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Old 11-24-2009, 10:48 AM   #376
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Having great success with this Phi 09 Rubber setup for high bite carpet tracks.

Front:
Ride Height: 5.25mm
Spring: 24.5
Oil: 60wt
Shock Position: second hole in on top. out on bottom
Camber link: up and in
Toe: 0
Ackerman: plus 1mm shim
Camber: -1.75
Up travel: 1.5mm
center wheel base white shims
track width: 190mm


Rear:
Ride Height: 5.5mm
Spring: 17.0
Oil: 40wt
Shock Position: third hole in on top. out on bottom
Camber link: up and 2nd hole in
Toe: 3 in
Camber: -2.75
Up travel: 2.5mm
short wheel base white shims
track width: 188mm

13.5 Ballistic 5.9 FDR Tekin v200


seems to be working great, just ran my fastest laps to date and very close to our local fast guys quickest times. Still working on front to rear balance seems to still be a bit heavy to the rear of the car, it seems to really swing around the front end when changing directions through the chicane's.
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Old 11-24-2009, 11:10 AM   #377
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ANYONE HAVE REAR BULKHEAD BRACKET FOR A PHI 07, THE PART THAT BOLTS TO THE BULKHEAD AND HOLDS THE BODY POSTS

IM INTERESTED IN TWO IF ANYONE HAS SPARES
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Old 11-24-2009, 01:43 PM   #378
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Hey guys - Corally USA is going to post some Phi 09 rubber tire carpet setups on the website. They should be updated with in the next day.

Thanks - Brad

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Old 11-24-2009, 02:36 PM   #379
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Hey guys - Corally USA is going to post some Phi 09 rubber tire carpet setups on the website. They should be updated with in the next day.

Thanks - Brad


Thanks Brad!
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Old 11-24-2009, 03:32 PM   #380
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seems to be working great, just ran my fastest laps to date and very close to our local fast guys quickest times. Still working on front to rear balance seems to still be a bit heavy to the rear of the car, it seems to really swing around the front end when changing directions through the chicane's.
I believe the car is a little heavy towards the rear. I have added roughly 25 grams of weight to the front of the car between the bulkheads directly behind the bumper. This added weight to the nose of the car has helped with intial turn in as well as slowed down the "swing" of the rear end.
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Old 11-24-2009, 08:18 PM   #381
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I believe the car is a little heavy towards the rear. I have added roughly 25 grams of weight to the front of the car between the bulkheads directly behind the bumper. This added weight to the nose of the car has helped with intial turn in as well as slowed down the "swing" of the rear end.
Brad, would it help to run a bigger spur gear to move the motor forward. I just got the car and have 95 through 112 tooth spurs gear to choose from.
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Old 11-24-2009, 09:10 PM   #382
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Brad, would it help to run a bigger spur gear to move the motor forward. I just got the car and have 95 through 112 tooth spurs gear to choose from.
im not brad but i run a 98 spur on mine... ha ha how is the build going carmelo??
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:13 AM   #383
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im not brad but i run a 98 spur on mine... ha ha how is the build going carmelo??
I was building the shocks tonight and I was having a hard time getting the rebound right. All four bladders were a different thickness. So I just took the bladders off my RDX and there all good now.

I'll give you a call sometime as I have other questions.

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Old 11-25-2009, 08:37 AM   #384
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Does the TC 01620
CORALLY RDX PHI '09 - "LIPO OPTIMIZED"

Comes with the brass weights that are shown on the picture thats on the Corally site ?

Just have orderd mine it's cold here and as i drive normally offroad wanted some fun in warm area's where i still could drive

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Old 11-25-2009, 08:50 AM   #385
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Brad, would it help to run a bigger spur gear to move the motor forward. I just got the car and have 95 through 112 tooth spurs gear to choose from.
I run a 106 spur and also run an additional 21g's of weight in the front as Brad stated. I went down to 40f/30r oil last night and Tamiya 3-Hole pistons and the car felt the best it has so far.
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I run a 106 spur and also run an additional 21g's of weight in the front as Brad stated. I went down to 40f/30r oil last night and Tamiya 3-Hole pistons and the car felt the best it has so far.
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I can't even find this on their website...

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CORALLY RDX PHI '09 - "LIPO OPTIMIZED"

Comes with the brass weights that are shown on the picture thats on the Corally site ?

Just have orderd mine it's cold here and as i drive normally offroad wanted some fun in warm area's where i still could drive
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Old 11-25-2009, 10:31 AM   #388
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I can't even find this on their website...
http://www.corally.com/

The brass weight is part number 79384 for the lipo chassis.
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Ahhh, I was one the corallyusa site...

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http://www.corally.com/

The brass weight is part number 79384 for the lipo chassis.
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Ahhh, I was one the corallyusa site...
The part number will work on Corally USA, it will just have a different description, I think it will say 8g instead of 30g. Rob or Jeff will be able to tell you if they have them in stock.
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