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Old 04-25-2011, 04:30 PM   #661
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Randy - Just put a 42 tooth spool up front and run the BD5 Gear Diff in the rear. You will end up using the same belts as I had posted earlier.
bd5 gear diff is 40 tooth correct? Thanks
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Old 04-26-2011, 11:58 AM   #662
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Yes - the BD5 Gear Diff is a 40 tooth. You should be able to order it from Rob at Superior Hobbies. He is now carrying Spec-R products. Otherwise HKS hobbies on Cali has them in stock.
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Randy - Just put a 42 tooth spool up front and run the BD5 Gear Diff in the rear. You will end up using the same belts as I had posted earlier.
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Yes - the BD5 Gear Diff is a 40 tooth. You should be able to order it from Rob at Superior Hobbies. He is now carrying Spec-R products. Otherwise HKS hobbies on Cali has them in stock.
thanks for the info Brad, ill look into it soon. and also, do you know what the actual part number for the belts are?
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BD-5 40t SPEC-R diff now ordered looking forward to seeing what a differance it makes to the 09 racing in 17.5 non boosted and boosted.
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okay im stuck, i should know this question but i really need help, my car is hooking to just the right side, i have checked chassis tweak, suspension tweak, spring, tires, shock issues, radio enpoints, droop, camber, any other ideas that i may have missed other then bent hing pins or anything? Thanks
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okay im stuck, i should know this question but i really need help, my car is hooking to just the right side, i have checked chassis tweak, suspension tweak, spring, tires, shock issues, radio enpoints, droop, camber, any other ideas that i may have missed other then bent hing pins or anything? Thanks
Check Your car for blown bearings. More than likely that is your issue.
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okay im stuck, i should know this question but i really need help, my car is hooking to just the right side, i have checked chassis tweak, suspension tweak, spring, tires, shock issues, radio enpoints, droop, camber, any other ideas that i may have missed other then bent hing pins or anything? Thanks
Also look at the spool if you use the Derlin one, I have found when it gets damaged where the blades go in, the car will pull to one side.
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Also look at the spool if you use the Derlin one, I have found when it gets damaged where the blades go in, the car will pull to one side.
thanks for the idea, i actually run the aluminum but thanks anyway
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Check Your car for blown bearings. More than likely that is your issue.
okay thanks, thats one thing i didnt have time to do last night
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anybody know where i can get the super narrow chassis upgrade in the united states, im having an issue finding it on the corally USA site (if its even there) or a place i can buy it at all? Thanks in advance
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The super narrow chassis is not listed yet, your best bet would be to call Corally USA directly.
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The super narrow chassis is not listed yet, your best bet would be to call Corally USA directly.
I might do that in a couple of days, i mainly want it for outdoor racing to put on my spare car.
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Randy - Just put a 42 tooth spool up front and run the BD5 Gear Diff in the rear. You will end up using the same belts as I had posted earlier.
Wouldn't different size pulleys cause front and rear wheels spin at different rates?
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