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Old 05-13-2007, 07:20 AM   #8356
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Have you got an editable setup sheet for WCE Cyclone??
i got one shoot me your email and ill email it to you!!!
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Old 05-13-2007, 07:49 AM   #8357
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No worries TFRMAD,

Hmmm gold coast... dont hold your breath. Also im not a big fan of the heat and humidity up there at times.

Hows about you charge up that electric battery in the golf cart, slap a hot bodies sticker on the side and drive it down to tamworth for the cup :P
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Old 05-13-2007, 12:48 PM   #8358
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Hi,

I will be in Chicago from 15 to 22nd of this month and willing to find some RC shops with Cyclone spare (Moorespeed) and nice hop ups, does somebody know of any well supplied RC shop (for touring cars-electric) in Chicago??

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No worries TFRMAD,

Hmmm gold coast... dont hold your breath. Also im not a big fan of the heat and humidity up there at times.

Hows about you charge up that electric battery in the golf cart, slap a hot bodies sticker on the side and drive it down to tamworth for the cup :P
If I get the car back together with the parts I will be at Tamworth this week.
I want be taking my clubs though
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Old 05-13-2007, 03:54 PM   #8360
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anyone know the size of the allen key needed to fit the grub screw of the MIP CVD's on the WCE Cyclone?

Thanks.
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Old 05-13-2007, 03:59 PM   #8361
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anyone know the size of the allen key needed to fit the grub screw of the MIP CVD's on the WCE Cyclone?

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.05" or 1.5mm
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Old 05-13-2007, 04:01 PM   #8362
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Thanks - 1.5mm is too big so I'll try the other one.

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Thanks - 1.5mm is too big so I'll try the other one.

Cheers.
i didnt remember which one it was i know it was one of the 2
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Main thing to remember is that MIP is Imperial, so yes, its the 0.050" size.

BTW - Thanks for the setup sheet Marcos.
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Main thing to remember is that MIP is Imperial, so yes, its the 0.050" size.

BTW - Thanks for the setup sheet Marcos.
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Hey Marco
Could you please send me a editable setup sheet for the Worlds as well please.
addampga@bigpond.net.au
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Hey Marco
Could you please send me a editable setup sheet for the Worlds as well please.
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Thanks mate
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Has anyone copied Andy moores fan setup with the lexan. I have been using a 25mm muchmore fan with the muchmore endbell fan holders but I busted 2 on the weekend. With the andy moore setup the fan flexes undera hit in the side.
Anyony have a idea on how to do this.
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Thanks Marco
That took 3 minutes, mate you are fast.
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Could you please send me a editable setup sheet for the Worlds as well please.
addampga@bigpond.net.au
Thanks mate
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