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Old 13-01-2019
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Hi All,
So I have just bought a YZ2 Cal2 and before I start building just thought I would check and see if there are any pitfalls to be aware of?

Also does anyone have a good base setup for indoor carpet tracks?

Thanks
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all the set up info tips are here:

http://site.petitrc.com/setup/yokomo...YokomoYZ2.html

The car will just drop together as all the yokomo stuff is great quality

if your on facebook head over to the yokomo yz2 & 4 group as lots of good advise etc from the members (3300)
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Just be careful of the shock collars for adjusting ride height. There has been a bad batch, if they are really tight or don't go on easily don't use and get replaced!

Apart from that one of the best made cars on the market and no need for hop ups! Fast as Heck out the box. The quality of the mouldings and machining are second to none.

For spares back up Nemo are the official distributors now for Yokomo.

Have fun, the car is a blast!
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Just be careful of the shock collars for adjusting ride height. There has been a bad batch, if they are really tight or don't go on easily don't use and get replaced!

Apart from that one of the best made cars on the market and no need for hop ups! Fast as Heck out the box. The quality of the mouldings and machining are second to none.

For spares back up Nemo are the official distributors now for Yokomo.

Have fun, the car is a blast!
Thanks for the heads up.... what oils are you guys running in the shocks?
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all the set up info tips are here:

http://site.petitrc.com/setup/yokomo...YokomoYZ2.html

The car will just drop together as all the yokomo stuff is great quality

if your on facebook head over to the yokomo yz2 & 4 group as lots of good advise etc from the members (3300)
Thanks for the link
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