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Old 02-05-2012, 09:48 AM   #211
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Seeing as it's snowing here in the UK , does anyone live in a country warm enough to have tried the HMX outdoors yet ?
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Old 02-06-2012, 03:48 PM   #212
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Can Anyone Tell me if HMX Shock O-Rings will fit The Phi 08 Shocks
They are the exact same dimensions, it would fit without problem.
Tamiya TRF damper seals would also fit too.
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Old 02-15-2012, 12:57 PM   #213
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Second Series HMX with Gear Diff
scheduled in April / May 2012
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Can't wait!
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Second Series HMX with Gear Diff
scheduled in April / May 2012
Thats the one i will be getting then, was planning on getting the HMX in March but will wait and bring out the Phi 09 for the first few summer races
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Old 02-16-2012, 11:17 AM   #216
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so how many parts from the rdx will transfer over to the hmx.
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They are the exact same dimensions, it would fit without problem.
Tamiya TRF damper seals would also fit too.
Thanks For The Info...I Will Try The Tamiya TRF's Because Of Parts Availability
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Old 02-22-2012, 01:50 AM   #218
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Good Morning

This weekend, touring season begins in Madrid

HMX can try our new Race..! (asphalt circuit)

After the race report results, and set-up

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Last week we tried the hmx outdoors and the chassis went very wel!
We drove 13.5t non boost at the Mach Heemstede track with medium grip.

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Does the HMX have this poblem too?
And if so, how to solve it?
Please look at the video.
http://www.spec-r.com/default/index....roducts_id=322
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I think that that problem is with every car.
And to solve the problem... I think you got it there?
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Does the HMX have this poblem too?
And if so, how to solve it?
Please look at the video.
http://www.spec-r.com/default/index....roducts_id=322
I have a small bit of vibration at full steering, but I've had to dial back the steering throw anyway as it's not necessary. I know that's not the answer you were probably looking for, but it never hurts to not have to crank on the wheel quite as much.
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Hi guys, can anyone tell me what the front spool is in this HMX please?



Plus, what carbon shock towers have you been putting on the car instead of the ali' items??

Sorry to ask, but have never raced a TC before!

Thanks in advance,

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I'm excited to see an HMX in person next week. It's like going to the zoo to see an endangered albino tiger. I hope it doesn't jump the fence and run off!

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Hi guys, can anyone tell me what the front spool is in this HMX please?



Plus, what carbon shock towers have you been putting on the car instead of the ali' items??

Sorry to ask, but have never raced a TC before!

Thanks in advance,

Chris.
Hi Chris,

the spool we can see in this HMX is a Delrin 36 Teeth spool, which is part number 79157 and the shock towers we see seems to be Phi09 towers, part number 79742 and 79743.
I'm using Phi07 lowered shock towers on my HMX and it works flawlessly.Those Phi07 towers are part number 79740. Some people are complaining about insuficient shock lenght and those shock towers could solve most of these issues.
But you can also keep in mind that Corally has a new model of CF Shock Towers made specifically for the HMX. Part number 79761 will be for the front and 79762 for the rear of the car.

I hope this would answer to all your questions.
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