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Old 04-27-2007, 05:38 AM
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Hey everyone, kinda new to the forum but definitely not to R/C cars haha, before i get into the details ill tell you a bit about my cars, I currently own 5 cars, whenever i get new cars i never get rid of my old cars they are like trophies to me and symbolise my rise up to the better cars, i have 4 EP's and 1 GP, the GP is the new Tamiya TNX 5.2R good car almost 100 kilometres tamiya says and i believe them, my 4 EP;s are as folows, Tamiya Gravel Hound, TT-01 Xanavi Nissan Skyline(is there any better looking body for that chassis) Team Associated TC4 and last but definitely not least Tamiya TA-02 AMG mercedes.

Well its my birthday in about 17 days and im thinking of a new R/C car, i am looking at a nice belt driven car probably the Hot Bodies cyclone S i dont have to much to spend and it looks like a good car considering they have one for $250 with the dodge body. What are your Oppinions Of this car??? and later if i want i can update it to Surikarn spec.

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Old 04-27-2007, 06:18 AM
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cyclone S is a good car but dont bother making it a surikarn, the price you will pay for the parts to make it a surikarn you may aswell buy a new worlds kit. A mate of mine just picked up a surikarn kit for $250 aus. If you look around on rctech you will find either the suri, hara or moore kit pretty cheap.
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Was that brand new or Second-hand?
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stormer had regular cyclones for $200 a few weeks ago.
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Originally Posted by Tucker101
Was that brand new or Second-hand?
Those prices i said were for used cars. As Beltdriven said, stormer hobbies had the original cyclones for $200us now There $250us. Still pretty cheap.

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Hi,
I have just bought one of these are they ok what hop up will I need to race stock class. Thanks

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Oh no am I the only one in the world with a Cyclone S then!!!........


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Erm....check out the Cyclone S thread?

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...ht=tub+cyclone
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Sorry I didnt see that one Thanks anyway,


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