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Old 04-03-2004, 03:17 AM   #7756
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who makes that wide bumper? is it a yokomo part? if so, does anyone know the part number? thanks!
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Old 04-03-2004, 03:45 AM   #7757
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yes it frm yokomo... the size is wider than the stock bumper
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Old 04-03-2004, 04:16 AM   #7758
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Default ULTIMATE CGM

I want to build the ultimate CGM. What parts should i keep standard and what parts should i change and what should i change them to. For example should i change the standard bearings to ceramic, should i change the drive shaft to graphite or Tobee aluminium, should i keep the CGM standard chassis or replace it with the light weight on.

Remember this is the ULTIMATE CGM

What would you choose?
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Old 04-03-2004, 07:05 AM   #7759
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ULTIMATE CGM
There is no ultimate. Yokomo and other makers always come out with new stuff.

Read my signature.
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Old 04-03-2004, 07:34 AM   #7760
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There is no ultimate. Yokomo and other makers always come out with new stuff.

Read my signature.
Jeeeze, the guy only wants to know what parts he should put on its car to make it at the best spec he can. No need to get all big headed on him!

I personally would use the Square titanium input drives for a start, the lightweight CGM chassis and a lightweight shaft of some sort
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Old 04-03-2004, 07:36 AM   #7761
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yeah go easy mate......
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Old 04-03-2004, 08:02 AM   #7762
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Ohhh! I meant no harm. I apologize if my words look that way.

KID TRF, here's my sd. Thought you might want to take a look.
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Old 04-03-2004, 08:10 AM   #7765
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Nice looking Yoke!!!!!!
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Old 04-03-2004, 02:49 PM   #7766
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Now thats what i am talking about. Love that car looks like it has every blue aluminium hop up there is...Nice jobe.
I dont take offense what anyone posts in reply to my question. I understand that words can be read to mean alot of things and it is upto the reader to interperate them the way they want.
I know my question is broad and basic for you full time Yoke guys i am sorry. I just want to make the most of my money like everyone else.

So Tobee Craft drive shaft, Ceramic bearings, Square ti parts and Light weight CGM chassis.

What else is a must have or consideration or this top performer CGM???
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well i say get some front alloy hubs, this is only because i have had no end of problems with that area of the car..
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Now thats what i am talking about. Love that car looks like it has every blue aluminium hop up there is...Nice jobe.
I dont take offense what anyone posts in reply to my question. I understand that words can be read to mean alot of things and it is upto the reader to interperate them the way they want.
I know my question is broad and basic for you full time Yoke guys i am sorry. I just want to make the most of my money like everyone else.

So Tobee Craft drive shaft, Ceramic bearings, Square ti parts and Light weight CGM chassis.

What else is a must have or consideration or this top performer CGM???
1st- get Team Suzuki hop-ups. 2nd- Alumn. suspension mount for CGM. 3rd- Square hop-ups. 4th- Tobee Craft or Product D. 5th- rest up to you.
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Old 04-04-2004, 08:10 AM   #7769
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who makes that wide bumper? is it a yokomo part? if so, does anyone know the part number? thanks!
hi, how's the CGM coming along? haven't run mine yet! still waiting to go to our LHS to get RPM NTC3 bumpers for the CGM.

Got Tamiya TRF short springs for the car and Ti hex screws since RT does nothave them yet. the springs are a Perfect fit!

I still have your large heat shrink.


Hope to see you soon!!!

Guys: the RPM NTC3 bumpers are great with the SD, just a litle modification!
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@ Aku-Man
Is that Rides motor air induct?
Does it really work? Coz i'm thinking of getting one

Today i tried 27 turn stock-class today after running 10 and 12 limit mod in more than 5 years.
It was real fun, very challenging to keep up the pace
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