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Old 10-30-2005, 03:28 AM
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I finally finished installing the electronics, painted, and mounted up the body. Now, its time to go practice at my home carpet track and race.
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Us UK lads dont run foams stegger! lol
Rubbers is where its at over here!
We do over here at the WINTER CLASSIC in Ellesmere port Round 3 on the 6th of november, and on club nights.
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Old 10-31-2005, 05:23 AM
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Yea i heared about that club at Macc Track yesterday,Ste Edwards was telling me! i wonderd why i couldnt do the times he was doin! Turned out he was on 24mm foams!!
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Old 10-31-2005, 06:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Andrew_Carter
Yea i heared about that club at Macc Track yesterday,Ste Edwards was telling me! i wonderd why i couldnt do the times he was doin! Turned out he was on 24mm foams!!
Quite a quick guy he won the winter classic stock class last year, with Dewi coming in second if ever you get chance or anybody else for that matter, get your asses over here. Richard taylor races the JRX in mod and also Dan watson races here, 13 heats at the last meeting. A great day had by all...
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Because I need the big bumper now!

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Old 10-31-2005, 07:15 AM
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Does specialized RC ship internationaly?
Because I need the big bumper now!

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They do, I asked the same question a while ago... Any specialized part no. but no corally part no. Hope this helps.
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I'm looking for the 3x6 bushings for the steering knuckles. Couple places I checked is out of stock. Does anyone know if anyone has them in stock?
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Old 10-31-2005, 08:34 AM
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Thank you stegger!
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Old 10-31-2005, 09:10 AM
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The black plastic nut for the diff that the end of the bolt breaks off into and is next to impossible to get out. I can not find a part number any where for it. Does it come with a different item?
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Old 10-31-2005, 09:16 AM
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The black plastic nut for the diff that the end of the bolt breaks off into and is next to impossible to get out. I can not find a part number any where for it. Does it come with a different item?
Brad, I assume you broke a diff screw???

You can't buy it seperately.... and I posted a way to get the black plastic nut out w/o destroying it...

Here is my post on page 128

Well, I broke one last weekend and whether or not some point in time I cranked it too much with my kungfu grip, that's another story.

Regarding getting the busted diff screw out.... I was on the phone ordering replacements parts for that with Jeff Brown the other day, I told him how I got the black plastic piece out.... and I'll let you guys know now.

If you are smoker, you are set... If not, go find a smoker buddy, borrow his lighter. Put a wrench across the diff 1/2, so you don't burn yourself, use the lighter to heat up the aluminum diff 1/2, the aluminum will expand faster then the plastic, and the black plastic "nut" should pop out fairly easily with some help after a minute or so of "cooking up". Then just spray the hot diff 1/2 with your trusty motor spray to cool off. That's what I did on Saturday when I had to get the busted screw out of the black plastic "nut".

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Dom,

Friday night in practice it broke, the car was so fast in 19t foam. I stayed up Friday night and converted the car to rubber because I could not fix the diff and since I had a one way I went to rubber. I ran stock and 19t rubber, 19T the car was so darn fast that after running stock then two heats later 19T my timing was all off. I will never do that again.
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Originally Posted by abarth
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Does specialized RC ship internationaly?
Because I need the big bumper now!

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Hi abarth.......

Yes we can ship the bumper setup to you in Japan. You can setup an online account for our website. We also ask that you email over your EXACT address as it has to appear on the shipping label to make things easier. Thanks.
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CORALLY RDX WINS HALLOWEEN CLASSIC

Big Congratulations to Keith Billanti for WINNING Stock Touring at the Halloween Classic this past weekend. Jeff Dayger was also able to lock up the TQ position with his RDX. In total there were 4 RDX cars in the Stock Touring A-main. Great Job guys!

Now onto the US Indoor Champs.......
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CORALLY RDX WINS HALLOWEEN CLASSIC
yeah, great job keith. since having picked up the rdx, keith has looked really good. he drove clean all weekend and it paid off. i think the stock-a was made up of the following:

rdx = 40%
fk05 = 40%
jrxs = 10%
mi2 = 10%

great race.

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Originally Posted by stegger
Quite a quick guy he won the winter classic stock class last year, with Dewi coming in second if ever you get chance or anybody else for that matter, get your asses over here. Richard taylor races the JRX in mod and also Dan watson races here, 13 heats at the last meeting. A great day had by all...
Nice one,sounds a good day!

Is it just foams? Or is there a rubber class to?
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