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Old 01-10-2005, 01:15 AM   #11641
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anybody know if i can run a bl system in this car?
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Old 01-10-2005, 01:32 AM   #11642
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anybody know if i can run a bl system in this car?
Yes you can,
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Old 01-10-2005, 04:12 AM   #11643
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By running Futaba 9550 servo and the recievr on the servo you can esily mount a Novak BL Speedo on the chassis, i had some problems mouting mine when running "regular size" servos
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Old 01-10-2005, 04:17 AM   #11644
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Can you suggest some tyre inserts for a low-med grip track?

What do you think of the Yok-037M / Sorex "C" Medium?
those should both work well, you'll get plenty of air gap with either so they should work fine on a low grip surface.
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Orion / JB inserts works kind of everywhere, especially the 2-piece one's if you run on low traction surface. Just skip the inner piece and you'll get lots of airgap
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Old 01-10-2005, 08:46 AM   #11646
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Just a shot in the dark here,
Does anyone have a setup for So.Cal. for the Rayspeed upgrade.
I went there two weeks ago and could not find a good combo,
I am running Yokomo dish rims with super thin Yok insert on Sorex 36Rs and have two bodys, Alfa2 and Nemisis. Any help would be appreciated as I am hoping to make a few more trips down to So.Cal. this year.
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ANYONE with a setup for So.Cal. with the RAYSPEED Upgrade??????
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Old 01-10-2005, 10:56 AM   #11647
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Made a setupsheet on my latest SDW-setup. In Swedish though but if you lay it besides an english sheet you can probably understand the hardest things
The sheet
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Old 01-10-2005, 07:44 PM   #11648
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nice job, but you guys spell funny.
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Old 01-10-2005, 09:15 PM   #11649
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Hi Guys,

We got a small batch of Yokomo SDW worlds car parts in stock today. They are all update online

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for the SDW owners are the lower chassis , upper deck, and motor mount the same as the regular SD?
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for the SDW owners are the lower chassis , upper deck, and motor mount the same as the regular SD?
The lower deck is definitely different, I'm not sure about the upper deck and the motor mount. But the upper deck and motor mount all have different part numbers

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No, the chassis, upper deck and motor mount are all quite a bit different. The upper deck may fit, just looks a bit slimmer in the middle of it, only bit of it you might have problemse with is mounting it onto the normal diff cases because of how they have designed the ends of it.

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The upper and lower deck is definitely different.
I have compared it with my SD SSG version.

Not sure about the motor mount.
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The upper and lower deck is definitely different.
I have compared it with my SD SSG version.

Not sure about the motor mount.
Ditto...

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Which Rayspeed rear shock towers do you recommend for the front and rear of the Yokomo CGM chassis? It seems that there is more than one kind of Rayspeed shock tower.

Also, which mounting positions would you recommend for the Rayspeed shock tower when mounted on the CGM.

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