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Old 12-26-2007, 10:19 PM   #1366
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Harbuckles ride is "uber" dialed going around the track.... might have to get me one....

seriously!!!!! watching his car helps me with my erectile disfunction....lol
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Old 12-26-2007, 10:26 PM   #1367
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Thanks Korey. I took the link to be a signature; silly me.

See you chaps Saturday at Time Zone maybe ??
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Thanks Korey. I took the link to be a signature; silly me.

See you chaps Saturday at Time Zone maybe ??
I have to work... holiday's aftermath of angry customers saying their $30 helis dont work right, or their r/c car wont start, or the steering it backwards hehehehe.

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Old 12-27-2007, 11:27 AM   #1369
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Any other team driver build tips for the phi? Thanks.
in the diffs take the thrust assemblie in cluding the bering in the bottom hole of the diff out and take the axel shims for a 1/12 and put those in i like like 2 or 3 will do the trick ,i cant think of the size of bering u need ill look it up and get back to ya
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Old 12-27-2007, 11:37 AM   #1370
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in the diffs take the thrust assemblie in cluding the bering in the bottom hole of the diff out and take the axel shims for a 1/12 and put those in i like like 2 or 3 will do the trick ,i cant think of the size of bering u need ill look it up and get back to ya
Once again please, in Engrish !!

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Old 12-27-2007, 08:20 PM   #1371
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Are there any differences between the EU and US edition other than Chassis thickness, front diff/oneway, and caster? Such as shocks/ shock towers?

Thanks for your help.
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Are there any differences between the EU and US edition other than Chassis thickness, front diff/oneway, and caster? Such as shocks/ shock towers?

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One is awesome, and one is intended for foam tires. :-)
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Old 12-27-2007, 08:50 PM   #1374
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One is awesome, and one is intended for foam tires. :-)
Dang! Beat me to it...

Awesome for rubber classes at IIC, Reedy, Novak, Asphalt Nats, etc.
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I have no doubt the EU is a awsome rubber car.. I just wanna know if there are any more differences between the 2 versions than I posted.
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From the Corally USA website

EU SPEC 01618
Front One-way
Rear Differential
3 Deg Caster Blocks
2.4mm Topdeck
2.4mm Chassis

US SPEC 01619
Front Differential
Rear Differential
6 Deg Caster Blocks
Hard Silver Springs
2.4mm Topdeck
2.9mm Chassis
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EU has taller shock towers.
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So guys will there be a 5 cell chassis for the PHI?
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EU SPEC 01618
Front One-way
Rear Differential
3 Deg Caster Blocks
2.4mm Topdeck
2.4mm Chassis

US SPEC 01619
Front Differential
Rear Differential
6 Deg Caster Blocks
Hard Silver Springs
2.4mm Topdeck
2.9mm Chassis
the eu vesions we got had two diffs.
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