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Old 07-25-2006, 04:33 PM   #4771
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nope,no mistake
are you using grey (molded) pistons? if your piston is machined where did you get it?
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Old 07-25-2006, 04:43 PM   #4772
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are you using grey (molded) pistons? if your piston is machined where did you get it?
Im actually using pistons from "X" brand car
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Old 07-25-2006, 06:29 PM   #4773
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Jason, did you have any spools left?
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Old 07-25-2006, 06:35 PM   #4774
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i have the last one in my car now.i will start the new run probably next week.
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Old 07-25-2006, 06:37 PM   #4775
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Im actually using pistons from "X" brand car
xbrand being xray? they fit?

that would be nice, having 1.1x3 and 1.2x2 as the only commonly avail machined pistons kinda sux
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Old 07-25-2006, 06:38 PM   #4776
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xbrand being xray? they fit?

that would be nice, having 1.1x3 and 1.2x2 as the only commonly avail machined pistons kinda sux
I cannot confirm or deny
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going to 2mm shims gives the car more steering.the 4mm stock setting pushes like a dog with a spool

Pushes like a "Dirtydog" , don't you mean....
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Old 07-25-2006, 07:47 PM   #4778
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Pushes like a "Dirtydog" , don't you mean....

yeah,that too
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Old 07-25-2006, 10:22 PM   #4779
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I cannot confirm or deny
ok let me ask a different question.

are xray pistons only available in molded nylon?
is there a seperate part or part tree containing only the fixed (non adjustable) pistons?
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ok let me ask a different question.

are xray pistons only available in molded nylon?
is there a seperate part or part tree containing only the fixed (non adjustable) pistons?
Xray shocks can either be assmebled as externally adjustable, or fixed piston sizes.
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Xray shocks can either be assmebled as externally adjustable, or fixed piston sizes.
hehe, that in no way answers my question!

are the pistons only available in molded nylon?
do i have to buy the parts tree that has both the adjustable & non-adjustable pistons? or are the non-adjustable pistons availabe alone?
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Old 07-26-2006, 07:33 PM   #4782
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hehe, that in no way answers my question!

are the pistons only available in molded nylon?
do i have to buy the parts tree that has both the adjustable & non-adjustable pistons? or are the non-adjustable pistons availabe alone?
I believe you have to buy them together, in pairs.
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I like to find out, what is the difference between the normal buckhead and the Hara/Surikarn edition buckhead? strengthen,long lasting?

Is anyone using Hara/Surikarn edition Cyclone?
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I like to find out, what is the difference between the normal buckhead and the Hara/Surikarn edition buckhead? strengthen,long lasting?

Is anyone using Hara/Surikarn edition Cyclone?
Hey Dude,
are you mad or i am crazy or you predict dunno? you are not a good Cyclone fans. Hara and Surikarn edition came out for so long time and i do not believe that you not visit their web site to find out what is the differents between the normal version and pro version. of course if the bulkhead is not strengthen or long lasting what for they they redesign.
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Hey Dude,
are you mad or i am crazy or you predict dunno? you are not a good Cyclone fans. Hara and Surikarn edition came out for so long time and i do not believe that you not visit their web site to find out what is the differents between the normal version and pro version. of course if the bulkhead is not strengthen or long lasting what for they they redesign.
wah even you all are buddy also no need to say like that! i sure that here have a lot of people using Hara and Surikarn Edi especially me hahahahr
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