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Old 01-15-2015, 08:05 PM   #5296
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Has or is anyone running the optional "high traction" upper deck for the BD7? Feedback onegaishimasu
i've been wanting to test this out also. but its out of stock in most places...
also, will it fit on a 2014?
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Old 01-15-2015, 08:14 PM   #5297
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I recently bought and measured it out to be 1.65 mm in thickness. The stock one is 2.00 mm. I just haven't tested it out yet on carpet. I would assume it would help mellow out the cars handling a little.

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Old 01-15-2015, 08:24 PM   #5298
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i've been wanting to test this out also. but its out of stock in most places...
also, will it fit on a 2014?
I don't think it fits as the centre screw for the motor mount is different on the 2014. I believe it was made for the original BD7 but I am not sure if they released a new high traction upper deck for the 2014!
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I recently bought and measured it out to be 1.65 mm in thickness. The stock one is 2.00 mm. I just haven't tested it out yet on carpet. I would assume it would help mellow out the cars handling a little.
Not the hot ticket for carpet
Can be of some use in very low grip conditions
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Old 01-16-2015, 08:03 AM   #5300
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Old 01-17-2015, 03:45 AM   #5301
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hi guys got a question which some might think is silly but....what is the length of the bellcranks on the yokomo bd7 15......wanting mm length from hole centres....want to try on another car thanks in advance
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How big MaH does the battery holder take in the bd7
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How big MaH does the battery holder take in the bd7
On 2s the largest pack I've ran was a 7200mah.
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in the black series kit it comes with a aluminium servo horn but I really don't feel like stripping a brand new futaba servos spline, recommendations for a good servo saver that still provides good feedback but saved my servo
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in the black series kit it comes with a aluminium servo horn but I really don't feel like stripping a brand new futaba servos spline, recommendations for a good servo saver that still provides good feedback but saved my servo
Iv been run a Durango one,the team gave me one and its fine,not as crisp as just a horn but saved my servo and endless horn racing a tight indoor carpet track 👍
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Anyone know the difference between the BD7 2015 and the BD7 2015HK editions? i remember reading somethere it came with different parts, i think the none HK was for asphalt? and the HK has stiffer parts for carpet?
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Anyone got the Naoto's setup sheet from World on Asphalt? Can't find. Please kindly share!
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in the black series kit it comes with a aluminium servo horn but I really don't feel like stripping a brand new futaba servos spline, recommendations for a good servo saver that still provides good feedback but saved my servo
Xray servo savers are the best, I use them and never had a problem. Little expense but worth the money. Matter of fact the one i have on my BD7 i have had for 2 years on the same servo.
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Anyone know the difference between the BD7 2015 and the BD7 2015HK editions? i remember reading somethere it came with different parts, i think the none HK was for asphalt? and the HK has stiffer parts for carpet?
Don't know what a "HK" edition is, but all BD7 from 14' >include Hard carbon plastics
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If someone interested in a BD7 2015 + a BD7 2014, PM me for more details, I sell mines
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