CS'd Yokomo MR4TC BD

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QuangVuong
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CS'd Yokomo MR4TC BD

Postby QuangVuong » Fri Oct 15, 2010 1:37 am

Make: Yokomo
Model: BD

Date: 18.1.11
Track surface: Smooth Cement
Tire: Drifter Street
Motor & ESC: Black Can G20 and LRP A.I Automatic Runner Reverse

Front

Camber: 0 deg
Toe: 0 deg
Kick up: 1mm
Caster hubs: Removed
Ride height: 5mm
Springs: Yokomo Blue(Hard)
Bumper weight: IFS
Trailing Steering Block: Stock
Sway-Bar: None
Shock Oil: 30wt
Other: Caster mod (10+ deg)

Rear

Camber: 0 deg
Toe: +1 deg
Kick up: 0mm
Ride height: 5mm
Springs: Yokomo White(Soft)
Sway-Bar:None
Shock Oil:30wt
Other:

Drive Train

Gearing:
Front: Yokomo 40t
Center: Front Colt 15t / Rear Yokomo 20t
Rear: Colt 32t
Spur: 78
Pinion: 23
Other:
Belts are stock front and Schumacher 60t. A no tensioner setup would be a Cyclone front belt and a TRF416 rear belt.

Front 40x15, Rear 32x20. About 67% CS.

Update 18.1.11
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New Rear belt. 60t from my now sold Mi2. No tensioner needed.
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My castor and steering angle
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R34, new
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R34 Refirbrished. Lol
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Last edited by QuangVuong on Mon Jan 17, 2011 10:22 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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CS'd Yokomo MR4TC-BD 67% - Reedy Stockstar and Novak GT7 - Bluebird BMS-630MG - GT3B

CS'd Tamiya TA-05F(Fijon) 100% - EZrun 9T 35A Brushless System - Futaba BLS451 - GT3B

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Re: CS'd Yokomo MR4TC BD

Postby DAGUL » Sat Oct 16, 2010 3:20 am

wanna see that thing drift since you have fairbit of steering mods but never seen it in action..always hidding |O|

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Re: CS'd Yokomo MR4TC BD

Postby QuangVuong » Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:36 am

Youll see it if Im can go Autosalon on Sunday
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CS'd Yokomo MR4TC-BD 67% - Reedy Stockstar and Novak GT7 - Bluebird BMS-630MG - GT3B

CS'd Tamiya TA-05F(Fijon) 100% - EZrun 9T 35A Brushless System - Futaba BLS451 - GT3B

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QuangVuong
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Drift Chassis: Yokomo MR4TC BD, Tamiya TA-05F(Fijon), HPI Pro D
Location: Villawood, Sydney
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Re: CS'd Yokomo MR4TC BD

Postby QuangVuong » Mon Jan 17, 2011 10:26 pm

Final update. Drifts well enough with this set up.
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CS'd Yokomo MR4TC-BD 67% - Reedy Stockstar and Novak GT7 - Bluebird BMS-630MG - GT3B

CS'd Tamiya TA-05F(Fijon) 100% - EZrun 9T 35A Brushless System - Futaba BLS451 - GT3B

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Re: CS'd Yokomo MR4TC BD

Postby boxhead1990 » Wed Jun 11, 2014 3:04 am

not gunna lie but i have this chassis right now haha

its going rwd as we speak lol

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Re: CS'd Yokomo MR4TC BD

Postby boxhead1990 » Wed Jun 11, 2014 3:15 am

wait i just realised you sold me this hahahaha

we kinda broke a cvd and it sat till a few days ago

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Re: CS'd Yokomo MR4TC BD

Postby boxhead1990 » Tue Jun 24, 2014 3:35 am

I'm drawing closer to actually taking the car out for a run now

Just setting the weighting up a touch better to get ample traction instead of it all being slip and no forward movement


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