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Old 09-23-2008, 11:47 AM   #13921
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Where can I buy the Cyclone TC for $379 that is in stock?
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Old 09-23-2008, 11:55 AM   #13922
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Where can I buy the Cyclone TC for $379 that is in stock?
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Old 09-23-2008, 12:38 PM   #13923
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first 1/8 off road and already back at touringcars
can you say: "man on a mission"?
go hara!
can you say: "It's his job"
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Old 09-23-2008, 07:21 PM   #13924
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oh ok but when you said from the driver side do you mean from the midle of the chassi and and you look outwards or you mean you look from the outside to the inside of the car.
Sorry.

Yes, looking at the side of the car from the drivers side.
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Old 09-23-2008, 07:39 PM   #13925
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first 1/8 off road and already back at touringcars
can you say: "man on a mission"?
go hara!

source: http://y-trail.de-blog.jp/
whats with the Hara mullet? And the spray bomb practice bodies?
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Old 09-23-2008, 08:29 PM   #13926
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So where do i get a spray bomb from and what's its projected coverage range!
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Old 09-23-2008, 09:58 PM   #13927
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given a 6cell setup, i am now switching over to lipo in my cyclone with 17.5 What i want to know is what necessary as far as tuning/setup changes when going from NIMH to LIPO? The car was already balanced with weights with the nimh setup so i figure with lipo i need to re-balance it...anything else?
anybody got any insight?
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Old 09-23-2008, 10:49 PM   #13928
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Sorry.

Yes, looking at the side of the car from the drivers side.
sorry , i still dont get you do you mean from the wheel to the bulkhead or from the midle of the chassis to the bulkhead.
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Old 09-23-2008, 11:02 PM   #13929
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Hara is a machine! Now that is a serious RC racing professional, no doubting that.
I too was wondering about the long line of practice bodies in the first set of pics, maybe different trims or something that he is testing with D/F adjustments or something.

I really wouldn't mind finding on indoor onroad track in my area but I am pretty sure there aren't any. Indoor is something have never done, and even though I have been into nitro offroad for a veyr long time..I want to go EP touring now, the Cyclone lineup seems like a superb choice if I ever got the chance....
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Old 09-24-2008, 05:46 AM   #13930
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Any one know who has stock of the 61088 MIP CVD WCE

And also the 3 racing solid centre pulleys (the one with the 3 different white pulleys that clip on)

Or the 18t centre pulleys solid (original HB)
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Any one know who has stock of the 61088 MIP CVD WCE

And also the 3 racing solid centre pulleys (the one with the 3 different white pulleys that clip on)

Or the 18t centre pulleys solid (original HB)
HB61088 next week back in stock !
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Old 09-24-2008, 07:05 AM   #13932
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He has all the same bodies, but it may be due to different spoilers.. some Hot Bodies come with 3 different spoilers, (my Hot Bodies Mazda came with 3 kinds to use) some of his bodies dont have spoilers mounted yet. Also depending on Arm spacing and wheelbase, i dont think 1 body will align with the different arm spacing. If he used only 2 bodies, the wheels wont align with the fenders... looks like he tries a setup and then bodies to see which one is the "WINNING" setup.

just a thought.
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sorry , i still dont get you do you mean from the wheel to the bulkhead or from the midle of the chassis to the bulkhead.
Sorry
No problem.

Hold the car in the air...the front of the car pointing to your left. You should now be looking at the side of the car...or the drivers side. This is how you would reference the 'time-clock' of hours for the diff cams; 12 being straight up, 6 being straight down, 9 being the cam notch pointing to the front of the car, etc.
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Tony - How long have you been running the Hot Bodies Cyclone?
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Old 09-24-2008, 09:57 AM   #13935
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No problem.

Hold the car in the air...the front of the car pointing to your left. You should now be looking at the side of the car...or the drivers side. This is how you would reference the 'time-clock' of hours for the diff cams; 12 being straight up, 6 being straight down, 9 being the cam notch pointing to the front of the car, etc.
Oh , know i get it , thanks.
But if i put the notch at 9 oclok , will it the tightest or the loosest .
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