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Old 03-19-2007, 11:16 PM   #7696
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is this it?

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXNZD1&P=7
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Old 03-19-2007, 11:28 PM   #7697
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here's a link to the ver.2 universal drive shaft set :
ver.2 universal drive shaft set

note that the shafts in this set are aluminum... what you can do is you can get the other parts (besides the aluminum shafts) in this set separately, then get these steel shafts :

ver.2 universal steel shafts

if you need further clarification just post back and i'll see if i can dig up the exact part numbers later tonight.

aw grease is the tamiya anti-wear (aw) grease, comes in a little tube, grey in colour. i believe some players use bearing oil instead, for the same purpose in the universals/cvds to reduce the chatter.
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Old 03-19-2007, 11:43 PM   #7698
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THANKS A MILLION!!!!!

i saw that on tower, i only say the different end, and then saw the groove and remebered those are new ones.... those new ones look like u couldnt ever break them around the pin... do they bend as bad????? and the steel one looks wimpy, it looks really thin, is it worth it???
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Old 03-19-2007, 11:50 PM   #7699
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ok i cant find them online lol.... who has em???? or how much are they is what i really want to know? i only want new front ones, imo the stock are fine for the back, unless these are cheap enuff
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Old 03-20-2007, 12:27 AM   #7700
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ok dude these are the part numbers and qty you'll need for a pair for the front :

1) Part #: HP75187 Hot Bodies Universal Axles - 1 set of 2 pcs

2) Part #: HP75188 Hot Bodies Universal Rebuild kit - 1 set

3) Part #: HB61398 Hot Bodies 44mm Ver.2 Heavy Duty Universal Bones - 1 set of 2 pcs

i get all these at my lhs. but here's where you can get them online, you can see all these part numbers and their prices here :
Speedtech RC - Cyclone Drivetrain Parts

and oh btw i'm very pleased with the steel shafts... the aluminum ones tend to wear pretty fast around the area where it comes into contact with the cup end of the wheel axles, and also at the hole in the shaft where the universal cross spider (see p/n 75188a in the cyclone manual) is located. that hole actually gets bigger with wear. over time with runs and impact that section is weakened. the steel ones last much longer.
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Old 03-20-2007, 01:31 AM   #7701
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Hey guys, I have an original chassis Cyclone and 4200's dont seem to fit very well. Is there another chassis out with larger battery slots or should I just get out my file? Thanks for your help!!
The very first Cyclones came with slightly smaller battery slots so needed filing quite a lot to fit the larger cells in. This was a problem fixed for the Hara and Surikarn Editions, along with the longer cut out for the belt at the front.

If the belt cut out is the same length at the front as it is at the rear then you have the older chassis.
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Old 03-20-2007, 09:52 AM   #7702
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ok thanks a TON MAN!!!!!!!!!!!

and those are the steel ones rite???

and they dont have a kit for everything in one kit???
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I definitely have the older chassis. Know where I can get the newer chassis by any chance?
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Old 03-20-2007, 10:34 AM   #7704
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ok guys one more ????


what is one of the best 19 turn motors that will last me a while for racing??? the reedy quad mag sounds like it wont last long because u cant take hardly any material off the comm so whats the longest, best performing motor??

can i get a few different choices? under 60 bucks..... thanks
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the reedy quad mag sounds like it wont last long because u cant take hardly any material off the comm
never heard of that before.
any 19t will last long with proper care... and they're all under $60.
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ok guys one more ????


what is one of the best 19 turn motors that will last me a while for racing??? the reedy quad mag sounds like it wont last long because u cant take hardly any material off the comm so whats the longest, best performing motor??

can i get a few different choices? under 60 bucks..... thanks
checkpoint 19t is pretty good
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ok guys one more ????


what is one of the best 19 turn motors that will last me a while for racing??? the reedy quad mag sounds like it wont last long because u cant take hardly any material off the comm so whats the longest, best performing motor??

can i get a few different choices? under 60 bucks..... thanks
The new Integy motor seems to be top right now. It would work well on carpet. Outdoors you can get away with the Checkpoint because you maintain a lot more speed so you can really gear it up.
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Old 03-20-2007, 11:02 AM   #7708
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never heard of that before.
any 19t will last long with proper care... and they're all under $60.

heres a few thing from another thread from racers at speed world... what will be equal to a reedy quad mag 19 turn???? but i want it to last loong, i know theres a motor made to last long with performance, was that the cheack point? the can was black



Don't go under .310 on a Reedy Quad Mag 19T or you'll be sorry.....


The Reedy Q-Mag starts out at around .350 so you have about .040 you can cut before it is too thin to race with.
Good Luck

Russ i will pay you 50 $ to cut your reedy down to 270. lets all stand around and watch it should be fun! You should ask scotty he is the local hero .He always has the fastest laps and the fastest motor.He will cut your motor for you im sure and give you his speed secrets.

If you take the com to far down, it kind of "shrapnells" on the lathe, it's kind of kewl, but you can ruin your lathe bit.
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Well none of the 19t motors have more than .040 of material to cut.... the Checkpoint Money and the Komodo Dragon are the 2 most popular 19t motors.
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Old 03-20-2007, 01:30 PM   #7710
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no i remeber on tower hobbies i got a e mail for a motor that ran alot longer with out needed to be rebuilt..........
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