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Old 05-13-2005, 09:03 PM   #2086
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So is there any way you can tell me what those part #'s are?

Also, I don't want to use the body posts it comes with, what are my alternatives?
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Old 05-13-2005, 09:06 PM   #2087
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You're forgetting the most (well maybe not the most) important part to a good asphalt car: a good setup sheet (and its free!)
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Old 05-13-2005, 09:12 PM   #2088
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So is there any way you can tell me what those part #'s are?

Also, I don't want to use the body posts it comes with, what are my alternatives?
I copied them all of off www.corallyusa.com so you can check them out. You can click on "CARS" and "PARTS LIST" and see them all.

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Just wanted to know what the difference between the US carpet version, one-diff version and the front diff version was. I assume that the latter 2 only have the diffs as the changes?
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They are all High Performance Kits.........

00166 Standard One-way Kit: one-way, 2 deg caster blocks

00166UK Double Diff Kit: double diffs, 4 deg caster blocks

00167 US Carpet Spec: stiffer topdeck, silver spring set, 4 deg caster blocks

There is only ONE US Spec kit and that is the 00167 which is for Carpet Racing. The Standard kit contains the one-way.

Just choose depending on what you run the most, weather it is asphalt or carpet and then what you like to drive with. If you won't use the one-way ever, then get the UK kit. If you mainly race carpet then get the US Carpet Spec.
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Old 05-13-2005, 09:58 PM   #2091
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Go back one page, everything is explained there.
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can I use Tamiya TB02 kingpins on my RDX
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Old 05-13-2005, 10:07 PM   #2093
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king pins? I highly doubt it........... unless you mean hinge pins.

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nope... the RDX uses a unique kingpin setup. it threads into the c-hub, with a smooth portion that goes into the steering block.

i highly recommend the aluminum steering blocks, as they are stronger, plus they have bearings in them where the kingpins ride, makes for the smoothest, effortless steering action, i think...
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I second that. It gives a more balance look as the rear hubs are alloy (bling bling bling)
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I'm looking at getting the rdx. my questions are:

1. what parts will i need to go racing with? (consumables and options)

2. do other springs fit on the shocks? (what do most people use?)

3. what version should i get if i race only outdoors on larg open tracks with some tight technical turns (asphalt with foams, concrete with rubbers)

4. any issues with the car? (common breakages, problems)

Sorry, have been out of rc racing for over 3 years and just out of touch with everything.
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I'm looking at getting the rdx. my questions are:

1. what parts will i need to go racing with? (consumables and options)

2. do other springs fit on the shocks? (what do most people use?)

3. what version should i get if i race only outdoors on larg open tracks with some tight technical turns (asphalt with foams, concrete with rubbers)

4. any issues with the car? (common breakages, problems)

Sorry, have been out of rc racing for over 3 years and just out of touch with everything.
1) Typical things........ spare arms, spare steering blocks, spare shock tower, extra 1.0mm shims, black spring set, optional caster blocks, 28mm camber links, optional 1.3mm pistons.

2) The corally ones work fine. Most springs aren't a large enough diameter.

3) 00166 if you like a one-way, 00166UK if you prefer double diffs

4) no major problems

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Pick up an extra set of kingpins and shock ball ends while you're at it. The kingpins will work their way out sometimes. Loctite pretty much solves that, but it's nice to have them on hand just in case, since they're a very unique part.
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Can someone please post the part numbers for the bearings and carriers you need when running a spool? Thanks!
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