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Old 05-17-2006, 02:23 PM   #1
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Default good asphalt setup for a hot bodies cyclone

HALLO i am getting a hot bodies cyclone and i would like to race it at a big event next week but i dont have a setup for the car yet so could anyone give me a good setup for asphalt the weather is probently gonna be about 15 celcius. and i am racing rubber tires sorex 36

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Old 05-17-2006, 02:42 PM   #2
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HALLO i am getting a hot bodies cyclone and i would like to race it at a big event next week but i dont have a setup for the car yet so could anyone give me a good setup for asphalt the weather is probently gonna be about 15 celcius. and i am racing rubber tires sorex 36

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Just download some setups off of www.hotbodiesonline.net or www.rczone.net I started with a spool and the Reedy Race USA setup is a good starting point for that. I was using premounted Sorex 36r. I ran stock with a Mazda6. I switched rear toe block from 3degrees to 2degrees. And went from there. Also, as everyone would say.......check the cyclone forum too.. hehe..
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Just download some setups off of www.hotbodiesonline.net or www.rczone.net I started with a spool and the Reedy Race USA setup is a good starting point for that. I was using premounted Sorex 36r. I ran stock with a Mazda6. I switched rear toe block from 3degrees to 2degrees. And went from there. Also, as everyone would say.......check the cyclone forum too.. hehe..
LIKE kilruf said there plenty on hotbodies site, and hpi racing .com site under cyclone i used the reedy race set up/ cpl good ones on hpi site
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Try Hara's base rubber/asphalt setup for the HPI Japan site.. works pretty good... my just need some minor tweaking to suit your driving style and track.
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