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Old 11-01-2005, 03:17 AM   #3691
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Hello there sam_smith here ya go hope this helps

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Old 11-01-2005, 07:42 AM   #3692
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anybody know the # of teeths the front and rear belts are?

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I know that the front belt is 172 teeth
and I believe that the back is 62
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Old 11-01-2005, 07:59 AM   #3693
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Ok, Quick question.

Im moving to a BD at the moment i have all 48dp pinions, so for the moment im going to be sticking with 48dp.

My Question is, what teeth spur gears will i need? and what make of spur gears fit the BD?

Any Help Much appreciated
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I believe an 81 spur is a good one to have
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Old 11-01-2005, 01:15 PM   #3695
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I know that the front belt is 172 teeth
and I believe that the back is 62
Hope this helps
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Thanks Jim!

that's the info I need...
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Old 11-01-2005, 01:18 PM   #3696
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Had my new BD on the track for the first time. ran very good outta the box (stock rubber).

I did have one problem. The carbon steering rack broke, quite easily. It cracked right where the ball stud for the steering linkage is attached.

I've already contacted Speedtech and Yokomo direct, neither have them instock.

Given how easily it broke, I'm not exactly excited to replace it with the same part. I do not know any other options here. Does anyone else?

Maybe it was a freak think. I'm interested to know if others have found this part to be fragile.

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Were you running a servo saver? That might have helped.
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Old 11-01-2005, 04:26 PM   #3697
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Ok, Quick question.

Im moving to a BD at the moment i have all 48dp pinions, so for the moment im going to be sticking with 48dp.

My Question is, what teeth spur gears will i need? and what make of spur gears fit the BD?

Any Help Much appreciated

The stock spur is xenon 78T. I'm sure you could go larger if you want. I recommend the xenon spurs that speedtechrc sells. Others will fit, robinson, etc.
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Old 11-01-2005, 04:31 PM   #3698
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Thanks for the help guys
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Old 11-01-2005, 09:31 PM   #3699
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is it me only or does anyone else experience the top kingpin for the camberlink stripping the screw threads in the steering knuckles? Will changing to aluminium knuckles help?

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is it me only or does anyone else experience the top kingpin for the camberlink stripping the screw threads in the steering knuckles? Will changing to aluminium knuckles help?
Yes, I had the same problem on the weekend just gone. I think the Alu knuckles would do the trick, but the Suzuki ones are almost impossible to find at the moment as they're machining all the Aluminium for the BD and LCG.
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Had my new BD on the track for the first time. ran very good outta the box (stock rubber).

I did have one problem. The carbon steering rack broke, quite easily. It cracked right where the ball stud for the steering linkage is attached.

I've already contacted Speedtech and Yokomo direct, neither have them instock.

Given how easily it broke, I'm not exactly excited to replace it with the same part. I do not know any other options here. Does anyone else?

Maybe it was a freak think. I'm interested to know if others have found this part to be fragile.

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Had one break, from a pretty good hit. It kind of delamiated (sp) at one of the ball studs and broke. It was a part that I did not CA. Got a replacement part and CA'ed it completely including the area where the ball studs mount. No problems since.
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Yes, I had the same problem on the weekend just gone. I think the Alu knuckles would do the trick, but the Suzuki ones are almost impossible to find at the moment as they're machining all the Aluminium for the BD and LCG.
Reckon if those made for the SD works on the BD too?

Here's a link:

http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...nid=243&id=845
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is it me only or does anyone else experience the top kingpin for the camberlink stripping the screw threads in the steering knuckles? Will changing to aluminium knuckles help?

Thanks.
Yes there is another brand of blue aluminum steering knuckles out there for the Yok, can't remember the name.

Best bet is to buy the Ti light weight king pins, this keeps the kingpins going in straight and from binding. Most people overtighten the top king pin, just screw it in a less than a half turn once it feels tight. Use the Ti kingpins in the bottom.
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Reckon if those made for the SD works on the BD too?

Here's a link:

http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...nid=243&id=845

And they've been out of stock since before the BD came out.
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You could try these.
http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...oducts_id=5276
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