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Old 08-17-2008, 10:17 PM   #2566
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For the short wheelbase, you need the short belt and what layshaft pullies? the 17s? Is that all?
No layshaft pulley changes needed if you are running 10.5/13.5/17.5.

Use the 36T pulleys and the Tamiya #53707 TRF415 Low Friction Belt (Rear) to do it.

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Old 08-17-2008, 11:51 PM   #2567
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Thanks for all the help guys! Should be getting my Phi hopefully by Wednesday.

Anyone know where I can get the diff spacer (part #COR75926) and a 1/4"x3/8" flanged bearing to modify the diffs? My local hobby shop doesnt have either part in stock. Looks like superiorhobbies.com is out of the diff spacer as well and the CorallyUSA website doesnt give you updates on what is in stock. Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 08-18-2008, 06:35 AM   #2568
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Chi we got them up here at timezone you just got to actually come up here and run... I know it 20 miles from Portland. will be up here all week at night getting ready for Vegas.
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Old 08-19-2008, 08:55 AM   #2569
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On the new diffs is part # COR79690 the same just minus the Pulleys ??
want to make sure im getting the rt ones
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Old 08-19-2008, 11:32 AM   #2570
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The new diffs are smooth as glass. I have 20 packs thru it and it still is smooth.
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On the new diffs is part # COR79690 the same just minus the Pulleys ??
want to make sure im getting the rt ones
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Old 08-19-2008, 12:20 PM   #2571
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Yes that is correct, the new diffs are smooth as glass. I have 20 packs thru it and it still is smooth.
I ran 600 laps this past weekend in mod TC foam and they feel smoother than when I first built them I'll run them at the IIC and see if I can get some more out of them before a rebuild. A must for all PHI's. It's insane!!

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I ran 600 laps this past weekend in mod TC foam

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Wow!!......... What kind of Batteries did you run??.........
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Old 08-19-2008, 08:03 PM   #2573
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Yes that is correct, the new diffs are smooth as glass. I have 20 packs thru it and it still is smooth.

Thanks Ryan

What setup where you using at Strictly ?? just need something to start with and work from there
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On the new diff do the conical washers go in with the cup up (v) against the nut or are they run opposing each other (v^)?
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What setup where you using at Strictly ?? just need something to start with and work from there
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On the new diffs is part # COR79690 the same just minus the Pulleys ??
want to make sure im getting the rt ones
You do not want 79690, as that is the original PHI diff.

The 08 PHI Diff is 79680 and does not come with pulleys. The original 36T and 42T pulleys will still work.

We are out of stock on the new diffs for about 3 more weeks.

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After I get back from IIC i've decided to order a RDX Phi. Does the latest kit come with the new diff? Also what do I need, parts wise, thats not in the kit for running carpet with rubber tires? Thanks

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Yo Jeff can u post on here when u guys get the new Diffs back in stock
I been wanted to get an pair of those
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After I get back from IIC i've decided to order a RDX Phi. Does the latest kit come with the new diff? Also what do I need, parts wise, thats not in the kit for running carpet with rubber tires? Thanks
The only things I would get for the car are aluminum steering knuckles, 1.3 sway bar kit for front and rear, Black spring kit, Hard bumper, and 36T diff pullies if your going to be running brushless. You'll also need a shorter rear belt and bearing holders. It wouldnt hurt to pick up extra #35 F/R arms and some shims. The car is really good outta the box with a one-way, but with just a couple of key items its dialed.
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