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Old 06-02-2009, 11:07 PM   #1
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Default Looking to upgrade differentials HB cyclone S

I am looking to uprgrade the diffs in my car

I am fairly new to RC and I am not sure what i am looking for, If anyone could please help me out with parts that would be great

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Old 06-02-2009, 11:58 PM   #2
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I am looking to uprgrade the diffs in my car

I am fairly new to RC and I am not sure what i am looking for, If anyone could please help me out with parts that would be great

Mike
The Pro-spec ball diff from Hotbodies (#67720) is a perfect choice for upgrade the stock diff in Cyclone S. It's hold up pretty good even on Mod motor. The old one is using 2mm diff screw but the Pro-spec's is 2.6mm which is a lot stronger. It comes with 3mm ceramic ball which is bigger than the one before(3/32). It gives a silk smooth feel and it last a lot longer too.
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The pro spec is your best choice but if you need a less expensive option the diff halves from 3 racing worked well for me. Use the HB blades though.. the 3racing ones won't last long.
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