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Old 02-16-2005, 02:48 PM   #661
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Chris is its posible to get your 1:12 setup from the snowbirds

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Old 02-16-2005, 06:10 PM   #662
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get a hold of Robbie at supperior hobbies or Corally usa
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Old 02-20-2005, 10:49 PM   #663
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Thank you Chris for coming and racing at Salem this w/end. We have a bunch of talent in the NW that never fail to impress me. This event took the whole gig up a couple of notches. Set up is one thing,but driving skill from practice practice practice... phweew ..Blinding.

Them Corally's are a cute bit of jewelry t'boot.

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Congrats Chris! Been a long time. Looks like things are finally going your way. Glad to see it finally comming together! Don't let it go to your head though!!

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Old 02-21-2005, 10:29 PM   #666
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What 's happen?If front lower arm position is minus (rear positon higher front position).
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Chris, I've been having problems with my diff slipping on the RDX. First time I built the diff it went together fine smooth with no slippage. I ran the car that next weekend with no problems. I disassembled the diff to clean it and re-lube it and now when I rebuild it I can not get it to stop slipping. (I have built many cars in the past and I'm sure it is together as per the instructions...

Any thoughts on the problem???
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Old 02-25-2005, 02:28 PM   #668
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What 's happen?If front lower arm position is minus (rear positon higher front position).
it should roll more in the front. I like to use the same hight front and rear. I have done alot of testing back and forth and the car seems to work best when the pins are at the same height.
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Chris, I've been having problems with my diff slipping on the RDX. First time I built the diff it went together fine smooth with no slippage. I ran the car that next weekend with no problems. I disassembled the diff to clean it and re-lube it and now when I rebuild it I can not get it to stop slipping. (I have built many cars in the past and I'm sure it is together as per the instructions...

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your problem is strange. did u flip the rings? and also the new diffs have a diff thrust and the old brass one seems better. So try to get the old ones from corally usa and then try to build it again, and also use only 3 of the spring washers and make sure each one goes the opposite ways. hope this helps
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hey, Mr. Chris... you have a pm. have a few RDX q's to ask ya about.
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