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Old 05-09-2004, 01:10 AM   #8161
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Team Bomber-G Style

The price is around 4000 Yens
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Old 05-09-2004, 01:32 AM   #8162
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Around $36. In case some people are lazy to go and calcualate.
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Old 05-09-2004, 01:34 AM   #8163
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what about the quality of the shooter's?
I saw it at $20 in a shop in HK.
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Old 05-09-2004, 03:13 AM   #8165
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I used to have a titanium drive hollow drive shaft a machinist made for me for the tc3. It was very light and strong. All it was made of was a hollow titanium shaft and 2 of the tc3 dogbones cut down.. the composite ones and they were pinned in.
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anybody have problems with the stock bearings?
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hey ive got a yokomo sd but the US version (no 1 way) i just wanna know if i can modify the standard?! make it a one way? can you guys help me out with this? thanx
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Old 05-09-2004, 08:37 AM   #8168
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I missed the DIY Fixed Spool....could someone post/explain it again, cos
I would like to make a Fixed Spool.

Thanks a Million!!

Btw Thanks to all who advised on the rear bearing binding, its better now.
Anyone ??
I tried finding but its too long
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anybody have problems with the stock bearings?
Yes, going through front bearings alot. Have tried cheap to expensive bearings and they all go south pretty quickly. The ceramics last the longest, but I save them for big races. You can get a good deal from RCboys they have a website for cheap teflon bearings. If I remember correctly, you can get 10 each for around $1.30 each. They are not currently listed on their website, 6x10s but you can e-mail them and they will send them out. Cheap enough to use and toss without worrying about it too much. www.RCBoyz.com
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Pops- when the bearings are going out what are the warning signs or how are you testing them to see if they need replaced.

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Pops- when the bearings are going out what are the warning signs or how are you testing them to see if they need replaced.

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If it is real bad you will feel it when you rotate the wheel. But you really need to remove the bearings and clean them. When they are out and clean from any oil you can tell how gritty they are, and if they need to be replaced.
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I tried finding but its too long
Losi sells spool pads that are sandpaper discs, I think they cost $1.50. Take apart your diff and clean all the diff lube off of the gear and diff rings. Put the spool pads on top of your diff rings with the sandpaper side out, leave all the diff balls out of the diff but keep the thrust bearings and spring in and screw everything down tight. You now have a spool. I've been running mine like this for over a month now with barely any wear.
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hey ive got a yokomo sd but the US version (no 1 way) i just wanna know if i can modify the standard?! make it a one way? can you guys help me out with this? thanx
There is no way to modify a diff to be a oneway, they are 100% different
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Matt and Pops...wanted to talk droop. What are your thoughts on initial starting spots for front and rear droop on the CGM? What changes are you looking at obtaining when running less droop (Higher number on guage)?

I am still trying to dial in my Yok...one run it is spooky fast then it gets unstable at times and am trying to get all the info I can...

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Old 05-09-2004, 11:17 AM   #8175
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will the team suzuki aluminum knuckles for the MR4TC-SP fit the SD? are they the same?
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