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Old 06-20-2006, 02:10 PM
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hey i have just got my cyclone with both spool oneway and the other oneway thing in the middle i know can anyone give me a setup tip for a small asphalt track with normal grip

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Originally Posted by Rasmus TbEvo IV
hey i have just got my cyclone with both spool oneway and the other oneway thing in the middle i know can anyone give me a setup tip for a small asphalt track with normal grip

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try this one
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Try Hara's 2005 Reedy Race setup. It's a pretty good starting point.
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Is that set up for carpet or pavemet?

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Is that set up for carpet or pavemet?

Snowy.
CS-27s and 18/19lb springs, I'm gonna say pavement.
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CS-27s and 18/19lb springs, I'm gonna say pavement.
yes it is for pavement
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The cyclone thread might have been worth a look Rasmus
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what does changing the acker man from 4mm to 2mm do?
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4mm shims work well with the oneway.it tones the steering down.the 2mm shims give it the steering you need for the spool.
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