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Old 01-23-2009, 06:41 PM   #2971
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If you leave the diff towards the back, you just use the stock rear belt.
Hey Johnny,

Josh wants to run the optional short wheelbase setup in the rear.

Josh,

I believe it would be Corally part number

TC79136: RDX SHORT BELT REAR S3M (213)

Price: $20.17 (including 10 % tax)

In Stock: 14


Got this from the Corally Australia website. Send them an e-mail to confirm because I only used the short wheelbase setup with 36T pulley wheels.

And look for James Arluck's short wheelbase setup somewhere on this thread. It rocked!

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Old 01-23-2009, 11:12 PM   #2972
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Hey Johnny,

Josh wants to run the optional short wheelbase setup in the rear.

Josh,

I believe it would be Corally part number

TC79136: RDX SHORT BELT REAR S3M (213)

Price: $20.17 (including 10 % tax)

In Stock: 14


Got this from the Corally Australia website. Send them an e-mail to confirm because I only used the short wheelbase setup with 36T pulley wheels.

And look for James Arluck's short wheelbase setup somewhere on this thread. It rocked!

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The perfect belt for the short wheel base setup...Tamiya 177 mm rear belt..

Dailed..
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Old 01-24-2009, 04:22 AM   #2973
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Do the RDX and the Phi fit 30mm zero offset tires on the rear?
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Old 01-24-2009, 09:23 AM   #2974
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The perfect belt for the short wheel base setup...Tamiya 177 mm rear belt..

Dailed..
The Tamiya belt is what to use with the 36T pulleys...not the 42T ones.
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Old 01-27-2009, 09:18 AM   #2975
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Whats a good online place to get this car?
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Old 01-27-2009, 09:45 AM   #2976
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The Tamiya belt is what to use with the 36T pulleys...not the 42T ones.
AE tc5 rear belt is a bit longer than than the corally "short" rear belt.
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Old 01-27-2009, 09:50 AM   #2977
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Harbke - The CEFX towers were designed to have the front and rear hubs lowered 1 mm. If you compare the towers to stock ones, you will see that the camber positions are about 1 mm lower.

Also guys - When you run the narrowed front knuckles, you will have a hard time running a narrow hex. The tire will hit on the spring perch. I ran these last weekend in Canada and had to run the wide hexes. Once I put on the CEFX ackerman extension, I had to run spacers on the outside of the hexes in order to clear the shock.

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I have the CEFX stuff but so far have only installed the chassis, how would you lower the front/rear hubs? Were there one off sets released back when this stuff was new? I don't think I can lower the pin any more than it is.
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Old 01-27-2009, 07:35 PM   #2978
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Whats a good online place to get this car?
Superior Hobbies in Florida (shares space with Corally USA).

Or Ampdraw...in California.

Make sure your kit will come with the 08 diff(s).

Just go for the best deal...All are good.

Other consideration is that James Arluck has his heavily modified Phi EU for sale. It is an absolute rocket using rubber tires on carpet.

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Superior Hobbies in Florida (shares space with Corally USA).

Or Ampdraw...in California.

Make sure your kit will come with the 08 diff(s).

Just go for the best deal...All are good.

Other consideration is that James Arluck has his heavily modified Phi EU for sale. It is an absolute rocket using rubber tires on carpet.

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Sorry, Wallstreet already beat him to it. Another good place to look for kits and spares is Stormer Hobbies.
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nevermind.. thought this was something else.
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ok i finaly got to run my car with the phi diff in with the flange bear hop up worked great and they stayed tight the hole day thanks for all you help guy

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Hey all, I been racing the PHI for a while now. I am practicing on a track for a national event. I been able to get about 1 second slower than the top speeds on that track. My question is how often do you re-apply diff. grease in modified class, and how do you get more corner speed without losing rear grip.

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I'm looking for a left rear coupler (part # cor79711) Corally says it is replaced with cor79711a. What's the difference and where can I find either one of them?
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'Birds setups anyone?
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I'm looking for a left rear coupler (part # cor79711) Corally says it is replaced with cor79711a. What's the difference and where can I find either one of them?
From stormer's site:

COR79708A Corally RDX Phi Coupler Clamp, Std. 14.95 Add to Cart on order
COR79709A Corally RDX Phi Coupler Clamp, .6mm anti-dive, Left 13.95 Add to Cart In Stock
COR79710A Corally RDX Phi Coupler Clamp, .6mm anti-dive, Right 13.95 Add to Cart In Stock
COR79711A Corally RDX Phi Coupler Clamp, 2.0mm toe-in, Left Rear 14.95 Add to Cart on order
COR79712A Corally RDX Phi Coupler Clamp, 2.0mm toe-in, Right Rear 14.95 Add to Cart on order
COR79715 Corally RDX Phi Coupler Clamp Spacers, .5mm (2) 6.95 Add to Cart on order
COR79716 Corally RDX Phi Coupler Clamp Spacers, 1.0mm (2) 6.95 Add to Cart on order
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