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Old 26-12-2007
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Default d4 worlds anounced

pretty much as the title sugests, new d4 worlds edition and it looks spanking

http://www.redrc.net/2007/12/hot-bod...worlds-edition

hope the link is ok jimmy
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Old 27-12-2007
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im sure ive seen that slipper system somwhere before
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You may of gary, i seem to have one very similar on my B44.... (BJ4 Sport as you call it garry)
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haha . Its been refared to as that " sport version ".

back on track though this d4 looks cool. so this time round they have fitted some proper diff bolts ? not lolly sticks with some little nut ? lol

damn the shell looks awsome !
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Just got mine a 1 month ago and already had the chance to race it - TQ and 2nd position AMain! I really liked the car but I stripped down the front transmission gears - probably wrong shimming and too much traction. Now I used the suggested by the online tips by HB, plus 1x0.1 on each side pushing the gears to get even closer and hopefully I will have no more problems.

I see some good options on the worlds spec which I really can't wait to fit on, but why the different rear setting with new rear wishbones and anti roll bar? Was this the setting used specifically at the worlds in Japan? The car works great for me as it is. Also I've read about new front wishbones in other posts, but where are they? and the lightweight differential outdrives?

Here is a pick of it!
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would the shell and undertray fit a BJ4WE ?

also these arms, sound interesting
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thought i would bring this back from the depths...

does anyone know when it is going to be released to joe public?? and at what sort of price?

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im sure ive seen that slipper system somwhere before
It might look the same, but it works differently!

Lovely piece of kit

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Also, if you haven't already found out. In my post above about the propshaft.....ingore it.

I've had every propshaft that they make and so far none fit when running the centre one-way.

Come on get one made.

New slipper goes together a treat though. and works really well.
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It's all sorted Tel, it's in the car with the 1 way prop!
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How?


Edit - Dont worry....I know.

Although I would never have thought of it.....its cost me a bloody fortune buying all those prop shafts.
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