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Old 06-16-2005, 02:26 PM   #2611
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hehe, just a teaser pic for Stephen
Yea don't you love those flimsy boxes though...
Yea I got mine already and built them....They seem very fresh super sticky...
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By the way where are you using the 32s?
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Old 06-16-2005, 03:48 PM   #2613
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I have some of the Ti racing worlds edition CV's on my BD and TBH the fit is shocking. In the end i took them off and threw them in my pit box. The front ones will not fit in the one way diff outputs as they are to big and the rears will not fit in the excel diff as again the ball on the end of the bone is to big. Pretty crap for a set of Ti cv's.
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Well, I have second (or third, or fourth) the Ti Racing bones. I haven't had a single problem with them in my SD or now my BD. Would like to know when they are going to hit the market.
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I noticed they wouldn't fit in the BD's one way out drives, but the will fit in the SD's. I thought they were the same, guess not.
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Does someone happen to have a part number for the BD arms? or better yet, a link to them on horizon?
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I noticed they wouldn't fit in the BD's one way out drives, but the will fit in the SD's. I thought they were the same, guess not.
That is correct, I forgot about that. When the BD arrived, had to use the SD outdrives for the one-way.
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Does someone happen to have a part number for the BD arms? or better yet, a link to them on horizon?
the plastic and graphite arms are readily available from steve. i was just in his shop yesterday and he had a good stock in hand.

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http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...id=447&id=5167

the graphite ones are part #: SD-008HG
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I have some of the Ti racing worlds edition CV's on my BD and TBH the fit is shocking. In the end i took them off and threw them in my pit box. The front ones will not fit in the one way diff outputs as they are to big and the rears will not fit in the excel diff as again the ball on the end of the bone is to big. Pretty crap for a set of Ti cv's.
They were designed to fit a standard Yokomo SD. They didn't design it for the BD (yoke changed the size of the one-way outdrives) All you need to do is use the SD outdrives in the oneway.
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so the SD and BD arms are the same then? (I think I remember asking this question already. oh well )
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the plastic and graphite arms are readily available from steve. i was just in his shop yesterday and he had a good stock in hand.

plastic arms
http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...id=447&id=5167

the graphite ones are part #: SD-008HG

What the different between
SD-008H
SD-008HW
SD-008HG

Actually I know that the SD-008H is plastic,and HG is Graphite, what about the HW
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What the different between
SD-008H
SD-008HW
SD-008HG

Actually I know that the SD-008H is plastic,and HG is Graphite, what about the HW
HW... that might be the OLD STYLE arms from the SD.. it has 4 holes on the a-arm to mount the shocks (front arms only). one of the yokomo guys might be able to answer that (i dont have the yokomo catalog with me)

008H and 008HG are direct replacements for the BD. the 008HW might be a different shape. so be careful if you replace your arms with that set.
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prety sur its for the "W"orlds Replica car
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008H and 008HG are direct replacements for the BD. the 008HW might be a different shape. so be careful if you replace your arms with that set.
also the
008HG is the stiffer graphite version.
008H is the stock replacement made of plastic composite.
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prety sur its for the "W"orlds Replica car
ooo. that makes more sense. see! thats why im not a "yokomo guy".


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