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Old 01-15-2007, 06:10 PM   #121
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.........and the same old camber links......yuck!!
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Old 01-16-2007, 02:09 AM   #122
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need to get some lunsford on there or something that way you can actually use a wrench to adjust them.
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so is there any updates on when this car is actually going to be out and is the corallyusa site ever going to be updated it feels like its only being updated every year.
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Old 01-16-2007, 03:35 AM   #124
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Still saying Feb/March.

Don't hold your breath while waiting, could be late.

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Old 01-16-2007, 10:55 AM   #125
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it is a great looking car but thearms in my opinion are in desperate need of change! that is just my opinion

What % arms are you running? When I ran the new 80's I broke 3 fronts and a rear in one day. I started running the new 35's which are actually slightly stiffer than the old 75's, and havent really had much of an issue with them.

Don't know if anyone else has pointed this out yet or not, but it looks like the electronics have been moved back A LOT on the Phi...
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Old 01-16-2007, 11:03 AM   #126
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I know that the batteries have been moved back several mm.
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Old 01-16-2007, 11:56 AM   #127
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What % arms are you running? When I ran the new 80's I broke 3 fronts and a rear in one day. I started running the new 35's which are actually slightly stiffer than the old 75's, and havent really had much of an issue with them.

Don't know if anyone else has pointed this out yet or not, but it looks like the electronics have been moved back A LOT on the Phi...
i was running the 35% cf6 arms.. but after a while i broke all of my fronts so i went back to the 0% old arms.. the ones that feel like bubble gum.
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Jeff, you need to make sure your axles are not sticking out beyond your rims. That, I have found, is one of the only times the arms will break other than an extremely hard impact.
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so is there any updates on when this car is actually going to be out and is the corallyusa site ever going to be updated it feels like its only being updated every year.
Well, I updated it with Blackstock, Blueprinted RDX, some setup sheets and what not. Sorry I can't do daily updates for you Jeff.

I wish updating that was my only job. Someone has to take orders and ship them all.

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I wish updating that was my only job. Someone has to take orders and ship them all.

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Jeff, you need to make sure your axles are not sticking out beyond your rims. That, I have found, is one of the only times the arms will break other than an extremely hard impact.
Is there a functional reason the axles aren't shorter? It wouldn't take much to ensure the nuts never stick out past the wheel.
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Checking out Dayger's setup sheet from Novak race...what difference is there when running narrow vs. std hexes on front and rear or just one or the other?
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Jeff, you need to make sure your axles are not sticking out beyond your rims. That, I have found, is one of the only times the arms will break other than an extremely hard impact.
thanks for the info, i went and checked my axles and i did notice that in the front end of the car the axles do stick out a hair farther than the rim.luckily i was going to put a thin wheel spacer in the front anyway. the problem is solved who thought it was that simple.. i have never had problems with the rear arms and maybe this is why...

oh on another note... brian, are you going to be running the phi anytime soon...
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Well, I updated it with Blackstock, Blueprinted RDX, some setup sheets and what not. Sorry I can't do daily updates for you Jeff.

I wish updating that was my only job. Someone has to take orders and ship them all.

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haha.. i was just giving you a hard time.. i figured that you were the one doing the website and orders over there.. just wanted to see how long until you started posting agian in this thread... lol... all in fun.. by the way how is blackstock liking the car...
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