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Old 06-11-2005, 09:55 PM   #13891
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Anybody remember the width of the axle bearings off the top of their heads (3mm or 4mm?), im pretty sure its 6x10x3 , just dont want to order a box of the wrong ones.
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6x10x3 is the correct size.
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Mr.Shookie: thanks for the reply, lastly, did you still place or remove te bump stops in the shock shafts in your LCG? (the 0-rings inbetween the shocks and spring retainer)
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Old 06-12-2005, 04:23 AM   #13893
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That would be great. Do you have any tips for foams?

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The foams will fit if you cut them to 28mm and use the inside hole on the lower susepension arm for the shock.
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Old 06-12-2005, 08:23 AM   #13894
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Mr.Shookie: thanks for the reply, lastly, did you still place or remove te bump stops in the shock shafts in your LCG? (the 0-rings inbetween the shocks and spring retainer)
I took them out but when I race at SoCal I am going to take Randy's suggestion and put them back in as that track can be murder on your car.
Right now it is setup pretty good, I am going to run a few batts through it Wendsday as to get a fairly good setup for the next race with the LCG will be at SoCal on the second of July...I know seems like forever....But I have to get the BD preped for the KO race in two weeks. So for now its all about the BD.
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Old 06-12-2005, 08:51 AM   #13895
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Hey Southern Cali, guys. The hitec race in Poway is July 30th and here is the entry form.

http://www.hitecrcd.com/MikesSpace/R...try%202005.pdf
Hope to see all you Yok guys there.
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Old 06-12-2005, 11:24 AM   #13896
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one thing about the lcg i dont like is the fact that you cant adjust the ackerman atall, but as the centre alumnium link has a '0' on it i guess they wil be making other parts as an option?
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Old 06-13-2005, 10:46 AM   #13897
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Hey Guys,
Here is the place to get your Rubberneck Bumpers. They have the SD/BD ones for sale now.
http://www.pdubracing.com/products.htm
scoll down to item #PD017
These are firmer and lighter than the standard or the extra wide bumpers and I have found that they are ultra strong and also protects as well as the extra wide bumper without having to add the extra weight of the extention.
Just thought you guess would like to know.
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Is anybody running the rollbar ball cups and HPI studs? I just got my order from speedtech, and can't decide whether to switch over on my SD or wait for the BD to make the transplant.
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Old 06-13-2005, 12:49 PM   #13899
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Is anybody running the rollbar ball cups and HPI studs? I just got my order from speedtech, and can't decide whether to switch over on my SD or wait for the BD to make the transplant.
I did the switch to both, but I stock with the yokomo ball studs.
You will be glad you made the switch to the open ball cups...Lightere and more free.
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Is anybody running the rollbar ball cups and HPI studs? I just got my order from speedtech, and can't decide whether to switch over on my SD or wait for the BD to make the transplant.
on my pro4 and BD.
open ball cups makes it easier to make adjustments. no longer have to pop the closed ball cups on and off resulting in unnessary slop.
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Are they less slop/friction than the regular studs and Yok cups? Even the RPM?
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hi,

does anyone know what the maximum tooth 64dp spur is that will fit inside the lcg?

more importantly will a 112t and 116t 64dp spur fit in it?

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does anyone know what the maximum tooth 64dp spur is that will fit inside the lcg?

more importantly will a 112t and 116t 64dp spur fit in it?

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On the LCG 100t 64p is the largest.
Hope that helps.
I believe for the BD 112t is the largest...
Granted both of these are without modifications. I think you could get 105 in the LCG and 116t on the BD if you do some filing.
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on my pro4 and BD.
open ball cups makes it easier to make adjustments. no longer have to pop the closed ball cups on and off resulting in unnessary slop.
Very true...hopefully Yokomo recognizes this and come out with a parts tree with 20 open-ended ballcups on it -JB
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On the LCG 100t 64p is the largest.
Hope that helps.
I believe for the BD 112t is the largest...
Granted both of these are without modifications. I think you could get 105 in the LCG and 116t on the BD if you do some filing.
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Thanx Shook, that's just the info I was looking for. You're becoming a regular source for info around here. Are you trying to take over Matt H. and pops spots? I haven't put my LCG together yet but maybe that's because I'm sorta in that I HATE putting used pieces on a new kit/conversion. Go figure . So I'm just compiling a list of parts needed to get started on this thing. I think I have 95% of everything, just double checking. I did race my BD yesterday though -JB
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