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Old 03-26-2018, 11:08 PM
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Default Converting BD7 2014/2015 to BD8

Now BD8 uses 40T gear diff, similar to the BD7 2014/2015, hence is it worth to buy the components like upper deck, chassis, motor mount and the central 20T gear , front spool... to convert it to the BD8?
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Old 03-27-2018, 07:40 AM
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Now BD8 uses 40T gear diff, similar to the BD7 2014/2015, hence is it worth to buy the components like upper deck, chassis, motor mount and the central 20T gear , front spool... to convert it to the BD8?
I would have to say no. Without listing everything if add up those things you can easily buy a preowned BD8, you forgot about bulkheads also.
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Old 03-29-2018, 07:42 PM
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I would have to say no. Without listing everything if add up those things you can easily buy a preowned BD8, you forgot about bulkheads also.
Then we should stay on the BD7 2014/2015 platform, they are still competitive.
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Then we should stay on the BD7 2014/2015 platform, they are still competitive.
The 14 is slow compared to the 15 with lower shocks and they’re all still competitive. 16/17/18 just a tick faster. I personally like the 15 and rotate to that car once in awhile.
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The 14 is slow compared to the 15 with lower shocks and they’re all still competitive. 16/17/18 just a tick faster. I personally like the 15 and rotate to that car once in awhile.
It depends on the track condition, 14 may not be slow, the long shocks on 14 can help to generate more traction, especially for low traction asphalt track. The long shocks are more easy to setup than the slf shock sometimes.
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hello guys.
i have a question regarding those short front/rear arms convertion for bd7 2015 kit.
maybe more kits since i am not familiar with electric tourings.
what is the efect of use that sets?only front or only rear,or alla together.
in which conditions you use them.plus and cons.
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Old 07-12-2018, 11:50 AM
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Ive just ordered the RTC kit for the '16, Could anyone tell me if it comes with graphite plastics or standard? Cheers
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Old 07-12-2018, 11:54 AM
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Originally Posted by GREGORY! View Post
hello guys.
i have a question regarding those short front/rear arms convertion for bd7 2015 kit.
maybe more kits since i am not familiar with electric tourings.
what is the efect of use that sets?only front or only rear,or alla together.
in which conditions you use them.plus and cons.
thank you in advice.
From what I can tell they take away grip, mainly used on carpet to stop grip roll with front and rear sets used together. I have them but still not had the chance to try them out as the grips never been high enough
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Hello all,
I just picked up a nice used 2016 BD7 to run in USGT.
Does anyone have a setup for USGT out door asphalt?
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Just picked up a 2016 BD7, looking for a set up for High grip CRC Black Carpet if anyone has one. I will be running 17.5 TC.
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Just picked up a 2016 BD7, looking for a set up for High grip CRC Black Carpet if anyone has one. I will be running 17.5 TC.
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