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Old 04-06-2005, 07:56 PM   #811
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just wondering... did everyone got a manual with their BD???
coz... i did not get mine...

that is just great~ How am i gonna build it now...

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Old 04-06-2005, 07:58 PM   #812
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well, the tamiya guys are using yok diffs why couldn't we use the tamiya delrin diff halves, and yes they are expensive
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just wondering... did everyone got a manual with their BD???
coz... i did not get mine...

that is just great~ How am i gonna build it now...

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Look online...lol
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Look online...lol
already did.... all i can find is the Exploded View Diagram from the us yokomo site...
i want the booklet....

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oh...wish I could help which Im trying to but its kinda hard because I dont even have the car although I do like it.
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If I remember correctly, EXCEL in Japan at one point made delrin outdrives for the SD. The price tag alone, drove me away. It was something like $25 a pair.
yes.. excel made them... they worth every cent.
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just wondering... did everyone got a manual with their BD???
coz... i did not get mine...

that is just great~ How am i gonna build it now...

~Ming
there is an exploded view of the BD complete with part numbers at www.tq-racing.com It might help you a bit ...
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Old 04-06-2005, 08:37 PM   #818
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I would get the part numbers and check with the yokomo website parts list. Just a word of warning but I would't get the aluminium bones for the driveshafts, they bend way to easy
Yeah, no kidding. I bought this car with the front lleft driveshaft bent and the kingpin bent. It must have been one hell of a collision.

I just took the whole thing apart and the ball bearings are soaking in some WD-40. I ordered all the parts I needed from the Yokomo website. It's funny how the parts aren't too expensive but they add up very quickly.

Speaking of parts, do you know of any compatible large bumper for the MR4TC Special? The plate that goes on top of the bumper is missing and I could use a bigger bumper to protect the front end. Thanks.
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we've broken three cvd front pins last night on the BD... any theories on why? any help would be highly appreciated.

I have the MIP rayspeed front cvd's but i lost the 3 spacers, on the outdrives and now i cant use them.


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BTW... this car is really really NICE !
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already did.... all i can find is the Exploded View Diagram from the us yokomo site...
i want the booklet....

Ming
Ming,

Give me an email, I'll see if I can get one to you. I can make copies of mine and fax it to you or mail it to you

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dont cutoff the little ears on the bearing holders for both the front and rear (like i did)

also put the pulley on the correct side for the one way. (i guess it would have helped if i read the manual while i was building)

diff halves are the same as the SD. you can confirm on the parts list. same part # i believe.
Yes, keep the little ears at the bottom of the bearing cam.

Hebiki, you might want to pick up some new ones, because without those little year, the bearing cam might twist.

We should have some BD parts in stock tomorrow...including, titanium screw kits

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steve, how much are the titanum screw set for the BD?
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Diff pulleys and screw kits are available. Solid center pulley is about a month or so off. Should be pretty quick as they will be needed for the Reedy. Pin hole is already in the center shaft, just need the pulleys done.

When using the CVD's, did you grind down the inner race of the axle? The tolerance is to tight and there needs to be a little bit of play. Also Robert told me that some people are using the TC4 front dogbones because they are a lot beefier. Only can be used with the one-way and you have to get the drive cups for the TC3-4. I also have some ideas for some different drive systems for the front. I will be working on them and post if they actually are able to be made and work.
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You can use TC3/4 bones up front with the TC3/4 oneway drive cups?!! Sweet! You just made my day!!!
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If I remember correctly, EXCEL in Japan at one point made delrin outdrives for the SD. The price tag alone, drove me away. It was something like $25 a pair.
You're right it was Excel and not PAL, probably this time Square will make some too but they are something like $30usually
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