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Old 02-06-2008, 10:28 AM   #10756
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STLNLST. haha yeah I'm getting sick of the slow site. But good info here!!

I'm not positive if you add one more bearing, but I think thats what you do. Idk wobbly pulleys ifnt messing anything up, why does it matter???? Its bugs me a little bit to, but not much anymore.
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Old 02-06-2008, 10:37 AM   #10757
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forget the pulley wobble, it's fine, floating as another dude said. my diffs work best with carbide balls, wet sand the rings with at least #600. xray lube is the smoothest, schumacher lube stays the best, hpi lube is a balance of both. assoc black grease in the thrust is good, hpi grey is better if you have some. cyclone diffs are the smoothest of any when built correctly...period.
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Old 02-06-2008, 11:27 AM   #10758
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I wanna use a titanium hinge pin for the BMI chassis rear. I need a titanium 3x48mm pin, who makes it?
Xray T2 pins are what I use.
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Old 02-06-2008, 12:00 PM   #10759
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[QUOTE=BlackedOutREVO;4153195]STLNLST. haha yeah I'm getting sick of the slow site. But good info here!!
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what good is the info if you can't access it....LOL Looks like the weather is getting better so I might be out for some practice once I get over this pnuemonia
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just get the xray ones if not just get any and then just cut them to size
I'm still a cyclone virgin. I still haven't picked out a new name for the chassis With all this time off work maybe I'll come up with something.
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Old 02-06-2008, 12:06 PM   #10761
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what good is the info if you can't access it....LOL Looks like the weather is getting better so I might be out for some practice once I get over this pnuemonia[/QUOTE]

I should be ordering my speedo, and starting on parts soon! I want to use my cyclone so bad!
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Old 02-06-2008, 12:13 PM   #10762
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what good is the info if you can't access it....LOL Looks like the weather is getting better so I might be out for some practice once I get over this pnuemonia
I should be ordering my speedo, and starting on parts soon! I want to use my cyclone so bad![/QUOTE]

did you destroy it the last time out?
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Old 02-06-2008, 12:20 PM   #10763
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did you destroy it the last time out?
Just ask Scotty LOL..... He will tell you how it always is.

I used plastic out drives, and Scotty said do the alu ones, The diff screw is still good, but im getting a new one anyways, then I need carbide diff balls, thrust washers, D rings

Then I need to get the shims, 3 hole pistons, 50, and 55 wt shock oil, and a 1.5deg toe block for the set up

And then I need to replace a few screws and thats about it
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Old 02-06-2008, 12:25 PM   #10764
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Just ask Scotty LOL..... He will tell you how it always is.

I used plastic out drives, and Scotty said do the alu ones, The diff screw is still good, but im getting a new one anyways, then I need carbide diff balls, thrust washers, D rings

Then I need to get the shims, 3 hole pistons, 50, and 55 wt shock oil, and a 1.5deg toe block for the set up

And then I need to replace a few screws and thats about it

Geez man. I replaced my diff screw with an AE one because it's thicker. Even the Ti coated moore one is suspect. IMO You better get to ordering or go to Billy's.
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Geez man. I replaced my diff screw with an AE one because it's thicker. Even the Ti coated moore one is suspect. IMO You better get to ordering or go to Billy's.
I dont have problems with the screw anymore, I just want to have new stuff in the car..... Then there should be problems because some parts are new, and others arent...... I just want to have a car the works

What washers, and balls did you use to put the AE one in?

And I just got off the phone with Billy, I just need the $$$ to buy it
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I dont have problems with the screw anymore, I just want to have new stuff in the car..... Then there should be problems because some parts are new, and others arent...... I just want to have a car the works

What washers, and balls did you use to put the AE one in?

And I just got off the phone with Billy, I just need the $$$ to buy it

I got what ever Scotty put in the bag when I was at Billy's. He set my car up exactly the way his is.
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I got what ever Scotty put in the bag when I was at Billy's. He set my car up exactly the way his is.
Could you ask him what he used?

Is he using the AE screw also?
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Hi Cyclone owner

One questions. On the regular (black version) kit that comes with center one-way and one way diff, how would the car drive if I just change the one way diff to a spool and leave the center one way pulley alone?
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Hi Cyclone owner

One questions. On the regular (black version) kit that comes with center one-way and one way diff, how would the car drive if I just change the one way diff to a spool and leave the center one way pulley alone?
Crappy (IMO).... Because the front would be a spool no matter what, so you would have no brakes, and you loose front power off power..

I wouldnt do it
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Old 02-06-2008, 04:36 PM   #10770
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what about front diff + center one-way?
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