From Team Yokomo:
In the 2022 World Championships, the BD11, driven by Christopher Clapp who won the second place, has been tuned to the specifications required by Team Yokomo’s drivers. It is a special machine equipped with parts used in world wars as well as newly developed parts.
The BD11’s most characteristic graphite suspension arm has been further refined, and the arm length has been changed by +0.5mm at the front and -1.0mm at the rear to achieve both traction and response. In addition, the newly developed hard type stabilizer bar has a linear effect, and in combination with the 6-hole piston, it responds sensitively to even the slightest suspension movement. The springs are 2.80 front and 2.70 rear to achieve optimum machine balance.
In addition, the rear belt tensioner, which is a must-have for team drivers, and the newly developed upper deck bush, etc., are luxurious specifications that bring out new aspects of the BD11. I’m here.
Roll balance with 0.5mm long front suspension arm and 1.0mm short rear suspension arm
Racing tune with revised suspension arm length, stabilizer, spring, and shock piston balance
Equipped with an upper deck bush as standard to fix the upper deck and improve turning performance.
A rear belt tensioner, which is commonly used in team settings, is standard equipment to suppress tooth jumping during sudden acceleration.
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