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Old 08-12-2005, 02:44 PM   #3001
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MAGAZINE ARTICLES ADDED TO THE WEBSITE

Corally potential customers have asked and we have delivered. Now available on the website are the magazine reviews from various R/C Car Magazines. The first article available for download is from the April 2005 issue of Xtreme R/C Cars. You can click on the image under "HOTLINE" on the right hand side to get to the article page.

More articles to come........
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Old 08-12-2005, 03:50 PM   #3002
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After reading this thread for a few days it really looks like Corally means business with this car and the support looks great. I was sceptical months ago but man looks like Corally stepped up big.
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Old 08-12-2005, 07:00 PM   #3003
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hy i want to know what the spring rate are in the black kit spring and silver spring kit???

Black=it is some thing like 14 lbs t0 22 lbs
Silver=23 lbs to 32 lbs

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Old 08-12-2005, 07:35 PM   #3004
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black kit
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silver kit
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Old 08-13-2005, 08:40 AM   #3005
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For the people using the low blocks on carpet, where do normally set you downstops to?
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Old 08-13-2005, 09:06 AM   #3006
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For the people using the low blocks on carpet, where do normally set you downstops to?
I thnk most of the carpet guys have forsaken the numbers on the gauge for arh or above ride height. I use 1 to 1.5mm frnt and 2mm rear to start with. I am running a set-up McGreevy gave me and its was 2mm arh front and 2 arh rear.
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true... most use the downstop measurement, which is used either an amount above ride height, or total, say 6.5mm overall... which would be maybe 4.5 height, + 2 mm ARH.
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Old 08-13-2005, 08:17 PM   #3008
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Well ran my new to me RDX tonight on indoor asphalt track with rubber tires and man this car is impressive. I was totally shocked as I was 3 tenths quicker a lap than I was at the same track last week. I ran the car the way it was sent to me when I bought it used. All I did was remove one washer from each side of the rear toe blocks to have a little less rear toe and man the car was just dialed for me. THis car really made me look good tonight.
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Old 08-14-2005, 04:30 AM   #3009
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Heya guys you mite have noticed my thread called 'Need To Make A Decsion" well i made the choice of having an RDX and i can't wait untill it arrives in the post have any of you got any tips etc for building this car?

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Old 08-14-2005, 06:47 AM   #3010
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Heya guys you mite have noticed my thread called 'Need To Make A Decsion" well i made the choice of having an RDX and i can't wait untill it arrives in the post have any of you got any tips etc for building this car?

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I can't give you any building tips since I got mine used but I will say that it is a very nice car and when built and setup right it is very fast and handles great. I didn't know I could have so much steering and still have a smooth driving car.
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What motor do you use? Stock or mod or 19? ta
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I ran stock but I think it will work pretty well in 19T as I had great amounts of steering. I think with 19T I would be another 2 tenths faster a lap. I might try a 19T run this weekend to see but I normally race stock. I will be looking to run 19T at a race in September in NC that I'm going to.
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I ran stock but I think it will work pretty well in 19T as I had great amounts of steering. I think with 19T I would be another 2 tenths faster a lap. I might try a 19T run this weekend to see but I normally race stock. I will be
looking to run 19T at a race in September in NC that I'm going to.
It will be just as impressive if not more so when you strap in a 19T.
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For the people using the low blocks on carpet, where do normally set you downstops to?

Tosinlini's carpet set-up has 7mm for his downstop, I'm using the Shumacher's droop gauge and stand, my A-arm are leveled at 5mm, to acheive 7mm the a-arm would be in the upward position, I'm confused because there is no uniform standard for this measurement, I've heard different was of doing this. At 10 bucks a pop for low block I really want to be dead on, please help
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I ran stock but I think it will work pretty well in 19T as I had great amounts of steering. I think with 19T I would be another 2 tenths faster a lap. I might try a 19T run this weekend to see but I normally race stock. I will be looking to run 19T at a race in September in NC that I'm going to.
It's good to know that you had alot of steering with it seeing as i couldnt get much out of the Mission which i should get back from the RDX
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