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Old 05-26-2015, 04:33 AM   #5791
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Standard kit doesn't come with floating servo mount. It is up to the individual retailer's discretion whether to include it or not

Well that's frustrating...

I guess it's like playing the lottery. Sucks if you lose though, then you have to make ANOTHER order and wait ANOTHER week to finish the build.
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Old 05-26-2015, 04:48 AM   #5792
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you can still finish the build, you'll just have the standard plastic cheap servo mount which is still usable while you wait for your floating mount
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Ridiculous it's an option really.

Could say the same for DCJs too I guess.
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Old 05-26-2015, 05:09 AM   #5794
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the japanese domestic BD7 (JMRCA) is a pretty good kit. Ti turnbuckles, DCJ's and floating servo mount as standard. $480usd which is a killer deal: http://www.rcmart.com/yokomo-mrtcbd7...cPath=420_1178
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harro. I have a bmax4 offroad buggy and the front sway bar is not available in the US. Can anyone measure the BD7 sway bar for me? Amain has these, so hoping they will work.
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Old 05-26-2015, 08:59 PM   #5796
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harro. I have a bmax4 offroad buggy and the front sway bar is not available in the US. Can anyone measure the BD7 sway bar for me? Amain has these, so hoping they will work.
Yo man. What is this supposed to mean? Is this supposed to be racist statement?
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harro. I have a bmax4 offroad buggy and the front sway bar is not available in the US. Can anyone measure the BD7 sway bar for me? Amain has these, so hoping they will work.
Front sway bars on a BD7 2015 are 91mm at the wide end, 33mm on narrow end, 35mm between these two parallels.
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Yo man. What is this supposed to mean? Is this supposed to be racist statement?
lol, I had to look it up in the urban dictionary to find out what you were getting at. I have always seen it used in RPG video games as a greeting. And was typically used for geek speak. Apparently, it is also a racist slang used to make fun of asians. I learn new things all the time.

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Front sway bars on a BD7 2015 are 91mm at the wide end, 33mm on narrow end, 35mm between these two parallels.
ah, ok. the bmax4 is 35.5 where it mounts to the transmission. so too narrow, thank you.
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anybody got a ronald/meen set up from reedy?
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Anyone have the setup sheet for Ronald Volker or Meen V. from the Reedy Race ?
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anybody got a ronald/meen set up from reedy?
Give it some time guys

They will put it up at some point

Only been a few days

Yokomo usually post HERE first when they have a new setup to post
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Can someone tell me which rear DCJ's (Yokomo or aftermarket) fit? Prefer the C Clip ones as the screw ones don't seem to hold on as well...
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Can someone tell me which rear DCJ's (Yokomo or aftermarket) fit? Prefer the C Clip ones as the screw ones don't seem to hold on as well...
BD-010RW are the rear DJC
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BD-010RW are the rear DJC
Is there a C-clip version like for the front DCJ's?
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Is there a C-clip version like for the front DCJ's?
As far as I know there isn't. I've been running a set on my of my BD7 and never had issues with it. Also I didn't notice much of a performance difference between that and running standards with aluminum dog bones. Personally, I could've lived with out.
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Old 05-29-2015, 11:30 PM   #5805
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the japanese domestic BD7 (JMRCA) is a pretty good kit. Ti turnbuckles, DCJ's and floating servo mount as standard. $480usd which is a killer deal
I noticed rcmart has the bd7 ver.rs2 for $245 vs amains $349. I wonder if yokomo has made running changes to this kit making the amain one with more upgrades to justify the $100 price difference?
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