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Old 08-30-2005, 09:39 PM   #3286
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i'm trying the find the steering knuckles also..
so far... i got no luck....... if you do find one... let me know also..
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Old 08-31-2005, 05:20 AM   #3287
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Have a look on speedtechrc, im pretty sure they stock the suzuki hopups.
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Old 08-31-2005, 08:23 AM   #3288
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i'm trying the find the steering knuckles also..
so far... i got no luck....... if you do find one... let me know also..
thanks.
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Sheldons Hobbies in San Jose, CA had them in stock a while ago. I have some, but the Ti CVDs will not fit into the Suzuki knuckles.
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Old 08-31-2005, 11:18 AM   #3289
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I will take yours if you want to sell it..
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Old 08-31-2005, 02:32 PM   #3290
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I have a LCG I'm looking to trade for a FK05 or preferably a RDX. The car was only ran on carpet for a few packs and is in excellent condition. Included are a fare amount of spares and hop ups. It also comes with everything to convert it to a cmg or sd ssg. If any one is interested please PM or Email me. I have pics. Later, Rob
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Old 08-31-2005, 04:06 PM   #3291
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Sheldons Hobbies in San Jose, CA had them in stock a while ago. I have some, but the Ti CVDs will not fit into the Suzuki knuckles.
Depends which ones you have. There have been a few different versions of the TIR Worlds Driveshafts. The newer ones which i have currently fit ok in the suzuki steering knuckles, but the older ones dont.
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Depends which ones you have. There have been a few different versions of the TIR Worlds Driveshafts. The newer ones which i have currently fit ok in the suzuki steering knuckles, but the older ones dont.
Mine are the old prototype.
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I will take yours if you want to sell it..
No, I'm holding on to them.
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Pops.... you mind i borrow them then...

how does the BD runs in the carpet with foam in bone stock chassis?
Where is our BMI BD chassis.... opps.. i should go to BMI and start
pushing jason for the releases.....

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Old 08-31-2005, 09:28 PM   #3295
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I ran my BD on carpet with foams last winter and it worked great. It was way faster than my CGM was. I can't wait for carpet season to start again; hopefully the BMI chassis will be out before carpet racing starts up again.
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Old 08-31-2005, 10:21 PM   #3296
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while we are on the subject of carpet, what springs would you recommend as a starting point for stock with rubber tires on carpet?
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Old 09-01-2005, 01:50 AM   #3297
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I see plenty of guys from the KO Gp have been on here recently.

I was there too, and running my BD. If there was one thing that impressed me, other than the size and perfect organisation of the event, it was the number of Yoke BDs racing. Of the 200 entries I reckon at least half ran Yoke BDs.

And I'm not surprised.
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Sheldons Hobbies in San Jose, CA had them in stock a while ago. I have some, but the Ti CVDs will not fit into the Suzuki knuckles.

hmmm. had the same problem with the TC4 bones... it wouldn't fit the suzuki knuckles... but the rayspeed ones fit perfectly...
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Pops.... you mind i borrow them then...

how does the BD runs in the carpet with foam in bone stock chassis?
Where is our BMI BD chassis.... opps.. i should go to BMI and start
pushing jason for the releases.....

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NO....
Try Rayspeed White and Yellows for stock or 19T.
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I was having trouble finding some shims for my fixed center pulley but after alot of digging around i found that you can use a kingpin spacer! just make sure you put a steel shim between the plastic shim and the bearing
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