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Old 11-18-2013, 06:11 PM   #3046
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Thank you racers.. For the advice and recommendation.. It apppears it's better for me to get the proper BD7 kit.. And yes Beth I'm from Sydney, and will be racing at werc once my TC is ready..
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Old 11-18-2013, 08:06 PM   #3047
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the bd7 is very picky on spur gear. so far only the Panaracer brand fits because it's the official brand. there might be other brands but i haven't figure out yet.

the car comes with a 116 tooth 64 pitch gear which is too big for 21.5 motor. you'll need to buy a 92-96 tooth spur. preferably a 92 tooth if you can find it. 96 is more popular though and most hobby shop carries it.

your FDR will probably range from 3.4 to 3.8. so just get the appropriate pinion gears.

for spare parts, just get the arms, c-hubs, steering knuckles and bottom king pin screws. it's a somewhat durable car despite popular believes. nothing else should break in a small to medium crash.
I have been running kimbrough, Serpent, xray and even the panaracer spur gears. You just need the flat philips screws from tamiya - part 51211, and then all spurs fit with no issues.

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Old 11-19-2013, 04:03 AM   #3048
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I have been running kimbrough, Serpent, xray and even the panaracer spur gears. You just need the flat philips screws from tamiya - part 51211, and then all spurs fit with no issues.

the other trick is to use flat head screws
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I have started using RW spur gears however i countersunk the holes on em and used small counter sunk screws to achieve a perfect fit.
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Old 11-19-2013, 01:52 PM   #3050
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Ok.. So i will get 92 tooth spur gear as preferred,... How many tooth should my motor gear be to get aFDR of 3.4 ? Thanks in advance.
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are these the 4.5mm hubs? if not who sells them thank you

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...:X:AAQ:US:1123
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are these the 4.5mm hubs? if not who sells them thank you

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...:X:AAQ:US:1123
Those are the 4mm hubs with 0.5mm and 1mm wheel shims.
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Those are the 4mm hubs with 0.5mm and 1mm wheel shims.
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I have been running kimbrough, Serpent, xray and even the panaracer spur gears. You just need the flat philips screws from tamiya - part 51211, and then all spurs fit with no issues.

thanks for the tips.
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Old 11-20-2013, 07:09 PM   #3057
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bd7 2014 come out....should be hitting the store end of december !
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Not much about the BD7 2014

http://www.teamyokomo.eu/yokomo-euro...ember-in-stock

Full specifications
[Feature of BD7 2014]

1) Capable to use large sized Pinion Gear for adapting high geared driving

2) Renewed Motor mount position in the middle of main chassis

3) Hard Anodized Aluminum shock cylinder (i can't tell, but the shocks look different)









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The black series
http://www.teamyokomo.eu/yokomo-euro...ember-in-stock

or the blue
http://www.teamyokomo.eu/yokomo-euro...ember-in-stock
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ok so we have a new motor mount and new shock bodies,

will glad i didnt wait,

From google translate

BD7-2014 to benefiting from home-European touring car, achieve a normal evolution of true. Japan, as well as to prove their ability in a race around the world, while rivals take each year lag, it ticks away brilliant step to the next stage one step ahead again.
Place in the center of the chassis motor mount, redesigned the shape of the steering bell crank, while increasing the driving feel, 2014 has achieved a balance of grip and cornering speed. Also, I give a hard anodized lubrication of high quality to shock cylinder, significantly reduces the resistance of the internal shock, gap of road surface slightly absorbed supple, increases operability significantly. In addition to the standard kit of blue anodized, black series with a brightness such as the black diamond a certain dignity as (limited model) special edition this time comes!
BD7's running looks even reached the realm of art at last!

Not chased the times, real specs to make pressed for time will be proven in your driving.

Main Specifications
● The Beruejji all black anodized and realization (BLACK SERIES) looks more luxury 漂
● Promoting the low center of gravity and optimization of chassis rigidity in the new design motor mount
● Spread the gear ratio setting width, Compatible with various regulation
● The redesigned steering bell crank, and can cope with changes in suspension alignment
● shock cylinder was subjected to hard anodized lubrication reduces the resistance of the internal shock
■ competition 4WD belt drive touring car
■ Optimize the twist of the chassis parts in the configuration of symmetrical
■ Separate aluminum suspension mount (front rear front-rear)
■ Front aluminum solid axle
■ Rear differential gear
■ lightweight plastic belt tension cam
■ stabilizer standard equipment before and after
■ large capacity aluminum oil shock
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