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Old 11-22-2003, 09:35 PM   #4771
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The bellcranks are the same from the old car. The RS steering setup is spaced a little farther back on the chassis than the stock setup so if you used it on a non-RS chassis the geometry will not be right.
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Sosidge: Thanks heaps.

One more questions are there any manufacturers that make those platic parts available in alloy by any chance ?? Thanks again hoep to hear from you guys soon.
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Old 11-22-2003, 10:39 PM   #4772
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Thanks very much.

Sosidge: Thanks heaps.

One more questions are there any manufacturers that make those platic parts available in alloy by any chance ?? Thanks again hoep to hear from you guys soon.
I dont think anyone makes them in alloy, it would simply be useless weight...
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Old 11-22-2003, 10:48 PM   #4773
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I dont think anyone makes them in alloy, it would simply be useless weight...
It dont really matter, ill just get the graphite one instead. Are they fairly fragile during collision ?? I better get two just in case. Thanks for your reply mate.
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Old 11-22-2003, 10:56 PM   #4774
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It dont really matter, ill just get the graphite one instead. Are they fairly fragile during collision ?? I better get two just in case. Thanks for your reply mate.
I've never seen or heard of anyone breaking even the stock ones...
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Old 11-23-2003, 12:23 AM   #4775
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I've never seen or heard of anyone breaking even the stock ones...
Thanks heaps. Im going to place the bell crank on a Tamiya 414 i used them before but reverted back to Tamiya but now i repositioned the servo i need some yokomo servo savers. Thats all
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another way to fit RS steering







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Old 11-23-2003, 09:10 AM   #4777
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I don't entirely see the point in that - the main aim of the Rayspeed steering (as far as I can tell) is to give a central mounting point for the steering link from the servo, so there is even steering response on both sides - whereas that is just a complicated way of having the same setup as standard.
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I'd say, if anything, you just propably added a little bit of extra weight by going with that setup...
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I'd say, if anything, you just propably added a little bit of extra weight by going with that setup...
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I don't entirely see the point in that - the main aim of the Rayspeed steering (as far as I can tell) is to give a central mounting point for the steering link from the servo, so there is even steering response on both sides - whereas that is just a complicated way of having the same setup as standard.
u got any pic of the complete Rayspeed steering??

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Old 11-23-2003, 12:35 PM   #4781
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u got any pic of the complete Rayspeed steering??

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There are pics on the Yokomo USA site...
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What size pinion is good for the yokomo MR-4TC SD SSG? cuz the 30T pinion seems over gears.
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What size pinion is good for the yokomo MR-4TC SD SSG? cuz the 30T pinion seems over gears.
depends of a lot of things:
motor
Track size/configuration/grip
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Old 11-23-2003, 01:27 PM   #4784
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I should be getting my red aluminum stuff back this week, so my SD will finally be finished Pics coming soon

Now I've gotta work on my red/chrome B4
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I have actually broken the steering on my SD during carpet/foams a month or two ago. Basically when you go with the RS Steering system you are weakening it because you have to cut/trim off part of an ear. So a good hard smack will break it. This screwed up my whole carpet day. And eventually went back to the stock steering system just before the mains when it was too late.

Soo.... it's not entirely impossible to break it.

BlackFlag..... It's the same building where the indoor offroad used to be. As for times..... I'd say around noonish is when it'll open for practice. As for getting out... I can't say. It's a new time for me to start (5pm)... and I don't know what the crowd will be like for indoor carpet. But 3 qualifiers and the mains will be run.
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