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Old 06-05-2005, 11:52 AM   #2326
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Ok ive been away from this thread a while but....

Is the LCG available as a full car or a conversion? i neeeeeeeed one that car is just like the BD but shaft, so so sexy. where can i get it from???
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Old 06-05-2005, 01:33 PM   #2327
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Ok ive been away from this thread a while but....

Is the LCG available as a full car or a conversion? i neeeeeeeed one that car is just like the BD but shaft, so so sexy. where can i get it from???
It is a conversion, and you can get it from Speedtech.
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Old 06-05-2005, 01:53 PM   #2328
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Where are the pics of your Gaggle of Yok cars??????LOL
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Is this what you wanna see Shookie ... I wanna get rid of the SSG chassis but looks like nobody want one. I got enough parts to build it up again but those parts are for the LCG I haven't even got any track time on the BD but it's my fav out of the pack. Even the RDX is a VERY VERY VERY close 2nd as far as build quality is concerned. Fit and finish of both cars are the best of the best. I wanted to compare two of the best belt cars 'in my eyes' to see how different they are.
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Old 06-05-2005, 02:54 PM   #2329
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I have two questions for you guys

How does the BD handle on carpet in its stock form?

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How well do the stock shocks work? (in other words, do I need to pull my TRFs off my tc3?)
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Old 06-05-2005, 03:37 PM   #2330
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I have two questions for you guys

How does the BD handle on carpet in its stock form?

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How well do the stock shocks work? (in other words, do I need to pull my TRFs off my tc3?)
There was someone on this thread who raced the BD on carpet and it was very good. IMHO the Yoke shocks are maybe the best out there. Easy to maintain and rarely leak if at all.
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Old 06-05-2005, 05:09 PM   #2331
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I raced the BD on carpet; it works great. So much more steering than the CGM.
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Old 06-05-2005, 06:11 PM   #2332
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I have two questions for you guys

How does the BD handle on carpet in its stock form?

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How well do the stock shocks work? (in other words, do I need to pull my TRFs off my tc3?)
I like the Yok's just as much as the TRF shocks, very easy to work on and work just as good.
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Old 06-05-2005, 10:20 PM   #2333
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Is this what you wanna see Shookie ... I wanna get rid of the SSG chassis but looks like nobody want one. I got enough parts to build it up again but those parts are for the LCG I haven't even got any track time on the BD but it's my fav out of the pack. Even the RDX is a VERY VERY VERY close 2nd as far as build quality is concerned. Fit and finish of both cars are the best of the best. I wanted to compare two of the best belt cars 'in my eyes' to see how different they are.
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kind of off-topic, but I have a pro4, and you know you have to cut off the top right servo right? So which one of your cars does not require the top right servo ear?
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kind of off-topic, but I have a pro4, and you know you have to cut off the top right servo right? So which one of your cars does not require the top right servo ear?
Just the Pro4 you mentioned... -JB
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Well for the BD isn't the servo mounting reversed of the pro4 mounting? So the top right servo for the pro4 is actually is actually the BD's bottom left when everything is finished? Just wondering, so that way i don't have to buy a new servo case for when i buy a new car late this summer.
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Well for the BD isn't the servo mounting reversed of the pro4 mounting? So the top right servo for the pro4 is actually is actually the BD's bottom left when everything is finished? Just wondering, so that way i don't have to buy a new servo case for when i buy a new car late this summer.
You will need to buy a new one unless you buy some after market two hole servo mounts.
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I just use shoe goo to hold my servo in place, seems to hold up fine and you can position your servo wherever you want it. I did use a vice to clamp the servo to the chassis while the glue dried though, much more effective.
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I just use shoe goo to hold my servo in place, seems to hold up fine and you can position your servo wherever you want it.
VERY TRUE...good ol' shoegoo -JB
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I just use shoe goo to hold my servo in place, seems to hold up fine and you can position your servo wherever you want it.
YOU SO CRAZY....(in my best MARTIN voice)....
You might be able to use Shoe Goo, I hit too many things to use it...I can make things pop out just looking at them.LOL
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Oh yea my BD was dialed today but didn't run it during the races...I was trying to fully consontrate on the LCG today.
Next time now that I have some time on the LCG...I might have to actually dial out some steering...I know Randy that is SIN in your book...well at least @ SoCal...
Also the Stratus 3 body is the new Mazda 6....LOL
It is very planted with the Strat 3, very consistant.
Just some things I noticed this weekend.

Randy you should have come out....
Numan backs up the Reedy win with a JBRL win...Barry was next was close in the begining then Barry got tied up and Numan took off and never looked back.
Awesome racing.
I bumped for C to B and came in second so I won the B also.
GOOD STUFF TODAY...Lots of good clean fun.
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I might have to try an LCG if I ever do any 19 turn racing, it's an impressive lookin shaft car.
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