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Old 09-25-2009, 04:12 PM   #601
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Hi mate, I used flanged axle bearings to get the width out to 171mm.
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Old 11-24-2009, 04:03 PM   #602
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Now available from Specialized RC is a LIPO Conversion for the Corally SP12X WC. The conversion comes complete with all necessary hardware and graphite to convert your SP12X WC to lipo setup. Some features include all optional tuning side springs, all aluminum inserts installed, recessed slot for tape, recessed section for battery. Utilizing extra stiff quasi-iso graphite for high bite carpet racing throughout.

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Old 11-24-2009, 04:39 PM   #603
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Now available from Specialized RC is a LIPO Conversion for the Corally SP12X WC. The conversion comes complete with all necessary hardware and graphite to convert your SP12X WC to lipo setup. Some features include all optional tuning side springs, all aluminum inserts installed, recessed slot for tape, recessed section for battery. Utilizing extra stiff quasi-iso graphite for high bite carpet racing throughout.

got a chance to run this chassis on the spx wc/lipo chassis last weekend... car was very fast and easy to drive. i was running lilac front tires and yellow or orange rear tires from parma..

i used the hot bodies damper with the associated blue spring. 30 wt losi oil (might try 35 or 40 wt this wekend)
side springs i used blue... comes with the kit
side lube i used several lubes thru out the day. corally red lube, 20k and 10k mugen diff oil.. found that 15k would be a better choice.. talked to rob at corally and said to try the diff lube this coming weekend.. that is what some of the other guys have been using... front end same as i was running on the t-bar car....
i would like to thank brad johnson also for the help with this setup and help when i bug him... jeremy
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Old 11-24-2009, 11:28 PM   #604
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nice my pop's rc shop has one of these conversions, but what about this
http://www.corally.com/
its on the front page as of posting
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Old 11-25-2009, 10:29 PM   #605
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Just a quick question:
If you change the T bar from 2 mm to 1,6 mm, do you change the spacer between the T-bar and the motor pod? The piece I talk about is called Tbar Lower Spacer 1,6mm (74740). Do you make any other adjustment or do you only change the T bar and that is it?
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Just a quick question:
If you change the T bar from 2 mm to 1,6 mm, do you change the spacer between the T-bar and the motor pod? The piece I talk about is called Tbar Lower Spacer 1,6mm (74740). Do you make any other adjustment or do you only change the T bar and that is it?
Yes, you need the lower spacer and also spacers for your ball-joints (74738) or buy the low ball-joints 75291.
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Old 11-26-2009, 07:14 AM   #607
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Two more questions:
Under what conditions would the thin T bar work better and when would you use the thick T bar?
What are the T bar pivot clips (74736) used for?

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Two more questions:
Under what conditions would the thin T bar work better and when would you use the thick T bar?
What are the T bar pivot clips (74736) used for?
Thin T-Bar: Low - medium bite tracks and slow technical curves.
Thick T-Bar: Medium - high bite tracks and faster "sweepers".

The clips you mention replace the rubber O-rings.
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Thanks. Clear.
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Old 11-29-2009, 12:58 PM   #610
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is there any way to adjust the rear ride height in 0,5 mm steps (instead of 1 mm)?
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