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Old 04-28-2006, 10:22 PM   #4996
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Can anyone point me in the right direction? I am looking for a 3mm chassis and top deck for my BD. Thanks

You have three choices:

1) wait for someone to sell theirs

2) Find someone to machine you one

3) Use a team bomber upper deck and yokomo stiff chassis
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Old 04-29-2006, 02:27 AM   #4997
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I was given 2 servo horns for HiTec servos as thats what I use and a servo horn for a KO. Both of the Hitec ones are now stripped and I am now using the one for the KO.

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Old 04-29-2006, 11:03 AM   #4998
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does anyone know if yokomo are planning to relese a new tc based on the new buggy with the motor in the middle ???
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Old 04-29-2006, 05:01 PM   #4999
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Why????? lol

It will just smash surely..? no?

Also, pwracing, are you deffinately using the correct type of horn for your servo? the three that come with the kit of for three makes of servo. I am running a 2343 and have never had one slip. Ive had a few break though. Only in big hits.

Just to try it out the guy also custom made me a carbon Fiber Center Shaft and Hinge Pins sets. Hey for $10 can't beat that.
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Old 04-29-2006, 06:00 PM   #5000
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does anyone know if yokomo are planning to relese a new tc based on the new buggy with the motor in the middle ???
hope not since i dont feel like spending more money to get it, and to change my batteries i have. too much work for me as it is with everything else going on.
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Old 04-29-2006, 08:26 PM   #5001
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Old 04-29-2006, 09:26 PM   #5002
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Hi GUys

A quick question

Way back in this thread there is a set of instructions for locking the centre oneway pulley. can anyone post a link or tell me how it is done, or is there a
fixed pulley option part available and what is the part # ?

My one way has let go and wont hook up and I have a new shaft on it already
and dont know what to do about it.
thanks in adavance

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Old 04-29-2006, 10:12 PM   #5003
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You use an option center locked pulley Part #: BD-630

Speedtechrc.com have it on stock right now.
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Old 04-30-2006, 02:35 AM   #5004
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Thanks Jochim
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Quick bit of news.

Chris Grainger starts his BRCA Modified title defence in the best way with a TQ and win at the 1st round at Stafford.

Well done Chris.
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Thought I would let you guys know about a parts sale at Yokomo USA. Buy $100 get 10% off, $200 get 20% off and $300 get 30% off. That's a pretty good deal.
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Thought I would let you guys know about a parts sale at Yokomo USA. Buy $100 get 10% off, $200 get 20% off and $300 get 30% off. That's a pretty good deal.
Good run yesterday. Mo and I will more than likely be going to Ripon next weekend for a little more testing. I'm going for sure and Mo is on the fence as of right now.
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Good run yesterday. Mo and I will more than likely be going to Ripon next weekend for a little more testing. I'm going for sure and Mo is on the fence as of right now.
Most likely we will go to SpeedWorld, I want to work on getting some more steering. Think I've got the answer now.
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Pops..Just a little note to tell you what I found...The BD steers and powers thru and out of corners with a double one way.Ive tried spool and diff but found they were not as good.Playing with rollcenters gives good feedback andif you remove the rear swaybar you will be suprised...it gives you more turn in and makes the car quite snappy...changes direction very good.Remember I run stock 27turn but at the front end.Hope this helps,I have just sold my BD...Having a go with a Hara Cyclone....
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Thought I would let you guys know about a parts sale at Yokomo USA. Buy $100 get 10% off, $200 get 20% off and $300 get 30% off. That's a pretty good deal.
So if you spend 300 you get it for 210?? Awesome deal.
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