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Old 07-09-2009, 04:40 PM   #31
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I too would like to see some more pics please of peoples RDX Phi 09's if anyone has them.

Im thinking about getting an Phi 09 for stock racing in the UK
I'll have some pics(hopefully) after a finish building mine in a couple days.

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Old 07-09-2009, 05:26 PM   #32
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Here you go. Its a bit modified with shocks behind shock tower and short wheelbase. Im starting to get a ok base setup.
In what way does shock behind shocktower effect the handeling of the car?
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Old 07-09-2009, 10:16 PM   #33
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Is the carbon fiber chassis itself any different than the last RDX PHI?
Yes, the chassis itself is quite different. Wider in a lot of places from the previous car.
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Old 07-09-2009, 10:18 PM   #34
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Well, the first batch was received and shipped out. Quite a small shipment. The first kits were EU rubber spec and we hope to see some US Foam kits with the next shipment.

The next shipment will most likely be the first of August so place your backorders now as we do not know the amount of kits we will receive. Vegas is not far off and I know people are looking to get their kits built.

The list is so short I do not have one.
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Old 07-10-2009, 12:25 AM   #35
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I'll have some pics(hopefully) after a finish building mine in a couple days.

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Cheers Sam.

Let us know how the build goes - im mainly used to building Schumacher kits, so the Corally would be a big change for me!!
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Old 07-10-2009, 01:57 AM   #36
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In what way does shock behind shocktower effect the handeling of the car?
Better feeling and better rotation.
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Old 07-10-2009, 07:23 AM   #37
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Well just finished looking through all the parts and realized the car has no diff. So pics will be a while.....

But the shop owner called Corally and they quickly made it right...Thanks!

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Well just finished looking through all the parts and realized the car has no diff. So pics will be a while.....
That sucks
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That sucks
yea too bad.

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WOW. That stinks. I had a buggy come with 3 rear wheels and only one front wheel once but this sounds a lot worse.
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Samnizzle, stop bitching and get to work......I'm sure the guys at Corally will hook you up...
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We had 3 kits arrive here yesterday, all 3 sold. The first kit went together with no issues and was quite an easy build. The proud new PHI owner ( his first TC Kit), built the kit in around 6 hours with no issues.

The second kit has had no build issues either. 2 of them should be on the carpet by Sunday and the 3rd went to NJ.
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We had 3 kits arrive here yesterday, all 3 sold. The first kit went together with no issues and was quite an easy build. The proud new PHI owner ( his first TC Kit), built the kit in around 6 hours with no issues.

The second kit has had no build issues either. 2 of them should be on the carpet by Sunday and the 3rd went to NJ.
My kit was missing one bladder and a couple of ball studs. Too much partying at the Corally factory.
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One thing that I noticed after assembled is the axle of centre pulleys and spur gear are positioned at the front. This position disable to use big pinions for stock classes.
Is there any solution to solve this, e.g. use other belts (bigger in front, shorter in the rear)?
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One thing that I noticed after assembled is the axle of centre pulleys and spur gear are positioned at the front. This position disable to use big pinions for stock classes.
Is there any solution to solve this, e.g. use other belts (bigger in front, shorter in the rear)?
Can you use a smaller spur? I run a 76 spur and 43 pinion with 17.5 on the old car.
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