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Old 09-28-2005, 01:02 PM   #3541
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Congrats on a fantastic weekend for you guys.

Any chance of getting Jason Ertrachter's Stock Touring Rubber setup from the IIC last weekend?



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Old 09-28-2005, 01:05 PM   #3542
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Congrats on a fantastic weekend for you guys.

Any chance of getting Jason Ertrachter's Stock Touring Rubber setup from the IIC last weekend?



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We will post them as soon as they submit them.

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Old 09-28-2005, 01:07 PM   #3543
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Awesome. Crack the whip, Jeff!
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Great Job at IIC!!
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You don't need much when the car is dialed out of the box.

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What wishbones come in the kit? Short or long?

Also which ones are better!

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the RDX is setup for, and comes with the short arms, although the long will work as well. if i remember right from Cuda days, the longer arms make the car seem lazy, and most always prefer the short. never heard anyone try 'em on the RDX, tho..

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FOR SALE>>>>


Rdx come with: spring set
2.4 mm chassis (on the car)
spool, extra spool, extra diff, steering knuckles, up graded axles,2 bodies, extra weights
2.9 mm chassis
new bearings ( also old bearings)
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other spares..................................435.00 free shipping in the usa.


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the RDX is setup for, and comes with the short arms, although the long will work as well. if i remember right from Cuda days, the longer arms make the car seem lazy, and most always prefer the short. never heard anyone try 'em on the RDX, tho..

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Nice one,It comes with short whishbones as kit standard then?

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WHats a good gearing for 19t Chameleon 2 for foam carpet, 58mm tires, stock 78t spur?
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21t or 22t

it is a big wide open track or short tigth track??
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Nice one,It comes with short whishbones as kit standard then?

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yup... all the kits have shorties, and Jeff might correct me, but i think they have been coming with the 75% graphite ones... but dont quote me on that one!
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Got my kit today,bit tite on the electric side of fings!

How did you fit it all in! Any pictures?

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Got my kit today,bit tite on the electric side of fings! How did you fit it all in! Any pictures?
Bit tight is an understatement... but it all fits. I run larger electronics, too. My PT is trimmed and servo taped to the bottom of the steering servo, too.
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Bit tight is an understatement... but it all fits. I run larger electronics, too. My PT is trimmed and servo taped to the bottom of the steering servo, too.

Have you had any problems with the PT getting picked up by the transponder system with it between the servo and the graphite chassis?
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