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Old 01-18-2011, 12:41 AM   #2476
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Hello Arn0,
looking at that chart for what i know the lastest Yoko Springs share the same code number but they are differents as lb/in or gf/mm

I have this table:

Yokomo (Pro shock spring long type with color marking at the bottom)

* Black - 258 gF/mm
* Blue - 264 gF/mm
* Yellow - 280 gF/mm
* Pink - 290 gF/mm
* Green - 303 gF/mm
* Orange - 330 gF/mm

Yokomo Springs #code lb/in

YS-1460L Black 14.50 Softest
YS-14575L Blue 14.80
YS-1455L Yellow 15.70
YS-1565L Pink 16.26
YS-15625L Green 17.00
YS-1560 Orange 18.50 Hardest


Is possible that chart is still using the old Yokomo springs? (full colour version)
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Old 01-18-2011, 05:03 AM   #2477
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Thanks, thats the new one I was interested in
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Old 01-19-2011, 08:23 AM   #2478
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can you add the BD5WR Chassis plate to the old BD5 without modification?
I like the idea of 2 servo mounts.
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Old 01-19-2011, 04:54 PM   #2479
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http://www.kshobby.com/
this is my bd5 converted to bd5wr... all parts delivered by KSCHU...
WR chasis is definitely faster at all corner... u never regret to own her...
owh... they are limited too...
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can you tell me which part needed to convert BD5 to BD5WR? thx
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Old 01-19-2011, 05:00 PM   #2480
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Hello Arn0,
looking at that chart for what i know the lastest Yoko Springs share the same code number but they are differents as lb/in or gf/mm

I have this table:

Yokomo (Pro shock spring long type with color marking at the bottom)

* Black - 258 gF/mm
* Blue - 264 gF/mm
* Yellow - 280 gF/mm
* Pink - 290 gF/mm
* Green - 303 gF/mm
* Orange - 330 gF/mm

Yokomo Springs #code lb/in

YS-1460L Black 14.50 Softest
YS-14575L Blue 14.80
YS-1455L Yellow 15.70
YS-1565L Pink 16.26
YS-15625L Green 17.00
YS-1560 Orange 18.50 Hardest


Is possible that chart is still using the old Yokomo springs? (full colour version)
Hey,

It is possible the chart contains old springs' values as I did it some time back and added the reference later. I may have mixed up things as I never racing TC. No one came to me to highlight this point.

Let me know which values I have to use and I'll do the update.
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Old 01-19-2011, 06:30 PM   #2481
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can you tell me which part needed to convert BD5 to BD5WR? thx
hi,

if u convert normal bd5 to WR

u need WR lowerdeck, W upperdeck, W motor motor mount, W 2 x servo mount, Yokomo Geardiff

if u convert from bd5W to WR

u only need wr lowerdeck, w servo mount x 1 and yokomo geardiff
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Old 01-19-2011, 06:47 PM   #2482
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hey man did you get my PM?
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Old 01-19-2011, 10:20 PM   #2483
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hey man did you get my PM?
yes mate....pm reply...
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Old 01-20-2011, 12:48 AM   #2484
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Hey,

It is possible the chart contains old springs' values as I did it some time back and added the reference later. I may have mixed up things as I never racing TC. No one came to me to highlight this point.

Let me know which values I have to use and I'll do the update.
i'll try to have more info about this, i'll give you an update as soon as i have news
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Old 01-20-2011, 03:55 AM   #2485
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hi guys, yesterday i had my brand new bd5wr hit the track for the first time.

the car is awesome...really!
even if i m not a pro driver i could tell you that it is:

-solid on the ground
-incredibly smooth
-very fast
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here is some pisc:











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Old 01-20-2011, 03:56 AM   #2486
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It's enormous too! Looks about six feet long!
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and those are the very first 3 laps...

hope u enjoy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPMuCCOWeog
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new blog update:

http://hofaaa.wordpress.com/
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Default Side Piece Outdrives

If anyone is interested in running Xray ECS Driveshafts in their BD-5 you can use the TOP spool and these outdrives



The Top spool and these outdrives are a direct fit in the BD5

They are made out of 7075 aluminum.

They can be found here http://sidepieceracing.com
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If anyone is interested in running Xray ECS Driveshafts in their BD-5 you can use the TOP spool and these outdrives



The Top spool and these outdrives are a direct fit in the BD5

They are made out of 7075 aluminum.

They can be found here http://sidepieceracing.com
Nice....I may want to try it out....they mention for BD5 I need to use 'TBD' type C-Hub....what's TBD??
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