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Old 09-17-2008, 05:58 AM   #13861
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sorry hara was not in the european championships and I also do not have the ETS setup from andernach
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Old 09-17-2008, 07:23 AM   #13862
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the ones supporting the axels are 5x10x4mm (same as the cyclone)

the rear diffs ones are 10x15x4mm

it uses the same size bearings as the regular cyclone
i don't have a regular cyclone either.
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Old 09-17-2008, 07:28 AM   #13863
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Just an fyi the Losi Eight uses a 10x15x4mm in the clutch bell incase you get in a bind.
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Old 09-17-2008, 01:33 PM   #13864
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On a black edition Cyclone, is it worth getting the 18T center pulleys and different belts, to change the pulley ratio to 2.1666? For USVTA usage.
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On a black edition Cyclone, is it worth getting the 18T center pulleys and different belts, to change the pulley ratio to 2.1666? For USVTA usage.
What usvta combo do you plan on going with? For the 21.5 and 27t options you will be fine with the 16t pulleys. For the 17.5 I would suggest getting the pulleys so you don't need a rlly small spur or rly big pinion
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Old 09-17-2008, 02:33 PM   #13866
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21.5/lipo. I know back in the Xray T1 days, they came out with a different set of diff/center pulleys that lowered the ratio from like 2.22 to 1.77, and it made the cars faster. (Changes in the belt speed and efficiency of the drivetrain) Might have to try it eventually and see if it makes the car faster or not. Also opens up the possibilty of overdriving the front wheels with the front spool
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Old 09-17-2008, 04:17 PM   #13867
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whats the best spur gears to use for 13.5 I need to run at around 4.5 and for 10.5 I need to get to around 5.4

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Old 09-17-2008, 04:36 PM   #13868
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whats the best spur gears to use for 13.5 I need to run at around 4.5 and for 10.5 I need to get to around 5.4

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I like a 91 for 13.5 and pinions in the 50 range.
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Old 09-18-2008, 03:38 PM   #13869
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Upgrading my black car.Bought the WCE MIP Cvd's.They don't fit the one way in the front.Too fat.Anyone have a part number for the newer(I assume) front oneway? Or parts needed to get this to work? Maybe just the outdrives?Thanks,Mario.
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Upgrading my black car.Bought the WCE MIP Cvd's.They don't fit the one way in the front.Too fat.Anyone have a part number for the newer(I assume) front oneway? Or parts needed to get this to work? Maybe just the outdrives?Thanks,Mario.
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Old 09-18-2008, 07:31 PM   #13871
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hey anyone have some shots of how they are mouting lipos in their cyclones? i cant mount the wires in the front because the topdeck is in the way looks like im gonna have to run the wires to the rear of the car
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hey anyone have some shots of how they are mouting lipos in their cyclones? i cant mount the wires in the front because the topdeck is in the way looks like im gonna have to run the wires to the rear of the car
What kind of lipo are you using. Lipo's like the orions that use bullet connectors are easy to mount...lipo's with built in wiring like the core rc ones require a little bit of finesse
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whats the best spur gears to use for 13.5 I need to run at around 4.5 and for 10.5 I need to get to around 5.4

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88 spur, 46/47 pinion.
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What kind of lipo are you using. Lipo's like the orions that use bullet connectors are easy to mount...lipo's with built in wiring like the core rc ones require a little bit of finesse
their new trinity 3800's, pratically like the new orion 3800's with bullet? i just though it was strange that i could only connect them in the rear of the car
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