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Old 10-25-2005, 02:24 PM   #3871
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Old 10-25-2005, 02:25 PM   #3872
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I've been really busy just haven't had time to get back with you. I will though.

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Old 10-25-2005, 02:27 PM   #3873
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I've been really busy just haven't had time to get back with you. I will though.

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I figured you are busy with getting things ready for this weekend! Its all good!
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So, how many people will be wheeling the RDX at the Halloween Classic this weekend?
I'll be breaki... I mean wheeling mine in mod at the classic. Hopefully I can find lots of steering blocks, they seem to be my enemy when I run mod .
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Old 10-25-2005, 02:51 PM   #3875
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Question for anybody...I have some short arms in my partsbox that have no markings on them. I can't remember if these were the original arms or not, but my question is, what compound are they? Hard? Soft? Medium? Anybody?
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Old 10-25-2005, 02:55 PM   #3876
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Well....... in my boredom a bit today. I made a comparison chart for the 3 kits so you can easier compare them. If you think anything should be added let me know.

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is there a performance difference in the white and black pulleys ? and what spur should be run for stock racing ?
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I'll be breaki... I mean wheeling mine in mod at the classic. Hopefully I can find lots of steering blocks, they seem to be my enemy when I run mod .
I'm running mod too.... should be fun!
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is there a performance difference in the white and black pulleys ? and what spur should be run for stock racing ?
The white pulleys are machined and one piece. The teeth on the white pulleys are a closer fit to the belt teeth pitch since being machined. Not a major difference as we have seen Team Drivers still using the black pulleys.

The white pulleys retail for $18 each.

Most drivers I think swap to 64 pitch for stock and 19T for the easier adjustments on a one tooth jump. If you stick with 48 pitch and intend to use a rear swaybar you will have to use a 78 tooth or smaller.
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Old 10-25-2005, 03:50 PM   #3880
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Question for anybody...I have some short arms in my partsbox that have no markings on them. I can't remember if these were the original arms or not, but my question is, what compound are they? Hard? Soft? Medium? Anybody?

Someone correct me if I am wrong, but I believe unmarked arms are 50% hardness.
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Someone correct me if I am wrong, but I believe unmarked arms are 50% hardness.
They are 20% soft arms.......... the 50's and 75's are marked in the arms.

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Old 10-25-2005, 04:01 PM   #3882
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Hey Jeff, how long have the 50% arms been marked? I have a set of 50% arms with no markings on them.
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The white pulleys are machined and one piece. The teeth on the white pulleys are a closer fit to the belt teeth pitch since being machined. Not a major difference as we have seen Team Drivers still using the black pulleys.

The white pulleys retail for $18 each.

Most drivers I think swap to 64 pitch for stock and 19T for the easier adjustments on a one tooth jump. If you stick with 48 pitch and intend to use a rear swaybar you will have to use a 78 tooth or smaller.


i am running 64 pitch and i was just wondering how big you can go with the spur gear size in the rdx i am currently running a 108
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only 104t if you want to run a rear roll bar!

Xenon spur fits a treat! and is white to match them lovley pulleys!
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Old 10-25-2005, 04:36 PM   #3885
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I personally lover running RW 104t spurs, they are thin, strong and straight.

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