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Old 11-18-2005, 08:22 PM   #4351
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BTW, can some one tell me the internal for the RDX, ikts not in the manual. Isn't it 2.0?
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Old 11-18-2005, 08:25 PM   #4352
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I just received a one-way for my RDX Carpet Spec. I think it looks different than what I've seen on other RDX's so I want to be sure I have the right one before I open it. The part numbers are:

79167 - one-way and outdrives
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BTW, can some one tell me the internal for the RDX, ikts not in the manual. Isn't it 2.0?
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Old 11-18-2005, 08:40 PM   #4354
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Old 11-18-2005, 08:40 PM   #4355
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The interal ratio is 2.0 in the car.

Stroker-Those parts will fit, but you also need 12x18 bearings to fit the new bearing holders.
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nope... its 2.0.

for the part #s and pics of the oneway stuff, you might check the website, www.corallyusa.com ... i think they have pix on there to verify. i dont have my manual handy, or id check there as well...

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Thanks guys. I thought 2.5 was way too big.
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Old 11-19-2005, 06:47 AM   #4358
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Guy's what Body post's do you use insted of those annoying screw things.

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HPI makes a perfect replacement.

Make sure to get the 4-40 versions, as the 3mm screws fit right in, and they fit perfect through the front bumper brace. They are a universal long length and get cut to size. They even come with a cool Associated-like pivot/rocker pad for the body to sit on any angle. Part number HPI 6507, about $3.50 a pair. You'll need 2 packages for the entire car.


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Does anyone have a good setup sheet for:

foam / stock on a highbite carpet track?

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Try Jeff Cuff's Setup from the IIC or Jeff Daygers setup on the Corally USA website to start with.

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HPI makes a perfect replacement.

Make sure to get the 4-40 versions, as the 3mm screws fit right in, and they fit perfect through the front bumper brace. They are a universal long length and get cut to size. They even come with a cool Associated-like pivot/rocker pad for the body to sit on any angle. Part number HPI 6507, about $3.50 a pair. You'll need 2 packages for the entire car.


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Opps, sorry, just got done doing a rool-out chart for my TC4...got them mixed up...sorry
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Try Jeff Cuff's Setup from the IIC or Jeff Daygers setup on the Corally USA website to start with.

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Thanks for the tip. Just need a good starting point.
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Default New diff screws

Corally have brought out a new diff screw which is hardened and has a larger shoulder on it for the thrust bearing, hopefully no more snaped diff screw's!!!
Apologies if this already on the forum...
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