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Old 07-18-2012, 06:27 AM   #3706
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front toe out 5.0?

front 300 oil rear 500 oil?
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Old 07-18-2012, 05:20 PM   #3707
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If anyone in North America is looking I've got 2 BD5 WXi Kits for sale $550 + Shipping
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There has to be a spool available that uses blades. What is everyone else using?

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Old 07-19-2012, 12:45 AM   #3709
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Is the yok gear diff less leakage problem than the spec R?
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front toe out 5.0?

front 300 oil rear 500 oil?
sry there seems to be something gone wrong while filling it out.

toeout front 0,5
but the oil is correct front 300 back 500. transfers a little bit more weight to the front and generates a bit more steering. i always have the cars setup with lots of steering in theory to get the backend just a tiny bit loose.
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Old 07-21-2012, 01:32 PM   #3711
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Which version of this car works best on carpet or high traction asphalt? I'm really thinking about getting one but i know very little about each version.
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Old 07-21-2012, 09:59 PM   #3712
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Which version of this car works best on carpet or high traction asphalt? I'm really thinking about getting one but i know very little about each version.
Yokomo BD5WXi works great on carpet and high traction asphalt.
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Old 07-22-2012, 08:52 PM   #3713
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Is the yok gear diff less leakage problem than the spec R?
yes, make sure you apply the CS-DOTSG in the geardiff o-ring
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Old 07-24-2012, 08:18 AM   #3714
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Hi, can anyone tell me what the length of the Spec.R V2 dog bone is on the BD5?

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Old 07-26-2012, 02:59 PM   #3715
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Hy,

I have my BD5WX few days and now i have some Questions.

Which Bone Size should i take in the Front and in the Rear. 44 or 45,5 mm?
What is different between this two?

How can I check the balance L/R?
In both chassis (High Traction and the other one) are no holes in the middle to take a balancing Tool.

And how you made this with the Lipo, there are also no holder left and right or in the back? There is also no plate as Lipo stop.

Regards Christian
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Hy,

I have my BD5WX few days and now i have some Questions.

Which Bone Size should i take in the Front and in the Rear. 44 or 45,5 mm?
What is different between this two?

How can I check the balance L/R?
In both chassis (High Traction and the other one) are no holes in the middle to take a balancing Tool.

And how you made this with the Lipo, there are also no holder left and right or in the back? There is also no plate as Lipo stop.

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front 45.5mm , rear 44mm
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Hy,

I have my BD5WX few days and now i have some Questions.

Which Bone Size should i take in the Front and in the Rear. 44 or 45,5 mm?
What is different between this two?

How can I check the balance L/R?
In both chassis (High Traction and the other one) are no holes in the middle to take a balancing Tool.

And how you made this with the Lipo, there are also no holder left and right or in the back? There is also no plate as Lipo stop.

Regards Christian
balance i check mostly with a thin cord front to back and then just lift it up. also wenn droop is setup equal left and right you can see if tires lift of differently.

lipos with little bumps on the back like LRP ones fit perfectly. i am using the thunderpower lipos whithout bumps. you can use the 20/30g middle weight to have a stop towards the belt. forward and rearward there is no stop really. but it works perfect without.

any more info just pm. see ouy are from austria. also deutsch geht natürlich auch
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Lots of good pictures of the new Yoke starting here @ rc50.com.

Good views of the split blocks and new motor bulkheads follow...

Dirla you are the man! Dinner is on me the next time we race together!

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RedRC has photos of Ronald's car. It's called the BD7 accdg to RedRC's facebook update…

http://events.redrc.net/event-galler...championships/
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Anyone selling a WXi
looking to try one of these.
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