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Old 06-08-2009, 01:52 AM   #556
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Hello everyone, SpeedWorld Raceway & Hobbies is in the process commuicating with Yokomo Japan right now becoming a USA importer. I hope to have everything finalized in the next 3 weeks if possible to move fowards.

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bd5 ball diff bearing is 3/32 ???
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I remember these blades were released for Team Bomber spool for the BD.

It is a good news if they fit the BD5 diff.
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Helo everyone. Just received a e-mail from Yokomo today and they are going over the prices and shipping to give us and will get back with me middle of next week or sooner.
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I remember these blades were released for Team Bomber spool for the BD.

It is a good news if they fit the BD5 diff.
i think need to file abit the diff outdrive inorder for the blade to fit in...

use the bd5 diff till it's wear out then only file it...
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yes the drive pin fits flush on the out drives. the original outdrives need to be filed.
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I also remember they are brittle,...
I prefer XRay blades personally.
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hey all,

ive got a indoor carpet race comming up soon, and i just wanted to know what would be a good setup(mainly camber+suspension) for the track. and also what would be a decent gear ratio.

the track is pretty small, and quite tight with alot of quick direction changes(2 right-lefts, and 1 left-right), and a small straight.
i have a CC brushless 5700kv, running off 2s 500mah lipo. and im using kawahara 30sh foams. the springs are rayspeed white.

ive already balanced the chassis.


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I have aquestion about the aluminium diff outdrives. I am using these and have found that the diff plates have a little bit of play, is this the case with everybody? These diff plates are used on the SD too and they fit perfectly without any play on the plastic diff joints. Part number for plates is ZS506, diff outdrives BD500A.

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use diff lube on the backside of the diff plate

this will cause a stickslip effect and keep the plate from moving under preasure





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thanks martin

i also have a small problem with braking(asphault, old used rubber tyres) where the rear spins around under braking.
not sure if i need to adjust something on the car, my ESC, or its just the grip levels.
my esc braking is set to 100% i think...
ive heard that a one-way front can solve this.
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thanks martin

i also have a small problem with braking(asphault, old used rubber tyres) where the rear spins around under braking.
not sure if i need to adjust something on the car, my ESC, or its just the grip levels.
my esc braking is set to 100% i think...
ive heard that a one-way front can solve this.
one way front cant solve your problem as you cannot use brake at all....

i think your brake is set too high....try to reduce some in your esc or your gun.....
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