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Old 09-26-2007, 05:26 AM   #931
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This makes it sound like Lunsford is the only player for titanium goodies. I think the TC3 kit would work perfectly fine with our cars.


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I contacted Lunsford and this is their response.



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Old 09-27-2007, 12:55 AM   #932
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My Phi came with a tweaked chassis
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Hmmmmmm, great bunch of comments and pointers, thanks chaps. I see the dots up and more droop as the next big adventure.

On the set up sheet, the down stop # is from the likes of the Losi/Assoc droop guage ??

I'll feed back next Weds night.

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Old 09-27-2007, 11:47 PM   #934
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My Phi came with a tweaked chassis
did you just put the kit together if so and you haven,t race the car yet corally might replace it if you send your old one back i would call and check first just to be sure.
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Old 09-28-2007, 01:49 AM   #935
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Yea I talked to Corally and they will call me back later sometime next week since everyone is pretty much at the Vegas race
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Old 09-28-2007, 05:26 AM   #936
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Are you sure it's just the chassis plate that is tweaked? If not, then...

I know with my RDX the top plate wouldn't drop in place easily and I had to sand where the top plate was binding against the front bulkhead. You might want to look at that. Just trying to help.
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Old 09-28-2007, 05:43 AM   #937
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These are the steps I was talking about......
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The top plate seems fine but when I took the chassis off it wiggles on a flat surface.
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Old 09-28-2007, 11:03 AM   #939
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So I guess the chassis is tweaked enough that when you try to tweak the car it won't tweak correctly, right?

If the chassis is tweaked a little bit, I think you can get away with adjusting the spring height on shocks to get it to tweak out correctly.

But I know how you feel cause I hate it when a chassis plate is tweaked.
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Yea it tweaked pretty bad.Victor, Bill D., Brandon Hess, Tom K. , and other people at The Track said it was really tweaked also. I showed them just the chassis. They told me I got a defective chassis because there is no way I could have done that from hitting stuff.
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Old 09-30-2007, 12:34 PM   #941
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Which setup are most of you all are using for asphault?
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Old 09-30-2007, 06:00 PM   #942
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Default Phi wins in Vegas

The Corally RDX Phi got its first big carpet win at the IIC in Las Vegas.

Brad Johnson TQ'd the Stock Foam Class and proceeded to lead every lap to victory. 4 Corally RDX Phi's were in the Stock Foam A-main, with Stephen Boice, Jarrod Langlois, and TJ Bradley behind those other three cars.

Brad Johnson also qualified 3rd in 19T Foam. He had some tough luck in the main.

Chris Tosolini TQ'd (every round) the Modified Foam Class and finished 2nd. He fought hard all five minutes, but a small mistake towards the end gave the win to Teemu Leino. Mike Blackstock won the Modified Foam B-main and finished 8th in the Modified Rubber A-main.

Overall, a great result for Corally USA. Hopefully we can carry this speed to every race this year and have a season like '05/'06 where we won every stock carpet race and won both Carpet Nationals in Modified.
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Good to see Phi cars doing so well at Vegas.

Looking forward to seeing set up sheets on the Corally site, especially the rubber cars.

I love my Phi.

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I would like to thank Rob Michael and Jeff Brown for all the help and support they have given me. These two indivduals are world class. The RDX Phi is the best car on the market. With the support of Corally USA only a phone call away, anyone can win with this car!

Thanks for everything! - Brad
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I would like to thank Rob Michael and Jeff Brown for all the help and support they have given me. These two indivduals are world class. The RDX Phi is the best car on the market. With the support of Corally USA only a phone call away, anyone can win with this car!

Thanks for everything! - Brad
Congrats Brad! A well deserved win!

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