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Old 08-08-2007, 10:01 PM   #9406
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WOA! I just noteced the 5th bodt post!

Did you put a grub screw into the post, and then twist the post tight into the top of the servo saver spring?

What all do I need to do that mod? I want to do that!
you got it right..
pretty much just a 10-12mm 3mm grub screw and body post and mount.
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Old 08-08-2007, 10:58 PM   #9407
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you got it right..
pretty much just a 10-12mm 3mm grub screw and body post and mount.
Sweet

I will have to order some tomarow if I can lol

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yay Pi-th page
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well, i hooked up my mamba 7700 in my cyclone today and i'm not too impressed. too twitchy steering and some kind of torque steer ( like in a shaft drive) and absolutely zero brakesn it just spins around. i'm sure i've just got some setup issues to work out. but i cant figure out why i would have shaft like torque steer? anyone have any ideas or any recommendations on a high speed brushless setup for asphalt?
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well, i hooked up my mamba 7700 in my cyclone today and i'm not too impressed. too twitchy steering and some kind of torque steer ( like in a shaft drive) and absolutely zero brakesn it just spins around. i'm sure i've just got some setup issues to work out. but i cant figure out why i would have shaft like torque steer? anyone have any ideas or any recommendations on a high speed brushless setup for asphalt?
if you are running a oneway you will not have brakes whats your current set-up??
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Old 08-09-2007, 08:29 PM   #9413
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well, i hooked up my mamba 7700 in my cyclone today and i'm not too impressed. too twitchy steering and some kind of torque steer ( like in a shaft drive) and absolutely zero brakesn it just spins around. i'm sure i've just got some setup issues to work out. but i cant figure out why i would have shaft like torque steer? anyone have any ideas or any recommendations on a high speed brushless setup for asphalt?
Well whats your set up?

I throw my mm 5700 in for at home fun, and my car is just as hooked up as it is at the track... So something is set up wrong
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its pretty much set up by the book from what i can tell. i bought it used from dodgeguy on this forum. the only thing i have changed is to get the brushless motor mount and gear it 110/25. running swaybars on front and back. silver springs in back and gold up front . dont really know what info you need.

any help is appreciated and im sorry to bug you guys with all the newbie questions.
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hi, i'm new to cyclone

i bought a used cyclone chassis. i got a question.. if i chg to 3racing 1 way centre pulley. if i use 18t, i need to chg d rear belt ?? will it very tight if i din do so ???

i running stock motor 23t.

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This pulley was on Ronald Völker's car, he told me they are 20T pulley's.
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its pretty much set up by the book from what i can tell. i bought it used from dodgeguy on this forum. the only thing i have changed is to get the brushless motor mount and gear it 110/25. running swaybars on front and back. silver springs in back and gold up front . dont really know what info you need.

any help is appreciated and im sorry to bug you guys with all the newbie questions.
i run a 7700 brushless setup with no problems at all it is the hara cyclone ,i run it at club racing you probably need to setup the profile on the computer and then load it to the esc then work on your suspension set up also you would need some good tyres.
you can go on hot bodies web site and compare setups with the pros.
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That's what I thought too... and was thinking it might be 19T to get a 2.052 transmission ratio.



For those that PM'd me...

2.0 transmission: 36/18
the belts are very very loose at the moment... looking for front/rear belts that are 1 tooth less than stock.
for now this is what I'm using:
(2) sets of 3Racing red belt tension cams
(2) sets of 3Racing 18T pulleys
(1) rear belt tensioner
(2) Pro3 36T diff pulleys... one of them you'll need to ream out to fit the one-way or spool.
able to get to a 4.6fdr using a 106/46 5cell for 10.5bl.

2.1666 transmission: 39/18
(1) Yok BD rear belt 189mm 63T
(1) Mi3 front belt 510mm 171T
(2) sets of 3Racing red belt tension cams
(2) sets of 3Racing 18T pulleys
the yok rear belt is a perfect fit.. waiting on the Mi3 belt to arrive. and I'll confirm fit. with the stock front belt..it's way way too Tight!! don't try it!

if you do order the 18T 3racing pulleys..make sure you also order some replacement pulleys... they are made for the TAO5..but fit the cyclone mounts and come 2ea.. 16/17/18T

pics of the 18T pulley installed and 3Racing 5cell chassis.

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And 2nd, Well for anyone, If the sphere tc is sitting so the wires (motor and batt wires) are facing the batery, how far does it hang off the chassis?
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hey did anyone post an set up for the cyclone, for high bit, smooth
asphat? and who makes the 18t center pully.
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hey did anyone post an set up for the cyclone, for high bit, smooth
asphat? and who makes the 18t center pully.
3 racing make those pulley
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