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Old 06-06-2005, 09:47 PM   #2371
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whats the difference between the stock chassis and the EA one?
Well the EA chassis isn't done yet so no one besides EA themselves know what the exact differences will be. EA said it will be a thicker "carpet ready" chassis that will stiffen the BD up considerably. I think he was also going to work on lowered shock towers as well.
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just received Mach10_shooter's 3.3mm upper deck to go along with the 3.3mm chassis I recieved a couple of weeks ago.
super stiff..great tuning options especially for carpet.
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Old 06-06-2005, 11:33 PM   #2373
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It's no fancy paint scheme (I like solid colors mostly) but I'm likin' this shell alot ... -JB
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Sorry, I'm a little lost JB???
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I was asking about the Stratus E a few pages back, so I decided to paint one up. That's all ... -JB
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Old 06-06-2005, 11:39 PM   #2376
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ooh, sorry, at first your post didnt have the pics

I always try to keep a couple ready
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Old 06-07-2005, 11:26 AM   #2377
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so what would work better on carpet then? the SD?
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The BD will do fine on carpet I'm sure.
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Randy have you used that shell design like the one on the Yokomo USA site? Also what sort of weight are people getting with ti screws on the car?
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before I forget, Randy, did those bodies come prepainted or did you do them youself/ship them off to someone?

thats good. I didn't really want another shaft car
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before I forget, Randy, did those bodies come prepainted or did you do them youself/ship them off to someone?

thats good. I didn't really want another shaft car
Dragon Paint is Dave (JDM) in Japan. He does a killer job.
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Old 06-07-2005, 12:00 PM   #2382
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Randy have you used that shell design like the one on the Yokomo USA site? Also what sort of weight are people getting with ti screws on the car?
It's close to the one of the Yok USA site, I checked to be sure it wasnt any racers body before I had them painted up, mine now lol
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alright, two more questions

Does the BD come with a 64 or 48 pitch spur? Whats a good starting point for the pinion with a Trinity Monster stock motor?

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does the BD and SD have the same A-arms? does anyone have a part number? what parts are interchangible (eg CVDs, shock towers) between the two?

well, that was more then two questions. oh well..
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alright, two more questions

Does the BD come with a 64 or 48 pitch spur? Whats a good starting point for the pinion with a Trinity Monster stock motor?

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does the BD and SD have the same A-arms? does anyone have a part number? what parts are interchangible (eg CVDs, shock towers) between the two?

well, that was more then two questions. oh well..
The car comes with a 78t 48p spur I think (threw mine away). I'm running 111t 64p spur with 28-34t pinions for my track for stock and 19t. The arms, hubs, cvd (I think), bumpers, shocks, and more but that's all I can remember.

I love this car. It is definitely one of the easiest to work on and drive. Instructions kinda suck but other than that no complaints. The car has tons of room for the electronics. Anyone know where I can get the clear yokomo setup board?
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Anyone know where I can get the clear yokomo setup board?
Try Speedtech, they should have them, if not they can order it for you. I think Speedworld Hobbies also have them in stock.
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