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Old 04-17-2005, 07:25 PM   #1756
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My 50% have 50 molded in them also. the 20% have no markings.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:27 PM   #1757
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I must have all Mediums then as mine have no marks (50 or 75) at all. Thank for clearing that one.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:39 PM   #1758
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The standard and UK kits have 20% arms I believe in them. The Carpet Spec kit has X-hard or 75% arms.

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you can run the rear bar and turn the mounts on the arm around and the bar will go over the dog bone and run in the front of it.
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Old 04-17-2005, 11:13 PM   #1760
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How big are the oneway outdrives? 6mm for the shaft that fits into the oneway bearing?
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Old 04-18-2005, 12:42 PM   #1761
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Hi Guy,

i m back from a big week-end of racing (3 day)..it was at the big race in ottawa...the OTCC race (Ottawa Touring Car Championship) the class there was stock with rubber tire, 19T foam and open mod....i was register in stock and 19T.

in stock rubber it was my first time over the last 3 years in rubber on carpet...i was using Rob set-up from the Novak race..and i just change some minor thing and my car was dialed from the start to the end of the week-end...so i set the TQ, i win the main with around 7-8sec and set the fastest lap time of all the week-end!! my car was so good...i just made 1 traction roll during the week-end and it was in my 3rd qualifier!! every time i was on the track during the pratice i try to be with the other fastest driver in this class and every time my car was clearly the fastest one!!

in 19T foam, my car was really good also! after some pratice i was really happy with my car....i think i have the car to be able to qualify in the top 5 easily! so i ended up to qualify 4th with just .5 of a second from the 3rd place! during the main on the start i made a mistake and i was back to the 7place...but after taking a deep braith i start to come back and retake my 4th spot....and during the last min i see that i was able to catch the third one..so i start to drive more agressivly and at the end i was in the bumper of the third spot!! so i finsih 4th but without my mistake i m sure i could be able to finish on a strong third place...but it was my fault!!

both car was so good i was really happy with my result!! i don t have expected so much for this race!! but when you drive an RDX you can feel the speed and the car was so easy to drive!!

at this race we where only 2 RDX driver and both was in the A-main of stock rubber and 19T foam!

thanks to Corally for a really good car!!

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Old 04-18-2005, 09:16 PM   #1762
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Anyone???
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Old 04-18-2005, 09:27 PM   #1763
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Kilruf- The outer diameter of the piece that goes into the oneway bearing is 0.235 inches OR 5.97mm.
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Old 04-18-2005, 09:37 PM   #1764
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yup. 6mm it is...

has anyone else's oneway gotten really notchy? i have ran mine for about a month, and it doesnt spin very free... should i clean it out and relube? and with what?
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Old 04-18-2005, 09:44 PM   #1765
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Mine is perfectly smooth even after 6 months........ helps that it is sitting in my parts box and never been run.

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Mine is perfectly smooth even after 6 months........ helps that it is sitting in my parts box and never been run.

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After the testing I did, mine will stay there for a while too, until I have mucho time to play with some other things. I have ran oneways in a couple "other" cars in the past, and they had lots of steering but were drivable. The one way in this car was just so nervous, I had to pull it after three packs, spool was much better.

Turbo- Mine did get a little notchy, but the front tires will still turn significantly longer, so no biggie.
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Old 04-18-2005, 10:00 PM   #1767
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Thankyou very much Brandon. I was sure either you or Anthony would come thru with the answer. I thought I'd get a quicker response posting it here late last night and checking it when I got home from work today. Guess not. Should have called ya instead.. hehe... Thanks again...

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heehee... mine was smooth in the box as well. on the surface we run here, i have had my best runs in stock and 19T with the oneway, tho... it works well, just kinda spins notchy by hand.

Jeff, if you see Rob, tell him ill call tomorrow with an order... got a local "big" race called "Bragging Rights" to get ready for this weekend...

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Old 04-18-2005, 11:49 PM   #1769
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I also race 1/8th scale on-road nitro which all run a front one-way system, and I used to have occasional trouble, so I tried a oil that serpent sells for their cars and I have never had another problem since. The product is just simply called Serpent one-way oil. I also use it for my electric cars. I usually clean out the original grease or whatever the manufactuer puts in there before shipping with motor spray then 1 very small drop on each output shaft and its good for a long time and stays smooth for me. Others may use different methods but the other locals in my area that have used it, have agreed that it works well for them too.

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Old 04-19-2005, 12:11 AM   #1770
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What tool does everyone use to take the circlip out the diff?
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