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Old 08-16-2005, 01:24 PM   #3196
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What's the order number? Unfortunately there are now images...
I think it should be:

TR2504T TiR C.V.D. MR4-SSG - MR4-SSG
Is it for the complete car? Or just a pair?

And where's the difference to this two?
TNM2504FS Steel C.V.D. MR4-SSG frt - MR4-SSG
TNM2504RS Steel C.V.D. MR4-SSG rear - MR4-SSG Rear

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The part numbers for the new worlds CVDs are as follows
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TI2504FW - TiR Worlds Edition Yokomo SD Blue Front Driveshafts pr

TI2504RW -
TiR Worlds Edition Yokomo SD Blue Rear Driveshafts pr


i think the part numbers you are refering to are for the old style TiR CVDs


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Old 08-16-2005, 02:06 PM   #3197
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Thanks... will look for them...

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Old 08-16-2005, 02:48 PM   #3198
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You can use the oneway outdrives from the SD, they have a larger inner diameter and will fit the TIRs. The BD outdrive's inner diameter is too small.
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Old 08-16-2005, 02:57 PM   #3199
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Has anybody been using the Rayspeed front CVD's with a front spool? How did they hold up? Do Pro4, TC4, or any other cars dogbones fit? I know there MIP based, so there should be atleast one other car with similiar bones.


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Old 08-16-2005, 06:27 PM   #3200
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Right, built up my BD this evening (all except shocks which I will do tomorrow).

All in all the car went together really nicely, the quality of the parts and fit is amazing!!

Can anyone suggest a good starting setup for the BD on carpet with CS27's? I've had a look at Masami's LRP one but it seems quite a big jump from the stock settings.

Final note.... drivetrain.... how free should the belt drive be with no wheels attached? Mine seems smooth (no major resistance or inconsistancys) however it seems a little more bogged down than other cars I've seen. Obviously I still need to bed the bearings in with some run time but do you think I have missed something?

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Final note.... drivetrain.... how free should the belt drive be with no wheels attached? Mine seems smooth (no major resistance or inconsistancys) however it seems a little more bogged down than other cars I've seen. Obviously I still need to bed the bearings in with some run time but do you think I have missed something?

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The part numbers for the new worlds CVDs are as follows
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TI2504FW - TiR Worlds Edition Yokomo SD Blue Front Driveshafts pr

TI2504RW -
TiR Worlds Edition Yokomo SD Blue Rear Driveshafts pr


i think the part numbers you are refering to are for the old style TiR CVDs

I know those say they are the World's Edition Yokomo SD CVD's, but will they fit the BD? -JB
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Old 08-16-2005, 09:57 PM   #3203
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I know those say they are the World's Edition Yokomo SD CVD's, but will they fit the BD? -JB
Yep I use them on my BD & SD for the rears only
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I know those say they are the World's Edition Yokomo SD CVD's, but will they fit the BD? -JB
Yes, Matt Howard and I have the red proto-types. I believe they will be blue when sold here.
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Thanks guys -JB
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Old 08-17-2005, 06:14 AM   #3206
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I know those say they are the World's Edition Yokomo SD CVD's, but will they fit the BD? -JB
Yup, they fit perfectly, only thing is they do not fit the BD 1way outputs but pops posted a solution to this a few posts back
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Hi,

Think im abit confused as to which roll bar kits to get for this car.

Is the partno. ZS412F
this is the old MR4 front roll bar kit, is this the kit that fits the front roll bars on the BD or the rear? or is it not even this part?

I thought the rear roll bar was a rayspeed one?


I just need the other roll bar tensions for both ends of the car thats all but i cant seem to work out which ones are the right ones
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Hi,

Think im abit confused as to which roll bar kits to get for this car.

Is the partno. ZS412F
this is the old MR4 front roll bar kit, is this the kit that fits the front roll bars on the BD or the rear? or is it not even this part?

I thought the rear roll bar was a rayspeed one?


I just need the other roll bar tensions for both ends of the car thats all but i cant seem to work out which ones are the right ones
The best sway-bar for the front is the Rayspeed part# RS-25 it fits and works better. The part for the rear is ZS-412FSP which contains 3 different size Upper anti-roll bars.
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What do you run on the front then??? I am having loads of problems with the pins becoming loose or snapping so i was thinking of getting the TIR worlds ones all round.

When do you think the prototype ones will hit production pops?
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