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Old 08-16-2007, 11:24 PM
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Originally Posted by crabboy View Post
More turn of the front wheels, standard about 17degs with the CGM parts about 27degs, we run it on both of our cars.
do u need to run the mr4 tc front blocks or will the standed bd blocks work?
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Old 08-16-2007, 11:28 PM
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if u check back in the post there is a step by step install, and answers to most questions. illl see if i can find it
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Old 08-16-2007, 11:33 PM
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Cgm Steering mod
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Old 08-16-2007, 11:37 PM
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Old 08-17-2007, 01:15 AM
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Yeah thats it, a picture says a thousand words.
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Old 08-17-2007, 12:31 PM
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how do I identified which chassis my bd has when I checked the last page of the user manuals there is a exploded car with all part numbers and it says BD-002G for main chassis part no does it means my car has the BD-002G chassis???If so Is that a bit stiffer than the old old bd chassis???Bd-002???
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Old 08-18-2007, 03:49 AM
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hi all, im going to try a spool in my bd 2moro wat do i need to do to make the car more suited to it? im running on a tarmac track .

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Old 08-18-2007, 04:20 AM
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i bought the selection of tamiya shims to evenly space the diff im not sure how many shims i used but i got alot left over but its worth it no more wear and the out drives last
they came in 1 through to 3mm shims
worth a shot if your sick of replacing out drives and you dont notice the weight much any way
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Originally Posted by mattwoodcraft View Post
i bought the selection of tamiya shims to evenly space the diff im not sure how many shims i used but i got alot left over but its worth it no more wear and the out drives last
they came in 1 through to 3mm shims
worth a shot if your sick of replacing out drives and you dont notice the weight much any way


i see. could u take some pics on ur next rebuild? lay out all the parts in order of assembly? u know what they say about pics.


PS. how do u cure wheel nuts constantly come off during a race, blue lock tite?
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hi all, heading up to stafford indoor this week and its my first time using rp 24 so i am worrying about grip rolling in 19 turn class. i have the 3mm and std chasis and only have rayspeed springs so could anyone please surgest a set up.
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Old 08-18-2007, 02:19 PM
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is this the part that is needed for the cgm steering mod doesnt look like it. part number zs 4134

http://www.eseller.ch/product_info.p...4--vom-K4.html

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same web site made it easier for the conversion.

CGM parts package
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i will pull the diff out and take pics so you can see what i mean as for wheel nuts coming off dont use alloy nuts with nylock thay are crap i use nuts with out nylock but the face has a washer built on the end with a seration on them and they never come off they actauly bite onto the wheel alot of people use them in nitro racing and thats where i got the idea from they cost around $8 for 4 well worth it i will get the name of the product for you when i get home again along with pics of the diff mate
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Originally Posted by mattwoodcraft View Post
i will pull the diff out and take pics so you can see what i mean as for wheel nuts coming off dont use alloy nuts with nylock thay are crap i use nuts with out nylock but the face has a washer built on the end with a seration on them and they never come off they actauly bite onto the wheel alot of people use them in nitro racing and thats where i got the idea from they cost around $8 for 4 well worth it i will get the name of the product for you when i get home again along with pics of the diff mate
Strange, I've been using those nuts on all my tourers over the past 10 years and I never had a problem with them.
Off course, when one comes of one time you need to throw it away and get a new one for about 0.25/piece.
Oh yes, they tend to be renewed once a year...
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