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Old 03-29-2007, 09:50 AM   #7786
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ive been looking around online and havent been able to find a delrin spool or ball diff for my cyclone, does anyone know where I could find these?
thanks guys
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there are no delrin spools available... they would easily break.
go with the newer version 3 spool that is found on the WCE.
ball diffs are available... try tower.
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Old 03-29-2007, 10:30 AM   #7787
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Anybody know of some hobby shop(s) within the USA, besides Stormer, Speedtech, Tower that have the following parts in stock? (Prefer to stay within USA, unless shipping is "reasonable" for out of this country.)
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  • Front Ball diff
  • Locked layshaft pin/rod
  • 16 tooth alum. pulley
I checked all the sites listed above and am looking for a one stop deal. I know tower has everything but the layshaft. I want to snag all it in one shopping trip and was hoping maybe someone knows of a shop around here that has what I need.


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Old 03-29-2007, 10:59 AM   #7788
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Dont worry it is in good hands and still kicking ass
How do you figure? It only made it to the B-Main at the Novak! HA HA!

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Old 03-29-2007, 11:11 AM   #7789
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hey stephen,

you wont need brakes in stock.i actually use roll throttle when i do run stock.all of the cars chatter with a spool when you turn the wheel to lock.you dont need that much steering.adjust the push out of the car and you will find the car to be really smoothe in the corners.a spool is the way to go buddy.once you get the car the way you like it you will never run a one way.
thanks for your help jason!.how do i adjust the push of the car though?
thanks stephen.
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Old 03-29-2007, 01:14 PM   #7790
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any 64 dp spur will fit as long as its smaller than 108 as this size sticks out of the chassis
I don't think any 64pitch will work because I got one from another maker and the holes didn't match.
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Old 03-29-2007, 01:28 PM   #7791
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I don't think any 64pitch will work because I got one from another maker and the holes didn't match.
which make was that? the rw ones fit but you can only use 2 screws
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Old 03-29-2007, 03:48 PM   #7792
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hey guys
ive been looking around online and havent been able to find a delrin spool or ball diff for my cyclone, does anyone know where I could find these?
thanks guys
-randy
Aluminium/Delrin spool :

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=140508

http://blogsperso.orange.fr/web/jsp...p?blogID=127906

Very good quality.
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Old 03-29-2007, 04:31 PM   #7793
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How do you figure? It only made it to the B-Main at the Novak! HA HA!

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Speaking of which how are your shock shafts holding up
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Old 03-29-2007, 05:04 PM   #7794
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thanks for your help jason!.how do i adjust the push of the car though?
thanks stephen.
i will post my spool setup as soon as i get it right.im almost there.
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Old 03-29-2007, 11:57 PM   #7795
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Does anyone know if the hellfire hinge pins are the same as the cyclone ones?

They are both 3x45mm but they are actually in stock in a few stores....
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yes fit !
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i will post my spool setup as soon as i get it right.im almost there.
ok thanks jason
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Hey guys, couple of questions. I picked up a regular black Cyclone back when Stormer still had them for $199, and I've already bent both (actually, one broke..) front cvd bones. I know there are version 1 and 2 styles of cvd bones, but I need to know if the HD front universals (part # 61043) will fit the front of my car without swapping out any other parts (outdrive cups, cvd couplings, etc..). Also, is anyone running the Novak 13.5 Pro (sintered) motor with rubber tires on asphalt, and if so what gearing are you running? I'm trying to get my car sorted before next weekend, but I need to order some new driveshafts and pinions to get everything fixed and this motor geared correctly. I keep reading that it needs a gigantic pinion in order to reach it's sweet spot. Currently, I'm running an X-stock geared 39/100. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Hey guys, couple of questions. I picked up a regular black Cyclone back when Stormer still had them for $199, and I've already bent both (actually, one broke..) front cvd bones. I know there are version 1 and 2 styles of cvd bones, but I need to know if the HD front universals (part # 61043) will fit the front of my car without swapping out any other parts (outdrive cups, cvd couplings, etc..).
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Hey guys, couple of questions. I picked up a regular black Cyclone back when Stormer still had them for $199, and I've already bent both (actually, one broke..) front cvd bones. I know there are version 1 and 2 styles of cvd bones, but I need to know if the HD front universals (part # 61043) will fit the front of my car without swapping out any other parts (outdrive cups, cvd couplings, etc..). Also, is anyone running the Novak 13.5 Pro (sintered) motor with rubber tires on asphalt, and if so what gearing are you running? I'm trying to get my car sorted before next weekend, but I need to order some new driveshafts and pinions to get everything fixed and this motor geared correctly. I keep reading that it needs a gigantic pinion in order to reach it's sweet spot. Currently, I'm running an X-stock geared 39/100. Any help is greatly appreciated.
I ran my 13.5 with sintered rotor for the first time yesterday at a club meeting and found that 4.67 was quite good this is a medium sized track which consist of 2 netball courts. But in saying that i believe i'd be better of with 4.8 FDR with rubber tyres

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