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Old 04-15-2007, 08:10 PM   #7966
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Crazy as if you read the manual you would not have posted about this bad car.
wow.. another know-it all response which is completely wrong.

Show me where in MY MANUAL that it mentions to CA diff pieces together.

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It doesn't.... smart guy.
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Old 04-15-2007, 09:05 PM   #7967
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To be honest, I've never built a touring car that didn't require one of the flanges to be glued to the pulley. HB probably assumed that most people would be able to figure this out. If you think the car is crap because of something so miniscule, then maybe you should have just waited for the Cyclone S RTR to hit stores..

(This reminds me alot of the Mabuchi540 guy when he built his XXXCR.. some people nit-pick over the smallest thing)
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Old 04-15-2007, 09:15 PM   #7968
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Thats funny they put the page from the Moore, Hara kit in your manual.

It shows the newer oneway and pulley that dosen't need to be glued.

But as was sayed it do's need to be CA glued.
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Old 04-15-2007, 09:22 PM   #7969
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my manual said to glue the ring on the pulley heres a pic from my manual..

i also got a black kit from stormer.

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Old 04-15-2007, 09:36 PM   #7970
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Looks like he has the new manual with the old diffs.
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Old 04-16-2007, 12:15 AM   #7971
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Even if you have the newer style of pulley, you should still CA the sides on. I've had a couple of them come off and its a pain in the A55
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Old 04-16-2007, 06:15 AM   #7972
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Even if you have the newer style of pulley, you should still CA the sides on. I've had a couple of them come off and its a pain in the A55
The first useful non-abrasive reply to my question... thank you.

To the guy who claims I said the car is 'crap'... well, read the posts again. I never said that anywhere. I've just started building the car, and I've obviously received parts and a manual that are not meant to be distributed together. All I said was that I was "un-impressed" so far (and if you would've actually read my post, you would have been able to discern what I meant).

Anyhow, it's too bad that it feels like a little high-school clique in here. You guys have fun now, making jokes about people you don't know based on your poor literacy and perception skills.
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Old 04-16-2007, 06:23 AM   #7973
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Whats the next best thing to buy for a cyclone "S":

Front and rear shock towers graphite+ graphite middle deck+ aluminium middle chassis+aluminimum motor mount.

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Atushi Hara Twister 2.2 ESC
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Old 04-16-2007, 06:52 AM   #7974
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The first useful non-abrasive reply to my question... thank you.

To the guy who claims I said the car is 'crap'... well, read the posts again. I never said that anywhere. I've just started building the car, and I've obviously received parts and a manual that are not meant to be distributed together. All I said was that I was "un-impressed" so far (and if you would've actually read my post, you would have been able to discern what I meant).

Anyhow, it's too bad that it feels like a little high-school clique in here. You guys have fun now, making jokes about people you don't know based on your poor literacy and perception skills.
How was my response in any way abrasive or not useful?
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Old 04-16-2007, 07:05 AM   #7975
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Whats the next best thing to buy for a cyclone "S":

Front and rear shock towers graphite+ graphite middle deck+ aluminium middle chassis+aluminimum motor mount.

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Atushi Hara Twister 2.2 ESC
If you havent spent your money already, a Cyclone from Stormer for 249. The hop ups you mentioned already in the box...standard.
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How was my response in any way abrasive or not useful?
Your's wasn't horrible... but:

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The second half of the pulley needs to be CA'd on. It actually does state in the instruction manual to do this.
telling me that it was in the manual.. when in fact it wasn't. Your response along with another person's response made it sound as if I was an idiot that didn't read the manual. Anyhow.. I'm done with discussion about all of that.
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Some people are just so sensitiveFragile feeling having mo-fos.
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Your's wasn't horrible... but:


telling me that it was in the manual.. when in fact it wasn't. Your response along with another person's response made it sound as if I was an idiot that didn't read the manual. Anyhow.. I'm done with discussion about all of that.

Well, I have both the Surikarn edition and the standard black Cyclone. My black edition came from Stormer just like yours, and it has instructions to CA the pulleys. How was I supposed to know that you somehow got a different manual? Secondly, I was very simply stating that it was in the manual, and I had zero intention or motivation to claim you were an idiot or in any way any dumber or smarter than I was. That's the whole problem of reading typed text vs. speaking to somebody face-to-face. People read into things way too much on the Internet. And...most importantly, please don't combine what I say with others' responses unless I directly quote them. I don't speak for others and others don't speak for me.
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Well, I have both the Surikarn edition and the standard black Cyclone. My black edition came from Stormer just like yours, and it has instructions to CA the pulleys. How was I supposed to know that you somehow got a different manual? Secondly, I was very simply stating that it was in the manual, and I had zero intention or motivation to claim you were an idiot or in any way any dumber or smarter than I was. That's the whole problem of reading typed text vs. speaking to somebody face-to-face. People read into things way too much on the Internet. And...most importantly, please don't combine what I say with others' responses unless I directly quote them. I don't speak for others and others don't speak for me.
Stop being mean to people you jerk!
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