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Old 09-16-2007, 02:54 AM   #9646
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I took a 96 tooth spur, and a 37 tooth pinion and it almost meshed

And that was taking 10 teeth off, im only dropping 7 teeth

What you said doesnt make sense, because your running a 72 tooth spur, and a 36 tooth pinion??? I will run 89/47

That will more then fit.... And reason I am not getting a new pinion is because I cant get one till EARLIEST next tues, and I race tomarow......
sorry i meant 69T spur with 36T pinion in 48 pitch will give you 4.67 FDR.
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sorry i meant 69T spur with 36T pinion in 48 pitch will give you 4.67 FDR.

OHH, Well I run 64 pitch


But it didnt work, I need the new 18 tooth pulley's and belts and then a bigger spur and pinion..... I didnt have any momentum or anything... I couldnt get my ratios

5 cell will have to wait
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Old 09-16-2007, 09:57 AM   #9648
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Where do you guys get the bigger center pullies(18T)and belts?
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Where do you guys get the bigger center pullies(18T)and belts?
you can use 3 racing belt pulley ,
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ok very eventful sunday at the track we talked about the cyclone diff screw breaking at the head but i had one break in half.

what grease is best for this diff when running brushless.
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Old 09-16-2007, 06:08 PM   #9651
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ok very eventful sunday at the track we talked about the cyclone diff screw breaking at the head but i had one break in half.

what grease is best for this diff when running brushless.
this one!!

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Old 09-16-2007, 08:30 PM   #9652
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I need a good starting set-up..... stock/rubber/asphalt.

I live in the SoCal area, and will mostly being racing at SoCal and/or other parking lot club races.

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In carpet control rubber tire , around 10-11 sec lap ,
use Front oneway or spool ?
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In carpet control rubber tire , around 10-11 sec lap ,
use Front oneway or spool ?
stock run oneway, mod SPOOL
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Old 09-17-2007, 12:56 PM   #9655
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stock run oneway, mod SPOOL
The fast guys here run spools in stock..... And they were all at the nats and did good

So there doing something right lol, if your like me and cant drive a oneway worth your life... Spool works if everythings all built good
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Hi Guys
I broke a steering post on the Clones virgin run on carpet last Friday, it tore about 1mm of thread off the end of the tubbing, and was still inside the knurled screw collar, but manage to get it out. Ive heard this has happened before, any ideas where they maybe a thicker version, as I think there are a tad thin for what stress are put on them.
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I broke a steering post on the Clones virgin run on carpet last Friday, it tore about 1mm of thread off the end of the tubbing, and was still inside the knurled screw collar, but manage to get it out. Ive heard this has happened before, any ideas where they maybe a thicker version, as I think there are a tad thin for what stress are put on them.
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I did that too!

All I did was thread lock the mm or so that broke off back in, because it takes alot of play out when the whole thing is there lol, it went from really sloppy, to none

But I dont know of anything thicker.... All though, I could use one
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I did that too!

All I did was thread lock the mm or so that broke off back in, because it takes alot of play out when the whole thing is there lol, it went from really sloppy, to none

But I dont know of anything thicker.... All though, I could use one
I think that it wouldn't sit right if I had try to do what you did. so I put half a small O ring over the poll before replacing the collar.
A buddy of mine mentioned a 3,Racing version, but not to sure if it is a little thicker
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I think that it wouldn't sit right if I had try to do what you did. so I put half a small O ring over the poll before replacing the collar.
A buddy of mine mentioned a 3,Racing version, but not to sure if it is a little thicker
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I don't think 3racing has the post. I've got the steering set from them and the post is not included.
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I broke a steering post on the Clones virgin run on carpet last Friday, it tore about 1mm of thread off the end of the tubbing, and was still inside the knurled screw collar, but manage to get it out. Ive heard this has happened before, any ideas where they maybe a thicker version, as I think there are a tad thin for what stress are put on them.
Cheers Malc TCCFM
Oh please tell me when you find one! I went a good 8 months and everything fine then.... break ( just like you described). LHS looked at me real funny and said ... "You broke WHAT?" From there I proceeded to break two more in two weeks and I only race once a week. I'm kinda guessing here but where the manual states to tighten it too seems to tight... I stripped a servo arm with it set like the "S" manual recommends. But if you loosen it too much the collar is strictly on the thin part of the post. Seems to be working ok now that I've found a happy medium... tight enough to get a grip on the thicker part of the post and loose enough to actually work as a "saver".
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