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Old 04-11-2005, 09:57 AM   #1006
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Come on Hook a Brotha up...LOL
ok.. ok..

All the parts are available from Tower or your LHS

Here's what you will need:

HPI #75169 Pro4 Delrin outdrive set $17.59
HPI #72105 D-cut diff Rings $1.90
AE #3926 TC3 Diff rebuild Kit. $ 8.59

diff shims

total cost of: $28.08 + shipping.

it's about 1 mm shorter on each side... but works just fine

1 shim on the pulley side.
2-3 shims on the long diff side.
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Old 04-11-2005, 09:58 AM   #1007
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stop by my pit if you have a question and i'll be happy to help out.
don't know what body i'll be running but ask for me and someone will find me for you...
What is your first name?
I will stop by.
even if just to shoot the breeze. It sounds like there where quite a few BDs this past Saturday....One of the younger guys that I take to tracks said all the BDs seem to be planted and very consistant. I really hope so. As When I ran there last I was running my SD and I was all over the place.
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:02 AM   #1008
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ok.. ok..

All the parts are available from Tower or your LHS

Here's what you will need:

HPI #75169 Pro4 Delrin outdrive set $17.59
HPI #72105 D-cut diff Rings $1.90
AE #3926 TC3 Diff rebuild Kit. $ 8.59

diff shims

total cost of: $28.08 + shipping.

it's about 1 mm shorter on each side... but works just fine

1 shim on the pulley side.
2-3 shims on the long diff side.

For what do I need that?
AE #3926 TC3 Diff rebuild Kit. $ 8.59
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:02 AM   #1009
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Somebody Say... Delrin Diff?

LIke this?
Showoff... I bet that was mine at some point too, haha
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:04 AM   #1010
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For what do I need that?
AE #3926 TC3 Diff rebuild Kit. $ 8.59
the stock Pro4 diff screw will has problems.. loosens up after a while.. and the stock BD diff screw will not fit but use the BD thrust balls and plates...
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:05 AM   #1011
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ok.. ok..

All the parts are available from Tower or your LHS

Here's what you will need:

HPI #75169 Pro4 Delrin outdrive set $17.59
HPI #72105 D-cut diff Rings $1.90
AE #3926 TC3 Diff rebuild Kit. $ 8.59

diff shims

total cost of: $28.08 + shipping.

it's about 1 mm shorter on each side... but works just fine

1 shim on the pulley side.
2-3 shims on the long diff side.
ooh you the man Ramon!
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:07 AM   #1012
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Personal transponder-in front of servo,flat on chassis.

Socal set-up- 2 degrees rear toe in, in-line front steering blocks. Also I removed shims under front suspension blocks, moved ball studs in steering plate all the way forward for less ackerman, and removed both sway bars. Car worked great with this set-up, but still needs work. The kit set-up is way too pushy for Socal.
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:10 AM   #1013
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stock front position is layed all the way in (position one) you may want to go to position two. in the rear stock position which i believe is hole 2. 450 oil all around and could try 400 in rear?

body mazda 6 is a safe choice and rayspeed accord, and yokomo stratus work well depending on track layout.

more than likely sorex36 with 39F inserts
Mucho Garcias
Will Yok super thin firm insert be OK also?
SO If I bring my E stratus, the 6 and accord I will have all I need?
Thanks for not making me feel like a NOOB.

For the second leg of the JBRL,
4 FUN track Take-off 27's are great also I heard people trying RP30's not really sure of the insert as I have the takeoff Premounts. The sotck setup seemed to carry alot of speed into the corners and had great top speed. I did have to adjust the droop a bit though. I will ahve to go to the garage and get the measurments.
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:15 AM   #1014
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Mucho Garcias
Will Yok super thin firm insert be OK also?
SO If I bring my E stratus, the 6 and accord I will have all I need?
Thanks for not making me feel like a NOOB.
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yok thin firms are 39F's so your good to go bodies yeah i think one of those will work just fine. or you'll run out of time figuring it out..
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:25 AM   #1015
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I'd just go with the Mazda 6, it'll be the easiest to drive with and it wont be slow.

I'm running the Yokomo E for mod, but again, I'm looking for steering.

Patrick, you should bust out that E next week and try it out. You want to carpool to JBRL on Sunday?
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Old 04-11-2005, 10:49 AM   #1016
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Hey guys, here's a setup from Chris Grainger, a Yokomo factory driver in England.

Front

Drive train - one-way [and center]
Roll-bar - gold
Caster block - 4 plastic high hole
Camber - -1.5
Toe angle - 0
Kick up - 0
Susp spacer - 2 blue washers under each
Steering arm - -1 trailing spacer under
Bladder - std with no foam, use 1 o ring
Body - sss
Shock end - short
Length - 61.5
Spring - white
Oil - 400
Piston - #3 std
Droop - 5 to bottom of caster block
Top link inner - 1mm under ball
Top link outer - king pin
Shock upper - all-in
Shock lower - middle
Susp arm - plastic
W/B - 4-0
Ride height - 5mm
Ackermann - one more forward than std

Rear

Roll-bar - silver
Camber - -1.5
Toe angle inner - 2 new lower
Toe angle outer - 0.5 new alloy
Susp spacer - 0
Bladder - std with no foam, use 1 o ring
Body - sss
Shock end - short
Length - 61.5
Spring - blue
Oil - 350
Piston - #3 std
Droop - 4
Top link inner - 0 washers
Top link outer - inside hole, long std ball
Shock upper - 3rd out
Shock lower - outer
Susp arm - plastic
W/B - 2-2
Ride height - 5.5

Body - Dodge 2.0
Additive - Tweak
Motor - check point 8x2
Ratio - 7.50 :1
Wheel - proline 26mm
Insert - Hara gray
Tyre - cs-22
Battery - novak 3300
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ok.. ok..

All the parts are available from Tower or your LHS

Here's what you will need:

HPI #75169 Pro4 Delrin outdrive set $17.59
HPI #72105 D-cut diff Rings $1.90
AE #3926 TC3 Diff rebuild Kit. $ 8.59

diff shims

total cost of: $28.08 + shipping.

it's about 1 mm shorter on each side... but works just fine

1 shim on the pulley side.
2-3 shims on the long diff side.
Hey guys you think these will work on the World's kit and my Rayspeed? Does all three cars use the same outdrive pieces?
Thanx -JB
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Hey guys you think these will work on the World's kit and my Rayspeed? Does all three cars use the same outdrive pieces?
Thanx -JB
The BD uses the SD diff outdrives... so it may fit.
just remember that the Pro4 outdrives is 1mm shorter on each side.
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The BD uses the SD diff outdrives... so it may fit.
just remember that the Pro4 outdrives is 1mm shorter on each side.
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Good News for all BD owners,
Acer racing has just released a ceramic bearing kit.
Just thought I would share.
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