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Old 11-18-2009, 06:29 AM   #346
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even more expense, I spend more than the price of the car on parts already (tuning and spares)
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Old 11-18-2009, 02:58 PM   #347
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Hi guys can anyone help me with a rough Pin/Spur for 17.5 racing please 48dpi.
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For logan. PHI with standard internals 2:1 40-41 tooth pinon 72 -69 spur

varies slightly depending on motor and timing, day or night as well.

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Old 11-18-2009, 08:09 PM   #348
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The bearings dont hold in when running a spool or diff, they are pushed in and will fall out first run.

I put a drop of CA glue in the holder and then pushed the bearings in and that seems to have worked well.

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aluminum bearing holders and clips.
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Old 11-20-2009, 01:02 AM   #349
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corally foam spec-are the same basic setups from the phi working on the phi 09?
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Old 11-20-2009, 04:28 AM   #350
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For logan. PHI with standard internals 2:1 40-41 tooth pinon 72 -69 spur

varies slightly depending on motor and timing, day or night as well.

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corally foam spec-are the same basic setups from the phi working on the phi 09?
i have found a good setup for most tracks i will post it later today or tomarrow

i have ran this setup against the phi07 and im a tenth faster per lap with the 09
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Old 11-20-2009, 10:47 AM   #352
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i have found a good setup for most tracks i will post it later today or tomarrow

i have ran this setup against the phi07 and im a tenth faster per lap with the 09
just a tenth? looks like i'll be keeping my phi then...i was gonna ask if the 09 was worth buying right now. looks like you answered my question already
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a tenth per lap is pretty good it adds up.
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Old 11-20-2009, 01:33 PM   #354
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Welcome to the world of Corally.

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I've been using an RDX for about 3 years already. And I spent the same on parts as the car when I got that as well.

I've ordered the alloy bearing holders
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a tenth per lap is pretty good it adds up.
only if you can keep that pace every lap
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just a tenth? looks like i'll be keeping my phi then...i was gonna ask if the 09 was worth buying right now. looks like you answered my question already
thats a tenth with a setup that i feel i can make better with some time. the phi 09 has a ton of potential over the phi07 i have yet to play with pin height diff settings and such. i also feel that when the straight arms become available the car is only going to get even faster. a tenth a lap in a race is alot in a 6 min race its almost a lap.
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only if you can keep that pace every lap
hey rosko i think he's calling you out. you gonna take that.
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off hand, what is so much different from the 07/08 phi to the 09? i saw the top deck is now top mounted to easily accept lipos(awesome) but what else? i saw all those holes on the bottom of the chassis to move the arms around i think...for wheelbase?

this was my first year racing and the phi has treated me well, i just didnt know if picking up an 09 would be a good idea or not. there was a nice one for sale for 275 with a few spares. seemed like a decent deal
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off hand, what is so much different from the 07/08 phi to the 09? i saw the top deck is now top mounted to easily accept lipos(awesome) but what else? i saw all those holes on the bottom of the chassis to move the arms around i think...for wheelbase?

this was my first year racing and the phi has treated me well, i just didnt know if picking up an 09 would be a good idea or not. there was a nice one for sale for 275 with a few spares. seemed like a decent deal
thats a great deal. all the nice aluminum you have on the phi 07 will transfer onto the 09. if you look closely the pins are closer to the bulkheads. the diffs have been moved and the motor and battery have been moved back.
the other holes in the chassis is for running straight or swept arms.
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i also feel that when the straight arms become available the car is only going to get even faster.
What do you mean? Are they bringing out new arms?
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