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Old 06-28-2014, 09:41 PM   #4216
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Old 06-29-2014, 01:32 AM   #4217
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Does anyone know if anybody has any bd7 black series in stock? I have searched every where. I placed a order with rcmart, they said they had stock then sent me a email once my order was placed saying they are back order. I am not interested in a used one.

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http://www.fast-webshop.com/tonispor...4-Black-Series
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Magic, no
Easy to drive, yes
Wing is cool for sure, but maybe mod speed is where it really shines ?
On YouTube his car looks SWEEEEEET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-29-2014, 07:09 AM   #4219
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Thanks, got one from rc mart
Send me some pictures to my cell when you get it together.
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Will do. I'm still waiting on those laser mount
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Will do. I'm still waiting on those laser mount
Grant said they were yeah racing but can not find them anywhere, but still looking.
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Old 06-30-2014, 01:34 PM   #4223
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It was a boring sunday and I built the "steering" in my rear. Did anyone have the same and have some experience?

Today is tested it and it felt quite good. In slow corners there is much more traction in the rear and the car rotates better. But in fast corners it is a little bit unstable.

I adjusted a 2° toe angle and when it is deflected it moves to 3°.

Here are some pictures:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/766718...7645035737197/
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Looks interesting walzjer

Found all the steering I wanted running Mod asphalt this weekend
135f track temp avg
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Mostly kit settings aside from that

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car was consistent over 3 days, low temp mornings, and eve's faster laps, but mostly same balance
3k rear diff was better in the eve when grip was higher
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I was told the yokomo was delayed and there was no eta.
Apparently not!

RC Champ says they are in stock! And my drug of choice, Futaba RC Pro Shop.

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yep I got an email today that mine was coming.
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It was a boring sunday and I built the "steering" in my rear. Did anyone have the same and have some experience?

Today is tested it and it felt quite good. In slow corners there is much more traction in the rear and the car rotates better. But in fast corners it is a little bit unstable.

I adjusted a 2° toe angle and when it is deflected it moves to 3°.

Here are some pictures:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/766718...7645035737197/
Hi walzjer,
Looking at your photos, I'm guessing you have installed the standard 4deg caster c-hub, which gives you a lot of rear kickup. It would be a good idea to try using a 2deg c-hub and note the difference.
Also play around with the inner spacer hight as well, just imagine that when the car roll, it would compress the outter spring and at the same time extand the inner spring, so it would give you different angles on both sides.
I haven't tried this settings myself, but just thought it could start the discussions!
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I guess that there are 4°. It was my old front from my BD5WC.

But i will try to test some different spacers. I think thats a good idea.
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I guess that there are 4°. It was my old front from my BD5WC.

But i will try to test some different spacers. I think thats a good idea.
Cool, I'll be following your test reports
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Hi, can anyone help me measure the length of this stabilizer stopper?

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