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Old 10-04-2014, 05:55 AM   #4666
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Sorry for being lazy, but did I read on here you can use two diff gaskets to try and help against leaking...

It will still close up ok with two??

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It will still close up ok with two??

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yes you can use 2 with no issues.

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Old 10-05-2014, 02:35 AM   #4668
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YOKOMO New Purple shock spring & Insert !
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interesting... appears to be just softer then pink

http://www.teamyokomo.com/partslist/...ys_15675l.html
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interesting... appears to be just softer then pink

http://www.teamyokomo.com/partslist/...ys_15675l.html

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can someone point me in the direction where i can find the english manual for the db7 2014 or 2015 if there is one.

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can someone point me in the direction where i can find the english manual for the db7 2014 or 2015 if there is one.

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Try here
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im looking at getting the 2015, and think ill get the floating servo mount, ti turnbuckles , and diff for the front as well.

what else do people think are a nice to have???
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Black bladder for the shocks and maybe a 44.2 block for front.
Then just roll out...
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Dear for BD7 users:

About the P3 O-Ring Coller(thick and thin), which of them are anyone preference and share me their difference, please?

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Sorry for being lazy, but did I read on here you can use two diff gaskets to try and help against leaking...

It will still close up ok with two??

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I would try to avoid that option or make sure I adjust the endplay of the outdrives accordingly to make sure the bevel gear inside doesn't ride up on the pin. This is not a bad idea to do even if you're only using one gasket, anyway.
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About the P3 O-Ring Coller(thick and thin), which of them are anyone preference and share me their difference, please?

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With the thick oring coller only 1 oring is used with the thin oring coller 2 orings are used.

2 orings less leakage longer lasting shocks but more sticktion.

I use the thin coller with 2 orings.

You can also buy the blue low friction orings comes in a pack of 8.
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With the thick oring coller only 1 oring is used with the thin oring coller 2 orings are used.

2 orings less leakage longer lasting shocks but more sticktion.

I use the thin coller with 2 orings.

You can also buy the blue low friction orings comes in a pack of 8.
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im looking at getting the 2015, and think ill get the floating servo mount, ti turnbuckles , and diff for the front as well.

what else do people think are a nice to have???
Front dcj's for sure and most people don't run a diff in the front of this car. other than that just spare parts and springs.
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Is this the only item needed to do the forward motor mount conversion?

B7-FMC

http://www.teamyokomo.com/news/order...715b_parts.pdf
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