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Old 08-19-2007, 05:55 AM   #781
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I want mine NOW!!!

Can't wait till i sell my motorbike then i'll get it
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Old 08-19-2007, 06:06 AM   #782
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Get a job and buy one, no need to sell the dirt bike..
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Old 08-19-2007, 12:10 PM   #783
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I agree with you on the thrust bearing. Worst diffs I ever had to build. That was by far the longest part of the build too! I am NOT looking forward to rebuilding them!!!! I had to do a ton of sanding/dremeling to my chassis and bulkhead to get my 4200's in as well. Car is great when all is said and done though
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Old 08-19-2007, 11:53 PM   #784
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Get a job and buy one, no need to sell the dirt bike..
Haha, why keep the bike when i have a knee injury that will keep me out of sport and riding for around 4 months?
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Old 08-20-2007, 09:20 AM   #785
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hi, here are new design spools from Patrick Jasmin




you can contact him at [email protected] for more information
Wow, these look great.

It's the first time ever I see really good option parts for a Corally.

Does anybody have a price on these spools?

I already have a spool but these look really nice...
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Old 08-20-2007, 12:52 PM   #786
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The Delrin costs 25euro and the Alu/Delrin costs 30euro. I ordered 3 Delrin spools yesterday for me and my mates. We´ll see how they work in a few weeks when we get the cars done.
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Old 08-23-2007, 01:39 PM   #787
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Thanks Jimmy, keep us posted on your experience with this spool.
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Old 08-23-2007, 02:49 PM   #788
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Well I got the spools today only 4 days after I ordered them and Patrick answers e-mail very fast so 100% for customer service. They look very good but performance rating will have to wait a few weeks

I`ve started building the Phi and +1 on the previous comments about the diff.... it wasn´t funny but now it´s built anyway. Rest of the car seems pretty straight forward to build.

I think the first test will be wednesday next week
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Old 08-23-2007, 03:44 PM   #789
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Wait until you try to rebuild it during a race meet.

Those tiny Rooch Sh-t size balls in the thrust bearing are F---uc--nn useless.

Come on Corally we need a better bearing
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Just wondering if the TIR spool will work on the RDX.

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With the beauty of this spool, who needs another?.....


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Hey Everyone.. Just wanted to pop on here and say hope everyone is looking forward to the upcoming carpet season.. I hope to be on as much as i can to help out with the new car.. I just built my car for the upcoming races and hope to hit the track with it next week in preparation for the upcoming vegas races... If anyone has been running and has found some stuff they like at there track that makes a big difference please post it here so we can all get these PHI'S to the max speed....


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Hey Everyone.. Just wanted to pop on here and say hope everyone is looking forward to the upcoming carpet season.. I hope to be on as much as i can to help out with the new car.. I just built my car for the upcoming races and hope to hit the track with it next week in preparation for the upcoming vegas races... If anyone has been running and has found some stuff they like at there track that makes a big difference please post it here so we can all get these PHI'S to the max speed....


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Will you be at the Gate on the 8th of September. I will post my setup that I have been running in preparation for Vegas in a little bit.
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Old 08-25-2007, 06:48 PM   #794
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What are the chances of getting some more Team Driver Foam setups on the web site? I am using most of Mark Strasnick's setup from www.rcexcitement.com and it totally changed the car. I would recommend it as a solid starting point on any foam surface. Nice job Mark!

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Usually they post setups after big races, and the car came out right before summer. I also think that there is a mistake on Brads setup, it shows 20wt oil for the rear shocks.
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