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Old 05-02-2005, 02:28 PM   #1921
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Can everyone post pictures of yall's RDX's. I am thinking about getting one. Also, where can I get a spool for it? And what is this I am hearing about the kits being tough to find?
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Old 05-02-2005, 03:17 PM   #1922
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It's simply Supply and Demand...great car causes demand and supply is used. You should check their website for the closest distributor or some online stores here. I usually call direct to CorallyUSA since they are just a few hours from me. I got a spool and replaced my rear diff w/the one piece pulley so I was able to use the old pulley and hardware for the spool.
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Old 05-02-2005, 04:10 PM   #1923
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Can everyone post pictures of yall's RDX's. I am thinking about getting one. Also, where can I get a spool for it? And what is this I am hearing about the kits being tough to find?
Corally sells spools, part number SRC79155. Not all hobby shops stock them so you might have to special order it.

Excel, Ampdraw, Stormer, SpeedTech RC, The Track and several others might still have kits in stock. Their phone numbers are on the dealers page on www.corallyusa.com .

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Old 05-02-2005, 04:30 PM   #1924
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Default roll blocks ???

I'm just abit confuse on the roll blocks settings as almost all the setups I have seen online uses the lowest setting (4) or even ultra low blocks all around. When should I use setting (1)? I run on asphalt using foam tires.
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Old 05-02-2005, 04:52 PM   #1925
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Hi guys,

Not very happy from my FK05, thinking to grab an RDX. What are the majors difference versus the Carpet spec and the UK.

- Thicker top deck
- Silver spring kit
- 4deg alu caster block (same as uk)
- Low roll block all around?
- 75% hard arms

I'm right or wrong? anything else?

What are the price of the Carpet spec ? were can i get one ?

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I know for a fact that Hobby Chamber has 2 Carpet Spec kits in stock..$450 I believe. www.hobbychamber.com for the number then call direct.
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Old 05-02-2005, 05:02 PM   #1926
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Roll center setting #1 is the stock block in the down position, #2 is with it flipped to the up position and so on...

Ultra-low blocks are like a #0 setting.
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Old 05-02-2005, 05:07 PM   #1927
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I got it the other way around then. When would you normally use setting # 4?
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Old 05-03-2005, 10:46 AM   #1929
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hey i received my RDX for my birthday and i cant wait to try it!! i read a lot from this forum about the rdx and i think all the people here can say that the corally its a great car!! it was my first kit and i never build a car before and wow!!! this car is sweet!!

anyways just want to know what guys did you mean by 1.3mm piston??? from my previous car (xray) its was some hole open and closed that change the damping but for the rdx i dont understand 1.3 mm????

also want to know if any body post can fit on the rdx because the one from rdx its hard on the finger??

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T1Raycer - The 1.3 piston is optional and the holes are larger then the stock piston. As far as the body posts go, a few people are using the HPI body posts as a replacement.

Let us know if you have any other questions.

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thanks dude!!
cant wait to try this sweet car!!

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also want to know if any body post can fit on the rdx because the one from rdx its hard on the finger??

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I copied Toso's car from regionals. He use XRAY front posts, works really well. Plus, XRAY posts comes with nice pivoting body support mounts and foam pads.

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ok cool!! i will grab some for my corally!!

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I'm still using the normall ones. The little party hat thingy's break in a loosen up a bit. Mine go on easy.

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