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Old 01-14-2011, 10:00 AM   #2461
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Yea you should do it really, especially if you are gonna run on asphalt.
thanks a lot , I'll do it,

I have an other question, drive shaft pin have not flat spot, I think it's would be really better to make one?
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Old 01-14-2011, 01:48 PM   #2462
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ok the pinion here is 42T and the spur is 96T...which gives 4.5 a little too much for my sp 13.5 which actually i m running at 5.5/6

do you know if i can use a 81T rw spurgear pitch48?
Yes, you can use 81T 48dp, and 26 - 29 pinions for this FDR, aproximately.

Nico, is not necessary if you put a drop of thread lock in the screw, but if you make a flat spot in the center of pin, is more secure.

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Old 01-14-2011, 03:05 PM   #2463
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Yes, you can use 81T 48dp, and 26 - 29 pinions for this FDR, aproximately.

Nico, is not necessary if you put a drop of thread lock in the screw, but if you make a flat spot in the center of pin, is more secure.

Greetings, Luis C.
I used to put thread lock on screws T3 drive shafts but I wasn't enough, so I will make a flat spot, thanks.
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Old 01-14-2011, 05:54 PM   #2464
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ok the pinion here is 42T and the spur is 96T...which gives 4.5 a little too much for my sp 13.5 which actually i m running at 5.5/6

do you know if i can use a 81T rw spurgear pitch48?
Yes , u can...I'm using 80t spur....
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Old 01-15-2011, 11:57 AM   #2465
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Yes , u can...I'm using 80t spur....

perfect, i put the 81T which fits perfect but i only used 2 screws do you think this should be a problem??

this is where i get so far!!
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Old 01-15-2011, 06:37 PM   #2467
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I'm running a JAAD spool at the moment guys but the outdrives will soon be in need of replacement.

Trying to find any JAAD steel outdrives is like trying to find the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow! So I'm wondering if you lot know of any other outdrives that I can use that will fit. These maybe,

http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...ducts_id=19229

or will those only fit the official Yoke BD5 spool?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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I'm running a JAAD spool at the moment guys but the outdrives will soon be in need of replacement.

Trying to find any JAAD steel outdrives is like trying to find the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow! So I'm wondering if you lot know of any other outdrives that I can use that will fit. These maybe,

http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...ducts_id=19229

or will those only fit the official Yoke BD5 spool?

Thanks in advance for your help.
No those won't fit. I have the jaad spool and after half a season of mod racing the spool cups are worn out. Your only option is to get the yokomo spool and buy the steel option cups D-046 and run those.


Or wait for the new roche spool coming out soon with revised spool cups.
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Old 01-16-2011, 11:53 AM   #2469
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This has probably already been asked, but I picked up a BD after a few years not racing touring cars. Got it real cheap and am loving racing on road again. A friend is wanting to get into it as well, so I have an opportunity to sell the BD. Is the BD5 that much better then the BD?
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This has probably already been asked, but I picked up a BD after a few years not racing touring cars. Got it real cheap and am loving racing on road again. A friend is wanting to get into it as well, so I have an opportunity to sell the BD. Is the BD5 that much better then the BD?
i had the old BD, nice car. But the BD5 is really much better. I noticed a big improve upgrade my BD5 into the World Edition with the new lipo chassis, new topdeck, etc.
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This has probably already been asked, but I picked up a BD after a few years not racing touring cars. Got it real cheap and am loving racing on road again. A friend is wanting to get into it as well, so I have an opportunity to sell the BD. Is the BD5 that much better then the BD?
not worth the $$ to upgrade when you can just hopup the old BD with the BD5 steering plate and use BD5 jubs and steering knuckles.
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Does anyone have a Yokomo spring chart? or know the rating on the Yokomo springs?
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Does anyone have a Yokomo spring chart? or know the rating on the Yokomo springs?
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Old 01-17-2011, 09:38 PM   #2475
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not worth the $$ to upgrade when you can just hopup the old BD with the BD5 steering plate and use BD5 jubs and steering knuckles.

I thought I would post pics of my BD to BD5 steering conversion for those that may be curious to see what it looks like. BD5 standard rack, c-hubs(BD5 c-hub is thinner so you will need a 1mm shim, or two .5 shims to space it on the BD arm), BD5 knuckles and kingpins. 45.5 front universals are used. Roche spool used but BD5 spool will fit. Also using the "thin type" wheel hexes(4.1mm width) available at the link below with no wheel hex spacers for 188mm front end width using TOP Solaris tires. I also used 39mm tie-rods for the steering assembly. I DID NOT have to drill out the arms for the outer pins going through the c-hub.

http://www.driftspeed.com/index.php?...oducts_id=2264









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