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Old 09-18-2006, 05:00 PM   #15436
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Thanks olh...I looked on Stormer's but not all the parts were available. Maybe I'll call them...


Anyone else got any places or any got any to sell?? thanks again!
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Old 09-19-2006, 12:19 AM   #15437
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try these guys...
call em up...
www.horshamrcracing.com
they have quite a few SD parts.

Ask for Terri, he's pretty familiar with the Yokomo stuff.

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Old 09-19-2006, 06:48 AM   #15438
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try these guys...
call em up...
www.horshamrcracing.com
they have quite a few SD parts.

Ask for Terri, he's pretty familiar with the Yokomo stuff.

Orlando
Thanks Orlando, I'll give them a call and see what they can do.
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Old 09-19-2006, 11:23 PM   #15439
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Thanks Orlando, I'll give them a call and see what they can do.
what parts are you looking for
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Old 09-19-2006, 11:35 PM   #15440
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oh what luck..Im also looking SD parts. Mainly:
1. complete diff
2. spool
3. rayspeed shock towers
4. blue motor mounts

used or new..i dont care.hehe

PM me if anyone has parts to sell. Thanks.
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Old 09-20-2006, 12:24 AM   #15441
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i may have some graphite gears and out drives i will have to look
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I finally got in contact with Steve at Speedtechrc and he is sending me most of the parts he had to get me going plus may have found a local driver who has some spares. I also will keep in mind of the places you all posted. I appriciate the help, a lot. If I need anything else, I know where to come to...thanks again.

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Hey Pcar951, Am I to believe that you too are from Calgary?

If you are, I look forward to seeing you out in the up coming season.
I havent raced a touring car in ages and I am excited to get back into it.

I will be running an MR4TC-SD also, I have both SSG and Black SD kits.
Im hoping the flex isn't bad on these cars as it is on your LCG.
But I guess we will soon see. At my skill level right now, I doubt flex will be my biggest concern.

Where do you find to be the easiest place to get Yokomo parts in Calgary?
I will be placing a parts order through PM this week.

To everyone else, I am interested in picking up the Rayspeed shock towers, are these a good choice for a slightly bumpy carpet track?
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Old 10-02-2006, 09:18 PM   #15444
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Yup.......I'm in cowtown.

My LCG is a bit of an experiment, we all know that shaft cars accelerate quicker so....my hope is to beat all those belties from corner to corner. Failing that, I'll bring out the T2 like EVERYONE ELSE.

The LCG is the most flexible T/C I've seen yet, didn't understand the depth of flex till I built it. Wow, I'm screwed!! At least on carpet.

Competition RC out of Vancouver is the closest stocking distributor but they are reluctant to sell direct. Ordering parts through Rod at PM is probably best. Ive been bringing parts in from Yokomo USA but shipping is a little slow.

Maybe I'll see you at the track wednesday night... I'll be the guy drop kicking the Yokomo across the parking lot.
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anyone know if the LCG on a Rayspeed chassis is any good? on indoor asphalt?

did one since i busted my LCG's main chassis and only had the Rayspeed available. Noticed that the servo mount sits far back in the Ray with barely enough space left for the rx and esc (unless i stack the rx above the servo).
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for the Rayspeed chassis with LCG bulkhead..
you can do a few things of two things.

I used the Yokomo plastic servo stays..with a few spacers..got the servo to the right area give or take a 1mm.

or you drill a new hole into the Rayspeed right where the inside servo stays go on the LCG...use servo tape under the servo and tighten the inner with the standard mount...it will hold.
I'm sure some other guys have other tricks up their sleeves.
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for the Rayspeed chassis with LCG bulkhead..
you can do a few things of two things.

I used the Yokomo plastic servo stays..with a few spacers..got the servo to the right area give or take a 1mm.

or you drill a new hole into the Rayspeed right where the inside servo stays go on the LCG...use servo tape under the servo and tighten the inner with the standard mount...it will hold.
I'm sure some other guys have other tricks up their sleeves.
have a part no or pic of the plastic servo stay?
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hey guys i have a ssg silver and i broke the front tower should i get a rear tower to put on the front or should i just get the same one
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Definately go the rear tower for the front.
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thanks i thought thats what most people were running
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