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Old 08-07-2007, 12:22 PM   #9391
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it look like same size as the spur adaptor.
That's what I thought too... and was thinking it might be 19T to get a 2.052 transmission ratio.



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2.0 transmission: 36/18
the belts are very very loose at the moment... looking for front/rear belts that are 1 tooth less than stock.
for now this is what I'm using:
(2) sets of 3Racing red belt tension cams
(2) sets of 3Racing 18T pulleys
(1) rear belt tensioner
(2) Pro3 36T diff pulleys... one of them you'll need to ream out to fit the one-way or spool.
able to get to a 4.6fdr using a 106/46 5cell for 10.5bl.

2.1666 transmission: 39/18
(1) Yok BD rear belt 189mm 63T
(1) Mi3 front belt 510mm 171T
(2) sets of 3Racing red belt tension cams
(2) sets of 3Racing 18T pulleys
the yok rear belt is a perfect fit.. waiting on the Mi3 belt to arrive. and I'll confirm fit. with the stock front belt..it's way way too Tight!! don't try it!

if you do order the 18T 3racing pulleys..make sure you also order some replacement pulleys... they are made for the TAO5..but fit the cyclone mounts and come 2ea.. 16/17/18T

pics of the 18T pulley installed and 3Racing 5cell chassis.
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Old 08-07-2007, 02:41 PM   #9392
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Looks like the prototype HB 18T pulley that was mentioned a few pages back.

where did you get the diff covers from
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hi guys i am calling it shock ceepage when you see the top of your shock cap the black part wet even though you tighten it very tight always see little dampness any ideas.
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Old 08-07-2007, 03:02 PM   #9394
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where did you get the diff covers from
instead of buying them... make your own
if you have a circle cutter and some vinyl decal sheets..
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Old 08-07-2007, 10:30 PM   #9395
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have any of you purchased the middle heat sink from jet racing? i bought one but it has round indentions where the spur gear mounts
giving the bearings room to move up and down about 1/16" whereas the carbon one keeps the bearings snug. should i run this or keep the carbon and toss the jet one as a poorly designed aftermarket item?
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Old 08-08-2007, 05:42 AM   #9396
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Hi,

I am a newbie here... can you guys help me?

Does anyone had fitted a trackpower lipo battery pack on the andy moore cyclone? what is the best way to do it?

With the stock pulley's diff and center, what is the best pinion/spur combination to use with a BL motor?

To calculate the final ratio with the stock pulley's what should i use? (spur/pinion)*2.4375?

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Old 08-08-2007, 12:17 PM   #9397
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Hi,

I am a newbie here... can you guys help me?

Does anyone had fitted a trackpower lipo battery pack on the andy moore cyclone? what is the best way to do it?

With the stock pulley's diff and center, what is the best pinion/spur combination to use with a BL motor?

To calculate the final ratio with the stock pulley's what should i use? (spur/pinion)*2.4375?

Best regards,

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http://gearchart.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=chart.create

Theres the HB Cyclone is the cars selection, choose your spur, and your pinion till you find the fdr that you need

What BL motor is it?

And I dont know if those gold packs fit or not, cant help you there.
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Old 08-08-2007, 02:19 PM   #9398
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Hi,

I am a newbie here... can you guys help me?

Does anyone had fitted a trackpower lipo battery pack on the andy moore cyclone? what is the best way to do it?

With the stock pulley's diff and center, what is the best pinion/spur combination to use with a BL motor?

To calculate the final ratio with the stock pulley's what should i use? (spur/pinion)*2.4375?

Best regards,

Rodrigo

I would either try to shim the play out of the aftermarket one or use the stock one.

You are gunna munch your spur gear if you run it loose
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Get to work you fatherless child.
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Hi,

I am a newbie here... can you guys help me?

Does anyone had fitted a trackpower lipo battery pack on the andy moore cyclone? what is the best way to do it?

With the stock pulley's diff and center, what is the best pinion/spur combination to use with a BL motor?

To calculate the final ratio with the stock pulley's what should i use? (spur/pinion)*2.4375?

Best regards,

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I know at least two guys who used that Lipo in the Cyclone, F. Cordeiro and M. Macieira.
They can for sure solve you any doubt about this issue.
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Is there more clearance for the battery, if you use the brushless motor mount?
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Is there more clearance for the battery, if you use the brushless motor mount?
NoÖ itís only a vertical adjustment to the layshaft
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That's what I thought too... and was thinking it might be 19T to get a 2.052 transmission ratio.



For those that PM'd me...

2.0 transmission: 36/18
the belts are very very loose at the moment... looking for front/rear belts that are 1 tooth less than stock.
for now this is what I'm using:
(2) sets of 3Racing red belt tension cams
(2) sets of 3Racing 18T pulleys
(1) rear belt tensioner
(2) Pro3 36T diff pulleys... one of them you'll need to ream out to fit the one-way or spool.
able to get to a 4.6fdr using a 106/46 5cell for 10.5bl.

2.1666 transmission: 39/18
(1) Yok BD rear belt 189mm 63T
(1) Mi3 front belt 510mm 171T
(2) sets of 3Racing red belt tension cams
(2) sets of 3Racing 18T pulleys
the yok rear belt is a perfect fit.. waiting on the Mi3 belt to arrive. and I'll confirm fit. with the stock front belt..it's way way too Tight!! don't try it!

if you do order the 18T 3racing pulleys..make sure you also order some replacement pulleys... they are made for the TAO5..but fit the cyclone mounts and come 2ea.. 16/17/18T

pics of the 18T pulley installed and 3Racing 5cell chassis.

WOA! I just noteced the 5th bodt post!

Did you put a grub screw into the post, and then twist the post tight into the top of the servo saver spring?

What all do I need to do that mod? I want to do that!
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Is there more clearance for the battery, if you use the brushless motor mount?
no about the same amount of clearence.. only the spur moves up approx 2mm.
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