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Old 12-29-2010, 04:49 AM   #2401
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What servo do you guys use for your BD5? The one that does not rub or touch the steering post?

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What servo do you guys use for your BD5? The one that does not rub or touch the steering post?

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Sanwa 801/851, futaba 9551 or KO 2413 all dont that i have tried
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Old 12-29-2010, 06:23 AM   #2403
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Could somebody measure the distance between the screw holes on the suspension mounts for me?

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Could somebody measure the distance between the screw holes on the suspension mounts for me?

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They're the same as the tamiya ones if that helps.
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Sure does, thank you for your help.

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Old 12-29-2010, 07:48 AM   #2406
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Sanwa 801/851, futaba 9551 or KO 2413 all dont that i have tried

Thanks, I do have the Sanwa 801 low profile servo, now I m waiting for my kit (BD5WR) which will arrive mid of January I hope. What other tuning parts that I need? The 8mm steering plate? What does it do? Change ackerman?
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Thanks, I do have the Sanwa 801 low profile servo, now I m waiting for my kit (BD5WR) which will arrive mid of January I hope. What other tuning parts that I need? The 8mm steering plate? What does it do? Change ackerman?
The kit run good out of the box, you just need to figure out your setup on your track, first thing broke in my kit was the plastic spool out drives... you will need to replace that with the steel from http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...ducts_id=19229
you might want to get a set of springs & sway bars for tuning, I'm currently using my Xray spring. Are you running asphalt or carpet?
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Old 12-29-2010, 10:06 AM   #2408
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what's the matter exactly about steering servo, some dubs with steering post?

I have a SAnwa ERG WRX and a Sav÷x SC-1257, will they suit please?
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Thanks, I do have the Sanwa 801 low profile servo, now I m waiting for my kit (BD5WR) which will arrive mid of January I hope. What other tuning parts that I need? The 8mm steering plate? What does it do? Change ackerman?
The 8mm steering rack places the holes closer together where the ballstuds screw into, effectively making it longer. std one would be 10mm. It will make the car more responsive.

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what's the matter exactly about steering servo, some dubs with steering post?

I have a SAnwa ERG WRX and a Sav÷x SC-1257, will they suit please?
The sanwa should fit, not sure on the Sav÷x.
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Old 12-29-2010, 05:53 PM   #2410
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The 8mm steering rack places the holes closer together where the ballstuds screw into, effectively making it longer. std one would be 10mm. It will make the car more responsive.



The sanwa should fit, not sure on the Sav÷x.
Savox can fit ...im using them...
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thank you both it's great

why always using the 8mm steering plate?

Do the car not turn enough at all with sdt 10mm plate?
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thank you both it's great

why always using the 8mm steering plate?

Do the car not turn enough at all with sdt 10mm plate?
i dont know...haha...just like to add whatever that new on the market...
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new release Low friction belt for BD5...same material that use on 417 belting...
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Hi,

On W main plate, I saw you add one product to fix strongly the servo but I can't find anymore the name of this product.
Can someone help me please?
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