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Old 06-02-2009, 08:49 AM   #511
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Hi Martin,

Could you please share your set-up used in Apeldoorn last week-end ?

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hi martin,
do you use a special crimper for the connection servo pins or just a pair of pliars?
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Hi Guys,

Hobby Haven Malaysia currently selling the Yokomo MRTC-BD5 at US $499.00 with free shipping to worldwide and full parts support.

Feel free to contact us at [email protected]

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hi, would like to know if old yokomo bdm diff set can fit into bd5?
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hi, would like to know if old yokomo bdm diff set can fit into bd5?
... when ur bd5 will be started???
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Yes, that fits.
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Hello Martin

Was checking out your setup sheet and was wondering what does mod motorbulk mean?
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what parts should i keep for spare parts ?
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Arms, hubs, and maybe a turn buckle or two are always a safe bet with ANY r/c
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i heard the front bumper holder is quite brittle....and the knuckle too....
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I think from your previous question you are asking what parts from the BDM will carry over. The diff will fit but the new one is different design and a little better especially for mod. The spool also will change over although they came out with a very nice new spool that has a aluminum center with replacable plastic outdrives. The belts are the same also. Im sure that there are some other small parts that might change over but that though is about all the bigger parts that will carry over. Arms, knuckles, hubs, chassis, axles, bones, etc are all diffrent.
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I think from your previous question you are asking what parts from the BDM will carry over. The diff will fit but the new one is different design and a little better especially for mod. The spool also will change over although they came out with a very nice new spool that has a aluminum center with replacable plastic outdrives. The belts are the same also. Im sure that there are some other small parts that might change over but that though is about all the bigger parts that will carry over. Arms, knuckles, hubs, chassis, axles, bones, etc are all diffrent.
thanks ....i saw the latest front solid at rcmarket. look quite cool....i notice the new diff is very smooth as i get chance to hold my fren's bd5. but i worry it's not lasting since it's dont hv the Outdrive Blade. somemore we will use alots of braking when using Front Solid..

btw, my BD5 is on d way now....
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thanks ....i saw the latest front solid at rcmarket. look quite cool....i notice the new diff is very smooth as i get chance to hold my fren's bd5. but i worry it's not lasting since it's dont hv the Outdrive Blade. somemore we will use alots of braking when using Front Solid..

btw, my BD5 is on d way now....
Yes, use some good anti-wear grease on the bones and it will last a bit longer. If you are not running mod, the old plastic diff is very good and last's along time also.
Let us know what you think of the new bd5 when you get it running.
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