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Old 03-06-2009, 12:18 AM   #16
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If the belts are the same teeth, does that mean that they are the same length?
Yes all the belts use a 3mm tooth pitch so belts for different cars with the same number of teeth will be the same length.
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What about the Kyosho TF-5 SHIN or regular TF-5?? Can it fit the Xray T2 008
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Old 03-06-2009, 04:52 AM   #18
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What about the Kyosho TF-5 SHIN or regular TF-5?? Can it fit the Xray T2 008
Another update

HB Cyclone (169/62) (3.5mm)
HB Cyclone TC (170/63) (3.5mm)
Yokomo BD (172/63) (3.5mm)
Kyosho TF5 (149/74) (3.0mm)
TRF 415(169/59) (3.0mm)
TRF 416 (172/58) (3.0mm)
Xray T1/ T2 / 007 (169/60) (3.0mm)
Xray T2 008 (169/61) (3.0mm)
AE TC5 (172/63) (3.75mm)
RDX/Phi (169/62/70/71) (3.0mm)
Mi2/3 (171/60) (3.6mm)
S400 (167/59) (3.5mm)
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Old 03-06-2009, 07:24 AM   #19
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Another update

HB Cyclone (169/62) (3.5mm)
HB Cyclone TC (170/63) (3.5mm)
Yokomo BD (172/63) (3.5mm)
Kyosho TF5 (149/74) (3.0mm)
TRF 415(169/59) (3.0mm)
TRF 416 (172/58) (3.0mm)
Xray T1/ T2 / 007 (169/60) (3.0mm)
Xray T2 008 (169/61) (3.0mm)
AE TC5 (172/64) (3.75mm)
RDX/Phi (169/62/70/71) (3.0mm)
Mi2/3 (171/60) (3.6mm)
S400 (167/59) (3.5mm)
that is beautiful. one tweak added.
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Old 03-06-2009, 08:32 AM   #20
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The Cyclone belts are 3.0mm wide.
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Old 03-11-2009, 11:55 PM   #21
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whats up everyone the Robotronics Avid is 185T/62T
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Old 05-07-2009, 09:35 AM   #22
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another update

HB Cyclone (169/62) (3.0mm)
HB Cyclone TC (170/63) (3.25mm)
Yokomo BD (172/63) (3.0mm)
Kyosho TF5 (149/74) (3.0mm)
TRF 415(169/59) (3.0mm)
TRF 416 (172/58) (3.0mm)
Xray T1/ T2 / 007 (169/60) (3.0mm)
Xray T2 008 (169/61) (3.0mm)
AE TC5 (172/64) (3.5mm)
RDX/Phi (169/62/70/71) (3.0mm)
Mi2/3 (171/60) (3.6mm)
S400 (167/59) (3.5mm)
Robitronics Avid (185/62) (3.00mm)
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Old 05-07-2009, 10:09 AM   #23
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You should do them in order from the nost tooth belt to the less tooth belt that would be cool

Good to know that belts are interchangable from cars
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Old 05-07-2009, 10:14 AM   #24
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HB Cyclone (169/62) (3.0mm)
HB Cyclone TC (170/63) (3.25mm)
Yokomo BD (172/63) (3.0mm)
Kyosho TF5 (149/74) (3.0mm)
TRF 415(169/59) (3.0mm)
TRF 416 (172/58) (3.0mm)
Xray T1/ T2 / 007 (169/60) (3.0mm)
Xray T2 008 (169/61) (3.0mm)
AE TC5 (172/64) (3.5mm)
RDX/Phi (169/62/70/71) (3.0mm)
Mi2/3 (171/60) (3.6mm)
S400 (167/59) (3.5mm)
Robitronics Avid (185/62) (3.00mm)
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Great resource! I've been trying to source belts for my car as the oem belts are no longer available in the US!

I'll add one, and will probably be the only one to care it's on the list :

Kawada SV10 Alcyon (172/57) 3.0 mm
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Old 05-07-2009, 11:23 AM   #26
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These 3mm pitch belts are not just used on RC cars. There are suppliers you can buy directly from. I don't know of any off hand but a little online research should find a parts house.
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The belt manufacturers like bando and mitsuboshi, they sell their belts by 1 sleeve. 1 sleeve can be cut into 70 to 90 belts, depending on the width you want to be cut. The retailer have the cutting machine.

If you have group of friends willing to buy 5 belts at once, you'll be surprice each belt only cost you few dollars.

Most RC belts are coded S3M XXX, S3M means 3mm pitch, and XXX means the total length of belt in mm. Divide the length ( XXX) by 3, and you get the number of teeth.
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The belt manufacturers like bando and mitsuboshi, they sell their belts by 1 sleeve. 1 sleeve can be cut into 70 to 90 belts, depending on the width you want to be cut. The retailer have the cutting machine.

If you have group of friends willing to buy 5 belts at once, you'll be surprice each belt only cost you few dollars.

Most RC belts are coded S3M XXX, S3M means 3mm pitch, and XXX means the total length of belt in mm. Divide the length ( XXX) by 3, and you get the number of teeth.

Here is where I get my belts from
http://www.gatespowerpro.com/Comerge...TOKEN=68572846
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Thanks for the link ....... but I don't see 3.5mm or 4mm width in there

I live outside USA...... The last time I contact Gates was Gates's distributor in my country, the sales lady wanted me to buy 1 sleeve
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Great resource! I've been trying to source belts for my car as the oem belts are no longer available in the US!

I'll add one, and will probably be the only one to care it's on the list :

Kawada SV10 Alcyon (172/57) 3.0 mm
obviously, the front is easy. here's your rear:

http://www3.omnimodels.com/cgi-bin/w...I=CEGC1104&P=0
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