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Old 12-18-2004, 10:42 PM   #11221
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Hey Jaybee,

When you gonna come race on the rug at rain city?????????

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Old 12-18-2004, 11:03 PM   #11222
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Hehe, not a stupid question. I just didn't quite clarify what I was saying.. hehe.. my fault.

Anyways, what I mean is... you switch the Left rear hub with the Right rear hub.... and switch the Right rear hub with the Left rear hub. Very simple. You are not switching the Toe in blocks... just the rear hubs.
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Old 12-18-2004, 11:49 PM   #11223
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So anybody seen actual production pix of the SDW? It's been out a couple of days in Japan. I'm interested to see if the specs changed from the pix that was posted by the CML guy during the worlds. Dave (JDM), anybody?
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Old 12-19-2004, 12:31 AM   #11224
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I think John Bull refers the 1998 Worlds, which David won every classes. Jon Orr was driving a yokomo in touring car. AE didn't have a touring car yet. Hodapp was driving a yokomo also, he was running Maxtec motor together with Baker. Another top gun ran the yokomo was Mike Swauger. I know because I was there. Don't believe everything you see in Car Action, so much wrong informations.
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Old 12-19-2004, 01:36 AM   #11225
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Hey Jaybee,

When you gonna come race on the rug at rain city?????????

-Korey
Hey Korey, what's up dude; I was scratchin' boards there two weekends ago . Is the Rain gonna be open Friday night?
If not, I'll be up there week after next . Working OT and going to school 2 nights a week kind of gets in the way

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Old 12-19-2004, 01:38 AM   #11226
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Thanx Kilruf

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Old 12-19-2004, 02:16 AM   #11227
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Stupid question Kilruf and pardon the simple mind- how do you reverse the 'toe blocks' with the 'rear hubs'?

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Don't you just use the 1 block that comes with the CGM kit?
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Old 12-19-2004, 02:07 PM   #11228
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Use aluminum suspension mounts. They don't come in 1 degree. But I do specify that in my setup sheets for people who don't have the aluminum mounts.
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Old 12-19-2004, 02:41 PM   #11229
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Don't you just use the 1 block that comes with the CGM kit?
Because I don't have the CGM and I'm using the aluminum mounts that doesn't come in 1 degree

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Old 12-20-2004, 01:24 AM   #11230
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Hi friends. Greetings from Malta.

WORLDS 98. Yes. That's the one. David S had won all 3 classes.

Correction to my previous list of Yoke runners. Mike Swauger was indeed in the top 10, and he is wearing a Yoke shirt.

There was no TC3 yet. Top cars were Losi with the Street Weapon, and Yokomo with the YR4 Type J. Between them they filled the A final. There were plenty of HPIs and Schumachers. Kyosho had a team, and Corally were experimenting with their pre production C4.

Son Josh was running a Schumacher SST, and if you look in the RC Car Action report of that event you will see a very nice pic of my son's car - complete with JOHN BULL RACING sticker, which RC Car Action thought was a Schumacher prototype because it had so many interesting mods.

Back to the Worlds A finalists pic. Mike Blackstock is also in the pic, wearing a BLACK Tee shirt. I can't remember what he was driving then, but it could well have been another Yoke.

And talking successful Yokes, we had another great day yesterday. At the IRMCC Christmas Cup meeting, my son Josh won all 3 finals easily with his TC3 and I placed 2nd with 3 consistent results with my Yoke CGM.

For those interested our cars run with Corally's excellent mod motors and cells, Novak GTX speedos, KO Propo transmitters and servos, and they are prepared exclusively by John Bull Racing.

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ZC-207A Anti-Roll Bar Ball Cups 1.00
How many come in a pack?
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Hi Guys,

Just got off the phone with Yokomo USA. The SDW should be arriving tomorrow and we should be shipping them out the same day as well

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How many come in a pack?
2 eyelet type and 2 ball cup type in each pack.
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So anybody seen actual production pix of the SDW? It's been out a couple of days in Japan. I'm interested to see if the specs changed from the pix that was posted by the CML guy during the worlds. Dave (JDM), anybody?
Yokomo USA is packaging the kits up today and they said it is an exact copy of Masami's car at the worlds, none of the specs have been changed I hope everyone that is getting one has some extra driveshafts, the YMP all aluminum universals are not designed to be strong, they're designed for all out performance at the sacrifice of durability.
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Old 12-20-2004, 09:29 PM   #11235
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Thanx for the advice Matt ; but I have a question for you- part#-YS.1SS.6 (long type shocks), have you gotten these? Got some extra ones in today that I'm gonna used with RS springs, item A on the parts tree, why is it only one? Is it supposed to be used for a particular shock (ie. FRT or R) ?

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