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Old 09-07-2009, 09:12 PM   #1006
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Hi Elwyn. Got your PM but no email Anyway, i replied as well. Thanks!
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Old 09-08-2009, 12:35 AM   #1007
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jimmy, i think this is good news as got 1 company come out with a DCJ for trf416..so i think this might suit our bd5

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Old 09-08-2009, 02:42 AM   #1008
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Interesting. I only wonder if they will clear the caster block hole. That's why on the 009, the caster block hole is very large. It has to accommodate the movement of the axle joint. If the hole is too small, then the joint will hit. Therefore, it will not work. But if it fits the 416 and works with the stock caster blocks, then it might work with the BD5. How do you get these?
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Old 09-08-2009, 03:14 AM   #1009
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Interesting. I only wonder if they will clear the caster block hole. That's why on the 009, the caster block hole is very large. It has to accommodate the movement of the axle joint. If the hole is too small, then the joint will hit. Therefore, it will not work. But if it fits the 416 and works with the stock caster blocks, then it might work with the BD5. How do you get these?
my fren in hk send to me these pictures....

they selling around usd45/pair....

is that mean our bd5 can use it ???
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Old 09-08-2009, 03:16 AM   #1010
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my fren in hk send to me these pictures....

they selling around usd45/pair....

is that mean our bd5 can use it ???
If I had a way to get some, I would test them out in my BD5. If they did not work, I can always use them in my TA05.
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Old 09-08-2009, 03:25 AM   #1011
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If I had a way to get some, I would test them out in my BD5. If they did not work, I can always use them in my TA05.
u can buy here

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Old 09-08-2009, 03:56 AM   #1012
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double joint cvds are definately not necessary

they just create understeer ... that's it

rather spend your money on hard suspension parts as those actually increase the cars performance
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Old 09-08-2009, 03:34 PM   #1013
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Hi Elwyn. Got your PM but no email Anyway, i replied as well. Thanks!
Hi Gerry,

U got an email.

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Old 09-10-2009, 06:47 PM   #1014
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Old 09-16-2009, 06:38 AM   #1015
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New!!! BD5 Option Parts From Yokomo Japan


BD-002P Main Chassis for BD5 ( Straight Pack)


BD-003CS Upper Deck Set for BD5 Square Type Battery


BD-201R8 Center Link For BD5 (8mm Type)


BD-301FF2 Aluminum Front Suspension Arm Mount for BD5 (Front
42mm)



BD-301FR2 Aluminum Front Suspension Arm Mount for BD5 (Rear 42mm)


BD-301RF1 Aluminum Rear Suspension Arm Mount for BD5 (Front 41.3mm)


BD-302FL1 Front Bulkhead Cap (Left) 3.5mm Wide I Arm Pivot
BD-302FR1 Front Bulkhead Cap (Right) 3.5mm Wide I Arm Pivot
BD-302RL1 Rear Bulkhead Cap (Left) 3.5mm Wide I Arm Pivot
BD-302RR1 Rear Bulkhead Cap (Right) 3.5mm Wide I Arm Pivot


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how do you strap in the Lipo with that chassis plate?
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it's meant for stickpack style batteries and therefore doesn't use any battery tape whatsoever but a battery strap with additional plastic mounts
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how do you strap in the Lipo with that chassis plate?
That Chassis is design for Straight pack Sub C battery, not design for Lipo.

You need to do some modification to fit the Lipo into this chassis.

For Lipo battery, is recommended to use the original chassis with the new upper deck.
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standard chassi, standard topdeck for lipo

or p-chassi with new topdeck .... but then you need to use a lipo with no battery placement thingis
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standard chassi, standard topdeck for lipo

or p-chassi with new topdeck .... but then you need to use a lipo with no battery placement thingis
Martin, is the combination of the standard chassis and new top deck a good combo?

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