New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C Set up / Video Clip

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New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C Set up / Video Clip

Postby Katsumi » Mon May 24, 2010 4:28 pm

Make: Yokomo
Model: DP Plus Type-C

Date: May 23rd 2010 Nov 14th 2010
Track surface: Polished concrete
Tire: New Yokomo 01R2
Motor & ESC: Novak GTB with EX 10.5 Motor
Battrey; Yokomo Stick Pack Type Li-Po 4000mah
Wheels: New Yokomo Small Tier & 8mm offset Wheels

Front

Camber:-10
Toe: IN 2
Kick up: None
Caster Setup: 7 deg
Ride height: 5mm 3mm
Springs: Stock
Bumper weight: 0
Trailing Steering Block: Stock 0
Sway-Bar: None
Shock Oil: Yokomo #250
Other: I extend lower arm

Rear

Camber: -2
Toe: in 0
Kick up: 0
Ride height: 6mm 4mm
Springs: Stock
Sway-Bar: None
Shock Oil: Yokomo #25
Other:

Drive Train

Gearing: Front Stock 40x17 Rear Yokomo FCD 1.5 27x17 Overdrive ratio 1.48
Front: One-Way
Center: Solid main drive shaft
Rear: Yokomo FCD 1.5 Axle
Spar: 48pt 78t.
Pinion: 21t
Other:


How to CS Setup Bilud of My Type-C
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=563

Vid clip at Arai May 23rd.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1hxUtvLVvI


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I bent Uppr arm turnbuckle :oops:
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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby PS13Boy » Mon May 24, 2010 10:13 pm

This chassis is a good price, nice features too, I'm tempted to get one...
Looks like you have it working pretty good already. 8-)
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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby oski83 » Tue May 25, 2010 7:05 am

Cool set up Katsumi...

Is that the Suzuki steering link yes

How did you bend turnbuckle? sidewall scraping already ? lol

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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby Calzone » Tue May 25, 2010 8:45 am

I've bend the camber turnbuckle on my TA05 too :P Look's great though!

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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby Katsumi » Tue May 25, 2010 2:17 pm

Thanks guys !
Yah this chassis less cost & time to mod to CS setup. I like it ! :up:
I can expect this chassis in the future.

PS13Boy >

Yes ! it's good chassis I though.
I will try to find get more CS Angle setup

osk83 >

Yes ! It's Team Suzuki steering
Check it up my post of SC build,
I'm not much used extra parts and mod.

I hit wall lot but this turnbuckle is week I though. :lol:

Calzone >
I so many time hit a wall when the Saturday. :oops:
I don't have a problem after having changed it for titan turnbuckle.
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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby Calzone » Wed May 26, 2010 8:39 am

Well, i actually didn't hit anything :lol: I wanted to take it of, but used a bit to much force i think :oops:

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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby Katsumi » Tue Jun 01, 2010 2:11 am

Up date May 31st.

I toke other vid clip filming on Saturday.

I changed setup.

78t super gear to 84t. it's throttle control easer
also I tighten a 1/8 rear toe link. it's increase more CS angle at low speed.




Also I set to 30g bumper weight and I put on 35g weight to battery bear, on Monday.
I like this set up, so easy to control and get more speed.

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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby midship909 » Thu Sep 09, 2010 4:49 am

katsumi how did you get more camber than stock in the front? and how much is the suzuki steering?

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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby Katsumi » Mon Sep 13, 2010 9:59 am

midship909 wrote:katsumi how did you get more camber than stock in the front? and how much is the suzuki steering?



Please check this, CS Build Topic of how to more camber set up
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=563
I extend lower A arm.

and Team Suzuki Bell crank is $42.50.
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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby Katsumi » Mon Nov 15, 2010 12:21 am

I put on New Yokomo Vintage Look Wheels and Tier.

I just change ride height
Spec in above


Here is a vid clip on Nov 14th 2010
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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby yasser96 » Mon Jan 03, 2011 1:19 pm

Hy Katsumi , sorry for upping the topic !
What's in your opinion the best oil to use with the dp ?? i will receive my 1.8 cs gear soon and i want to now in case i didn't feel good with the 50/50 Config !
THanks ;)
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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby PHRESHKHID » Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:59 pm

sorry to bump up this thread, but I wanted to ask. How do you measure your ride height? Also are you still on the 1.5 rear diff?


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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby Katsumi » Wed Feb 09, 2011 11:34 am

>yasser96

I begin a Car set up with front #250 rear #150 shock oil. ( it a Yokomo number. )
My best in the spec. I can't tell a best shock oil at all,
Because it's changes Tier, Road surface, Motor, Shock springs and your car setups.

>PHIRESHKHID

I put a car on a flat board and push the shock tower once then.
I measure raid height behind each tire.

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Wo now is 4mm in the front :oops:

Also I used FCD1.5 still in my Tyoe-C.
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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C

Postby PROJECT 91 » Thu Mar 17, 2011 6:38 am

nice driving Katsumi!

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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C Set up / Video Clip

Postby wjd » Wed Apr 13, 2011 4:51 pm

Wow! Really nice driving :up:

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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C Set up / Video Clip

Postby PrivateE3pipo » Wed May 25, 2011 12:44 pm

How did u fit 78t? I bought a kwada 78t and it scrapes the tub.
neew beh!!!

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Re: New Yokomo DP Plus Type-C Set up / Video Clip

Postby Katsumi » Wed May 25, 2011 3:18 pm

I used D-024 - Aluminum Super Gear Adapter fit to Yokomo 78t super gear

Kawada super gear just two screw in the super gear adapter.
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