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Old 11-30-2014, 05:41 PM   #5056
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can I use robinson racing's 64p spur? seems I will lose 2 screws to secure the belt pulley, if I can mount it on belt pulley....
I have tried this a long time ago but they are too wide and they don't run true running just 2 holes

just stick with panaracer and leespeed,

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Im running these driveshafts in my BD7 2015, I broke one of the pins in it today. Are these driveshafts the same as the Spec R items ??? I wondering If I can use a Spec R pin ????
I thought they are the same as Tamiya pins and clips (that's what the packet says anyway)
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Old 11-30-2014, 06:02 PM   #5057
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can I use robinson racing's 64p spur? seems I will lose 2 screws to secure the belt pulley, if I can mount it on belt pulley....
I use one in my 2014 as it was the only spare spur I had when I stripped the stock spur.

I mounted it with 2 holes at first (ran fine) but later drilled 2 additional holes using the old spur as a guide. It has been in the car for months running 13.5T boosted and mod without issue.
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Thank you very much for all those one replied me.

Finally I mounted a Robinson Racing 81t spur on my BD7. It's a little thicker, but Tony helped me to make a sink hole on it. So I can use two flat head screws to mount the spur on drive pulley while not touching the pulley. ;D



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Hey guys

just ordered my '15... first time running yokomo since the Mr4TC-SD SSG (which I still have...) after years driving xray. It was time for a change I guess

I already have the DCJ + servo mount on order but I was advised to also get the black shock bladders and blue shock seals... that's a bit cryptic for me, and as per my memories of the brand, the part refs are a pain to navigate through. Anyone has part numbers they could kindly share?
are we talking these?
seals: http://www.amain.com/yokomo-high-gra...blue-8/p242398
diaphragms: http://www.amain.com/yokomo-fluorine...-set-4/p242399

Additionnally - I'm old school and 48DP does it very well for me... anyone can recommend widely available (read: amain... or tower. I'm overseas) spurs that fit the Bd7 without coutersinking/redrilling/customization while still running tue? No japanese exotica please...

One more Q: why isn't the fancy rollbar mounting system used in the rear, but just the front?

Thanks in advance folks!

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EDIT: looks like the P3's are the right ones!
EDIT2: yay - ditto for the black bladders
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Yes, you are right about those two parts.

For spurs, I am using arrowmax or serpent ones I use 64p, but they have 48p so you can use them for sure, you will need to remove the shim in the shaft as they are a bit more wide, but only removing the shim and everything is ok.

You can use the same system than in the front, but the cars feel better using the other system, it's more soft

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Yes, you are right about those two parts.

For spurs, I am using arrowmax or serpent ones I use 64p, but they have 48p so you can use them for sure, you will need to remove the shim in the shaft as they are a bit more wide, but only removing the shim and everything is ok.

You can use the same system than in the front, but the cars feel better using the other system, it's more soft

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Thanks... serpent it is then

if the old system is softer, then wouldn't going with the new system and a thinner ARB do the same trick?

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No, it's not the same, maybe I wasn't precise, it is smoother.

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No, it's not the same, maybe I wasn't precise, it is smoother.

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Mmmm car was really easier to drive and seems to work better.

And I think that in the front we use the other system due to lack of space
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Could anybody tell me if blue orings is really "free" use green slime?

About orange orings of diff, if they really need green slime, please?

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Blue o rings are very good, tbh I have not used green slime in years
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Blue o rings are very good, tbh I have not used green slime in years
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How about diff's orings?

About carpet medium grip small track?

Could keep using normal version top deck, fmc is just for asphalt?

Really need use taper piston, x braces and 6 degree caster?

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My oil diff starts leaking at drive cup? Any advice how to fix it? ??? (I new to a gear diff ;D)
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How about diff's orings?

About carpet medium grip small track?

Could keep using normal version top deck, fmc is just for asphalt?

Really need use taper piston, x braces and 6 degree caster?

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I'm using the fmc on my car for carpet it works great I'm using green slime on my diff orings too no leaks the diff gets smoother after you break it in good
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If you are having diff leaking issues on the new car, read back over the last few pages, very helpful
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