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Old 07-11-2007, 05:46 AM   #706
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Hello i saw that Corally have new optional parts for Corally PHI, is the new block totaly diferent from the new car? my Corally PHI is the european version, is the blocks diferent? Thanks.
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Old 07-11-2007, 10:39 PM   #707
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i have the euro version, and have a question.the kit comes with a thrust bearing set but has no instrutions on were it goes this is a option part in the parts section does this take the place of something else in the rear diff if i were to use it?and i was under th impression that the car came with a motor guard and sway bar set,am i missing mine or did i misunderstand from the pictures.having a alot of trouble with assembly of the rear diff it seems to loose i hold the 2 out drives and move the pulley and it moves.
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Old 07-11-2007, 11:34 PM   #708
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check your kit for a black cone washer stampled to the white paper on the diff instructions revised with the kit it should go behind the nut in the diff this will keep the diff from loosing up on you
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thanks,i guess it helps to look at the insert page,i was just looking at the manuel, went together easy after that with out being loose anymore.
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Old 07-12-2007, 12:07 AM   #710
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Anyone have any issues with the battery getting hung up on the metal insert for the top deck on the battery side in the back? Mine is very snug and the insert pushes back the shrink wrap on my cells. Anyone else had this issue?
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a sponsored driver told me you need to dremel that thing down when you build the car so the batts will clear
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Anyone have any issues with the battery getting hung up on the metal insert for the top deck on the battery side in the back? Mine is very snug and the insert pushes back the shrink wrap on my cells. Anyone else had this issue?
Yeah, with the CG and top deck so low it can be a problem. Dremel down the head and check to see if your battery slots might need a little extra too. Its very common.
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Old 07-17-2007, 10:54 AM   #715
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Anyone knows if Corally changed the steering blocks duraluminium from the old Assassin/RDX to the new RDX Phi.

Or, by other words: what are the changes in changing the ackermann in the new Phi, reducing the angle of the turnbuckles.

If someone has a photo would be nice
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Old 07-17-2007, 11:32 AM   #716
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Anyone knows if Corally changed the steering blocks duraluminium from the old Assassin/RDX to the new RDX Phi.

Or, by other words: what are the changes in changing the ackermann in the new Phi, reducing the angle of the turnbuckles.

If someone has a photo would be nice
Not sure what the angle differences are, but the phi is a single bellcrank system and the rdx was a dual... the single bellcrank defianely has more angle on the inside tire (just from visual refference).
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Thanks Big Rigg, but what I mean is: when you see those long (38mm) turnbuckles in a slightly angle, is there any possibility to put in parallel or inverted angle?
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There is no way to make them parallel. The car felt better to me then the RDX. BTW, that is a pretty car!
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Bill if you need help setting up your car i can help since Juan is no help.
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Thanks Big Rigg, but what I mean is: when you see those long (38mm) turnbuckles in a slightly angle, is there any possibility to put in parallel or inverted angle?
Ahhhh I gotcha now... I've seen a guy with a carbon fiber plate that he screwed onto the end of the bellcrank. But it just spaced out the ball studs (for shorter links)... perhaps someone could make one to extend the length of the crank by about a mill or 2.

I anyone know the team tamale guy? This may be worthwhile option...
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