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Old 11-27-2009, 03:43 AM   #391
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It's quite strange as on the picters it is fitted on the car so you could assume it is included. Seems not but did not find any building manual yet and the car is not arrived yet here so cant take an look at the box .
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It's quite strange as on the picters it is fitted on the car so you could assume it is included. Seems not but did not find any building manual yet and the car is not arrived yet here so cant take an look at the box .
here you go.. http://www.corallyusa.com/manuals/PHI09manual1.pdf http://www.corallyusa.com/manuals/PHI09manual2.pdf jeremy
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Old 11-27-2009, 08:37 AM   #393
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Grmbl ... no refering in the manual from the Lipo version
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Old 11-27-2009, 09:16 AM   #394
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Corally 416.

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what hardware is everyone using when you do the double rear shock tower mod
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what hardware is everyone using when you do the double rear shock tower mod
Itīs not my car, it belongs to a team driver in Belgium. But itīs quite easy to put on double shock towers, you only need to find a long enough screw for the camber links in the tower. Double towers will make the car more stable through the corner, more predictable.
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Itīs not my car, it belongs to a team driver in Belgium. But itīs quite easy to put on double shock towers, you only need to find a long enough screw for the camber links in the tower. Double towers will make the car more stable through the corner, more predictable.
I also see he's turned the servo, would there be any advantage to this?
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what hardware is everyone using when you do the double rear shock tower mod
ae pivot ball studs for 2x shock towers. jeremy
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Old 11-28-2009, 01:31 AM   #399
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Guys

I am new to the Phi 09 but am having a few issues and need some advise.

With the setup I am running which is attached the car oversteers on corner exit but understeers in corner entry.

What should I to change to make the car more predictable?

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not sure if you are on carpet... Take a look at the stup I posted a few pages back.

for carpet in general it looks like you may be soft on your front springs, and possibley a lot of droop/up travel?

also I run a lot more rear camber than shown on your setup. the new Phi is a great car and once you get a good setup on it you'll love it.
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not sure if you are on carpet... Take a look at the stup I posted a few pages back.

for carpet in general it looks like you may be soft on your front springs, and possibley a lot of droop/up travel?

also I run a lot more rear camber than shown on your setup. the new Phi is a great car and once you get a good setup on it you'll love it.
Will try a few things from your setup including reducing the drop and see how I go although I am racing on ashpault that is a little bumpy.

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I see in photos that some are running the lower steering lever support. Is there any real performance change when using this?
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I see in photos that some are running the lower steering lever support. Is there any real performance change when using this?
It gives you more tuning options, The carbon plate can be mounted both backward or forward. It depends on the steering feeling you want. The backward position will give a bit more agressive steering feel, but will not give directly more steering. The front position will give some more neutral steering.
I like it best in the front position.
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It gives you more tuning options, The carbon plate can be mounted both backward or forward. It depends on the steering feeling you want. The backward position will give a bit more agressive steering feel, but will not give directly more steering. The front position will give some more neutral steering.
I like it best in the front position.
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A quick question? Which kit to run on carpet with rubber tires? The EU or USA kit? Thx
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