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Old 04-08-2005, 12:37 PM   #871
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i was lockeded center oneway put out ball bearing
left side oneway + 4x8x3 copper bearing x2pcs
in copper bearing open a M3 screw 3x3 , can easy to fix center pully & same can use center oneway !

but this car only off power to turn ?
how to have more motor break ? to stop & turn
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If you used a ball cup on the end of the shock shaft, in the outter hole, do you think it would rub?
like this you mean?

http://www.taobracing.net/review_bd02.shtml

check out the pictures... i used tamiya shock shaft ends..instead of the yokomo ones. makes it easier to switch out springs instead of screwing/unscrewing into the arm. im guessing eventually the hole in the arm will get worn out and you'll have to replace the arm.

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i was lockeded center oneway put out ball bearing
left side oneway + 4x8x3 copper bearing x2pcs
in copper bearing open a M3 screw 3x3 , can easy to fix center pully & same can use center oneway !

but this car only off power to turn ?
how to have more motor break ? to stop & turn
Ok not being picky but i dont fully understand.

So you replace the bearings? do we use an M3 grub screw???
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Tomorrow take a photo !

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Ok not being picky but i dont fully understand.

So you replace the bearings? do we use an M3 grub screw???
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like this you mean?

http://www.taobracing.net/review_bd02.shtml

check out the pictures... i used tamiya shock shaft ends..instead of the yokomo ones. makes it easier to switch out springs instead of screwing/unscrewing into the arm. im guessing eventually the hole in the arm will get worn out and you'll have to replace the arm.

Hey Chris all I am going to say is MAN That photo makes it look SOOOOO PIMP.....
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Tell you what though the Rayspeed Ti Rear CVDs are a great upgrade....
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Old 04-08-2005, 01:45 PM   #876
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Do you get those wheelbase spacers as standard? now they are bling

The plastic ones had either loads of play or where dead tight!
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Do you get those wheelbase spacers as standard? now they are bling

The plastic ones had either loads of play or where dead tight!
Square makes a sweet set of teflon shims perfectly designed for them. Call Steve and request them and tell him I want some too.. Last time I had to order from HK.
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Old 04-08-2005, 02:13 PM   #878
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Do you get those wheelbase spacers as standard? now they are bling

The plastic ones had either loads of play or where dead tight!
spacers on the hinge pins..and the ones on the shock tops (cant see on the pic above) are tamiya blue ball stud is alum. ball stud from tamiya also, same with the shock end
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Old 04-08-2005, 02:21 PM   #879
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like this you mean?

http://www.taobracing.net/review_bd02.shtml

check out the pictures... i used tamiya shock shaft ends..instead of the yokomo ones. makes it easier to switch out springs instead of screwing/unscrewing into the arm. im guessing eventually the hole in the arm will get worn out and you'll have to replace the arm.

I've done that too to other cars...but I found out that after popping out the shocks ends in and out to change springs...that the shock end will eventually deform resulting in slop and the shock popping out in the event of a crash.
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Old 04-08-2005, 02:24 PM   #880
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I've done that too to other cars...but I found out that after popping out the shocks ends in and out to change springs...that the shock end will eventually deform resulting in slop and the shock popping out in the event of a crash.
yup thats happened to me. but replacing the shock shaft ends ($4.00) for two is cheaper than replacing an arm with a stripped hole.
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Old 04-08-2005, 02:27 PM   #881
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yup thats happened to me. but replacing the shock shaft ends ($4.00) for two is cheaper than replacing an arm with a stripped hole.
so true... wait til you see what I come up with...hopefully by this weekend I'll have mine all finished...
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Old 04-08-2005, 02:29 PM   #882
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I need to get some of those spacers

not too keen on the ball stud as they tend to open up the shock end until it falls of when you hit something, (like somebody already said)

When you change the wheel base with the hinge pin spacers, are you supposed to space the shock differently at the top??
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stupid question, but thought id ask it anyways... do you guys/gals think this car will be competitive on foam tires?


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Ok not being picky but i dont fully understand.

So you replace the bearings? do we use an M3 grub screw???
i believe what he he saying, is press out the one way bearing and press in a bushing the same size, in the bushing drilling and tap a hole for a 3x3 mm set screw, this will lock the pulley,
did this on a yr4 i had and it works. take your time and just think about it while looking at it, it will make sense
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stupid question, but thought id ask it anyways... do you guys/gals think this car will be competitive on foam tires?


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