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Old 07-17-2007, 05:20 PM   #9136
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I have the black Cyclone with a 7700 mm and use 110-25, 100 will not work..You will have to put a small notch in the bulkhead for one of the Mamba max can screws to get the 25 to work right. Also a little notch to get the 110 in but not much.
My motor runs around 165, speedo 135 with rubber tires.
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Old 07-17-2007, 05:53 PM   #9137
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I'm building my Cyclone with SS10.5 Novak combo and was wondering what spur and pinion do you guys would recommand for rubber carpet, large track.

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EDIT: Would a 108T and 48T mesh correctly on the black Cyclone with original bulkheads?
i would use a 96 or a 100 spur
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Old 07-17-2007, 07:18 PM   #9138
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use a 100 spur, that will work fine
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Old 07-17-2007, 11:56 PM   #9139
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Where did you find those?


rc-mushroom and I think rc model also have them

they are actually a pro4 part
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Old 07-18-2007, 12:00 AM   #9140
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I found a source for the OEM belts that HB uses..
I'm getting prices and availability for longer belts to
fit the 18T Pulley/39T diffs.
might be awhile before we see HB parts in the US. and I do not
want to wait..

I know the Pro3 172T Low friction belt will fit the front.
it's the rear belt I can't find..stock is 62T. need like a 65T

soon as I find out more on the belts.. let you all know.
I am quite sure the MI3 front belt is 2 teeth bigger than the cyclone so you have to find the rear belt.

I have done my job
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And the Pro 4 cvd and universal shafts are the same size as the cyclone?

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rc-mushroom and I think rc model also have them

they are actually a pro4 part
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Old 07-18-2007, 05:11 AM   #9142
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And the Pro 4 cvd and universal shafts are the same size as the cyclone?


Only the axles and the crosses[whatever they are called] they wont work with the mip cvd's.
The pro4 dogbones are to long for the cyclone, you need the version1 or 2 cyclone dogbones in steel or ali with the square titanium axles.
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Thanks. I wanted to get the tit axles to pair up with the steel dogbones to lighten them a little.

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Only the axles and the crosses[whatever they are called] they wont work with the mip cvd's.
The pro4 dogbones are to long for the cyclone, you need the version1 or 2 cyclone dogbones in steel or ali with the square titanium axles.
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Thanks. I wanted to get the tit axles to pair up with the steel dogbones to lighten them a little.
Dogbone use HB ver. 2
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I have the black Cyclone with a 7700 mm and use 110-25, 100 will not work..You will have to put a small notch in the bulkhead for one of the Mamba max can screws to get the 25 to work right. Also a little notch to get the 110 in but not much.
My motor runs around 165, speedo 135 with rubber tires.
Now go woop some 3.5's
so i cant use the 100t at all?
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Thanks. I wanted to get the tit axles to pair up with the steel dogbones to lighten them a little.
I dont think they are actually lighter. I was looking at them from a durability point of view.
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I am quite sure the MI3 front belt is 2 teeth bigger than the cyclone so you have to find the rear belt.

I have done my job
Thanks..
my temporary solution is the Pro3 low friction belts for the front..3 teeths bigger.. will have to adjust the diff cam on a tight setting..
for the rear.. 63T from the R40.. it's a little wide..and I"ll have to trim it down to the right width.
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i dont really wan to modify the mounting plate to get gearing. is there any way you could run A 48P spur, say maybe a associated or something, they look like they would mount the same?
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you will not be able to use Kimbrough gears, they have 6 inner holes and only line up for TC's that use 3 screws to mount the spur.

Robinson Racing gears, HPI, Xenon, have 8 inner diff ball holes which line up for the Cyclones 4-bolt spur gear mount
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Old 07-18-2007, 08:46 AM   #9150
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You can run 48dp gears but they will pose the same gearing problem as the diameters of the gears will be the same they'd just have less teeth.
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