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Old 01-05-2009, 09:35 AM   #14941
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The washers are for looks and the posts are ATC posts. They have o rings in the center of them and can be used to control the rigidity of the chassis
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hehehehe.... yes... sorry but i dont find any other image. hehehe thats a great photo!! congratulation!!
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Old 01-05-2009, 10:49 AM   #14943
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Old 01-05-2009, 05:44 PM   #14944
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I got my TC dialed! however I need more rip I am being motored!
Has anyone here had any experience with the Hacker 10.5 I am considering purchasing one.
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Old 01-05-2009, 05:53 PM   #14945
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anyone got setup sheets for drifting? got a Black Cyclone and a Moore Speed that i'm setting up for asphalt.

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trickd122, you may want to consider using a different speedie. I dont know what others think, but in my opinion the motors dont really make much of a difference once you get them geared to your liking.

In my opinion you may want to consider getting a Tekin RS which is more advanced than most of the escs out there. I dont know how it compares to the new LRP one though.

The only thing bad about the tekin is that you need to get the hotwire programming unit as well. Without the hotwire you wont be able to get the esc fast cause thats the only way you can change the timing (and other advanced features).
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trickd122, you may want to consider using a different speedie. I dont know what others think, but in my opinion the motors dont really make much of a difference once you get them geared to your liking.

In my opinion you may want to consider getting a Tekin RS which is more advanced than most of the escs out there. I dont know how it compares to the new LRP one though.

The only thing bad about the tekin is that you need to get the hotwire programming unit as well. Without the hotwire you wont be able to get the esc fast cause thats the only way you can change the timing (and other advanced features).

Thanks, I have the LRP competition sphere TC now, I wasn't really thinking of another right now. LRP should really consider selling a programing unit for their speedo.
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Tino..... 13.5 man.... 13.5....
13.5 you say, I think I'll actually do that.
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Hi for HB TC users.

Could somebody tell me what item# of the front steel drive shaft set of 3racing and HB for Cyclone TC, please

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Hi for HB TC users.

Could somebody tell me what item# of the front steel drive shaft set of 3racing and HB for Cyclone TC, please

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Don't use this parts !
my friend used in 1 pack battery easy to broke !
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Don't use this parts !
my friend used in 1 pack battery easy to broke !
use HB la !

HB will in mid of this month arrive !
But which part # from HB ?
In the case the parts of the Cyclones change always, then i never drive any HPI/HB cars before, so confused!
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But which part # from HB ?
In the case the parts of the Cyclones change always, then i never drive any HPI/HB cars before, so confused!
#61043 44mm Heavy Duty Universal Drive Shaft (Front/Steel/2pcs)
#61044 44mm Heavy Duty Universal Drive Shaft (Rear/Steel/2pcs)

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#61043 44mm Heavy Duty Universal Drive Shaft (Front/Steel/2pcs)
#61044 44mm Heavy Duty Universal Drive Shaft (Rear/Steel/2pcs)

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But that inside piece of axle is really the same length of the Cyclone TC using, isn' it?
Just because i took note of that new cars are using different arms?
How about in the compatibility, if the connection are the same?

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But that inside piece of axle is really the same length of the Cyclone TC using, isn' it?
Just because i took note of that new cars are using different arms?
How about in the compatibility, if the connection are the same?

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