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Old 11-19-2007, 10:44 AM   #10126
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what about timing.
STD only fit many track ,only change gear ratio & keep check your motor temp
don't move the endbell angle change more faster ,
the motor will hoter .
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Old 11-19-2007, 12:37 PM   #10127
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STD only fit many track ,only change gear ratio & keep check your motor temp
don't move the endbell angle change more faster ,
the motor will hoter .
my 10.5 is set at 1mm advanced timing geared at a 4.78FDR and after 8 minutes my motor comes off the track around 170-174 degrees, if you set your power and drag brake on the esc the motor will not get that much hotter than at zero degrees timing
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my 10.5 is set at 1mm advanced timing geared at a 4.78FDR and after 8 minutes my motor comes off the track around 170-174 degrees, if you set your power and drag brake on the esc the motor will not get that much hotter than at zero degrees timing
under 80 deg C will ok !
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my 10.5 is set at 1mm advanced timing geared at a 4.78FDR and after 8 minutes my motor comes off the track around 170-174 degrees, if you set your power and drag brake on the esc the motor will not get that much hotter than at zero degrees timing
marcos what esc do you run
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Andy Moore & Hara in Jmrca used new type rear ball diff & large diff ring
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Andy Moore & Hara in Jmrca used new type rear ball diff & large diff ring
is this new type of diff available
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Old 11-21-2007, 06:29 AM   #10133
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I just like to have a heavy duty diff screw one that want brake.The diff want stay tight and when I try to tighten it down the screw brakes.

I am impressed with the amount of steering this car as,I going to install the 6 degree c hubs to take some out.Other than my diff problems I am pleased with the car.
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Old 11-21-2007, 11:56 AM   #10134
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I just like to have a heavy duty diff screw one that want brake.The diff want stay tight and when I try to tighten it down the screw brakes.

I am impressed with the amount of steering this car as,I going to install the 6 degree c hubs to take some out.Other than my diff problems I am pleased with the car.
Put a 0.5mm washer under the diff nut and you shouldn't break anymore diff screws . Used a drop of "Lockite" in the diff nut thread during assembly and tighten diff screw and it should not loosen .
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Put a 0.5mm washer under the diff nut and you shouldn't break anymore diff screws . Used a drop of "Lockite" in the diff nut thread during assembly and tighten diff screw and it should not loosen .


& Some driver used D4 buggy 2.6mm Diff screw !
but need some edit your diff cup.
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quick question, does the HPi part #75168 (spool) work for the cyclone? The diff on my S is shot (even has those pretty aluminum housings too...sucks).
Not stock (ie.some people may have modified it to fit, but not recommended). You need (same part # in the US):
http://www.hbeurope.com/piw.php?partNo=61086&lang=en

Also to all Cyclone drivers...did you guys see:
HPI HB Challenge 08

The HPI HB Challenge races are on for 08....additionally we also have an HB Cyclone only series starting up in So Cal...
HB CHALLENGE

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can someone pm me a website where i can buy the cyclone cars please

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I just like to have a heavy duty diff screw one that want brake.The diff want stay tight and when I try to tighten it down the screw brakes.

I am impressed with the amount of steering this car as,I going to install the 6 degree c hubs to take some out.Other than my diff problems I am pleased with the car.
Are you using the HB # 61089 Titanium diff screws? (Gold in color?)
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Old 11-21-2007, 09:24 PM   #10139
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I am hoping to get some help from you guys about a Cyclone setup on cs27's and 13.5 BL on Carpet.

I am loving the low speed steering but it carries no corner speed it's more of a point and shoot car at the moment.

Std chassis towers and top deck.

I like this car but I need a good starting point.

There is no stock rubber carpet setups on the HB E.U. site that I can find.

Any help is appreciated.
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Old 11-21-2007, 10:19 PM   #10140
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I just picked-up a Cyclone for some carpet rubber-tire racing - and eventually for some outdoor racing as well. What are the common parts that I should keep in my pit box. Someone mentioned that c-hubs tend to break a little easier then with some of the other chassis' out there... aside from having a couple arms and hubs, anything else?

Looking forward to trying to car out. Looks like there is tons of support out there for this car.
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