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My 2.0 FCD Yokomo DIB
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This is mostly a box stock setup with a few small tweaks to it, it was super consistent and fun to drive.

Justin

Manufacturer:Yokomo
Model:DIB 2.0 FCD
Track Surface:Carpet
Tires:RC-Art Derive 5006 Carpet tires
Motor and ESC:Viper VTX10R 13.5T
Servo:Savox 1258TG

Chassis Settings
Front Setup
Camber (Degrees):-5*
Toe (Degrees):1* out
Caster angle (Degrees):7
Kick-up (mm):None
Sway Bar (yes/no):No
Ride Height (mm):6.5MM
Springs:Yokomo Medium soft Blue
Damper Oil:450 CST
Upper Damper Position:3
Lower Damper Position:1
Other (Weights, Mods, etc):None so far

Rear Setup
Camber (Degrees):-3*
Toe (Degrees):3.5* in
Caster (Degrees):0
Kick-up (mm): None
Sway Bar (yes/no):No
Ride Height (mm):5.5MM
Springs:Yokomo Super Soft
Damper Oil (indicate weight or #):350 CST
Upper Damper Position: 3
Other (Weights, Mods, etc):None, but will be trying some stick on weights/

Drivetrain
Front Belt:81T
Rear Belt:148T
Front Pulley:40T FOW
Front Center Pulley:15T
Rear Center Pulley:15T
Rear Pulley:20T solid spool(me thinks it's 20T anyway haha.

Gearing
Spur:48 pitch 87T
Pinion: 48 pitch 24T

Justin

Don't mind my buddy Nate's commentary haha.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JttIYLlmxk



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What happen to that body,is it hit in to a bottle of paint?But I rely like the style,and this is an art car!!!
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I took some frustration out with some paint lol! No I painted it to match the 4PK I painted, I like the way it turns out. That and they never come out the same each time, so it adds a unique look.

Justin

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(07-16-2013, 06:36 PM)Bigwhite07 Wrote:  I took some frustration out with some paint lol! No I painted it to match the 4PK I painted, I like the way it turns out. That and they never come out the same each time, so it adds a unique look.

Justin

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That is a unique 4PK,and by the way do you collection Hot wheel too?
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My father and I both do, I bought a bunch of AE86 hot wheels a few months back when I still had one as a daily driver. But my father actually started before I was born, and I caught on and kept going haha.

Justin
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(07-16-2013, 08:13 PM)Bigwhite07 Wrote:  My father and I both do, I bought a bunch of AE86 hot wheels a few months back when I still had one as a daily driver. But my father actually started before I was born, and I caught on and kept going haha.

Justin

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How to pint the body?
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I just take a Popsicle stick, dip it in some airbrush paint and fling it on. I let each color dry, then back it with what ever color you want and you're good to go!

Justin
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