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Old 05-26-2010, 12:21 AM   #1771
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hi shio, sorry as the stock only available on 1st June....will pm you once the stock is ready...

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Thanks and also please PM me when the Roche BD5 titanium coated suspension pins arrives as well

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Are the cam spring balls the same size as the diff balls because I am going all ceramic bearings, diff, and thrust. If the cam balls are the same as the diff then what size are the balls? Thx
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Are the cam spring balls the same size as the diff balls because I am going all ceramic bearings, diff, and thrust. If the cam balls are the same as the diff then what size are the balls? Thx
these ball size are 2.4mm...

click here if u interested to get some ceramic balls..
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these ball size are 2.4mm...

click here if u interested to get some ceramic balls..
is 2.4mm the same as 3/32" because I still have spares ceramic diff balls from my Older Mr4tc BD? Thx KS
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is 2.4mm the same as 3/32" because I still have spares ceramic diff balls from my Older Mr4tc BD? Thx KS
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yes.....can use....
KS you are the best. Checking your site now and will be putting in an order sonn. Thanks again
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thanks for the support mate.....
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thanks for the support mate.....
Hey KS one more thing? when assembling the diff, spool, or one way the manual say "flange this way" on the gear pulley. What does that mean? I see on the gear that there is a flat surface on one side and the other has three grooves? which one is considered flanged? Thanks
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Are the cam spring balls the same size as the diff balls because I am going all ceramic bearings, diff, and thrust. If the cam balls are the same as the diff then what size are the balls? Thx
2.4mm you can try this !
http://rcmarket.com.hk/product_info....jlcre54rvibbg4
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Hi guys,

I was hoping someone could answer this question. Will any of the parts for the bd1 to bd5 fit on the mr4-tc pro belt drive?? The original mr4???

I have an original yokomo which has been in storage for a few years and want to take it to the local track and get back into tc racing, racing mini. i am saving up for a bd5 but I would love to start before I get the bd5, I am worried about busting the old girl and replacing parts.

Any help would be appreciated

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Hey KS one more thing? when assembling the diff, spool, or one way the manual say "flange this way" on the gear pulley. What does that mean? I see on the gear that there is a flat surface on one side and the other has three grooves? which one is considered flanged? Thanks
front pulley flange side is the place where u screw in the scres to secure the pulley to the spool.

rear pulley flange side is for the diff joint A outdrive (shorter outdrive)

sorry mate, i dont know how to explain....

but i tried both side, nth different for me.. hope others can shade some light here..
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Hi guys,

I was hoping someone could answer this question. Will any of the parts for the bd1 to bd5 fit on the mr4-tc pro belt drive?? The original mr4???

I have an original yokomo which has been in storage for a few years and want to take it to the local track and get back into tc racing, racing mini. i am saving up for a bd5 but I would love to start before I get the bd5, I am worried about busting the old girl and replacing parts.

Any help would be appreciated

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hi mate, im sorry to tell u, the parts that can fit mr4tc is only the king pin (which located under the c-hub). the rest are not usable....
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Yeah I figured as much... I hope I don't break it while I wait for a bd5..

Thanks for the information.
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Yeah I figured as much... I hope I don't break it while I wait for a bd5..

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no prob mate....

let me know if u looking for used BD5...

i got 1 for sell ...BD5E...price is fair reasonable..
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