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Old 04-02-2005, 10:46 AM
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Originally posted by Randy Caster
The front pulley is a 1 way, so the right pulley is where the spur gear will mount.

Does anyone know if they'll make a locked pulley?
this has been asked and if you notice there is a second hole in the shaft in process...... stay tuned
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Old 04-02-2005, 10:53 AM
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Originally posted by rocketron
this has been asked and if you notice there is a second hole in the shaft in process...... stay tuned
"Do you have one too Ron????"
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anybody using one of the "SD" set-ups as a starting point from the Yokomo website?????

is "so" which one?????
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Originally posted by pheyhoe
Is it just me or is one shock mounted further back at the top....? maybe he was in the middle of doing it up :S

It's just you! Count the holes.
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Old 04-02-2005, 11:06 AM
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i think it was answered somewhere before, but i forgot, does the bd
a. use the same arms as the sdw
b. use the same arms as the cgm/ssg
c. have a new arm

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Old 04-02-2005, 11:07 AM
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I mean! on the allen bolt.. looks like the shock has popped off the ball or something...
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Old 04-02-2005, 11:08 AM
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same arms as the SD/CGM.

The hardened ones, (different front to back)
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Old 04-02-2005, 11:12 AM
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Originally posted by ghoppa
"Do you have one too Ron????"
yes i do builds nice and looks nice - - - just need to finish up the finer points before it see's the track.
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Originally posted by rocketron
yes i do builds nice and looks nice - - - just need to finish up the finer points before it see's the track.
DOH! i guess im not going to the track today. woke up too late! ill just take pictures of my car
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Originally posted by Hebiki
DOH! i guess im not going to the track today. woke up too late! ill just take pictures of my car
yeah been building it but just not ready for today... maybe hesperia sunday - just maybe

really like how this car has gone together........

going to socal shortly to help any of my new team mates with the car

maybe see you there huh?
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has anyone raced their BD yet? any opinions on it?
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Looking at the layshaft or whatever, looks like Yokomo has plans for a locked center/spur pulley since there is an extra hole for a pin to go in. I was hoping they would make a locked pulley/oneway pulley all in one unit like they did with the YR4 series cars. But oh well.

Didn't get to run the car today... They cancelled the outdoor money race due to rain. So I just raced my EvoIV at the carpet track today. Oh well, there's always next weekend...

Anyways, the car went together pretty good. I think this was the first car I built in one night. Usually it takes me all week.

Oh, and I'll be looking forward to the EAM carpet chassis!!
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Originally posted by KilRuf
Anyways, the car went together pretty good. I think this was the first car I built in one night. Usually it takes me all week.
Yeah, I think everybody gets stuck sanding down the battery slots on other cars... the pro 2 style battery holder plastic insert is a big plus! Wonder if the white version will be available?
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Originally posted by eeyan
Yeah, I think everybody gets stuck sanding down the battery slots on other cars... the pro 2 style battery holder plastic insert is a big plus! Wonder if the white version will be available?
Why...so it can get dirty - JB
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Originally posted by KilRuf
Looking at the layshaft or whatever, looks like Yokomo has plans for a locked center/spur pulley since there is an extra hole for a pin to go in. I was hoping they would make a locked pulley/oneway pulley all in one unit like they did with the YR4 series cars. But oh well.

Didn't get to run the car today... They cancelled the outdoor money race due to rain. So I just raced my EvoIV at the carpet track today. Oh well, there's always next weekend...

Anyways, the car went together pretty good. I think this was the first car I built in one night. Usually it takes me all week.

Oh, and I'll be looking forward to the EAM carpet chassis!!
Jimmy,

I have two cars on the way...one to race and one to go off to the designer...He's doing the Xray this week and the yokomo next week!! So the kits should be ready in a month or so.

EA
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