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Old 07-18-2014, 09:40 AM   #4276
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Saw that too
They look the buisness
managed to find a photo, should have mine next week, hope they fit this time
http://www.rcmxstore.com/index.php?m...ducts_id=33380

as well as here

http://hs-misaki.blogspot.co.uk/
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Old 07-19-2014, 08:04 AM   #4277
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What extra arm mount are needed to cover me for alot of setups?? What are the most popular ones for the car?? Thanks.
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Old 07-19-2014, 06:26 PM   #4278
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If I only had to pick 2 I would go with 4.2 for the front front and 5.7 for the rear rear. The 4.2 will give you 0.5 arm sweep with the stock 3.5 front rear block. The 5.7 in the rear will give you 2.5 rear toe with the stock 2.0 rear front block.
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Old 07-19-2014, 07:40 PM   #4279
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If I only had to pick 2 I would go with 4.2 for the front front and 5.7 for the rear rear. The 4.2 will give you 0.5 arm sweep with the stock 3.5 front rear block. The 5.7 in the rear will give you 2.5 rear toe with the stock 2.0 rear front block.
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If I only had to pick 2 I would go with 4.2 for the front front and 5.7 for the rear rear. The 4.2 will give you 0.5 arm sweep with the stock 3.5 front rear block. The 5.7 in the rear will give you 2.5 rear toe with the stock 2.0 rear front block.
0.5 arm sweep gives more steering?
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Old 07-19-2014, 09:40 PM   #4281
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What pitch gearing is the most popular?
I run 48pitch
Is 64 better? If so Why?
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64 because it gives you more ratio options.
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Old 07-20-2014, 03:26 AM   #4283
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0.5 arm sweep gives more steering?
I believe you get less steering going in but more mid corner.
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If I only had to pick 2 I would go with 4.2 for the front front and 5.7 for the rear rear. The 4.2 will give you 0.5 arm sweep with the stock 3.5 front rear block. The 5.7 in the rear will give you 2.5 rear toe with the stock 2.0 rear front block.
Where is the best place to get the black suspension blocks???
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Just picked up a bd7 (non-2014)
It has the 116 tooth spur
Any guess on 13.5 gearing for a large medium to high grip outdoor track - CVRC to be exact
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With the original mount you are a little limited. In 13.5 Blinky I have been running from 3.5 to 3.7 depending on track size. With the 2014 I have just been running 96T spurs as they are easy to get and 51-55 T pinions, but again I am not sure you can run that big without modifying the mount.
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What pitch gearing is the most popular?
I run 48pitch
Is 64 better? If so Why?
Popular may depend on your location.

48p slightly greater tolerance to gear mesh if you have a crash and the motor moves slightly you will still finish.
64p slightly smoother although not noticeable on track and provides smaller ratio changes.

A lot of racers here were 64p but quite a few have converted back to 48p.
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Just picked up a bd7 (non-2014)
It has the 116 tooth spur
Any guess on 13.5 gearing for a large medium to high grip outdoor track - CVRC to be exact
Blinky or boost?
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Does anyone know if you can run regular length springs on the short shock conversion??
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Does anyone know if you can run regular length springs on the short shock conversion??
Yes, you can.
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