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Old 07-05-2005, 06:07 PM   #2686
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Wow! Stormer has it for $450. That's alot of mula. What's the difference between the UK kit and the US?

Will the UK kit work on carpet? Need a place that has it in stock at a decent price...$450 is just too much. I can't justify spending 1/2 grand on a touring car kit.
PNP Hobbies in Palm Bay FL has them in stock for $399. Give them a call at 321-723-7318
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Old 07-05-2005, 06:57 PM   #2687
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I wish i could get the RDX for $399. In Australia they are between $700 - $800.
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Old 07-05-2005, 07:35 PM   #2688
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I don't see why he couldn't ship it international for you. I can help him with that. If you're serious about it, we can get it done for you....
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Old 07-05-2005, 08:36 PM   #2689
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One thing I did recently that I liked alot was to take the standard piston (0.9) and drill one hole out to a .055. It was more simliar to the 1.3's but I thought it worked a bit better. Car had more steering without being twitchy.
i drill my owm hole in the shock but i did it too big and i said too big lol.. i dont know what to do rigth now but im pretty sure i will have to buy the real one 1.3 mm hehe!! Later!!

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Old 07-05-2005, 09:15 PM   #2690
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Wow! Stormer has it for $450. That's alot of mula. What's the difference between the UK kit and the US?

Will the UK kit work on carpet? Need a place that has it in stock at a decent price...$450 is just too much. I can't justify spending 1/2 grand on a touring car kit.

The kit for $450 is the Carpet Spec kit.

The standard and UK kits sell for $400 to $420.

The UK kit works fine on Carpet........... Jeff Dayger nearly won the Carpet Nationals with a box stock UK kit, finished 2nd.

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Old 07-06-2005, 05:50 AM   #2691
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Good run for the RDX at the West Virginia State Champs.

Mo Denton TQ'd and won both stock and 19-turn with his car, and I drove mine to 3rd in both classes.
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Old 07-06-2005, 09:58 AM   #2692
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Default Ackerman aggressive set-up?

I'm running on a wide open high bite carpet track, the track has 2 sweepers begining and at the end of the 110 ft. straightaway.

with a 9x1 single going down the straight away it will have you on edge ,will the aggressive set allow you to take sweeper deeper at the entering point of the turn, I have been able to start making the turn at the end of the straight away(SOMETIMES) but I always seem to be a frog hair away from that 2x4 barrier, oh ya I'm runnin' the stock set-up
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Old 07-07-2005, 06:16 AM   #2693
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I wish i could get the RDX for $399. In Australia they are between $700 - $800.
I think you'll find that that there's this little thing called foreign exchange rates!!!
The $399 is USD which compares to approx: $AUD540 plus the extra shipping costs that we have being so far away from everywhere.

I think $US399 is still pretty cheap though, considering the RDX is such a good car and comes with all the goodies ready for racing, i.e. there are very few option parts required to go competitive racing!
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You guys in the States are lucky to get it for that! I talked with a guy in Japan who runs the RDX and retail Japan price is the equivalent of over $AUD1000 :-P
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Old 07-07-2005, 02:24 PM   #2694
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BACK IN STOCK
2.4mm Chassis
RDX US Carpet Spec Kits
Hauler Bags
Transmitter Bags
Aluminum Power Cases for Batteries
Aluminum Power Cases for Motors

NEW PRODUCTS
SRC1005 - Thin Rubberneck hardfoam bumper for RDX. This will allow easier use of a kydex bumper such as a BRP.

SRC1133 - Machined 3x6mm bushings for Aluminum Steering Knuckles. Slip these into your knuckles to beef up the strength on impacts. (Set of 4) - Retail $24.00

79182ST - Steel Standard Dogbones for your CVD Axles. (1 pair)

ON THE WAY
3.9mm Chassis being cut
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Steel Blades being cut
WAAYY COOOL -JB
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dawgmeat do you have a pictures of your car whitout body?? want to see those blue turnbuckles??

Later!!
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Old 07-09-2005, 07:31 PM   #2698
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dawgmeat do you have a pictures of your car whitout body?? want to see those blue turnbuckles??

Later!!
I used the ones from the TC4 kit
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thanks!!
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AE Ballcups work Ok on the RDX?
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