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Old 10-01-2009, 07:53 AM   #271
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I know that people have done the Tamiya arm conversion using the short arm conversion kit using all the Tamiya parts,

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Has anyone done the arm conversion using the corally hubs and CVD's and the Tamiya arms only ? If so how did you go about it ?
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I know that people have done the Tamiya arm conversion using the short arm conversion kit using all the Tamiya parts,

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Has anyone done the arm conversion using the corally hubs and CVD's and the Tamiya arms only ? If so how did you go about it ?
A local at our track has done this with shims and he bought SS dowel pins for hinge pins that were the correct size to take out the slop in the arms. That's about all I know but the car is much better with the straight arm conversion IMO since his car is .2-.3 quicker now.
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Old 10-06-2009, 04:55 PM   #274
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Checking to see if anyone maybe interested in a lexan battery brace I have made for a friend and myself. This brace replaces the factory brace and bends over the side of the chassis to protect the side of a lipo pack from impact or falling out of the car.


The following pictures are from a RDX, however I will have pictures of the RDX Phi shortly as well.

If there is anyone interested and I can sell a few I will make a few more then what we need.
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Checking to see if anyone maybe interested in a lexan battery brace I have made for a friend and myself. This brace replaces the factory brace and bends over the side of the chassis to protect the side of a lipo pack from impact or falling out of the car.


The following pictures are from a RDX, however I will have pictures of the RDX Phi shortly as well.

If there is anyone interested and I can sell a few I will make a few more then what we need.
Interested here; but, can you say the price?
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Interested here; but, can you say the price?
$24.00 shipped USPS priority to continental USA.
$32 if you would like your name engraved in the brace.
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That looks pretty cool. How much does it weigh?
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Old 10-07-2009, 11:14 AM   #279
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That looks pretty cool. How much does it weigh?
Approximately 20g-25g
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OK. Looking forward to those Phi 2 pics...
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OK. Looking forward to those Phi 2 pics...
As you wish.
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I just got my Intellect 5000mAh Lipos, and they dont fit under the top deck. Has anyone else had problems? is there an offset lipo tray i need or something?

Its not the 09 i have, the one previous.

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You will need this from corally

http://www.corallyusa.com/istar.asp?a=6&id=SRC79863!SRC
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Anyway to get more pics of that brace on the regular RDX you have two up. Was looking for better shots. This is what i ended up doing to my Corally RDX but I guess I could have just moved the post over.

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Anyway to get more pics of that brace on the regular RDX you have two up. Was looking for better shots. This is what i ended up doing to my Corally RDX but I guess I could have just moved the post over.
I have an RDX myself and needed to move the rear post outboard on the chassis , I just drilled a new countersunk hole where I needed it.
Which makes my RDX a "One Off" piece because I drilled my own hole. The stock post location was terrible because the screw was 40% buried under the top plate deck.

However I am going to move my post to the middle weight mounting hole and remake the brace. Atleast that would make a universal fitting brace for the RDX by just moving the battery post.
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