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Old 04-08-2005, 02:54 AM   #856
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What's the largest 64 pitch spur gear that can be used on the BD?
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Old 04-08-2005, 03:28 AM   #857
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i saw in speedtech's web site, rayspeed makes three different shock bladders for the yoke shocks... does anyone know what's the progression from hardest to the softest among the three?

What's the closest among the three to the Stock ones?

thanks - jason
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Old 04-08-2005, 03:35 AM   #858
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i saw in speedtech's web site, rayspeed makes three different shock bladders for the yoke shocks... does anyone know what's the progression from hardest to the softest among the three?

What's the closest among the three to the Stock ones?

thanks - jason
Blue is the hardest, white in the middle and the yellow is the softest. The white to me feels about the same as the stock bladders.

http://www.yokomousa.com/newproducts...yspeed001.html
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Old 04-08-2005, 04:53 AM   #859
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Did you have to cut the foams any to fit?
I'm using Parma foam tires, they fit without any trimming. When I ran Jaco's on the CGM I would have to narrow the foam tire to 26mm.

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Do they not rub the shock eyelet at all?
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Do they not rub the shock eyelet at all?
I'm running my rear shock in the inside hole on the arm. When I ran the shock in the outside hole they rubbed. On front they do not rub.
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Does anyone know if any hobby shops have parts for the BD yet. I need to get a front diff and center one way lock for mine!
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Nevermind I just scrolled up and saw that Steve got some parts in.
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Finished my car and mounted my body tonight, just gotta mount the electronics tomorrow and it's racing on Sat.

Hopefully we get enough for a mod turnout at SoCal, but if not, 19 turn should be fun
hey randy,

took my BD out for a few packs last nite and am very happy with the car. started with box stock setup which was actually fairly good.... after a couple runs the car began to 'settle in' i call it. so i'm looking forward to saturday too.

stop by and we can compare setups
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Does anyone know if any hobby shops have parts for the BD yet. I need to get a front diff and center one way lock for mine!
It will be a few weeks before Yokomo has a locked center pulley.

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What's the largest 64 pitch spur gear that can be used on the BD?
I got a 108t in with no problems yet...
the gear ratio chart says 112...
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What's the largest 64 pitch spur gear that can be used on the BD?
i've been using a 112t 64p spur without any issue
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I'm running my rear shock in the inside hole on the arm. When I ran the shock in the outside hole they rubbed. On front they do not rub.
If you used a ball cup on the end of the shock shaft, in the outter hole, do you think it would rub?
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Will the locked center pulley be the same as the one way one just with a grove in it for a pin to sit in???

if it is then im getting it down the machine shop to get it milled out!
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Will the locked center pulley be the same as the one way one just with a grove in it for a pin to sit in???

if it is then im getting it down the machine shop to get it milled out!
most likely...since there is 2 holes on the layshaft for the pins.
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