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Old 11-24-2015, 09:57 AM   #376
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Old 11-24-2015, 11:56 AM   #377
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Hi,

i studied the manual and it seems to take very long to get the diffs out for an oil-change. You have to remove the Topdeck, remove the Gearbox from the chassis and then split the Diffcase to get one of that diffs.
Can anyone confirm it or isn't it that bad?
This could be a dealbreaker for the YZ-4 against the XB4 2016.
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Come on now. You've got this on your own. Enter the names into a Google search and you'll be right there. I enter "Mibosport" and it's the first website that is returned in the search. R & D Japan stands for Race & Drift Japan. LMR is Lee Martin Racing.
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Hi,

i studied the manual and it seems to take very long to get the diffs out for an oil-change. You have to remove the Topdeck, remove the Gearbox from the chassis and then split the Diffcase to get one of that diffs.
Can anyone confirm it or isn't it that bad?
This could be a dealbreaker for the YZ-4 against the XB4 2016.
It does look like around 20 screws orso. I'm fine with that, Hitachi power driver.
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Sorry for the newbie question but on the servo horn is it supposed to be mounted offset like on the yz2 or mounted straight? pictures are not accurate around the web

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I mounted mine straight but just wondering if this is correct
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Old 11-24-2015, 01:58 PM   #381
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Double check your manual

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Come on now. You've got this on your own. Enter the names into a Google search and you'll be right there. I enter "Mibosport" and it's the first website that is returned in the search. R & D Japan stands for Race & Drift Japan. LMR is Lee Martin Racing.
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Hi guys, trying to check something with the Yz-2 fr rear hangar... Am able to see its the same width as the "s" kit link... Looks close to same squat if I run arrow up on the insert... However, to get 2 degrees do I also need the spacer from the Yz-2 under the hangar?

I think I need to in order to not have the insert foul the chassis, but would not mind confirmation of how you guys are running it!

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In regard to the above question, I see that the YZ-4 setup sheet indicates a new rear rear mount for the car... Z4-300SRR. Unfortunately I have not seen it listed on any sites yet.
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In regard to the above question, I see that the YZ-4 setup sheet indicates a new rear rear mount for the car... Z4-300SRR. Unfortunately I have not seen it listed on any sites yet.
MIBOSport has them in stock brother.
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No problemo Brudda. If you want one now I would hit up their site. Looks like they have 10 in stock.
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Do AE 12mm pistons fit in the x33 shocks?
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Do AE 12mm pistons fit in the x33 shocks?
I am not positive brudda, however VRP pistons for Yok x33 shocks are a direct fit AE 12mm shocks. Thus one would think yes but I am not positive how well the fit would be. They may fit perfa, or they could be a bit loose or a bit tight.

Sorry I am unable provide a concrete answer to your question my friend
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Buggy should be here friday so i'll see then.
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