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Old 06-11-2006, 06:33 AM   #5386
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Slightly off topic,
Im wanting to find out if any one is interested in buying a 1 season old SDW.
Although im in Australia, I have had no one want to buy it locally, probably cos there is no more indoor (carpet) racing. Its truely one season old, bottom of chassis is perfect,
i have diff spool and one way to go with it, Diff has carbiode balls, Yok Titanium nitride shock shafts, suzuki input cups, and a BRAND NEW, UNUSED set of yok (blue, light weight) drive shafts, purchased for the second season, but never used.You can also have the old ones, (emergency spares really)
have photos if requested. PM for more info.
(have pay pal)
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Old 06-11-2006, 05:11 PM   #5387
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Yes a diff and a spool.
where to buy this??
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Old 06-11-2006, 05:26 PM   #5388
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Old 06-11-2006, 05:33 PM   #5389
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or you can always to www.yokomousa.com
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whats the part no for that?
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for the spool bd-501-sas

to make a diff
sd-501
sd-501r
bd-b503
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zs-507 ( i would recomend geting zc507-t also )
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thanx for your help im new to bd im actually on a deal right now.for a used bd... have any idea where to have a manual for the bd.instruction to be specific...
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Old 06-11-2006, 06:29 PM   #5393
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www.yokomousa.com left hand side of he page there is a manual tab

there is not any assembly manual but ther is an expoded diragram that you can use
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i know...but thanx though ..im just gonna wait for that car to arrive and just search for some tips...of any kind...whats the weakest part of this car.... on my t2 my weakest is the front hub carries it strip every after 5 runs. i dont know why probably my set up...but for your experience whats the weakest...?
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i have a few issues with the steeing knuckles the top ball stud would back out, but this was only when i ran the steering knuckel in the low position,there is just not enough threads to keep it in good and tight, i have a few thinks i want to try, i just need to make a trip to yokomo and socal raceway on Wed,

other than that if you going to run the yokomo spool ( it is plastic) make sure if and when you hit someting or someone, you let off the gas, other wise you WILL Snap it,
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what universals is everyone running in the BD. Im looking at buying some aftermarket instead of the kit ones
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i have been runing the BD for just about 2 months, and i have had no major issues with the universals that come with the BDM, granted i have not ran them at socal, so i have not had one bend, i did have one Snap, but i nailed a guy that was parked at the end of the strait, also took out the front sock tower, spool, caster block, steering block, steering rack, and bent two hinge pins, lol
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don't know if you have the wide bumper kit, but for me, it is a must have item.
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actuall i just orded one, Socal can be pretty brutal on any car, poles, walls and of corse the lack of defensife driving lol
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smojoe is selling on in the forsale form for a very good price
Thanks for the free plug

The bd I am selling comes with a diff for the front, along with the normal front one-way, center one-way, and locked center; also a 3mm upper and lower deck which it seems many many people want to get their hands on

edit- anyone have a pic of the BD Easton was running at the ROAR paved nats?
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