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Old 12-31-2007, 01:18 AM   #10366
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I still cant find them hb 3 x 1.1mm pistons anywhere?????

can some one give me a direct link, please........
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Champ RC website is ordinary, but just email them with the bits you want and they will get back to you within 2 or 3 days... (Monday's: they are closed)

PS> they understand and reply in english so there's no problems there either.

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Default CYCLONE AFTERMARKET PARTS HELP

Can anyone help me with some parts locations.

Jet alum. 4 deg. c-hubs. black
jet or other Alum steering blocks
p-dub or parma bumper and a kydex bumper

rc champ has never replied to my questions in email form about these so I'm looking elsewhere.

Thanks,

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Old 12-31-2007, 08:39 AM   #10368
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Can anyone help me with some parts locations.

Jet alum. 4 deg. c-hubs. black
jet or other Alum steering blocks
p-dub or parma bumper and a kydex bumper

rc champ has never replied to my questions in email form about these so I'm looking elsewhere.

Thanks,

Jason
Looks like www.precisionrc.com has the first two on your list.
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Old 12-31-2007, 09:32 AM   #10369
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Need your help fellas:

Need 3 hole pistons for my WCE Cyclone shocks. Anyone know is the serpent S400 pistons work on the Cyclone Shocks or maybe Tamiya TRF 415 pistons?

I really need some 3 hole pistons...maybe Schumacher MI3 pistons?

Help!!!
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Old 12-31-2007, 09:34 AM   #10370
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Need your help fellas:

Need 3 hole pistons for my WCE Cyclone shocks. Anyone know is the serpent S400 pistons work on the Cyclone Shocks or maybe Tamiya TRF 415 pistons?

I really need some 3 hole pistons...maybe Schumacher MI3 pistons?

Help!!!
tamiya or schumacher work just fine
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Old 12-31-2007, 09:35 AM   #10371
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go into your hobby shop (or ring them) and ask for them to order HB73524.

just ask your hobby shop.

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Old 12-31-2007, 10:12 AM   #10372
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Can anyone help me with some parts locations.

Jet alum. 4 deg. c-hubs. black
jet or other Alum steering blocks
p-dub or parma bumper and a kydex bumper

rc champ has never replied to my questions in email form about these so I'm looking elsewhere.

Thanks,

Jason
Im sorta wondering the same thing, because I break knuckles and C hubs alot lol, its the right hit, and its not hard or anything, but it blows up the C hub, and knuckle

Its just if I go all alu, then wont that stuff bend, and break ball studs?
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Im sorta wondering the same thing, because I break knuckles and C hubs alot lol, its the right hit, and its not hard or anything, but it blows up the C hub, and knuckle

Its just if I go all alu, then wont that stuff bend, and break ball studs?
dont crash !! lol get your self a P-Dub bumper
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Old 12-31-2007, 10:18 AM   #10374
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dont crash !! lol get your self a P-Dub bumper
I cant do number 1

And I already have a P dub
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Old 12-31-2007, 11:40 AM   #10375
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Im sorta wondering the same thing, because I break knuckles and C hubs alot lol, its the right hit, and its not hard or anything, but it blows up the C hub, and knuckle

Its just if I go all alu, then wont that stuff bend, and break ball studs?
I'm worried about bending also but should still be less than what I'm breaking... however will this make me break more arms? I rarely break arms. Noooo....... I break the expensive C Hubs which are twice the price of the arms and knuckles my LHS.

Which brings me to my pet peeve.... Anyone else hate the packaging of the HPI parts?! GAWD... one front one rear arm... one front knuckle one rear hub carrier!! I never ever break a rear arm or carrier! They should have a trade in policy... I could trade in my rear arms and hub carriers for fronts and wouldn't have to buy any more for a year or more!! Then they could just repackage and resell them. Yeah I like that idea!! HPI - Hot Bodies ... you listening?

Being in IOWA I get bombed with politicians wanting me to caucus for them on Jan 3rd. Maybe I'll go and see if any candidate will put this into some trade agreement plan? Hmmmmmmmmm Maybe not ... congress would screw it all up and I'd get no parts at all!
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Old 12-31-2007, 11:45 AM   #10376
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LOL I complain about that every time im at the track, there all ready spendy, and then you get one piece of glass, I mean knuckle, and a rear, which I have yet to break.....

I have atleast 25 rears in my rc bag.............
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OK-OK!

Peter point me to the "it" set-up for asphalt like we had for the JRXS. Also which titanium screw set is the choice for this car?

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Pookyt got a cyclone? nice... Remember how good they ran in memphis.. they will be good in your hood too.
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Old 12-31-2007, 01:19 PM   #10378
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Pookyt got a cyclone? nice... Remember how good they ran in memphis.. they will be good in your hood too.
Yeah I got a Hara. I drove the Icean's Cyclone at a race in Jackson and I really liked it. Plus several of us have them now so hopefully we can get a good set-up for the nats.

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T2 nuckles, c-blocks, and arms are a direct fit to cyclone with no mods.....and p-dub is a must, lol. just ordered corrally alumi's to try on, will give feed back on how they are.
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T2 nuckles, c-blocks, and arms are a direct fit to cyclone with no mods.....and p-dub is a must, lol. just ordered corrally alumi's to try on, will give feed back on how they are.
Nice!

Is the xray stuff stronger?
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