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Old 02-13-2009, 12:36 PM   #2986
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'Birds setups anyone?
We were all running very simular set ups. Cuffs should be posting his on
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We were all running very simular set ups. Cuffs should be posting his on
www.Corallyusa.com soon

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Yeah I know, kinda makes you not want to try other things with the car. I am curious if the new rear hubs can lead to slightly different setups.


Brad posted to run 9 diff balls in anything higher than a 10.5, but going from 17.5 to 13.5 I had to tighten the diff a lot to prevent slipping, so I put the other 9 back in. I also prefer, so far, to angle the links a bit, it's probably just that I am used to the Losi which rolls alot, but the car feels like it flows better this way.
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Old 02-13-2009, 02:13 PM   #2988
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Yeah I know, kinda makes you not want to try other things with the car. I am curious if the new rear hubs can lead to slightly different setups.


Brad posted to run 9 diff balls in anything higher than a 10.5, but going from 17.5 to 13.5 I had to tighten the diff a lot to prevent slipping, so I put the other 9 back in. I also prefer, so far, to angle the links a bit, it's probably just that I am used to the Losi which rolls alot, but the car feels like it flows better this way.
Mike, I was one of the few who was running the new rear hubs and liked them. I ran 5mm shims and the lowest hole-out side on the rear tower.
Angled links will tend to make the car roll a bit less. More initial side bite, less overall roll. I usually run all the diff balls in my car, they tend to last longer with fewer issues. Less might be faster, but you'll have to ask Brad or someone who is faster then me because I cant tell the difference.

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Old 02-13-2009, 04:16 PM   #2989
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Hey Home Skillet,

Dont know if you've read the title of this thread or not, but we are not talkin about cell phones. Stick to the topic or dont post here.

Threads are even getting spammed, whats next? Viagra?!?!
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I say everyone send an e-mail bomb to the e-mail he has in his post! LOL
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Old 02-13-2009, 05:20 PM   #2991
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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
Thanks Mike. I guess I should have clarified, where can I find one in stock. Not having much luck right now.
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Old 02-13-2009, 06:23 PM   #2992
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Thanks Mike. I guess I should have clarified, where can I find one in stock. Not having much luck right now.
Call 360raceway, they might have them on the wall 631-920-6244.
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Thanks Mike. I guess I should have clarified, where can I find one in stock. Not having much luck right now.
On the CorallyUSA.com website...Just type in the correct part number (with the "A") and you will find it.

And you should have a spare for each side. That was the most common part for me to damage on carpet.

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On the CorallyUSA.com website...Just type in the correct part number (with the "A") and you will find it.

And you should have a spare for each side. That was the most common part for me to damage on carpet.

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Thanks guys. I found them at Ampdraw.
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Thanks guys. I found them at Ampdraw.
They were my next suggestion...LOL
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They were my next suggestion...LOL
Any recent trips up Redwood Road? Man, I miss that place.
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Any recent trips up Redwood Road? Man, I miss that place.
R/C racing has not been kind to my body. Haven't done Castro Valley, via Redwood, to Moraga, to Lafayette, to Walnut Creek, to Dublin and back over the hill to home since last year...When I was only 60...Took a fair amount of Advil...LOL.
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Just a quick question What is the differences with running the 2.00 and the 1.71 internal gear ratio.

What's best for stock racing??

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Just a quick question What is the differences with running the 2.00 and the 1.71 internal gear ratio.

What's best for stock racing??

The 1.71 internal ratio is best for racing stock brushless motors. Helps you keep the pinion size down which moves the mass of the motor a bit towards the rear of the chassis.

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http://www.teamcorally.com.au/shop/d...Phi%202009.pdf

NEW PHI09!!!!!!

I'll be selling my normal RDX for one of them!!
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