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Old 06-15-2009, 02:18 AM   #601
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Hello and noticed that the steering system of the bell crank and link the center there is much slack, someone corrected this, how fix?
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Hello and noticed that the steering system of the bell crank and link the center there is much slack, someone corrected this, how fix?
do you mean the freeplay ??? i put 0.5mm shim on both side...
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How could you indicate where it shim 0.5
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How could you indicate where it shim 0.5
i just add the shim till it's has minimum free play....i add o.1mm at 1 time ...so both side end up added 0.5mm...
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Anyone know the spring rates for the white series Yokomo springs (like the ones on the car)?
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Old 06-15-2009, 07:26 PM   #606
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For Yokomo Progressive springs(white springs with color code dot)

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
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For Yokomo Progressive springs(white springs with color code dot)

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
Thank You very much!
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Old 06-16-2009, 02:28 AM   #608
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Does anyone know the part number for the suspension arms for BD5?

Are they different front to rear? I need to assess if they would fit the SD-SSG.
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Does anyone know the part number for the suspension arms for BD5?

Are they different front to rear? I need to assess if they would fit the SD-SSG.
front arm - bd008F
rear arm - bd008R

they both are different...
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correct
but the won'T fit
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does any1 know what size the hex screws are, that are used throughout the bd5?
i think the previous owner of my car changed them, and the hex has stripped
and if pitch/thread is known that would be great, so i can buy some spares.
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Should be mostly 3mm hardware... All metric, of course.

Probably needed a 2.5mm hex driver, before it got stripped...
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2mm and 1.5mm Metric
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front arm - bd008F
rear arm - bd008R

they both are different...
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but the won'T fit
Thank you guys.
Are the suspension hinge pins still 2.5 inner and 2mm outer?
does anyone know where I could find a BD5 manual in pdf?

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but the won'T fit
I think all of the Drift package Yokomo drive train parts fit the old SSG. You should be able to keep the old girl running for a while.
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