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Old 04-20-2007, 02:23 AM   #7126
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old chassi: bd-002g
masami: bd-002mg (last that was released)
hard: bd-002gh
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Old 04-20-2007, 02:41 AM   #7127
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doddy, you may like to try out Kawada's ball cups, same size as Yok's ball joints, but the plastic material is times tougher than Yok's material. BK should have the Kawada ball cups in stock.
thanks bro, hopefully it won't rain this sunday then i can test it.
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Old 04-20-2007, 06:01 AM   #7128
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old chassi: bd-002g
masami: bd-002mg (last that was released)
hard: bd-002gh
thanks, the masami is same as first chassis just doesn't have the cut outs in the front. correct?
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Old 04-20-2007, 07:22 AM   #7129
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this is what i was told yes. still can't believe it as the chassis i have are nearly as hard as the gh's but that's another storry

also i don't know what cutouts are meant to be left out. does anyone have a pic
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Old 04-23-2007, 03:46 AM   #7130
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I thought that the GH also utilises a different weave / layering method compared to both the Masami and the regular 002.
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Old 04-23-2007, 05:12 AM   #7131
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Yes. It has a different weave.

I only had the possibility to compare my mgs with and more than 1 year old 002g chassi, and the weave was also noticibly different, sames true for the flex. maybe a new 002g does have the same changed weave as the mgs do have, but I can't tell on that
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Old 04-23-2007, 08:50 AM   #7132
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don't have a picture but its the cut outs behind the front bumper.

just went and looked at my chassis and parts, total i have four chassis and two complete bd's. one masami, one standard first edition. i have the hard chassis on the masami car it only has two cut outs behind the front bumper, all three of my other chassis have four cut outs, so i'm gonna assume that the masami did come with all four holes cut out, one of the chassis is in the package 002G and it has four holes.

for you guys down under. if you guys are can't get chassis's maybe i could buy a few from yok usa and send them to you from here. i wouldn't charge extra just give me what i pay and pay for shipping.
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Old 04-24-2007, 10:03 AM   #7133
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I was wondering if some of the Yokomo experts in this thread could help me out? I recently traded for a MR-4TC Mini(NIB). I almost had it built when I ran across a MR-4TC Special Conversion kit(NIB). I would like to convert the Mini to a Special. I have since found the sus. arms-ZS-008FN&RN and the rear sway bar-ZS-412R at my LHS. It looks like I need the front belt-ZS-537, front sway bar-ZS-412F and 2ea. of the front dogbone ZS-010FTB & rear dogbone ZS-010RTB. Is there anyone else that has all these parts(at better prices) than Yokomo USA? I really like the design and would like to get it running. I already have a YR-F2 Special and it runs really well. Thanks, Don
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Old 04-24-2007, 02:47 PM   #7134
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you can check with stomer hobbies, i believe last time i looked they had old stock, or even sheldons hobbies
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Unfortunately Stormer didn't have the parts I need and Sheldons web site isn't working-not to mention I found a forum with some really unhappy Sheldons customers. It was certainly worth a look, thanks. Don
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sorry about sheldons, i've only been there in person on my annual visit to the bay area. i know they were moving but that should have been done by now, last time i was in the store, they had a bunch of the hard to find rayspeed and team suzuki stuff, even rayspeed kits and lots of other old stuff i didn't want.
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You could try Ultimate Hobbies
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www.yokomousa.com are call 949-252-8663 they can help you

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This question is for anyone...I'm looking for a stiff carpet upper deck for the BD. Does anyone know where I can get one?

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