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Old 10-12-2005, 09:54 AM   #3661
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Yup I use the AE ones on my car since day one. I havent had any problems yet.

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Old 10-12-2005, 11:58 AM   #3662
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Old 10-12-2005, 02:36 PM   #3663
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So are the Carpet Spec kits out of stock everywhere? Does anyone know where I can get one? Does the difference in chassis between the UK and Carpet kits make a noticable difference?
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Ok... the chassis on ALL RDX kits is 2.9mm, regardless. The upper deck on the carpet kit is 3.4mm. That is the ONLY difference in the kits, and you can buy a 3.4mm top deck if you REALLY think you need it for $24 from Corally. You also get a silver spring kit ($17), but if you run rubber tires, it is useless, so you'd need to buy the black kit anyway.

The UK kit is identical to the Carpet kit, minus the 3.4 upper deck and silver spring kit. Buy the UK kit, add the spring kit of choice, and a Rubberneck front bumper and go race one of the best electric touring cars in the world.
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Old 10-12-2005, 02:50 PM   #3665
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Ok... the chassis on ALL RDX kits is 2.9mm, regardless. The upper deck on the carpet kit is 3.4mm. That is the ONLY difference in the kits, and you can buy a 3.4mm top deck if you REALLY think you need it for $24 from Corally. You also get a silver spring kit ($17), but if you run rubber tires, it is useless, so you'd need to buy the black kit anyway.

The UK kit is identical to the Carpet kit, minus the 3.4 upper deck and silver spring kit. Buy the UK kit, add the spring kit of choice, and a Rubberneck front bumper and go race one of the best electric touring cars in the world.
Apex is 100% correct. It didn't start out this way but the kits have moved more and more alike. We shipped some kits to a few distributors so if your LHS is out then have them start calling their contacts to get them as it is small amounts.

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Old 10-12-2005, 04:15 PM   #3666
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Associated spring retainers work as well. They are a little loose but I have never lost a spring or bound one up.
Yep picked some up and they are a "little loose" but the shock shaft doesn't just slide through the slot like with the Xray and Tamiya ones I had at home to try ...thx!!
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Does anybody know who has front one-ways and the stuff you need to mount it in stock. How about black spring kits. Thanks.
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Does anybody know who has front one-ways and the stuff you need to mount it in stock. How about black spring kits. Thanks.
I would check Superior Hobbies or Stormer Hobbies.

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Old 10-12-2005, 08:55 PM   #3669
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Yep picked some up and they are a "little loose" but the shock shaft doesn't just slide through the slot like with the Xray and Tamiya ones I had at home to try ...thx!!
Schumachers fit. I gave Aaron a set Saturday.
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Old 10-12-2005, 09:18 PM   #3670
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Schumachers fit. I gave Aaron a set Saturday.
I'll check that out next time we meet up, picked up a set of Associated ones and they work good, car #1 is ready to roll, should have car #2 from Speedworld tomorrow.
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Old 10-12-2005, 09:22 PM   #3671
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I'll check that out next time we meet up, picked up a set of Associated ones and they work good, car #1 is ready to roll, should have car #2 from Speedworld tomorrow.
A local friend of mine had AE ones on I believe and the spring slipped over the perch during a main. I think I have Schuey ones on the front of mine. I'm not sure what they are. Grey, flat and super low sitting.

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Old 10-12-2005, 09:52 PM   #3672
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A local friend of mine had AE ones on I believe and the spring slipped over the perch during a main. I think I have Schuey ones on the front of mine. I'm not sure what they are. Grey, flat and super low sitting.

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Wow ..really? I can't see how the spring could go over it ...but I'll check out the Scheuy ones anyhow, they may fit better ...STLNLST, if you let me try a set I'll let you pass me on 1 corner um-kay?
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Old 10-13-2005, 05:09 AM   #3673
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Hi,

I have one tof this speedos and I do race stock (17 turns´) in Austria.

I am looking for setups (the original is to "soft" for stock) for this motor as well as the wire conection diagram from the 3 servo cable to the com1.

I do have the software and the computer but I never saw one data cable or know to which pins of the COM1 they should be addressed.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Old 10-13-2005, 07:02 AM   #3674
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Hi,

I have one tof this speedos and I do race stock (17 turns´) in Austria.

I am looking for setups (the original is to "soft" for stock) for this motor as well as the wire conection diagram from the 3 servo cable to the com1.

I do have the software and the computer but I never saw one data cable or know to which pins of the COM1 they should be addressed.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Pedro
I believe it is repackaged VFS1 Comp from KO, you can order the data link strait from them here..
http://www.shopatron.com/product/pro...052.1057.0.0.0
or get the handheld...but the PC connection is much easier to use..
http://www.shopatron.com/product/pro...052.1057.0.0.0
It will come with the software you need but it is better to down load the newest from KO.
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Old 10-13-2005, 10:31 AM   #3675
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Need a little help...
I am looking for a starting rollout number for a monster stock on a tight medium sized track (25 to 28 laps in 5 min) carpet track with foams.

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