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Old 10-28-2014, 08:23 PM   #4876
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THX~Do you know if it has agents in the US?
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Just have a look at the Yokomo web site
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Old 10-28-2014, 08:33 PM   #4877
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THX~Do you know if it has agents in the US?
Just a main but if you order from the yokomo site. Mibosport you can have in 3 days.
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Old 10-28-2014, 10:29 PM   #4878
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Dimensions are on the yokomo part list site

Outer Suspension Arm Pin (φ223mm) BD-009A
Front Inner Suspension Arm Pin (φ342mm) BD-009BF
Rear Inner Suspension Arm Pin (φ345mm) BD-009BR
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I've order mine, and should be here in two weeks....fingers crossed.
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http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/yoko...SetupSheet.pdf
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Old 10-30-2014, 07:50 AM   #4881
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I never run TC but i am planning to try this. I am looking at BD7 and read this thread. Since it is too many pages i can't read them all. I plan to have Hobbywing v10 +120A V3.1, what about the servo? any suggestions?Thanks!
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I never run TC but i am planning to try this. I am looking at BD7 and read this thread. Since it is too many pages i can't read them all. I plan to have Hobbywing v10 +120A V3.1, what about the servo? any suggestions?Thanks!
What class will you be running? Savox 1251 is a cheap good low profile servo for its specs. Otherwise you have your usual futaba and sanwa.
I've just got myself a HIGHESTRC dlp670 which feels very smooth and direct
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Old 10-30-2014, 09:39 AM   #4883
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If you cant get the GOB, I would probably just use the kit ones with a slightly thinner oil. (or Kyosho with very thin oil)

I was curious and had to rebuild all my diffs anyway, so I rebuilt my 1K diff with the kit red seals, and while smooth and doesn't leak, felt about 1600-1800 in weight with 1k oil in it.

The smoothest diff out of the 4 was the new 15 diff with the GOB seals, closely followed by the old diff with GOB seals.

you will need 4 B7-BTCB
Thank you for your info. It really helps :-)
I'll try to use original diff gear set and see how it works

Next questions are:
1. Which shocks that come with the kit? I saw 2 types of shocks, the standard and short one and I like to have another set as spare
2. Which arms I should spare? I saw some with different number on it
What are those numbers refer to?
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For a servo I just picked up the Xpert low profile. I havn't raced with it yet, but it is quiet, smooth, and including the floating mount weighs in at 64g. I paid $70 for it at amain. Only downside i can see with it is its only rated to 6.6 volts.
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Seems to me you mounted the rear battery plate upside down.
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Are the 2014 and 2015 gear diff housings different?
If yes, if I buy the 2015 housing/case (B7-503GH) will I be able to convert my 2014 gear diffs to 2015's?

Thx anyone for replying!
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Are the 2014 and 2015 gear diff housings different?
If yes, if I buy the 2015 housing/case (B7-503GH) will I be able to convert my 2014 gear diffs to 2015's?

Thx anyone for replying!

I do think it is different since the new diff has channels for 0ring seals.
I think, the new diff will fit the 2014 bulkheads.
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I do think it is different since the new diff has channels for 0ring seals.
I think, the new diff will fit the 2014 bulkheads.
Would be interesting to follow up on this. I understand the bulkhead holes in the main chassis have different spacing, but don't know if this means they're wider or just moved around a bit. Not that a little bit of shimming (or some machining of the diff casing) couldn't fix it.
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Seems to me you mounted the rear battery plate upside down.
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