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Old 12-17-2013, 03:02 PM   #3241
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Here's a pdf I uploaded on our site. It's for the HPI Flux, but it works...
https://reflexracing.3dcartstores.co...ushV31_55T.pdf
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if only I had a translator

here are all the new part numbers,

http://www.teamyokomo.com/news/order...d714_parts.pdf

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if only I had a translator

here are all the new part numbers,

http://www.teamyokomo.com/news/order...d714_parts.pdf

Beth.
Nice! I'll take the short shock set please!
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Old 12-17-2013, 07:34 PM   #3244
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if only I had a translator

here are all the new part numbers,

http://www.teamyokomo.com/news/order...d714_parts.pdf

Beth.
Nice to see all option parts available in Black

http://translate.google.com/#ja/en/
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Nice to see all option parts available in Black

http://translate.google.com/#ja/en/
No... it's not nice... because I'll want one even more!!!
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Old 12-17-2013, 07:42 PM   #3246
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yeah I know, for some reason my PC doesn't copy the Japanese characters out of adobe ?

interesting the haven't given us the update c-hub part yet, but the short shock kit does look interesting
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Old 12-17-2013, 07:50 PM   #3247
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yeah I know, for some reason my PC doesn't copy the Japanese characters out of adobe ?

interesting the haven't given us the update c-hub part yet, but the short shock kit does look interesting
I use Chrome to read/copy data from pdf

BD7-2014 用 新規パーツ注文書 A ( ブルー&共通パーツ )
BD7-2014 for new parts order form A (Blue and common parts)

BD7-2014 用 新規パーツ注文書 B ( ブルー&共通パーツ )
BD7-2014 for new parts order form B (blue and common parts)

BD7-2014 用 新規パーツ注文書 C ( ブラック用パーツ )
BD7-2014 for new parts order form C (black parts)

BD7-2014 用 新規パーツ注文書 D ( ブラック用パーツ )
BD7-2014 for new parts order form D (black parts)

BD7-2014 用 新規パーツ注文書 E ( ブラック用パーツ )
BD7-2014 for new parts order form E (black parts)

BD7-2014 用 新規パーツ注文書 F ( ショートショック用パーツ )
BD7-2014 for new parts order form F (short shock for parts)

BD7 シリーズをショー
トショック仕様にするコ
ンバージョンキットで
す。従来よりも 4.0mm
短いショック長とするこ
とで、重心を下げ、主に
ハイグリップ路面での運
動性能向上、ハイサイド
防止に効果があります。
ただシリンダーを短くす
るだけではなく、ショー
ト化の効果を違和感なく
高めるために、ピストン
位置の最適化や、従来と
同じスプリングを使用す
るための新規スプリングカップなど、ノーマルから変更してもドライビングに支障を与え
ない設計となっています。もちろんシリンダーは潤滑ハードアルマイト仕様とし、最高の
ショック吸収性を誇ります。
The series show the BD7
Co to ​​bets shock specification
In emission version kit
Be. The 4.0mm than the conventional
Short child and shock length
In, and to lower the center of gravity, mainly
Luck of the high grip road surface
Dynamic performance improvement, the high-side
Is recommended to avoid.
Just be as short cylinders
Not only Ru, and show
The seamlessly the effect of bets
In order to increase, the piston
And optimization of the position, the conventional
To use the same spring
I give trouble to driving such as a new spring cup of Rutame, if you change from the normal
And it is with no design. And lubrication hard anodized specification cylinder of course, the best
I am proud of the shock absorption.
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Old 12-17-2013, 08:18 PM   #3248
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Converting to black sounds pricey. Looks good though.
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If some one wanted to by a all black bd7 where should i go?
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Old 12-17-2013, 08:33 PM   #3250
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Testing the new shocks....much improved feel and action.
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Old 12-17-2013, 11:16 PM   #3251
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This is the set up I used to TQ Every round in stock TC and Mod TC at the Region 9 carpet champs. I took an easy win in stock lapping up to second place (came within less than a second in each main of lapping 2nd place) winning the first 2 mains and finished 2nd in mod after dominating qualifying and getting worked a little A1 and A3 by traffic and the eventual winner. My car was by far the best car out on the track. I am very happy with this set-up variation. Tons of steering, stability and just the perfect amount of roll.
Hi Christian

you might want to correct your setup sheet.

I am pretty sure you don't run 44,2mm shims under the Front Bulkhead

Also in the Back, 0.05mm is a pretty small shim

Are you really running the Diff in High position at the Back ?

Also it would be interresting how you run the steering - Bridge installed ? Connected to Top Deck ?

Sorex Tires - Sidewalls clued ?
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Old 12-17-2013, 11:57 PM   #3252
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I have sent Arnaud at Petit a corrected version of the set up sheet.

No superglue on the sidewall, except to re glue the tire. By the last 2 mod mains grip was starting to be a bit higher than normal, so I put a slight amount of glue on the front sidewall to decrease a little tire flex, but not so much to take away bite.

Yes, I like running the diff high in the rear. It allows the car to noticeably have more roll in the rear to the point where I feel the car was smoother in the middle of the corner. My car has a tendency to get a little too much rotation at times in the middle of the corner on used tires. Older tires are faster at our track right now. New tires just make the car push. Lap times are not much different, but the car is easier to drive and more consistent with the high diff.
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So, does the new kit come with the short shocks or is this an add on?
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I thought the shocks were the same, and the short shocks didn't work well with the chassis?
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So, does the new kit come with the short shocks or is this an add on?
Tuning Option Parts, not included with kit
4mm shorter, uses standard springs
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