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Old 04-16-2009, 09:13 PM   #1
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Do the LCD's allow for increased steering angle of the front wheels without binding? When I do a full turn, the wheels chatter and vibrate up and down.
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Do the LCD's allow for increased steering angle of the front wheels without binding? When I do a full turn, the wheels chatter and vibrate up and down.
Your exactly correct - they work very well
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Old 04-16-2009, 09:52 PM   #3
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Nice!

Are the shaft lengths different between the JRX-S and the type R?
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Are the shaft lengths different between the JRX-S and the type R?
Yes, very different since the first gen car ran shorter A arms. So the LCD's and the CVD's are shorter on that car. Only way you would use the shorter LCD's on the R is when you are running a oneway. Short arms can be a tuning option on the R from the first car, but no one has every really run them.
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I'm bummed how Hot Bodies/HPI took the LCD design, made it for the Cyclone, and called it something different.
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Just checked the HB site and it looks like the cyclone runs standard cvd's?

Do the Losi LCD's short or long fit any other car?
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Just checked the HB site and it looks like the cyclone runs standard cvd's?

Do the Losi LCD's short or long fit any other car?

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I believe this could be LOSA3344 of type R
If the Wheel hexes must be from Losi, then how about the Lock nuts, must also from the same brand?
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