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Yokomo DP Rwd
#1
So it's been a while since my last post - lots of progress, work and mostly having a life takes the time :D

Idk if you have seen a japanese guy: Robekensugi - He is a guy that drives a Yokomo Drift Package in rwd that he did some few things to make it work and since my old TT02 FRD was acting up, i'd figure why not try the Yokomo way since my recently bought and assembled DIB V.2 was so so good in CS, took me to another whole level.


So, the facts - the parts:

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Yokomo Drift Package Plus Type C:
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Yokomo 2WD Drift Coversion PRO201 kit:
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Mst LSD 2.0 RS vers. Gyro:
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I don't have too many pictures of the build because it took me alone 10 hours to build it, you just try to figure it out as you go since the manual is in japanese:

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Further on, the plastic is amazing, almost like it's reinforced carbon plastic materiel, really strong and sturdy - There is less flex than my DIB haha.. The tub is fine for now but there is also other areas where i need parts, such as a Spur Gear adapter for me to change the spur gears to other producers - Also it's limited what pinion i can use when using the stock Spur gear since the motormount is not that "flexible" in positions..

As for video, i'm still working on it since it's been a rough half year with no place to drive and i basicly only have my Canon 550D and my GoPro Hero2, both obsolete - the camera does max 720p and the gopro 1080p but not in a great quality..

Setup wise i'll add another post in the chassis setup area for other to try and make them work as well as posting the setup videoes from Robekensugi so people can be amazed as much as i was.

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/-Skovsnegl-\
MST XXX-D VIP - CS 2.0 - Main

MST FMX-D PRO - RWD - Main

MST RMX-S 2.0 - RWD - Secondary
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#2
Looks dope man. Always wanted that exact setup. Going to wait for the new chassis they are launching.

Always too quality equipment.

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#3
they work well out of the box.

Sometimes the DP wipers can give too much lock and act like a front brake. So just be prepared to back off the steering sometimes.

on slippery surfaces can use a bit more rear weight.

But mine is basically the same. Runs awesome!


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(01-13-2016, 06:24 AM)RE-Xtreme RC Wrote:  they work well out of the box.

Sometimes the DP wipers can give too much lock and act like a front brake. So just be prepared to back off the steering sometimes.

on slippery surfaces can use a bit more rear weight.

But mine is basically the same. Runs awesome!


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Dope man, i just converted my Type C to RWD today. Any tips and tricks you came up with so far?


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#5
Another method for converting is utilizing MST parts. I have seen it done, mostly from Japanese drifters. I have the parts on order and will confirm if it does in fact work. Parts list is below.

MST lower y arm
MST KPI Knuckles [ with appropriate bearings. Will get size later ]
Yokomo 2wd Wiper arm
MST 2wd Stub axle.

Cost me around 50 for it rather than dropping 100 for the base 2wd conversion. RC Extreme, I think this came from your page. It looks so promising! Psyched to see how it goes.
Yokomo DP - RWD | Instagram: Hobby_Monster
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#6
What's the size of bell crank bearings?
Tamiya tt01 type E - subaru brz - stock(maybe it will be not stock anymore)
Yokomo DP Basic (preparing for rwd)
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#7
Great one, The hydraulic motor and a suspension are perfect for this board of HyperOutdoor brand. I think that I should also buy it for my fun. Having such quality HyperOutdoor products is the best thing because every person whether he/she is big or small needs some free time to have fun.

So on that time these HyperOutdoor products as showed must be used. Keeps sharing this kind of post.
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