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Old 09-16-2005, 12:43 PM   #3376
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they are ALL 1way size pulleys, no diff size pulleys, but still have #1 and #2 markings...

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the 2 at the top hav a #1 (you can just make it out and the 2 at the bottom have a #2...
Don't know what to tell you unless it's just a different mold. I have new ones still in the bag one has #1 and it a one-way and the #2 is a diff pulley. Looking at the picture, it must have been another mold or some one reamed out the diff pulley to make it fit on a one-way.
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Old 09-17-2005, 03:28 PM   #3377
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What is the part number for the locked center pulley.

Or how do you go about locking the front.
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Old 09-17-2005, 03:37 PM   #3378
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What is the part number for the locked center pulley.

Or how do you go about locking the front.
BD-630
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Old 09-17-2005, 03:46 PM   #3379
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Thanks pops. Also, does Yokomo have a complete diff set or do you have to piece it together still?
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Old 09-17-2005, 04:11 PM   #3380
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i am currently running a oneway/spool pulley as a diff the belt goes a little tight/loose/tight/loose when its spinning but it does the job! suprisingly well considering the pulley is just floating between the outdrives :P
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Old 09-17-2005, 06:53 PM   #3381
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Thanks pops. Also, does Yokomo have a complete diff set or do you have to piece it together still?
Yes you still have to buy the parts seperately.
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Old 09-18-2005, 09:44 PM   #3382
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hey guys i have just recently got the bd. i have been running the kit setup (springs and all) with good results. but its time to get the springs kit and sway bars. just wondering i see that the rayspeed springs come with the car is it worth buying the whole set or would the original yoke be better?? also do i need to replace the rs spring holder???

also can peolpe tell me what are some good hop-up to get. just to improve drive effency and general wear.(please dont tell me ceramic ball bearings they are way to expensive for the amount of use that they give)
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Only hup up I have got are the aluminum steering nuckles as I always have problems stripping the graphite ones. Apart from that the car is already hopped up enough for me
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Murfy...I have the locked center gear and a front diff.As for springs I have rayspeed red front white rear(30wt oil no3 pistons).
The rest is stock.
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k thanx boys. anything else or any tweaks or secrets???
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Old 09-18-2005, 11:00 PM   #3386
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hey guys i have just recently got the bd. i have been running the kit setup (springs and all) with good results. but its time to get the springs kit and sway bars. just wondering i see that the rayspeed springs come with the car is it worth buying the whole set or would the original yoke be better?? also do i need to replace the rs spring holder???

also can peolpe tell me what are some good hop-up to get. just to improve drive effency and general wear.(please dont tell me ceramic ball bearings they are way to expensive for the amount of use that they give)
The Rayspeed swaybar set is a must, it fits and works better than the Yokomo set. Get Rayspeed white, red, blue and yellow springs. Have found on a high grip track the reds and whites are working very well.
For hop ups the best item out is the Ti light-weight kingpins. They also reduce stripping of the steering hubs.
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Old 09-19-2005, 10:11 PM   #3388
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Congratulations to Chris Grainger for winnning the latest round on the BRCA series. I was wondering if anybody had good pics of his car. Team orion site does not have a large pic.
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http://www.cmldistribution.co.uk/new...d=166&type=CAR

previous news stories have images of his car without the shell on aswell
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Thanks pops. Also, does Yokomo have a complete diff set or do you have to piece it together still?
You'll have to piece it together:

BD-503 Diff Pulley
ZS-507 Thrust bearing assembly
ZS-506 Diff Rings
ZS-508 Diff Screw and nut and spring
ZD-505 Diff balls
SD-501 Diff Outdrives
SD-501R Diff retainer rings
5x8mm bearings x2

I think that's it, someone correct me if I'm wrong

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