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Old 06-08-2010, 10:51 AM   #1
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Just a quick question

Is the instruction manual the same as the cyclone TC
or is there a specific one I need
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just use the moorespeed edition manual..
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couple more questions

what main chassis does this car use
HB 70728 or
HB 67702

I am also looking for a diff rebuild kit but I am having trouble locating anything

any help would be great
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couple more questions

what main chassis does this car use
HB 70728 or
HB 67702

I am also looking for a diff rebuild kit but I am having trouble locating anything

any help would be great
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The original, Hara and Surikarn edition cars came with the 70728 chassis. The newer TC comes with the 67702. These are interchangeable between all cars(excluding the TCX). The TC chassis adds larger batter slots that use plastic inserts to run 6cell packs. It also adds holes to add the ATC posts in front and back. Both are also 2.5mm thick.

I don't think there's a complete rebuild kit for the older diff design. You'll have to piece together the 2mm and 2.4mm balls, rings, washers, diff screw and such to rebuild it.

I would suggest you look at getting a complete #67720 Pro-Spec diff assembly. This is the new diff design that comes standard with the Cyclone TC and it drops right into your Surikarn edition. It uses larger balls, rings and uses a much beefier diff screw assembly which stands up to the torque of todays BL motors. This diff is butter smooth and stays smoother longer. It also comes standard with ceramic 3mm balls.

Just a suggestion.
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do you have the blue brushless motor mount? I have an extra one in bag. it makes a differents when using bigger pinions.
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thanks for the replies

yes i have the blue motor mount

what other parts do you have??

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I also have a new in box Andy Moore world edition cyclone.
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i have a 3.5 chassis and upper deck used for one weekend need to sell
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