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Old 07-02-2014, 09:56 AM   #4231
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Hi, can anyone help me measure the length of this stabilizer stopper?

22mm
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Old 07-02-2014, 11:21 AM   #4232
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YOKOMO was release Alum Main Chassis
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Old 07-03-2014, 03:38 AM   #4234
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Apparently not!

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

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I have seen afew different yokomo variants of the alu chassis plate around, i would wait for this one with the recesses and machined edges ....

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Old 07-03-2014, 04:10 AM   #4235
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All the packaged chassis pics above show the bottom. The bevel an recess is on the top. Yokomo would not say this on their product description:
" Further more, using black almight on surface, it will go perfectly with BD7 Black Series. This will also create luxurious feeling with bevel edge aluminium processing!! "

I got mine from Banzai.
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All the packaged chassis pics above show the bottom. The bevel an recess is on the top. Yokomo would not say this on their product description:
" Further more, using black almight on surface, it will go perfectly with BD7 Black Series. This will also create luxurious feeling with bevel edge aluminium processing!! "

I got mine from Banzai.

Hi mate what do thay weigh?
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All the packaged chassis pics above show the bottom. The bevel an recess is on the top. Yokomo would not say this on their product description:
" Further more, using black almight on surface, it will go perfectly with BD7 Black Series. This will also create luxurious feeling with bevel edge aluminium processing!! "

I got mine from Banzai.
Got mine from Banzai also
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Old 07-04-2014, 06:31 PM   #4238
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Do you guys think the aluminum chassis will be best on high bite carpet or strictly for asphalt.
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Old 07-05-2014, 12:41 AM   #4239
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All the packaged chassis pics above show the bottom. The bevel an recess is on the top. Yokomo would not say this on their product description:
" Further more, using black almight on surface, it will go perfectly with BD7 Black Series. This will also create luxurious feeling with bevel edge aluminium processing!! "

I got mine from Banzai.
Thanks for confirming!
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Do you guys think the aluminum chassis will be best on high bite carpet or strictly for asphalt.
Du to the stiffness of the alum , I would think the would be mainly for carpet

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Du to the stiffness of the alum , I would think the would be mainly for carpet
i believe it also suitable for high grip asphalt
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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°.

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can you snap the motor mount side where u put the steering linkage ?

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Hi mate what do thay weigh?
As soon as I get it I will weight it, unless someone gets to before me.
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As soon as I get it I will weight it, unless someone gets to before me.
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can you snap the motor mount side where u put the steering linkage ?

thanks
At the moment I have the normal rear in my car again to test the difference. But I will take a photo when I switch back next weekend.
At this side it is not so much space between the motor mount at the linkage, but it is enough.
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