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Old 12-30-2012, 12:46 PM   #1441
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A lot of people are saying this car is not consistant from day to day, i am beginning to think it's the shocks that are the root of the issue.

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So far, only one person has tried other shocks, and they're the awesome T-Shox at 100$... so i'm looking at other options...
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Old 12-30-2012, 01:20 PM   #1443
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What's the FDR of the BD7?

Edit: i meant internal ratio... sorry guys

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What's the FDR of the BD7?
you mean what's the internal gearing ? 2.0 is the internal ratio
FDR is base on what size spur gear and pinion you have?
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Old 12-30-2012, 03:10 PM   #1446
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I'm debating wether to get a T4 or the BD7. My question is for you BD7 owners. Does it take much to get the car hooked up from track to track? I currently own a T3' 12 and I can just do little adjustments to get the car working. I was wondering if its the same with the BD7. IMO in major events, it is crucial to get your car set up quickly as possible due to the limited time you have before qualifying starts. Respect!
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I'm debating wether to get a T4 or the BD7. My question is for you BD7 owners. Does it take much to get the car hooked up from track to track? I currently own a T3' 12 and I can just do little adjustments to get the car working. I was wondering if its the same with the BD7. IMO in major events, it is crucial to get your car set up quickly as possible due to the limited time you have before qualifying starts. Respect!
question : racing on carpet or asphalt...
I own the T3 2012... I've being YOKOMO big fan for years and i'm just getting back to Yokomo for now...I brought this BD7 for asphalt racing ...I still driving the Xray for carpet
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question : racing on carpet or asphalt...
I own the T3 2012... I've being YOKOMO big fan for years and i'm just getting back to Yokomo for now...I brought this BD7 for asphalt racing ...I still driving the Xray for carpet
Looking to get for asphalt.
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So far, only one person has tried other shocks, and they're the awesome T-Shox at 100$... so i'm looking at other options...
I though it was 100 dollars too lol there actually 100 euros.....came to 162.00 CAD..with shipping ....can't wait to get them though ....not many reviews on them but still decided to try them out.
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Looking to get for asphalt.
I say, it is a good choice of getting the BD7...I have not seen the T4 on Asphalt
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I though it was 100 dollars too lol there actually 100 euros.....came to 162.00 CAD..with shipping ....can't wait to get them though ....not many reviews on them but still decided to try them out.
How did you order them? and in Canadian too??
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How did you order them? and in Canadian too??
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How did you order them? and in Canadian too??
Went to website and paided with PayPal ...once Paypal did the conversion for me that's what it cost.
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What's the right way to run a solid FR block? Do you just flip a FF over and put some shims under it like the Tamiya? How many shims?
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