jp/contents/...ara070121C.pdf

but run the ride height at 5mm in the rear..and slight lower in front.
it's close to his set-up Hara ran at SWR 06 Nats last year.
run a spool instead of a one-way.
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Old 03-15-2007, 02:34 PM   #7638
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Rczombie,

Do you have any idea what springs are listed on the sheet? Or what can be used instead?
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Old 03-15-2007, 03:59 PM   #7639
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or if some one can translate the hole setup
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Old 03-15-2007, 04:15 PM   #7640
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Rczombie,

Do you have any idea what springs are listed on the sheet? Or what can be used instead?
the front springs are the new AH matched spring set.
Front: AH66964 purple (hard)
Rear: AH66962 Gray (soft)

Inserts: AH Black F/R.

the note on the bottom of the pages say:
"Using the main chassis of cyclone S"


everything else should be self explanitory.
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What would be the benefit of using the Cyclone S chassis plate?
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What would be the benefit of using the Cyclone S chassis plate?
more flex more traction
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try this one: http://www.hpiracing.co.jp/contents/...ara070121C.pdf

but run the ride height at 5mm in the rear..and slight lower in front.
it's close to his set-up Hara ran at SWR 06 Nats last year.
run a spool instead of a one-way.

THANKS!

im going to try that tomarow, well i mean set up....
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I finally finish my kit last night, put every thing in and find out that the battery side was heaver than the motor side by 25grams, do you guys use weights to balance the chassis or just let it be?
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I finally finish my kit last night, put every thing in and find out that the battery side was heaver than the motor side by 25grams, do you guys use weights to balance the chassis or just let it be?
i try balancing it out with the electronics first ,then add the weights if i need to
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What would be the benefit of using the Cyclone S chassis plate?
Some people dont want to use the CF chassis on parking lots since the plastic chassis costs a lot less to replace.
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Some people dont want to use the CF chassis on parking lots since the plastic chassis costs a lot less to replace.
how about just using a chassis protector sticker?
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how about just using a chassis protector sticker?
I was just speculating why they might want to. The protector protects it from scratching but not breaking, right?
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I was just speculating why they might want to. The protector protects it from scratching but not breaking, right?
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I would like to say good bye to the cyclone family you guys have been a great bunch to chat with over the past 7 months, it's been real but I'm going to give the Mi3 a shake-down if it ever get here good luck on your future events
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