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Old 08-04-2005, 09:49 AM   #2926
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Will the Assasin rear shock tower fit on the RDX?
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Old 08-04-2005, 10:05 AM   #2927
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Will the Assasin rear shock tower fit on the RDX?

yup, i run it it will give you a little more down travel, the car needs more down travel all around...my reedy race set up on the corally site uses it ....
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yup, i run it it will give you a little more down travel, the car needs more down travel all around...my reedy race set up on the corally site uses it ....
Thank you. Are there any camber link choices on the tower-or do you need to drill some of your own?
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Old 08-04-2005, 01:04 PM   #2929
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Great work on the site corallyusa guys, it's very nice to be able to order during the day without having to sneak off for a phone call. Is your turnaround time on shipping as fast from the website as on the phone?

Our local track got the new carpet down last night, and we ran our first race on it. It was also my first time with the 4mm chassis, which I'm happy to report was as wonderful as everybody else has mentioned. I also think the holes are drilled more precisely, if that's possible. When I'd put my stock chassis on the setup stand (Hudy) my rear toe was 1 degree on one side and 2 on the other, even though I had the same number of spacers and all that. Not so with the 4mm, it's right on, as it should be.

The "buy now" button from the RDX parts list is brilliant. Thanks for that!
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Great work on the site corallyusa guys, it's very nice to be able to order during the day without having to sneak off for a phone call. Is your turnaround time on shipping as fast from the website as on the phone?

Our local track got the new carpet down last night, and we ran our first race on it. It was also my first time with the 4mm chassis, which I'm happy to report was as wonderful as everybody else has mentioned. I also think the holes are drilled more precisely, if that's possible. When I'd put my stock chassis on the setup stand (Hudy) my rear toe was 1 degree on one side and 2 on the other, even though I had the same number of spacers and all that. Not so with the 4mm, it's right on, as it should be.

The "buy now" button from the RDX parts list is brilliant. Thanks for that!
syndr0me...... well the website polls twice a day for orders and updates so it would depend on what time you placed the order. Best time is to place it by noon as that is when the first check is. All orders are shipped same day typically when received. We can't keep you hostile people waiting.

Yeah, we had the BUY NOW parts lists ready a while ago but we were waiting to update the whole site. Glad you like it.
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Old 08-04-2005, 02:07 PM   #2932
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For those who have an extra RDX or want to try out something different, I have a brand new JRX-S I'm looking to sell or trade for an RDX (Carpet Spec preferred). Link is here http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=79816, car must be in similiar condition please send pics to [email protected] if interested. Thank you!
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hey Jeff... how do we get a driver login?

of course, with all the stuff i ordered in the last week, you wouldnt think i would need anything else!

looking forward to that Euro 12th.... im trying to decide if i want to run 12th stock in Vegas, along with sedan!
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Old 08-04-2005, 04:00 PM   #2934
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hey Jeff... how do we get a driver login?
Ditto...

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I'd try going to 1 degree of front toe-out and then maybe try running a little more rear droop to get some more weight transfer. Do you have all the spacers on the front arm blocks (1.6 mm)?
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Old 08-04-2005, 06:18 PM   #2935
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hey Jeff... how do we get a driver login?

of course, with all the stuff i ordered in the last week, you wouldnt think i would need anything else!

looking forward to that Euro 12th.... im trying to decide if i want to run 12th stock in Vegas, along with sedan!
Well......... I'll have to check with Rob. I think for now you can create your own account if you want. I'll check into it but we wanted to get the site up and make sure everything was working right.

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Thank you. Are there any camber link choices on the tower-or do you need to drill some of your own?
nope bolts right on ...try the outer upper hole f/r for carpet..hope this helps
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Old 08-04-2005, 09:21 PM   #2937
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I just sold my JRS-X and now I am ready to pick up a T1FK05 or a RDX and have two questions.

1) How would you compare these cars? From all my research they seem very similiar and both have a very proven track record for performance.

2) I am looking to run on carpet, so if I pick up the Carpet Spec RDX (PM me if you have one for sale, pls include pics) what else would I need to be competitive on carpet at my local track?
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I just sold my JRS-X and now I am ready to pick up a T1FK05 or a RDX and have two questions.

1) How would you compare these cars? From all my research they seem very similiar and both have a very proven track record for performance.

2) I am looking to run on carpet, so if I pick up the Carpet Spec RDX (PM me if you have one for sale, pls include pics) what else would I need to be competitive on carpet at my local track?
1) Pretty similar. RDX comes with more options out of the box. Complete swaybars ($45 from Xray) Battery Strap ($30 who leaves that out?)

2) Nothing. Build the car and compete. The car is awesome out of the box. I would recommend Jeff Dayger's setup off www.corallyusa.com as a starting point for you if you don't get any optional parts.

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Old 08-04-2005, 10:50 PM   #2939
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Brian:

Hi,

if you get a chance please e mail me before the 8th. if not by then try the 14th I should be home by then. need some Q's answered.

Jeff:

I'm also thinking about the low roll center mounts. and afew other options. please e mailme your phone number so we can talk.

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Old 08-04-2005, 10:53 PM   #2940
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Can anyone scan or fax or point me to a digital copy of the RDX review in Xtreme RC Cars #113 (April)? X-Ray has a posting of their review and as I usually agree with a lot of XRC's reviews I am hoping this helps me decide.
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