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Old 01-17-2015, 07:39 AM   #166
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Same options as bmax2. kit spur is 80 tooth.
Was looking to use a 69-71 spur.
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I have a 69 and 72 ae spur on their way. My normal prostock ratio is 34/69 so I will see if that fits.
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I have a 69 and 72 ae spur on their way. My normal prostock ratio is 34/69 so I will see if that fits.
Do you have part number?
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Old 01-17-2015, 09:12 AM   #169
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I'd recommend getting the JConcepts spurs instead, they are precisely machined and run much smoother than the AE ones. #2101 for the 72T, #2150 for the 69T version.
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Old 01-17-2015, 11:49 AM   #170
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My kit came today. Can someone confirm B5 Wheels fit front and rear.
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Old 01-17-2015, 12:08 PM   #171
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My kit came today. Can someone confirm B5 Wheels fit front and rear.
Yup they will.
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I'm noticed amain has Gullwing arms and tower as option parts. What would changing to those do for handling?
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Is the ball diff that fits from the bmax2??


[YOKB2-500MR]???
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I'm noticed amain has Gullwing arms and tower as option parts. What would changing to those do for handling?
When I ran the b5m this is what we noticed...

Gullwings = aggressive initial
Flat = smoother overall

You can go into the B5m thread and still information they have already found about the differences in the arms.
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Is the ball diff that fits from the bmax2?? [YOKB2-500MR]???
Yes
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YZ-2 is on the way... Seems like MLK day is going to stretch out the shipping time a little.
Pumped to get the car!!
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Anyone run on dirt yet? how was it?
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Anyone run on dirt yet? how was it?
Not here. but shocks to rear, ball diff and it will be spot on.
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Will the B5m Schelle slipper system work? Also, what is the tuning difference for the rear shocks on the front or rear of arm? I've never seen this before so I'm confused what I should do. Finally, what are the kit pistons sizes? All I saw was 1,2 or 3. I have 3x1.4's and all the stock B5m pistons, can I use them?

Super excited to start mine, just not sure where to start setup wise for indoor clay.
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Huse ran the car on dirt. I believe he put up his shock package.
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