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Old 09-18-2009, 11:06 AM   #256
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What I use with the small pulleys are the optional bearing holders and the Corally short rear belt. This works fine.
If you want to use 36/18 pulleys with the car just buy the optional 186 mm rear belt and use the standard front belt. This is with standard wheelbase.
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Old 09-18-2009, 11:16 AM   #257
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so is there any benefit from running the smaller pullys? other then the fact you can run the shorter wheel base?!
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Old 09-28-2009, 10:02 AM   #258
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Yes, super short WB is what i wan't. I have now the 416 belt and that is not fitting, the part number from yours is from the 415. I will get my hands on one of those and try again
I finally got it right. The 415 belt is 177mm - it fits but its tight, and I couldent get it as free as i wanted.

Got the belt from the 415MSX MR, it is 180mm and fits perfect part number 6245014.

Now, lets hope this gives me an advantage on the tight indoor tracks
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so is there any benefit from running the smaller pullys? other then the fact you can run the shorter wheel base?!
Gives you a higher final drive ratio (FDR) for brushless motors...perfect! Allows you to run reasonably sized spur gears (for better gearing options...less differential between gearing changes).

FYI...I use the shorter wheelbase on both carpet and asphalt with my original Phi. It is the bong for all my local tracks!

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Old 09-29-2009, 11:50 AM   #260
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US spec is ready:

"LIPO OPTIMIZED" - #TC 01620
"LIPO OPTIMIZED" US CARPET SPEC - #TC 01621
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Old 09-29-2009, 05:19 PM   #261
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ok. thanks still bill
well this past weekend i tqed and won 17.5 at the first state race with the phi 09 here in florida. it was only the second race on the car.

but does anyone have setups wrote down? if so can you post them it would be awesome. i'll post my setup soon
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Old 09-29-2009, 07:17 PM   #262
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Below is my PHI 09 17.5 Stock Asphalt rubber tire set up, I used this set up to win the South Australian State Titles this month.


Shocks:
Front: Tamiya Shocks
17lb Corally 3 Hole piston 50 Weight Corally oil
Inner most hole on tower and outside on arm
Rear: Tamiya Shocks
14lb Corally 3 Hole piston 40 Weight Corally oil
2nd hole from inner on tower and middle on arm.

Ride Height:
Front: 5.5mm
Rear: 6mm

Silver sway bars on front and rear, spool front

Wheelbase:
Front: Short (both spacers in front)
Rear: Middle

Camber:
Front 1.5
Rear:1.5

Front and Rear Arm toe Kit settings
2.0mm spacer under rear camber link (Hub side)
Camber links front and rear in the lowest inner holes.

100g of weight on outside of lipo packs
2 x 30g Corally weights in chassis slot locations.
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What gear ratio or you running for your 17.5 setup
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What gear ratio or you running for your 17.5 setup
Better ask what ESC he has too.
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Good point. I have the regular RDX and was just wondeirng what gearing your using. I am going to start the WCGT Class and of course the RDX thread is dead so I read this one. I have a SpeedPassion 2.0GT in my car.
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I am running the Tekin RS speedy and Trinity DUO 1 motor,

0 Degrees on the motor
25 Boost
Max Turbo and depending on track size 1 to 1.8 seconds on the turbo delay

FDR Varies from big track at 3.6:1 and smaller tracks 4.1:1

Our smaller tracks are probably about a mid size USA track and our big tracks are big 1/8 nitro tracks.
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You guys should post pics of your setups. I just purchased a FANTOM DUO 2 today for my setup.
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does the 09 need to be weighted to handle correctly if so where and also what pinion should i use i have standard internal ratio with an 8.5 novak and novak xbr speedo i run on carpet small track haif the size of a sports hall cheers
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Asphalt Nationals start on Friday. I will post a high bite asphalt setup after this weekend. Should be a decent Corally showing.
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yeah mike b tj b and brad j are up at nats running 13.5 . its going to be a good race.

my setup for 17.5
front corally shocks with 14.5 lbs springs
30 weight ae oil
stk pistons
rear corally shocks with 17.0 lbs springs
30 weight ae oil
stk pistons

shock postions
front
1 from all the way down
all the way out on the arm
rear
1 from all the way up
in the middle on the arm

upper links are all the way in and up on the front and rear shock tower
on the rear middle hole on the alm rdx rear up rights

front 1 degree toe out
rear 2 degree toe in on each side

droop
front + rear
5

top deck cutout - phi symble

alm steering nuckels
alm c hubs 4 degrees
alm rdx rear uprights

camber
front+rear
1.5 degrees

short wheel base
front + rear

anti squat in the rear
one thick shim under the front rear blocks

motor= novak ss pro all timing in motor
speedo= spx on mode 7
fdr at a 4.50
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