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Old 10-17-2008, 01:35 PM   #14176
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But for the moment i have everything for the pro diff execpte the screw , i tries the originel screw on the pro diff and its too short , is it normal?
Yes, that is normal. The old diff screw was M2 x 25mm. The new diff screw is M2.6 x 28mm.

Look for HB part #67725 - Pro-Spec diff screw set
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Old 10-17-2008, 02:44 PM   #14177
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Yes, that is normal. The old diff screw was M2 x 25mm. The new diff screw is M2.6 x 28mm.

Look for HB part #67725 - Pro-Spec diff screw set
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Old 10-17-2008, 04:21 PM   #14178
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The extra 1.7mm just fits further into the drive cup if you run a front spool there is no problem. With the extra length on the rear it may contact the diff nut...but why you would need these in the rear is beyond me
maybe RC MARKET can test fit the Xray ECS driveaxles in his Cyclone. If he does and puts a note on the ECS page when its up, im sure EVEN MORE would sell as i know plenty of Cyclone owners would like something this....

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Old 10-17-2008, 11:47 PM   #14179
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Hi , ive got another question.
Could you guys tell me how to have abit more on power steering , not full speed steering but half speed on throtle steering.
Like more shims under rear camber link ( lower RC) but having more shims will make my rear end a bit loose .so is there other ways like
less droop i have 2.5mm front droop
or staighter rear shocks or any thing that could help me without affecting alot the rear end because if i put more shims under rear camber link , it will increase onpower steering but it will also decrease rear grip , and when i will go in chicanes my rear end will be loose.
So could you tell me everything that i could do to have abit more on power steering.
Thanks guys
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Old 10-18-2008, 07:54 AM   #14180
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I have the cyclone HB (black)
What Lipo packs fit best and has the best performance.
I will be running a 10.5. speaking of which.
Novak 10.5 with the blue ring or the orion Vortex 10.5 please post ANY experiences. I will be using the LRP sphere TC.
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I have the cyclone HB (black)
What Lipo packs fit best and has the best performance.
I will be running a 10.5. speaking of which.
Novak 10.5 with the blue ring or the orion Vortex 10.5 please post ANY experiences. I will be using the LRP sphere TC.
without shaving your bulk heads the best lipo pack that will fit is the SMC 4000. As far as motors go I'd go with the Novak. No one seems to really be running the Orion motors in the spec classes right now.
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Old 10-18-2008, 11:35 AM   #14182
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Hi , ive got another question.
Could you guys tell me how to have abit more on power steering , not full speed steering but half speed on throtle steering.
Like more shims under rear camber link ( lower RC) but having more shims will make my rear end a bit loose .so is there other ways like
less droop i have 2.5mm front droop
or staighter rear shocks or any thing that could help me without affecting alot the rear end because if i put more shims under rear camber link , it will increase onpower steering but it will also decrease rear grip , and when i will go in chicanes my rear end will be loose.
So could you tell me everything that i could do to have abit more on power steering.
Thanks guys
Advice?
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maybe RC MARKET can test fit the Xray ECS driveaxles in his Cyclone. If he does and puts a note on the ECS page when its up, im sure EVEN MORE would sell as i know plenty of Cyclone owners would like something this....

Yes will import XRAY this new parts to test in cyclone !
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Yes will import XRAY this new parts to test in cyclone !
Thank you >>>> That will be great.
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Old 10-18-2008, 12:28 PM   #14185
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Yes will import XRAY this new parts to test in cyclone !
Much appreciated!!


and for lipos in the Cyclone...

ive used Yeah Racing 3200s and 4000s in there with no problems as well as Orion 3400s and 3600s.
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Some one told me that having 2mm acerman spacers on the servo saver will have more agressive steering than having 4mm of spacers, & then some one told me the oposite is true????


Can some one more knowledgable please confirm which is true?
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Thank you for your answers

Just One addition question what heat sink can I use on the motor.
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Much appreciated!!


and for lipos in the Cyclone...

ive used Yeah Racing 3200s and 4000s in there with no problems as well as Orion 3400s and 3600s.
I'm not have use other HK brand name ,
because this factory had contact with me & OEM to many co.
but many CO. had mark up mah & Discharge C Rate ,
so need take care , always over C to charge ...
& life is shorter than Orion .
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Thank you for your answers

Just One addition question what heat sink can I use on the motor.
with 10.5, a simple 3Racing heatsink will do...any of these should be fine...tower hobbies also carries them.

http://www.nexusracing.com/index.php...5938da95c5928d

As far as Lipo's are concerned...SMC5000 and Trackpower 4900 25C packs are great...
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Some one told me that having 2mm acerman spacers on the servo saver will have more agressive steering than having 4mm of spacers, & then some one told me the oposite is true????


Can some one more knowledgable please confirm which is true?
2mm is lose some agressive !
your steering need more turn ,
but some layout need to use
& find your driver style to setup !
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