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Old 03-21-2007, 04:57 PM   #7726
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What would be a good pinion gear to fit to a 21T motor for drifting?
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Old 03-21-2007, 07:26 PM   #7727
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Got the new brushless installed tonight, should be a fun day of racing on Saturday.

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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.
hey man i went to swr today and billy couldnt find anything on

Part #: HP75188 Hot Bodies Universal Rebuild kit

he tried everything and couldnt find them to get me a kit.... are u shure that part # is right?
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Old 03-22-2007, 01:02 AM   #7729
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hey man i went to swr today and billy couldnt find anything on

Part #: HP75188 Hot Bodies Universal Rebuild kit

he tried everything and couldnt find them to get me a kit.... are u shure that part # is right?
you can try just "75188", that's the "real" part number... here are a couple of relevant links :

75188 on HPI website

75188 from speedtechrc

75188 from rc mushroom

if you google "HPI 75188" you'll be able to find more.

regarding the grease question, you can refer to pg 18 of the cyclone user manual on the grease to use, but that's just on greasing the small metal "tube" that the grub screw goes into (see pg 18 for the illustration). the manual does not show you to put any grease into the cups of the wheel axles; i just chose to use tamiya aw grease as i've used it before and i think it works very well in these type of applications.
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try ampdraw, they might have some.

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you can try just "75188", that's the "real" part number... here are a couple of relevant links :

75188 on HPI website

75188 from speedtechrc

75188 from rc mushroom

if you google "HPI 75188" you'll be able to find more.

regarding the grease question, you can refer to pg 18 of the cyclone user manual on the grease to use, but that's just on greasing the small metal "tube" that the grub screw goes into (see pg 18 for the illustration). the manual does not show you to put any grease into the cups of the wheel axles; i just chose to use tamiya aw grease as i've used it before and i think it works very well in these type of applications.
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Old 03-22-2007, 05:35 AM   #7731
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Got the new brushless installed tonight, should be a fun day of racing on Saturday.

Without ESC Fan ?
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its a 13.5 motor he probably wont need it
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its a 13.5 motor he probably wont need it
ok thanks!
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Can you email me at tedtcf77@yahoo.com on how to purchase items from your shop, i've been trying to email your shop online but there's no respond. im very much interested purchasing. thanks!

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Can you email me at tedtcf77@yahoo.com on how to purchase items from your shop, i've been trying to email your shop online but there's no respond. im very much interested purchasing. thanks!

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Old 03-22-2007, 11:18 AM   #7736
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you can try just "75188", that's the "real" part number... here are a couple of relevant links :

75188 on HPI website

75188 from speedtechrc

75188 from rc mushroom

if you google "HPI 75188" you'll be able to find more.

regarding the grease question, you can refer to pg 18 of the cyclone user manual on the grease to use, but that's just on greasing the small metal "tube" that the grub screw goes into (see pg 18 for the illustration). the manual does not show you to put any grease into the cups of the wheel axles; i just chose to use tamiya aw grease as i've used it before and i think it works very well in these type of applications.

hmmmmm... well i will have to let him know that its out there... anyone else here find them in lhs's?
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Is there an easy way to change the internal ratio of the Cyclone and what is the effect of doing that. I cant get the rollout I need on smaller tires with the spur(88T)/pinion(up to 48T) that I have. Trying to get a 38mm+ rollout.
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I cant get the rollout I need on smaller tires

What tire diameter?

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I believe Robinson or Kimborough do a 81T 64P spur
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What tire diameter?

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54mm, gets me down to a 37.9 rollout. These 13.5 with sintered rotors you really need to gear up. Ran a 41 rollout last weekend.
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