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Old 07-05-2009, 11:27 PM   #706
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Where are people buying parts for the BD5 in the states? (or at least shipped to the states?)

I am quite interested in picking up the BD5 later.
u can order online

www.rcmarket.com.hk
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Old 07-06-2009, 12:09 AM   #707
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FORGET THE BD-5! GET THE "AWESOMATIX" WHEN IT COMES OUT!!!!!!
Having fun being a troll? People will buy what they want. The Awesomatrix looks nifty, but at the price point Oleg is saying, its not even a consideration.
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Old 07-06-2009, 12:11 AM   #708
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kschu, thanks. I was looking there to purchase the kit as well. The nice thing is parts look to be similar priced to the TC5. Problem is shipping from there changes that...oh well. Can't have my cake and eat it too.
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Old 07-06-2009, 12:44 AM   #709
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I WOULD GET EVEN IF IT WAS $1800!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
good luck with u then........
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Old 07-06-2009, 12:58 AM   #710
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TOO BAD IF YOUR POOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DON'T HATE RICH PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!!
thanks for your compliment...we poor that y we choose BD5 rather than your awesomatic....

poor ppl no money buy awesomatic...oni afford to buy e4, cyclone, bd5, xray, tamiya n bla bla bla....

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Old 07-06-2009, 01:12 AM   #711
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STOP HATING........
i saw u post in all thread saying the same words which made ppl anooying......what u did now will make no ppl want buy your awesomatic....: lol:


ur company should thanks to what u did now......
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Old 07-06-2009, 01:47 AM   #712
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Yeah, I had an awesomatix, but it broke all the time and performed very bad, so we started calling it the suckomatix!
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Blog updated once again
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Old 07-06-2009, 06:16 AM   #714
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Yokomo has now released the new hard suspension parts.

they where used successfully by Ronald and me in pre-production tests and are now ready for sale

the material is very strong and to some well known from the BDM (I personally never broke a BDM wishbone!)

It will add steering, responsiveness and cornerspeed without any real negative points

one of the best option parts I can suggest

http://www.teamyokomo.com/jpn/news/0...5_g_parts.html
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New Graphite parts
but had 3 types rear suspension arm
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Yokomo has now released the new hard suspension parts.

they where used successfully by Ronald and me in pre-production tests and are now ready for sale

the material is very strong and to some well known from the BDM (I personally never broke a BDM wishbone!)

It will add steering, responsiveness and cornerspeed without any real negative points

one of the best option parts I can suggest

http://www.teamyokomo.com/jpn/news/0...5_g_parts.html
This mean need to stock up 3 type of arm.....why they dont just make an arm with 3 hole ???
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This mean need to stock up 3 type of arm.....why they dont just make an arm with 3 hole ???
This is my question.
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I really don't think you need it. I'm going with the middle hole (stock location) version. However, I'm not sure how a stiffer or harder arm is going to play out on low traction asphalt tracks. Sure it'll add more steering, but I think it's due to less flex and more chassis rotation. So overall, you'll loose grip generated by suspension. IMHO. But looking at the pricing, it'll cost you over $40 to upgrade to all the new bits (minus the other 2 arm sets). Of course, my dumbass will try it though.
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