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Old 13-03-2012
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Default My Yokomo MR-4bx












Chassis: Specialmade by Fibro-lyte (0.5.mm thicker than orginal and less holes in)

Shocktowers: Doubble/6.5mm from Fibro-lyte

Upper chassis: Special made 2.5.mm

Lower arms: B-max BM-008R/BM-008F

Sus.pin ball: B-max BM-300B

Hinge pin rear: Piano thread 3*54mm

Hinge pin front: Yokomo BD-5 BD-009BR (I have drilled the holes in the bulkhead to 3.mm)

Plastic rod end: B-max BM206

Wheel hub front: B-max BM-011F

Spur: Ass B4 #9653 84.t. (J.C. silent gear)

Belts: Tough racing Front TRT B180

Rear TRF B181

Wing Mount: B-max BM-001

Mid pulley: ZC-671H (drilled)

Diff.Balls: B-max ZD-505T Tungsten carbide

Diff.Lube: Nuclear

Diff.Thrust balls: ZS-507T Tungsten carbide

Pinions: Tamiya TRF

Shock caps: Ass #6443

Stablizer kit: B-max BM-412 (F and R) With custom made plate

Front cvd axl: Team C. T04025/ Ansmann 125000942 (Blizzard)

Rear Cvd axl: Team C. bone from #TU0233 + Yokomo B-max2 B2-010RA/B-max4 BM-010RAC (with the RAC you also can use the Losi 22 hex with no problems if you want).
Or Losi tlr 22 rear axl/mip.

Battery post: 3-racing Zx-5
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That really looks nice.

What shock oils are you using and what surface are you running on
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I have one for sale whit new front arms mod and lots of parts for 100$ Canadien plus shipping just saying.

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That really looks nice.

What shock oils are you using and what surface are you running on
I'm basically driving on astro here in Norway. We have a lot of good astrotracks here now;-)

I drive with the white pistons/ 2#1.4mm holes front and the black 2#1.3mm rear and uses Losi oil 35-40 front and 25-30 rear.
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I have one for sale whit new front arms mod and lots of parts for 100$ Canadien plus shipping just saying.

Den
I have a lot of bx-parts in stock, if I didn't-I would have bought yours, no doubt! :-)
I also have the Durango Dex410, but I drive the bx-ho ho;-) -It's so much smoother!
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I have one for sale whit new front arms mod and lots of parts for 100$ Canadien plus shipping just saying.

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Interesting:P
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Nice work there Arne!

Razer! hohohoho go on!!
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Looks nice dude, really need to give mine a good rebuild one day.I would take the little rear gear box cover off though, I found it make the diff stayed cleaner for longer without the rear covered, lets the dirt pass straight through.
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Looks good. Is it possible to have some pictures of the modified layshaft pulley out of the car?
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Looks good. Is it possible to have some pictures of the modified layshaft pulley out of the car?
I can take some more pic tomorrow;-)
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Looks nice dude, really need to give mine a good rebuild one day.I would take the little rear gear box cover off though, I found it make the diff stayed cleaner for longer without the rear covered, lets the dirt pass straight through.
Thanks!

I see what you mean.

Since I drive on the astro, I never have any problem with dirt arround the diff-even if it's rubber or sand in the astrotracks.
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Interesting:P
Yes man, very interesting! Bring it to Lørenskog;-)
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The stablizersystem in the rear looks a bit advansed but actually it makes it more easy to change the belt and the diff.

It's less screws to remove!

I bought some carbon on hobbyking and dremel the top of the rear.

Now I can easly adjust the inner link up and down, just to remove or put in one of the carbonplates. It's ony 4 screws. :-)
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REO :-)
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Some pic when I made it. I used some plastic between the pulleys.

I have tighten it, I have no need of the one-way system. But I can of course loosen it if I need:-)
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Interesting:P
Pics are gone sorry for the delay bud I was out of town for buisiness.

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Put in the Nosram Pearl v.2/90905 esc.
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Sold mine to Naushad hope you have fun post pics of it wen you get it going bud i had a LRP SXX tc whit 10.5 Novak worked goood let me now wen it comes in.

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Thanks Denis... I will let you know.

I'm making electric adjustments to the bx I have now. I also need to fiddle with the shocks.

I'm sure I'll get cracking on the bx you've sent me soon enough!

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Hello,

Have you done some adjustments or specific tooling to fit the Team C dogbones in front and rear ?

Front cvd axl: Team C. T04025
Rear Cvd axl: Team C. T02058

And, using Bmax4 arms...does it change the wheels base or/and width?

Lower arms: B-max BM-008R/BM-008F

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