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Old 08-10-2005, 02:12 AM   #2971
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Hey jeff will you ship to the U.K..... Please say yes
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Corally products we do not ship to the UK as there is an Importer there, Helger Racing I believe.

Specialized RC products should not be a problem.

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Old 08-10-2005, 11:38 AM   #2973
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Like i feared jeff, thanks for your help anyway..its just that were almost paying double what you pay in the u.s of a. What specialise products are there? And is anybody coming out with a shortened front shock tower that i can just bolt on???
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Like i feared jeff, thanks for your help anyway..its just that were almost paying double what you pay in the u.s of a. What specialise products are there? And is anybody coming out with a shortened front shock tower that i can just bolt on???
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I think an altered tower may be available sometime. If you are not racing foam tire carpet I wouldn't worry about it.

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SPECIALIZED R/C PRODUCTS

3x6mm Aluminum Knuckle Bushing

Now available are 3x6mm Bushings to use in the Aluminum Steering Knuckles for the RDX. These will replace the standard bearings that are included with the knuckles for long last performance.
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I think an altered tower may be available sometime. If you are not racing foam tire carpet I wouldn't worry about it.

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Jeff, Foams on carpet is all i race on...Have you seen the british weather
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Jeff, Foams on carpet is all i race on...Have you seen the british weather
Oh yes, I've seen it....... I was at the Worlds in 1998.

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Old 08-11-2005, 12:04 AM   #2978
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I know rollout isn't RDX specific, but I figured I'd go to the source with my questions, in case there's something RDX specific I need to know.

First, what's the biggest 64 pitch spur I can run in the car. Is it 104? Is it right that I should use the biggest spur I can?

Now, on to rollout. I'm running an RDX with most of the carpet goodies running foam tires on ozite. I'm not sure how to describe the track, but I took some pictures of it last week. I'm running both 19T and stock. Right now, I'm using Reedy quad mags for 19T, and Monsters and P2K2's for stock. Any suggestions on where to start with rollout for those combinations?

My car is pretty fast from the start, but fades within the first minute and is VERY flat the remainder of the race. I don't know if I'm overheating the motors, or if my batteries are showing their age, or what. I figure I'll start with getting in the ballpark with my rollout, and go from there.
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Old 08-11-2005, 06:41 AM   #2979
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Ray - I sure like that setup on your car. I drove it last night. Was great.
just leting ya know. Billy let me drive it. LOL

Hummm, your probably wondering who in the heck is this. Ask Billy.
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syndrome-I have a 112 on my car. I dont know if you can or would want to go any bigger as it restricts the pinions you can run in 19t. BIlly Sydor I bet could dial you in on rollout at that track. I know hes fast and knows what hes doing!! I thnk your tracls almost square-right? 70x60?


OH-also-104 is as big as you can go and run a sway bar!!

But-for the rollout on a p2k2 at that track I would start at 1.05" because p2k2's are alll about torque-no rpm. As for a 19t Reedy-try 1.15"
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Thanks Ray, I was talking to Billy about it at pretty great length last night, and he was very helpful, between severe beatings on the track. We're running different motors in a lot of cases, so I'm trying to basically just get ballpark ideas for the motors I'm running, and then tune for my needs. I think you've got the size of the track about right. The new carpet is great, you guys should make a road trip sometime.

So, 112 you say, before pinion size becomes an issue? I don't anticipate needing sway bars on the carpet, but I'll have a 104 handy just in case.
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CORALLY MOTORS SETUP FOR ONLINE SHOPPING

The Corally Motors page has been updated with part numbers and clickable purchase links for each of the items we stock at CorallyUSA.

Hot Item right now is the Corally 19T SPEC Motor. It is a small comm, laydown brush and 2 magnet motor. Definately tearing up some Touring Car tracks here in Florida.
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Hey Jeff did my order ship out today?
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what gearing are you using fior the 19t?
final drive ratios

I can't find the sweet spot on this motor as compared to reedy and chameleon.

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So, 112 you say, before pinion size becomes an issue? I don't anticipate needing sway bars on the carpet, but I'll have a 104 handy just in case.
I dont know if youll be able to hit 1.15" rollout and up with a 112 spur and small tires. I havent run 19t with this car yet, but I did run a 35/112 already and I think I could stilll add a few bigger pinions. I left my pinions locked at the track-or I'd be happy to see just how big a pinion I could put on there for you-Sorry!!
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