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Old 12-31-2008, 09:27 PM   #2896
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They no longer make those ones. Those used the old rdx uprights and cut off where the horizontal ball stud would mount and tapped holes for a vertical one. Corally stopped making the original rdx uprights and specialized no longer had access to making the vertical ballstud upright you posted a pic of.
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Old 01-01-2009, 04:22 AM   #2897
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I just started racing again I have the CEFX chassis and the Stock chassis Does Corally make a think foam chassis? I never put the CEFX Chassis on because I have the Corally weights and there no holes on the CEFX chassis for them...
I am sure that someone on this thread would probably have a 2.9mm foam chassis that they want to get rid of.
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Old 01-01-2009, 04:23 AM   #2898
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hey guys,

is there any rear belt from other manufacturers that fits the 42/21 pulleys at ultra short wheelbase configuration (I think the belt should be 195mm or 198mm length according to my amateur measuring ) ??


thanks!
I believe Tamiya makes one. Dont know for sure.
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What belts do I need to run 36t pulleys with the standard wheelbase? I have the stock rear and the tamiya right now with the cam back the tamiya is too short, and stock too long.
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Old 01-02-2009, 08:16 PM   #2900
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http://www.corallyusa.com/istar.asp?a=6&id=COR77137!COR
http://www.corallyusa.com/istar.asp?a=6&id=COR79702!COR
http://www.corallyusa.com/istar.asp?a=6&id=COR79703!COR

These are the parts you'll need hope this helps
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Old 01-02-2009, 10:22 PM   #2901
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What belts do I need to run 36t pulleys with the standard wheelbase? I have the stock rear and the tamiya right now with the cam back the tamiya is too short, and stock too long.
YOU COULD OF JUST ASKED ME DUUUURRRRR
360 HAS ALL THE PARTS YOU NEED
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That tamiya belt is used for when you go to the short wheel base
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What is the difference between the stock rear uprights and the new vertical ones? Do they make the car handle better or are they just stronger?
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I am sure that someone on this thread would probably have a 2.9mm foam chassis that they want to get rid of.

Im running a 4mm, and have a 2.9 back up if anyone needs it. if not, i plan to hang on to it.
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Old 01-03-2009, 01:37 AM   #2904
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What is the difference between the stock rear uprights and the new vertical ones? Do they make the car handle better or are they just stronger?
Kobiwan,

They are completely different, its not only the mounting system thats different but also the cvd is placed 1mm lower! so that creates more steering and more rear traction!

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YOU COULD OF JUST ASKED ME DUUUURRRRR
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THANKS KENNY.

That tamiya belt is used for when you go to the short wheel base
Maybe you you REAAAAD no short wheelbase, just both 36t pulleys to get the lower ratio, but yeah if it's going to cost $75 in parts that isn't happening right now, lol. There is no belt that fits the stock cams?
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Maybe you you REAAAAD no short wheelbase, just both 36t pulleys to get the lower ratio, but yeah if it's going to cost $75 in parts that isn't happening right now, lol. There is no belt that fits the stock cams?
i drive the 36t pulleys with 20t center pullyes
standard 507mm front belt and serpent rear belt! but short wheelbase and the optional diffholders!

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i drive the 36t pulleys with 20t center pullyes
standard 507mm front belt and serpent rear belt! but short wheelbase and the optional diffholders!

Grts ollie
It seems I can get away with the 42s and gear it where it needs to be, I can see now that the optional holders are required unless you find a longer front belt and a belt inbetween the short/long rear belt.
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Kobiwan,

They are completely different, its not only the mounting system thats different but also the cvd is placed 1mm lower! so that creates more steering and more rear traction!

Greetings Olivier
OllieRDX,

So, if I throw the new vertical rear uprights on my car, am I going to notice the change in handling? I'm just trying to figure out if they are worth spending the money on.
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So, if I throw the new vertical rear uprights on my car, am I going to notice the change in handling? I'm just trying to figure out if they are worth spending the money on.
at my local track, on low traction we run the old cut specialized ones and they help alot with rear traction and getting angle into the camber links, going out of town to high traction we have been putting the normal hubs back on. definetly a plus for low traction, i run xray camber link thingys where you put the screw through the middle of them rather than running a ball stud with the cut hubs, you can get the link lower and its easier to shim for me.
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If you are running mid hole on stock upright then run inner most hole and 2 corally steel washers feel will be very close to the same. If anything better being alittle more stable.
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