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Old 06-08-2016, 01:42 AM   #7096
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I have a set lying around myself. Just in case...
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Old 06-08-2016, 03:22 AM   #7097
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Hi, can someone give me the outside diameter of the 2016 34T diff.

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Got a question on rear arm mounts.

I see people using a wide range of RF and RR mounts on the cars and every one seems to be running roughly 2.5* of rear toe.

Is there a math to figuring out the toe by adding or subtracting the numbers? Ive seen the sheets on Petite for figuring them out but they don't seem to really cover all the variations.


If youre all running pretty much the same rear toe what does the different mounts do for you? Feel on the track? Corner speed?


I don't quite understand the tuning behind them so hoping to learn from it.
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Got a question on rear arm mounts.

I see people using a wide range of RF and RR mounts on the cars and every one seems to be running roughly 2.5* of rear toe.

Is there a math to figuring out the toe by adding or subtracting the numbers? Ive seen the sheets on Petite for figuring them out but they don't seem to really cover all the variations.


If youre all running pretty much the same rear toe what does the different mounts do for you? Feel on the track? Corner speed?


I don't quite understand the tuning behind them so hoping to learn from it.
Yes, you can calculate the toe, but it is a little more complex than adding or subtracting numbers.

The mounts numbering actually tells you its width: e.g. 42.0mm or 46.4mm. Since the distance between RF and RR remains the same, it's just a question of geometry/trigonometry.

Using different mounts while keeping the same toe setting simply changes the track-width, increasing or decreasing grip, steering, etc.
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Hi, can someone give me the outside diameter of the 2016 34T diff.

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I got 34.50mm for the front spool and 34.30mm for the rear diff.
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Old 06-08-2016, 11:44 PM   #7101
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I got 34.50mm for the front spool and 34.30mm for the rear diff.
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Old 06-13-2016, 05:04 AM   #7102
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Default Smokem BD7-IIX 2.0mm Carbon Fiber Chassis

Need info. Anyone using this chassis for their bd7/bd7 14?? what difference between yokomo chassis and smokem chassis?? and is it better for bumpy low-medium grip asphalt or better stick with yokomo chassis?? ty for help

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Old 06-14-2016, 04:35 PM   #7103
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Is there any modification for the slf ss2 nessecary like on the old '15 dampers? For example o-ring, bladder, piston etc?

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Is there any modification for the slf ss2 nessecary like on the old '15 dampers? For example o-ring, bladder, piston etc?

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nothing "necessary", but if you want you can take the B7-8DF16 (Fluorine Rubber Hyper Diaphragm for SLF Short shock II), IMHO they works better than the standard

and verify that o'rings are blacks and not red, but from some months they are already blacks as standard (BD-500G0B)

other very nice parts but absolutely not necessary are:
- B7-S5S16T Shock shaft for SLF short shock II (Titanium coat/4pcs)
- B7-S8H Lubrication hard coat pivot ball for BD7 shock cap/end (4pcs)
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Old 06-17-2016, 11:46 AM   #7105
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nothing "necessary", but if you want you can take the B7-8DF16 (Fluorine Rubber Hyper Diaphragm for SLF Short shock II), IMO they works better than the standard

and verify that o'rings are blacks and not red, but from some months they are already blacks as standard (BD-500G0B)

other very nice parts but absolutely not necessary are:
- B7-S5S16T Shock shaft for SLF short shock II (Titanium coat/4pcs)
- B7-S8H Lubrication hard coat pivot ball for BD7 shock cap/end (4pcs)

Awesome, thank you. I'll take a look
at this parts.
Any oil/piston recommondations for a
small, technical and tight med bite indoor carpet track?

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Awesome, thank you. I'll take a look
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Any oil/piston recommondations for a
small, technical and tight med bite indoor carpet track?

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Pretty much every setup sheet I've seen for the BD7 seems to use the same pistons (3x 1,1mm on 2015 and older, and 4x1,1mm on 2016 shocks) and either #450 or #500 oil. Not a lot of variation going on.
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Pretty much every setup sheet I've seen for the BD7 seems to use the same pistons (3x 1,1mm on 2015 and older, and 4x1,1mm on 2016 shocks) and either #450 or #500 oil. Not a lot of variation going on.
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with BD7 2016 my starting point is always standard pistons 4x1.1 and #500 oil
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Thx a lot guys!
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Old 06-24-2016, 01:06 PM   #7109
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Default asphalt spec Japan Editon

Red RC announced a new BD7 2016 Japan Edition Asphalt Spec. does anyone know the part number for this?
Also Banzai Hobbies have now in PRE-ORDER two new BD7 versions, OPEN and SPORT JRM. Are these the same as the Japan Edition?
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Looks like there's also a high traction chassis kit.
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