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Old 10-19-2004, 01:01 AM
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Originally posted by Yokomo Aust
Hey there Bradski

The only reason i didn't get that hacker speedie from you the first time is due to the limited space in these tub chassis yokes. I wish i could have fitted it in i would have prefered the Hacker set up.

I am not the luckiest of people you will ever meet.
I would be surprised if you could not fit in in somehow, the hacker isnt all that much bigger. Just mount the receiver on top of servo, and mount speedie lengthwise on the chassis, wouldnt the CGM be approx the same dimensions as the TC3?

If you would like to test fit give me a call on 0414 864 111 and you can come out to my place.
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Old 10-19-2004, 05:53 AM
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*** FOR SALE!!! ***

YOKOMO MR-4TC SD BLACK + RAYSPEED (CHASSIS) CONVERSION KIT

- Includes the following;

Hot-Ups

- Yokomo Front/Rear alluminium input shafts
- Yokomo Alluminium Rear drive shafts
- Yokomo Alluminium Wheel hubs
- Yokomo low friction shock shafts
- Yokomo Carbon shaft
- Yokomo Optional Short Sway bars
- Yokomo Optional Long Sway bars
- Yokomo Spring Set
- Rayspeed Spring Set
- Rayspeed Spring Retainers

Spares

- 64pitch Spur gears
- 30-51 Pinion Gears 64 pitch
- Spare bearings
- Spare Screws
- Spare A arms
+ more

Bodies

- Protoform Mazda 6
- Protoform Dodge Stratus
- Ride Dodge Stratus
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Tires

15+ SETS of Sorex/Ellegi tires. New and used. Comes with Team Atlas Tire Carry Box.

Tools

- 1.5mm hex driver
- 2.0mm hex driver
- 2.5mm hex driver
- Yokomo Tool Box with spares

Still have all the original boxes. Very well looked after!

$450 + Shipping

Quick Sale! PM or call me on 0411 295 369 Phil
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Old 10-20-2004, 04:12 AM
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Tornado,
Im assuming that they are Hudy spring steel drive shafts, and i know that they're rayspeed Drop down spring retainers. But what springs and what diff out drives are they?
BUT DOES IT WORK?!
Hi!! I'm using Rayspeed springs and the outdrive is X-ray's spring steel for one way. and these combinations works like a charm . Never had a bent nor broken dog bone since.....no rattling noise from the front end too.....

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Old 10-21-2004, 02:02 AM
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Guys, Check the "FOR SALE" thread. Might find yourself a bargian!

Sadly i must part....
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Old 10-23-2004, 03:06 AM
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Default Just in time - new SD

MRTC-SDW

SD worldwide game replica kit

selling with limitation 555 of worldwide game special

specification:

- The center of gravity aluminum it starts shaving low, the body, floating motor mount (center shaft 4.5 millimeters, upper deck 2? O down)
- Front short span lower suspension arm, aluminum suspension mount,
- Black carbon graphite make 2. 5? O thick main chassis upper deck,shock tower, plate and rear body mount plate (2 kinds), bumpersupport, stubby plate
- Aluminum make universal drive shaft (both bone and axle aluminum)
- The aluminum make rod ended ball (stopper it is attached)
- Carbon graphite make hollow shaft
And so on in addition to the private part the below-mentioned optionpart standard equipment

Titanium screw set, super precision bearing (drive section), titaniummake rod ended ball and aluminum make input shaft, aluminum make rear suspension mount (3 times), front stabilizer (ray speed)(upper type), HD rear suspension arm, bumpstop O ring, as for other specifications SD It becomes identical with SSG and BLACK.
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Old 10-27-2004, 05:39 PM
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MRTC-SDW

SD worldwide game replica kit

selling with limitation 555 of worldwide game special

specification:

- The center of gravity aluminum it starts shaving low, the body, floating motor mount (center shaft 4.5 millimeters, upper deck 2? O down)
- Front short span lower suspension arm, aluminum suspension mount,
- Black carbon graphite make 2. 5? O thick main chassis upper deck,shock tower, plate and rear body mount plate (2 kinds), bumpersupport, stubby plate
- Aluminum make universal drive shaft (both bone and axle aluminum)
- The aluminum make rod ended ball (stopper it is attached)
- Carbon graphite make hollow shaft
And so on in addition to the private part the below-mentioned optionpart standard equipment

Titanium screw set, super precision bearing (drive section), titaniummake rod ended ball and aluminum make input shaft, aluminum make rear suspension mount (3 times), front stabilizer (ray speed)(upper type), HD rear suspension arm, bumpstop O ring, as for other specifications SD It becomes identical with SSG and BLACK.
http://www.cmldistribution.co.uk/new...id=73&type=CAR
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Old 10-27-2004, 06:07 PM
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Yokomo SD Looks Good!!! Just wondering the diff case? were is it?how come no cover?! did they copy the barracuda or the sexray????
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Old 10-29-2004, 01:02 AM
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Originally posted by Lowner_V1S
Yokomo SD Looks Good!!! Just wondering the diff case? were is it?how come no cover?! did they copy the barracuda or the sexray????
Looks like you might get another car. Hurry as only 555 will be available.
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Old 11-01-2004, 05:58 PM
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Looks like i am out for the rest of the year. I will take a break. Save some money and come back next year. I need to pay for my speedo repair or replacement, i need at least 4 new sets of batteries and i have to consider to buy the latest car or spend a bit more on my CGM (ceramic bearings, new battery post and a few other bits).

Lou: I will get my table and chair off you at the next meeting.

Brian: i will pick up the money for the motor at the next meeting.

Anyway i will probably see you all at the next meet at the Creek.

See you guys
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Old 11-02-2004, 12:50 AM
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hey colin ...

i don't think u need a new chassis or even cerramic bearings ..
concentrate on ur driving b4 gettin all the fast bits

it's not fun when all u do is spend cash an have no time 4 racing !!

I'm sure u can get ur old batts fixed up ...

anyway c u at the track
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Old 11-14-2004, 12:53 AM
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Old 11-14-2004, 01:22 AM
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Originally posted by Yokomo Aust
Looks like i am out for the rest of the year. I will take a break. Save some money and come back next year. I need to pay for my speedo repair or replacement, i need at least 4 new sets of batteries and i have to consider to buy the latest car or spend a bit more on my CGM (ceramic bearings, new battery post and a few other bits).

Lou: I will get my table and chair off you at the next meeting.

Brian: i will pick up the money for the motor at the next meeting.

Anyway i will probably see you all at the next meet at the Creek.

See you guys
no problem man
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Old 11-14-2004, 01:25 AM
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Santa should have one in my name[URL=http://www.rctech.net/forum/attachment.php?s=&postid=1201822]
Im sure he has mine in there
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Old 11-15-2004, 05:56 AM
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hey guys

i notice that the yokomo drifter kits are very similar to the CGM kits! do they perfrom the same?

what are the major differences?

Thanks
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Originally posted by TRAJ
hey guys

i notice that the yokomo drifter kits are very similar to the CGM kits! do they perfrom the same?

what are the major differences?

Thanks
Materials for CGM kit is harder (graphite) and the other is just plastic.
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