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Old 05-28-2007, 07:08 AM   #7291
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voodoo: anti dive is achieved by putting shims underneath your rear suspension mounts in the front...

jay: ive read from the manual that you gave me that less caster (more vertical) would give you more corner entry and less mid and corner exit... correct me if im wrong... thats what ive read...
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Old 05-28-2007, 08:17 AM   #7292
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here is my diff , that i was talking about!!
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Old 05-28-2007, 08:35 AM   #7293
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here is my diff , that i was talking about!!
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Wow, that once was a diff idd.....
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Old 05-28-2007, 10:29 PM   #7294
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that's it Zach. that what happen to my diff...
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Old 05-29-2007, 05:33 AM   #7295
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that's it Zach. that what happen to my diff...

i thought that this was is , that's why i posted the pic!!
it isa common problem when your diff slips with a lot of power , like 3.5T and 4.5T BLs
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Old 05-29-2007, 10:45 AM   #7296
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guys, has anybody here tried using the tamiya wheel hex adaptors on their BD's instead of the ones from xray??? t.i.a.
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Old 05-29-2007, 11:03 AM   #7297
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Nope I use the new narrower Yok hexclamps
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Old 05-29-2007, 11:14 AM   #7298
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I use corally's narrow hex.. it fits fine also.

just one quick question, where i can get those 1mm or .5mm spacers for the inner ball stud (for the camber link)?

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quick question,, i have a set of the long yok shock bodies, i noticed in all the setups for all the cars SD.CGM,SDW, and BD that none of them have the long bodies listed. when would you use these. i know about the centering the pistion in the body deal, but does it make any difference.
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Old 05-30-2007, 01:23 AM   #7300
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if the corally and xray wheel hex's fit the BD... im guessing that the tamiya ones will also fit the BD with no problems at all... thanks for all the inputs...

martin: i wish my lhs has those in stock... thats why im looking for cheap alternatives...

aoizip: i think yokomo has those but its made out of plastic... tamiya has blue aluminum ones...
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jet racing has a pretty good shimset in blue
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Also Take off has shims starting from 0.25 to 5mm , Blue , but it can be different from pack to pack!!
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quick question, i have a set of the long yok shock bodies, i noticed in all the setups for all the cars SD.CGM,SDW, and BD that none of them have the long bodies listed. when would you use these. i know about the centering the pistion in the body deal, but does it make any difference.
I doubt you will need the SS(long) shocks for BD, SDL now. Back in the day of SD, many people used Rayspeed shock towers, which required longer shocks(64mm front, 66mm rear). That's when we used SS shocks.
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Ok im her for a set up for carpet using rubber V-TEC 24's for a mate anyone got a setup I can print off for him, the car needs to pretty safe though.
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I doubt you will need the SS(long) shocks for BD, SDL now. Back in the day of SD, many people used Rayspeed shock towers, which required longer shocks(64mm front, 66mm rear). That's when we used SS shocks.
thanks, i've been using the shorts for a very long time, but found a set a longs in a bunch of bd stuff i bought. think i will try a set on the rear with the masami tower. i know it didn't work good with the shorts.
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