Yokomo Drift Master

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Yokomo Drift Master

Postby Katsumi » Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:30 pm

Make: Yokomo
Model: Drift Master

Date: Dec 19th April 3rd 2010
Track surface: Polished concrete
Tire: Kawada Plastic Drift Tier ( Medium )
Motor & ESC: Novak XBR with EX 10.5 Motor

Front

Camber:-8
Toe: 0
Kick up: Front 2mm
Caster hubs: 4
Ride height: 5mm
Springs: Yokomo Swift Soft Blue
Bumper weight: 60g
Trailing Steering Block: 0
Sway-Bar: None
Shock Oil: Yokomo #250
Other:

Rear

Camber: -1
Toe: 2
Kick up: Front 2mm
Ride height: 6mm
Springs: Drift Package Type-B stock Spring silver
Sway-Bar: None
Shock Oil: Yokomo #250 #450
Other:

Drive Train

Gearing: Front Stock 40x17 Rear Yokomo FCD 1.5 27x17 Overdrive ratio 1.48
Gearing: Front D-Like Ver 1 40x10 Rear Stock 40x17 with Spool Over drive ratio 1.7
Front: One-Way
Center: One-Way
Rear: Yokomo FCD 1.5 Axle Spool
Spar: 48pt 72t
Pinion: 20t
Other:

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Re: Yokomo Drift Master

Postby ILoveMy350z » Mon Oct 18, 2010 7:37 pm

I like this setup. im in the middle of trying to mod my ackerman on my driftmaster for cs, but im trying not to drill holes in my chassis at the moment.
i was wonding, i keep noticing in a lot of the driftmaster setups people are not using sway bars. is there a reason for this? i always thought they would help your drifts......
thanks
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Re: Yokomo Drift Master

Postby Katsumi » Wed Oct 20, 2010 6:45 pm

My DM Steering Mod won't fit on sway bar in the front.
Sway bar link and Bell Crank touch it.
And
Too stable if set a rear sway bar ( less drift angle ), that why I don't use it.

I think sway bar helped more over drive set up.
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Re: Yokomo Drift Master

Postby alexpua » Mon Nov 01, 2010 6:46 pm

I got something to ask is your center one-way is it can show the different or wat
I am gonna to buy center one way but i scare it will no change the different
Give your suggestions?

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Re: Yokomo Drift Master

Postby danhfvcsd » Mon Nov 01, 2010 6:59 pm

Bit hard to figure out what you are asking, but the centre one-way is half way, between having a front one-way and not having a front one-way...

The centre one-way is definately different than having no one-way, but not as effective as the front one-way...
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Re: Yokomo Drift Master

Postby alexpua » Tue Nov 02, 2010 7:12 am

thx

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Re: Yokomo Drift Master

Postby Katsumi » Fri Nov 05, 2010 11:15 pm

Tanks danhfvsd
explain that.

Why I used center one-way.
Main things I used center one-way for protect the front under drive gear.
I copy of some one from Japanese guy.

And I can keeping counter steer just little be more from solid main shaft.
Now I testing D-Like ver. 2 it's a 40x11 less under drive than ver. 1.( 40x10 )
But not too heard keeping big counter steer and more easy to drive because it less under drive.
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