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Old 07-06-2006, 08:20 AM   #736
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Josh Cyrul's Kyosho, from the Team Hybrid blog
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Old 07-06-2006, 08:40 AM   #737
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looks like he is still working on his own design... lots of good stuff there.
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Old 07-06-2006, 09:08 AM   #738
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2 photos from Orion. Looks very interesting indeed.

Anyone got photo with motor on? I think it secure motor from right motor bulkhead, with a long shim between bulkhead and motor, anyone able to confirm it?
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Old 07-06-2006, 09:21 AM   #739
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2 photos from Orion. Looks very interesting indeed.

Anyone got photo with motor on? I think it secure motor from right motor bulkhead, with a long shim between bulkhead and motor, anyone able to confirm it?
Wow! Looks like the Yokomo offroader with onroad shoes. I am sure there are many details that make it different.

Anyone willing to spend the money on the Yokomo and convert it to try that layout?
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Old 07-06-2006, 09:45 AM   #740
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Wow! Looks like the Yokomo offroader with onroad shoes. I am sure there are many details that make it different.

Anyone willing to spend the money on the Yokomo and convert it to try that layout?
In fact there is convertion kit for TA05 to turn TA05 into similar layout
http://www.raijin.com/crest/ta05/ta_05pro.html

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In fact there is convertion kit for TA05 to turn TA05 into similar layout
http://www.raijin.com/crest/ta05/ta_05pro.html
Very nice!! Where can I get one??

It looks like the only difference is the layout of the electrics. In Josh's case, I guess he is trying to put more weight forward to balance the battery weight in the rear.
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Old 07-06-2006, 06:01 PM   #742
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Josh Cyrul's Kyosho, from the Team Hybrid blog

Now this is what I have been talking about - this is the car I'm waiting for!
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Old 07-06-2006, 07:05 PM   #743
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Now this is what I have been talking about - this is the car I'm waiting for!
That would be "whole" bunch of us.. I'm not dissing Josh or Mark..But neither Mark or Josh have been doing a lot of racing like the rest of the "world" class drivers have. Mark is one of the best drivers around but still if you want to see a "stacked" team look at Tamiya.
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Sup All I am a rdx/trf 415 owner but I think I will let the rdx go for the tf5 stallion looks like a good car anyone else going to try it ?
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OK wich one of these Kyosho "Belt" cars would you like them to make?

Car 1 the latest prototype they had at the worlds.


Car 2 the TF-5 Stallion we've been seeing for the last few months.


Car 3 the car that Cyrul ran at the worlds.


Car 1 is more than likely the car that Kyosho will produce. This is just for fun and wanted to know others opinions on these chassis.
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Old 07-08-2006, 10:32 PM   #746
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the one that's best for carpet
but honestly though if car #3 is the best car for carpet then maybe they should call that one the carpet spec and put both out at the same time
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car 3 looks like a street weapon with a carbon double deck chassis.
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My choice would be #2, Looks like the layout of a TA05..and that's not a "bad" thing either. Car #3 looks good as well but I'm not a big fan of saddle packs. Car #2 is still the best looking car of all three..
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cars 1 and 2 look like they could be the same car. the belts are reversed in relation to the spur gear, but that doesn't look like a big deal.
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cars 1 and 2 look like they could be the same car. the belts are reversed in relation to the spur gear, but that doesn't look like a big deal.
The biggest differance to me between car 1 and 2 is that on car 1 the batteries tuck under the right rear bulkhead a bit making the car narrower. On car 2 the bulkheads dont allow that making the car a bit wider (I know the pic I posted doesn't show this). Also car 1 the rear bulkheads/motor mount are all 1 piece but on car 2 they are seperate, and the motor sits further foward on car 2.

I like Cyrul's car just cause its different. It would be cool if he made a CEFX conversion since it's not likely that Kyosho would build his car.

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