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Old 04-21-2008, 12:55 PM   #12001
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Yes if u have a WCE thats the cost to change over to the TC
Ahhh ok

I need a new cyclone, I want to build a kit! I might buy one in a few months
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Old 04-21-2008, 01:00 PM   #12002
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Ahhh ok

I need a new cyclone, I want to build a kit! I might buy one in a few months
You can take some WCE parts upgrade to TC ,
or buy new Bearing holder , servo mount , Ti. pin & Ti.turnbuckle ...
to upgrade TC kit !
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Old 04-21-2008, 01:17 PM   #12003
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I have a Cyclone Black. I can just get the chassis plates and diffs or do I need the bulk heads too?
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Old 04-21-2008, 01:23 PM   #12004
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I have a Cyclone Black. I can just get the chassis plates and diffs or do I need the bulk heads too?
the upper bulkhead & shock tower is new type !

if your Cyclone is black , i'm think you change new kit !
because the first lot cyclone all alum. had used remade alum. ,
so some soft !!
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Old 04-21-2008, 01:24 PM   #12005
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You wont need the bulkheads.Get the diff and maybe the multi diff for the front.I doubt anything else will be needed
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Old 04-21-2008, 01:24 PM   #12006
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This new TC kit not have 3mm CERAMIC Diff Ball !!
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Old 04-21-2008, 01:29 PM   #12007
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Current pic with new brushless setup. LRP/Team Orion. I was going to get a Speed Passion 10.5, but everytime I go to order it everyone is out.

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This new TC kit not have 3mm CERAMIC Diff Ball !!
Yes It does. the TC comes with the new pro-spec ball diff (3mm).

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Old 04-21-2008, 01:42 PM   #12009
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Yes It does. the TC comes with the new pro-spec ball diff (3mm).

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yes !
& can order new option alum. pro-spec diff.


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Whats going on with the HB US Online do not see the Pro Dif on there
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Whats going on with the HB US Online do not see the Pro Dif on there
us after some weeks or month .
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I have a Cyclone Black. I can just get the chassis plates and diffs or do I need the bulk heads too?
For your information,
if you're thinking about upgrading the bulk head, you will also need to change as well as the shock towers. (both front&rear)
In order to reinforce the bulk head, they're 2mm taller than the original bulk head. To offset this change, shock mounting holes on the shock tower have been lowered 2mm . (2mm raised up bulk head - 2mm lowered shock tower holes = same height)

Therefore, if you change only the bulk heads to the new TC bulk heads, upper shock mounting position will be 2mm higher. (You will need longer shock length to reach the mounting holes)
This will change the piton position in the shock cylinder at the car sitting 1G, I highly suggest you to have the new shock towers as well.

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Old 04-21-2008, 02:31 PM   #12013
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Its our money, I think we can spend it how we want....

And yes, I do see all the alu parts on the pro HB's drivers.....
oh I understand that...but I still think its nuts to put all that alloy on the car - but hey its my opinion and we all know what they say about opinions

trust me, I put a good bit of aftermarket stuff on mine, I was more referring to the comment about the new kit coming with plastic stuff instead of alloy
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Old 04-21-2008, 02:43 PM   #12014
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You can take some WCE parts upgrade to TC ,
or buy new Bearing holder , servo mount , Ti. pin & Ti.turnbuckle ...
to upgrade TC kit !
I want a whole new car, And have 2 cyclones

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oh I understand that...but I still think its nuts to put all that alloy on the car - but hey its my opinion and we all know what they say about opinions

trust me, I put a good bit of aftermarket stuff on mine, I was more referring to the comment about the new kit coming with plastic stuff instead of alloy
I like the purple, I dont really care a bunch for all the ti ni parts and all, I was just more saying whats different.. But all the upgraded parts are nice to have
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Is HB 67717 carbon graphite suspension arm the same as HB 73506 carbon graphite suspension arm set? Can the 2 be used interchangeably? Ie left arm use 67717 but right arm use 73506?

I would like to know if both have the same rigidity.

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