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Old 04-15-2010, 07:20 AM   #1576
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BTW where is Martin of late, maybe a no show because his cars are so far removed from the average production cars that we spend our money on.


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Old 04-15-2010, 08:42 AM   #1577
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Well still no suitable answer to my question about the wheel hexs. Someone posted a part number, but these are not the original parts for a BD and no one stocks them as far as I have contacted.

As usual, there is no support for after you after you buy a Yokomo on here.
may be because every 20 Tamiya is sold 1 Yokomo... i prefer to be an "elite" driver

Anyway give a look at this, may be is what you are looking for ZS-011N

http://www.teamyokomo.com/jpn/partsl...s_zs_011n.html
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Old 04-15-2010, 09:08 AM   #1578
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Well still no suitable answer to my question about the wheel hexs. Someone posted a part number, but these are not the original parts for a BD and no one stocks them as far as I have contacted.

As usual, there is no support for after you after you buy a Yokomo on here.

Go to the Xray, TOP, Tamiya threads and ask a question, and you are pounded by information.

BTW where is Martin of late, maybe a no show because his cars are so far removed from the average production cars that we spend our money on.
There's plenty of support on Yokomo here! I aways go to http://www.rc-race-and-drift-japan.com/ to find what I need and if its not there then they will be able to get it for you. Best thing to do if you can't find the 4mm hex for the bd5 is to get there Narrow hex (ZS-011N) It starts off narrow and you can add wheel spacers to give the width you need from 4-6mm. Don't give up on Yokomo!!!

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Old 04-15-2010, 02:22 PM   #1579
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Dave,

Doing some of the BTCC this year and hopefully getting to more tracks in general than last year.

Can't wait to get this now.

Got to send an e-mail to Elwyn ref the bits, then i'll place my order

Thanks to all for the advice
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Old 04-15-2010, 05:55 PM   #1580
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Well still no suitable answer to my question about the wheel hexs. Someone posted a part number, but these are not the original parts for a BD and no one stocks them as far as I have contacted.

As usual, there is no support for after you after you buy a Yokomo on here.

Go to the Xray, TOP, Tamiya threads and ask a question, and you are pounded by information.

BTW where is Martin of late, maybe a no show because his cars are so far removed from the average production cars that we spend our money on.
well, it's depend on you mate. If you think Xray, Top and Tamiya gv u more support, just go ahead and join them.....

Im very happy with my Yokomo here as ronald volker, martin hofer ,ryan maker, antoni caretti and others yokomo drivers always sharing their tips/tricks and knowledges.....very appreciate it...
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Old 04-15-2010, 07:33 PM   #1581
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well, it's depend on you mate. If you think Xray, Top and Tamiya gv u more support, just go ahead and join them.....

Im very happy with my Yokomo here as ronald volker, martin hofer ,ryan maker, antoni caretti and others yokomo drivers always sharing their tips/tricks and knowledges.....very appreciate it...
What's ronald volker's rctech name? Haven't seen him here before.
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Old 04-15-2010, 08:44 PM   #1582
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Old 04-15-2010, 09:12 PM   #1583
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Full sized servos are so 2008. Ha, can't wait for the conversion kit to come out looks great that car.
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Full sized servos are so 2008. Ha, can't wait for the conversion kit to come out looks great that car.
haha...no choice mate...d servo is fast...0.07sec with titanium gear...

i heard in 2 week, conversion kit will release....
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Well, first i'd like to say Thank You to all at Hobby Haven, can you guess why... lol

Yep, Order placed just for the BD5W

Now i'm gonna turn into a 5 year old and be silly till it arrives, lol

Can't wait already, never ordered from Malaysia before, anyone know how long roughly it usually takes to get to the UK ??

An excited 5 Year old
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Anyone know if a 416 diff will fit a bd5?
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Will give you one on Sunday to try

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Well, first i'd like to say Thank You to all at Hobby Haven, can you guess why... lol

Yep, Order placed just for the BD5W

Now i'm gonna turn into a 5 year old and be silly till it arrives, lol

Can't wait already, never ordered from Malaysia before, anyone know how long roughly it usually takes to get to the UK ??

An excited 5 Year old
great choose mate!!
With Fedex i have the package, normally, within 3 work days from Hobbyhaven while a couple of week with a registered mail and i live in Italy; so should be the same for UK too.
Elwyn and the other guys have an excellent communication and service they are great

Now have fun with your new car.
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Old 04-16-2010, 05:48 PM   #1589
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Anyone know if a 416 diff will fit a bd5?
Why would you want to do that? The BD5 diff is one of the best TC diffs(if not the best IMO)
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http://www.redrc.net/2010/04/spec-r-...ff/#more-30113
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