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Old 06-08-2005, 11:39 AM   #2416
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I think the only thing thats gonna happen with Josh is he's gonna be putting out a lot of other people's fires for a while. I'd expect to see him in the top 10 in invite next year at the Reedy Race.
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Old 06-08-2005, 11:42 AM   #2417
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John Scott, Noah Ramos and Alex Siemantel have been piloting the BD's around the Norcal touring car challenge series this summer and they're usually in action at either Ripon or Speedworld. Since you're in norcal you should head over to the Speedworld Cup this weekend and see lots of national level drivers go at it. I heard Matt Francis and Todd Hodge, among others, will be in attendance.
Where's speedworld?
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Old 06-08-2005, 12:05 PM   #2418
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Where's speedworld?
I believe it's in Sacramento.
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Old 06-08-2005, 12:12 PM   #2419
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I believe it's in Sacramento.
yup just north of Sac.

hope to see you at Speedworld later this year when they host:

2005 Region 12 paved on road electric championships
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Old 06-08-2005, 12:25 PM   #2420
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yes.
Did Yok make any changes so that the kingpins don't back out and/or get sloppy every run?
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Old 06-08-2005, 12:29 PM   #2421
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yup just north of Sac.

hope to see you at Speedworld later this year when they host:

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eek, I dont know if I'll be able to swing that one since the indoor championships are the following week I believe.
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Old 06-08-2005, 01:36 PM   #2422
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Did Yok make any changes so that the kingpins don't back out and/or get sloppy every run?
switch to the YK-SD-414TA L.W. king pin set. It uses a screw and bushing.....best desicion I ever made for that.
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Old 06-08-2005, 03:33 PM   #2423
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rc-zombies,
how does the "BD" delrin diff compare to the stock plastic one?
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how does the "BD" delrin diff compare to the stock plastic one?
alot smoother and minimal wear.
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wow, that was a fast reply

Can I use the parts from the stock diff? And what sort of diff shims? just to keep side to side play down to the minimum?
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wow, that was a fast reply

Can I use the parts from the stock diff?
all the balls and thrust balls/plate.
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all the balls and thrust balls/plate.
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how much are you shimming the diff? 0.2mm? 0.1mm? thanks
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how much are you shimming the diff? 0.2mm? 0.1mm? thanks
Just enough shims to minimize the side to side play.
I don't think this is as critical as shimming for a shaft drive car.
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Just enough shims to minimize the side to side play.
I don't think this is as critical as shimming for a shaft drive car.
ok.. cus i remember using the delrin diffs from the EvoIII in my 415 awhile back and i had it shimmed 2mm or so. didnt want to do that again

curious if the 415ms delrin diffs would work with the BD?
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ok.. cus i remember using the delrin diffs from the EvoIII in my 415 awhile back and i had it shimmed 2mm or so. didnt want to do that again

curious if the 415ms delrin diffs would work with the BD?
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