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Old 07-07-2007, 05:17 PM   #691
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Can the old fan mount be used on the PHI?

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Old 07-07-2007, 08:26 PM   #692
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I was looking at the set up sheets on the corally usa site and was wondering what 3h tam means for pistons and under down stops 5 ae mean.
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Old 07-07-2007, 08:31 PM   #693
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Can the old fan mount be used on the PHI?

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Yes, it's a direct fit.
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Old 07-07-2007, 08:33 PM   #694
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I was looking at the set up sheets on the corally usa site and was wondering what 3h tam means for pistons and under down stops 5 ae mean.
I used 3 hole tamiya pistons, instead of corally pistons. AE makes a droop guage, which we used to set are droop to the #5 setting. If you have anymore questions , let me know.
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Thanks Juan.

Also, are the bearings the same on both cars? If not, which ones are different?
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Also, are the bearings the same on both cars? If not, which ones are different?
Same bearings for the front and rear, now. Don't remember the sieze. But, it's the bearing that fits over the diffs.
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Per the assembly manual, the new Corally RDX Phi ("US") has:

4 ea. 1/4" x 3/8" (for diffs)
2 ea. M4 x 7 x 2.5F - flanged (for belt guide)
6 ea. M5 x 8 x 2.5 (2 ea for diff/spur/steering)
8 ea. M5 x 9 (for axles)
4 ea. M10 x 15 (for bulkheads)

Therefore, the "US" car kit with the diff/diff has a total of 24 bearings.

For the "EU" car kit with a one-way, delete 2 each of the 1/4 x 3/8
and 1 each of the M5 x 8 x 2.5 (21 bearings + those in the one-way).

FYI...I provided this list to Acer Bearings and anyone can order ceramic bearings in a package set for either Phi from them.
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Per the assembly manual, the new Corally RDX Phi ("US") has:

4 ea. 1/4" x 3/8" (for diffs)
2 ea. M4 x 7 x 2.5F - flanged (for belt guide)
6 ea. M5 x 8 x 2.5 (2 ea for diff/spur/steering)
8 ea. M5 x 9 (for axles)
4 ea. M10 x 15 (for bulkheads)

Therefore, the "US" car kit with the diff/diff has a total of 24 bearings.

For the "EU" car kit with a one-way, delete 2 each of the 1/4 x 3/8
and 1 each of the M5 x 8 x 2.5 (21 bearings + those in the one-way).

FYI...I provided this list to Acer Bearings and anyone can order ceramic bearings in a package set for either Phi from them.
aren't we just a little helper....ha ha ha Were you running the phi this weekend at norcal??
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aren't we just a little helper....ha ha ha Were you running the phi this weekend at norcal??
Haven't got the sucker yet. I suppose that I could be the last of the RDX drivers in Cali at this point. Have found new life for the car with Jeff Brown's Asphalt Nats setup from last year.

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is 2 x 1.3mm holes with 40wt oil the same as using 2 x 1.1mm holes with 30wt oil ?

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is 2 x 1.3mm holes with 40wt oil the same as using 2 x 1.1mm holes with 30wt oil ?

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No. But it will be close. Not sure the technical terms, but it doesn't really equate the same. It was discussed earlier in a post and explained pretty well.
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Why is the top deck on the phi tight? , even a few mates of mine their phi top decks are tight, you have to use a bit of force to get them in place, surely it tweeks the car?.
What I've seen alot of peeps (SoCal version of mate) do is shave/file a little bit off the ends of the topdeck so it doesn't acctually touch the ends to the bulkheads. It should fall right in place with no pressure... it does help keep 'er flat after a wreak
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