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Old 06-01-2009, 12:02 PM
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Thanks for the reply; but as I said -- no parts avail till ???? all are b/o .I am asking if any other mfg. diff will fit.
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I would like to let everyone know that we have #67699 DCJ Drive Shaft Set (1pcs) in stock now. You can also order it drectly from us if you can not find it at your LHS.

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Old 06-01-2009, 01:02 PM
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Does anyone know when the next generation Cyclone will be released? I saw Andy Moore running a really cool looking prototype at ETS. There seems to be a lot of changes, probably more than 50% of the parts are new.
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There was(quick) an interview with Hara from the worlds that ive only just seen where he eludes to a new car being available late 09 early 10,
does anyone know if the lack of available cars/parts atm has anything to do with this fact?

and how different?


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Originally Posted by billythekid View Post
Does anyone know when the next generation Cyclone will be released? I saw Andy Moore running a really cool looking prototype at ETS. There seems to be a lot of changes, probably more than 50% of the parts are new.
were do you found this pics?
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Originally Posted by Coldn View Post
were do you found this pics?
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I looked at those pics and there is nothing that I see that looks so new and fresh......looks like a Moore edition. Do elaborate on the "new design" that makes those cars any different than what we have seen out of the HPI/Hot Bodies camp.
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well how about a 1 piece top deck as well as a new servo position and steering setup

and if you notice he is using the older style swaybar linkage
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Originally Posted by RaceAce701 View Post
well how about a 1 piece top deck as well as a new servo position and steering setup

and if you notice he is using the older style swaybar linkage
Ok, I will give you that...doesnt make this car an evolution in design by any stretch. What Schumacher did with the mi4, now THAT is fresh!
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Old 06-02-2009, 08:28 AM
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Its obvious he is testing stuff the same as Volker was a couple months ago.When the new car comes out hopefully its a far leap in performance because the Cyclone still is as good as any other car out there even though its almost 5 years old in design.Nevermind the troll here fellas.He is back now from a hiatus that many thought was permanent.Just ignore him.
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Originally Posted by racenut123 View Post
Its obvious he is testing stuff the same as Volker was a couple months ago.When the new car comes out hopefully its a far leap in performance because the Cyclone still is as good as any other car out there even though its almost 5 years old in design.Nevermind the troll here fellas.He is back now from a hiatus that many thought was permanent.Just ignore him.

Racenut, what is your effin problem? Where did I say the Cyclone isnt a capable car? I was just asking simply because in looking around the net, I havent really seen anything abuzz as it relates to the Cyclone. Troll, yea, and you are the epitome of a blog information specialist. Look, ignore me if you want, I dont care. You are a speck of insignificance that meant nothing to me before, you mean nothing to me now and will mean nothing to me moving forward.

Now, if anyone has anything additional you can provide with out anger filled tripe, I would appreciate it.
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Just like I thought.
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Originally Posted by racenut123 View Post
Just like I thought.
You mean to tell me you had a "thought"....I'm shocked. And all this time, I was under the impression you scanned the boards to comment and critique, label and berate.....AMAZING!
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I noticed that Moore was running a modified rear hinge pin block in the front.The HB guys were doing the same at the Reedy to slightly widen the front arm track.I am hoping they don't go to the Tamiya style steering rack like we saw on this car and Volker's car.Maybe Hiro or Korey could elaborate.
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Originally Posted by bxpitbull View Post
You mean to tell me you had a "thought"....I'm shocked. And all this time, I was under the impression you scanned the boards to comment and critique, label and berate.....AMAZING!
Hey! That's my job you're talking about!!!!
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