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Old 07-31-2017, 11:06 PM   #181
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Would these (D06 bearings) all work on the D09?
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Why not ditch the red standoffs, and put a ball nut with shims to get the right height with the D09 position. Then you can lower the inner link as needed. This is how the Infinity guys have been doing it on their ARS.

FYI, on the XRAY, in kit positions with no shims, gives around 0.3-0.4 of toe gain under compression.
Thanks for the information.

You can't use anything lower than the steering stands as it will directly touch the belt on the left side.
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For the most part, those look like they would work. Nice find.
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Thanks for the information.

You can't use anything lower than the steering stands as it will directly touch the belt on the left side.
I also think that with the lower link angel, it might hit the suspension block as well. Probably best to use the D08 mounting method. If your trying to change the toe curve you could play around with the different holes in the steering hub.
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Old 08-02-2017, 12:39 AM   #185
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Now we are distributing VBC Racing products to US market.

D09 Dynamics Edition kit is in stock now and the more VBC Racing kits and parts are coming !!





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Old 08-05-2017, 01:32 PM   #186
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I couldn't find out how thick the in box D09 c.f. chassis is from all the vbc literature. Does anyone know? I'll be running on med traction asphalt 95% of the time.
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2.23mm, measured just for you.
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2.23mm, measured just for you.
Perrrfect! Thx!
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Can some one tell me the part # for the thicker upper deck for the DO9
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Can some one tell me the part # for the thicker upper deck for the DO9
I don't think its a thicker top deck, they just beefed up the weak point area. Its a part change up, not a option part, standard in the kits now. The new deck makes the car feel planted better. Here is the part number if you still require it, Dynamics Upper Deck A-01-G31428.
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VBC D09 Parts and Hopups are arrived at TQ RC RACING and more parts are coming.



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So with Craven Chow leaving VBC is there it be a D10?
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So I'm not really seeing any Complaints to speak of but are people generally very happy with this car or just content with it?
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So I'm not really seeing any Complaints to speak of but are people generally very happy with this car or just content with it?
I can't speak for other people but I have had vbc from the d06 through to the d09

hated the d06, d07 was a better car, the d08 was much better again ( happy with it ), the d09 even better again ( more than happy with it )

like a lot of cars now days its more of a refinements/improvements from one model to the next which is why I think they improve as each year comes around
these kits are a very capable car, priced well & parts are also priced well
good number of places for supply as well
of course I'm speaking about price from here in Australia, not sure about in the states
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I can't speak for other people but I have had vbc from the d06 through to the d09

hated the d06, d07 was a better car, the d08 was much better again ( happy with it ), the d09 even better again ( more than happy with it )

like a lot of cars now days its more of a refinements/improvements from one model to the next which is why I think they improve as each year comes around
these kits are a very capable car, priced well & parts are also priced well
good number of places for supply as well
of course I'm speaking about price from here in Australia, not sure about in the states
Couldn't agree more with all the above.
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