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Old 11-03-2008, 12:59 PM   #14386
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Anyone try out the adjustible chasis stiffiners for the optional rear deck etc. I am going to be running carpet rubber with my TC and have the kit yet haven't ran them yet. I know on a foam setup stiff is good but with rubber tires is everyone running a high traction asphalt setup?
When I switched to indoors I switched to the wce rear heatsink deck sink
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Old 11-04-2008, 10:04 AM   #14387
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Hey guys
I have some questions for you all.
I just bought world edition front solid axle(ver.3) for my cyclone.^^
which drive shaft I need for this front solid axle(ver.3)?
There are so many different versions out there. Please could you all help me out?

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Old 11-04-2008, 10:45 AM   #14388
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Hey guys
I have some questions for you all.
I just bought world edition front solid axle(ver.3) for my cyclone.^^
which drive shaft I need for this front solid axle(ver.3)?
There are so many different versions out there. Please could you all help me out?

thanks,
in market drive shaft fit your spool ver.3
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Old 11-04-2008, 12:15 PM   #14389
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can you tell me any part number for drive shaft fit in front solid axle(ver.3)
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Old 11-04-2008, 03:29 PM   #14390
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Need a little direction here.

I am running the Cyclone Black, I am running 4 degrees droop fr and rear. When off power (no brake) the rear breaks loose. I tried adding more droop in the front same issue.... ANY IDEAS?
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Old 11-04-2008, 03:33 PM   #14391
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61388 purple universal bone should fit if you have universals
61396 black universal bone should fit if you have universals
61378 blue universal bone should fit if you have universals

61095 purple mip cvd bone should fit if you have mip cvds



70710 black universal bone will not work.
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Old 11-04-2008, 03:46 PM   #14392
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Need a little direction here.

I am running the Cyclone Black, I am running 4 degrees droop fr and rear. When off power (no brake) the rear breaks loose. I tried adding more droop in the front same issue.... ANY IDEAS?
"Trick": What set up are you running? What tires?
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hy,
I have two questions, do you could help me?

whats better in "Cyclone TC" with Brushless?

use pinion and Spur gear 64P or 48P?
and I can use a Lipo Orion 5000 platinium
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Old 11-04-2008, 04:07 PM   #14394
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Need a little direction here.

I am running the Cyclone Black, I am running 4 degrees droop fr and rear. When off power (no brake) the rear breaks loose. I tried adding more droop in the front same issue.... ANY IDEAS?
So many reasons why that happens. Check your shock position in front may be to layed down. Could be your tires not glued properly or bind somewhere.
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hy,
I have two questions, do you could help me?

whats better in "Cyclone TC" with Brushless?

use pinion and Spur gear 64P or 48P?
and I can use a Lipo Orion 5000 platinium
64p is smoother and gives you more gearing option.
The orion will fit just have to grind the top deck support a little
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Need a little direction here.

I am running the Cyclone Black, I am running 4 degrees droop fr and rear. When off power (no brake) the rear breaks loose. I tried adding more droop in the front same issue.... ANY IDEAS?
if you really want us to analyze it, put your complete setup on one of the (blank, or filled in you can edit it) setup sheets you can download. then the help will come. See you on-road!
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64p is smoother and gives you more gearing option.
The orion will fit just have to grind the top deck support a little
hummmm.. ok thank you very much..
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Hi, I got a question for anybody who know what's the effect if I use 0 degree toe block up front (FF)? Is that only because for less aggressive? Anybody've been tried?
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Hi, I got a question for anybody who know what's the effect if I use 0 degree toe block up front (FF)? Is that only because for less aggressive? Anybody've been tried?
I went to the 0 from 1.5 (indoor carpet on rubber tires), in order to sharpen the turn in response and reduce mid-corner steering. We run on a bumpy track, and having the front end grab too much mid-corner unsettles the car. You end up with a slight mid-corner push as the steering gets flatter and you have to either drive around that or tune for it.
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Anyone try out the adjustible chasis stiffiners for the optional rear deck etc. I am going to be running carpet rubber with my TC and have the kit yet haven't ran them yet. I know on a foam setup stiff is good but with rubber tires is everyone running a high traction asphalt setup?
I've tried the aluminum one, carbon fiber one by 3 Racing and the stock one all side by side on medium to high grip asphalt. The other ones take away traction and overall smoothness. The rear end seemed to chatter more and just make it a bit less predictable. I really didn't see any advantage to running the other ones. It wasn't just stiffening up the back, there were a few side affects that weren't very good. If you are looking to try some stuff, I thing there are some other things you can try to achieve your goal without using those. My 2 cents.
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