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Old 12-07-2006, 05:25 PM   #6526
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will the SDWorlds lightweight aluminum rear universal shaft fit the BD with standard suspension arms? too long? short?

are the front and rear dogbones interchangeable?
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will the SDWorlds lightweight aluminum rear universal shaft fit the BD with standard suspension arms? too long? short?

are the front and rear dogbones interchangeable?
yes they will work ( they come sandard on the BDM)
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ok great! thanks for that.

but are the front and rear dogbones interchangeble?
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no they are diffrent the rears are longer

i think the part # is sd-01fw for the front and sd-01rw in the rear but dont quote me on the actual part #
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I saw that in BMI's thread.

So I think BMI will finally release a thick chassis for BD.. WOOHOO!!

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Ming Is that the Orlando that was at Horsham a couple weeks ago? He saw my BD..Even though I was running my BMI Cyclone...ooops...still waiting for a carpet chassis for the BD that is great!
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Old 12-07-2006, 06:34 PM   #6531
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Actually the Yok started to feel rather planted last week....just a little more work on setup and I'll get my laps back in. Time for some new batteries
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Old 12-07-2006, 06:55 PM   #6532
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dare run a yokomo on carpet!!! Mine works great on carpet
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Hi Martin

I understand what you are saying I think now, The older kits the chassis was a bit softer, in fact almost every carbon chassis varies slightly in thickness and stiffness, for a big race like the worlds, Yokomo will select chassis for the team so they are all the same..

But if you buy a std BD or My Bd or a Masami bd, that was packed at the same time from the same batch of chassis they should be identical and the part number is the same

They officially do 2 chassis, but there are 3 about

BD-002MG, This is a replacement for the BD-002G, same harness but it has the 4 slots at the front removed, and a extra hole at the back for a new side post that has not been released yet.

A Masami BD or std BD packed a while ago will have the older 002G, but any packed recently will have the newer one.The 002g is now not available from Yokomo, but some shops may still have old stock

Then there is the 002GH, this is still 2.5mm thick but a harder wave so a lot stiffer

Hope this clears it all up

Sir, so there are 3 chassis for BD to choose from. Im racing in flowing track around 60meters of length. Traction is low and have to use traction compound. What chassis would you thing best suits asphalt such as ours. thanks for the reply.
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Old 12-08-2006, 02:56 AM   #6534
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How are you?

I am trying to talk Steve into sending Duane to the DHI cup for Checkpoint representation in Europe.......

I hope he and myself can go...

Hope to see you there...

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Good to hear from you! be great to see you and Duane there, think Duane should go with you to help us all, and Hara will be there.

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yes they will work ( they come sandard on the BDM)
also standard on Grainger kit aswell
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Err No Tanks !!
Square racing for me or even tamiys Ti is very good & so is F-max
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Sir, so there are 3 chassis for BD to choose from. Im racing in flowing track around 60meters of length. Traction is low and have to use traction compound. What chassis would you thing best suits asphalt such as ours. thanks for the reply.
while there are three different part numbers, two of the chassis are basically the same, (no cut outs behind the front bumper on one) so you have a standard chassis and a "hard" chassis to chose from. for low traction i would say the standard chassis best.
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Actually the Yok started to feel rather planted last week....just a little more work on setup and I'll get my laps back in. Time for some new batteries
Hey Orlando. It was nice to see a Yok BD on carpet! It looked pretty good! I am waiting for my BMI chassis to come in so I can try it!
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Have you guys ever noticed anything wrong with the hard driveshafts? I seem to have a pair of rears that the bearings hardly go on. came to take it to pieces and the inside bearing wouldn't budge, then exploded. we had to cook the ring off it was so tight! worse on one than the other. fronts are fine with the same bearings.
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