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Old 01-08-2006, 01:22 PM   #4201
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ive also just purchased a bd and was wondering what droop people are using i will be racing 27t stock with rubber tyres and adative on larger tracks or a good set up for rubber thanks in advance guys.
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I think that it depends on what way you drive , the track condition and temperature , but i race with 2mm back and 3mm front!
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Do you think BD cars have some kind of torque steer to left ? My friends (2) and I notice this "left" things.

I set transmitter L & R = 0, Hudy Toe In = 0. I'm sure everything are straight on Hudy Setup Tools.

My BD is perfect and healthy......, no sloppy steering plate.
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Old 01-08-2006, 01:40 PM   #4204
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Sorry guys but is it possible to tell me the difference between the Yokomo genuine belt and the white belt??

Also which hop up do you suggest me to buy??
rayspeed spring retainers and the whole rayspeed spring set.
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BD already includes in the kit the retainers , and the spring set i have already bought it!!

Something else??
Also which springs do you prefer long or short??
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Bd already includes in the kit the retainers , and the kit i have alrady bought it!!

Something else??
Also which springs do you prefer long or short??
rayspeed springs if your racing asphalt
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Ok rayspeed , but if i remember they produce long and short
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Ok rayspeed , but if i remember they produce long and short
Sorry, I assumed all theirs were the long type: http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...?catmainid=241
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Ok rayspeed , but if i remember they produce long and short
Rayspeed springs (all are long) are all longer than the Yokomo springs.
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ok thanks!!!

I race in asphalt with 8 turns motors and cs 27 tyres!!

Anything else from hop ups??
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ok thanks!!!

I race in asphalt with 8 turns motors and cs 27 tyres!!

Anything else from hop ups??
A few front spools
Rayspeed MIP axles
Associated TC4 dogbones
A dremel to make the bones fit in the car
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The kit includes universal driveshafts , why i have to use axles and dogbones??
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Do you think BD cars have some kind of torque steer to left ? My friends (2) and I notice this "left" things.

I set transmitter L & R = 0, Hudy Toe In = 0. I'm sure everything are straight on Hudy Setup Tools.

My BD is perfect and healthy......, no sloppy steering plate.
I believe it's the setup and not a drivetrain issue, as belt drive naturally doesn't have torque steer...
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The kit includes universal driveshafts , why i have to use axles and dogbones??
Again, it's a misunderstanding for the "language". For this case, just as simple as dogbone + axle = universal. The kit CVD's is different than MIP's that ChadCapece suggested. If ur using the MIP axle, you will need to trim the alum hex wheel from 1.7mm to approx 1.5mm
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Sorry guys but is it possible to tell me the difference between the Yokomo genuine belt and the white belt??

Also which hop up do you suggest me to buy??
For hop up I would say Ti screws, graphite steering blocks, center fixed pulley and carbide diff balls...
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