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Old 07-26-2005, 08:04 AM   #2836
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I will have my RDX very soon. Has anyone got any tips or hints for a good stock indoor carpet setup on rubbers?
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Old 07-26-2005, 08:59 AM   #2837
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Hello rick that setup you are looking for, I've found this to be a good setup with the standard chassis and top plate. But it's in pdf format and to large a file so i'll have to e'mail it pm your e'mail.Thinking of ordering the 3.9 chassis and 3.5 top plate because i'll be racing on foams in the winter.....see yeh fella
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Old 07-26-2005, 09:19 AM   #2838
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In the august edition of RCCA, Chris Tosolini's uses a 3.9mm chassis, does anybody know how he beveled the edges of the chassis????? Thanks guys
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You can bevel it fairly easy with a stedy hand, dremel, and some 320, 400, and 600 sandpaper. Just take your time and it turns out pretty darn well

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Old 07-26-2005, 10:04 AM   #2840
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Thanks sushi boy. But what if i drink to much and sniff to much tyre additive???????? LOL
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uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh dunno????
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I will have my RDX very soon. Has anyone got any tips or hints for a good stock indoor carpet setup on rubbers?
I would check both the Corally USA site and the Corally.com site. Every setup I have tried from their site has been pretty much dead on!
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I would check both the Corally USA site and the Corally.com site. Every setup I have tried from their site has been pretty much dead on!
Just having a look around now, found lots of very helpfull information.
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hey Jeff... not sure if you are doing it or someone else, but the site is looking good! i like the ability to shop in the eves, rather than while i am at "work"!!!
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In the august edition of RCCA, Chris Tosolini's uses a 3.9mm chassis, does anybody know how he beveled the edges of the chassis????? Thanks guys

he used a scotch brite wheel fixed on a shop sanding machine easier than you think...bitter
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Wow-I totally forgot what it took to wire the puppy up. Just a tip to all the guys who havent built theres yet-use shrink tubing or wire ties and bundle everything just under the top deck behind the servo. Keep the bundles tight so it doesnt interfere with getting in the battery pack.

See the pic. It looks messy-but its actually quite organized. It would have been a lot better if I shortened up the leads on the servo and Personal transponder.

Also-a pick of the sweet Specialized RC 3.9mm chassis for carpet.
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Is the chassis a Corally option part?
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Is the chassis a Corally option part?

Yes-part number src100
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