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Old 11-30-2005, 03:46 PM   #4456
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Is there anyway to get ahold of Dayger's or Cuff's stock tourning car setup's from Cleveland?
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Old 11-30-2005, 03:51 PM   #4457
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By the way, cool news on the lowered shock towers from Corally. Seems like Corally and X-Ray are the only companies giving a lot of love to customers that race foams on carpet.
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Old 11-30-2005, 04:00 PM   #4458
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As soon as they submit them.
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Old 11-30-2005, 04:02 PM   #4459
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COR79278

Looks like Corally is going to offer the aluminum steering blocks with the bushings. Do you think this will replace 79279 eventually?
Did you know that your local Radio Shack Store stocks the replacement bearings for the Aluminum Knuckles? The Bearing Upgrade kit for the original X-Mod is a set of 14, yes I said 14, 3mm x 6mmx 2mm bearings for the low price of $15 bucks. That should keep you in bearings for awhile!
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NOW IN STOCK

RDX One-way Kits - 00166
RDX UK Kits - 00166UK
RDX Carpet Spec Kits - 00167

Knuckle Bushings - 1141
Aluminum Power Cases - 90210, 90215, 90220
HARDENED DIFF BOLTS - 77162
Front Bulkheads - 79204
Shock Towers - 79239
LOWERED SHOCK TOWERS - 79238
NEW Team Corally Logo Sticker Sheet - 90081
K.. im gonna call tomorrow. i need the diff bolts, shock towers, knuckle bushings, etc... holler tomorrow.

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Old 11-30-2005, 05:37 PM   #4461
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Okay, so I just noticed that my rear shock pistons have different hole diameters. How do I fix this? Do I call Corally or do I drill the other and what is the drill bit size?

Anyone know what the car would be doing(handling wise) with different piston sizes in the rear?
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Old 11-30-2005, 05:47 PM   #4462
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What brand of tires does everyone use for foams on carpet. I have always used Jaco but I find the rims fragile (I know don't hit stuff and they won't break ) I was just looking to change it up. Thanks
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Old 11-30-2005, 06:01 PM   #4463
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Okay, so I just noticed that my rear shock pistons have different hole diameters. How do I fix this? Do I call Corally or do I drill the other and what is the drill bit size?

Anyone know what the car would be doing(handling wise) with different piston sizes in the rear?
Well, the rear would feel stiffer. Unless you were running lighter oil in the back compared to the front. Realistically you could just run 10 to 20 wt lighter in the back to keep it balanced. If you want to drill them out then use a No. 54 drill bit. Or something close to 1.3mm.

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Old 11-30-2005, 06:11 PM   #4464
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Well, the rear would feel stiffer. Unless you were running lighter oil in the back compared to the front. Realistically you could just run 10 to 20 wt lighter in the back to keep it balanced. If you want to drill them out then use a No. 54 drill bit. Or something close to 1.3mm.

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Thanks Jeff. I'll pick up a 54 tomorrow. I was running 60wt in the front and 40wt in the rear. Just curious as to what the different hole size in the rear does.
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Thanks Jeff. I'll pick up a 54 tomorrow. I was running 60wt in the front and 40wt in the rear. Just curious as to what the different hole size in the rear does.
Well, it just creates different "pack" on the dampening. The thinner oil will move easier in the smaller holes, but still have pack in the shocks since the holes are smaller. Same but different.

I am assuming you were running the smaller holes in the back. If you had the bigger holes in the back then it would lock it in a lot and make the front end super stiff. I guess I forgot to ask that.

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Some questions about the set-up sheets.
-When it refers to "Upright" what does that mean?
-A "MID" wheelbase adjustment means one black clip on each side of the arm putting it in the "mid" poisition im guessing?
-What are downstops?
-Antisquat? (is this droop?)
-On the arms on the sheet, there are 4 holes, on the car there are three. Is the inside one on the sheet not on the car? Making the inside one on the car the third one in from the outisde on the sheet?
-Between the bulkheads it says "Front", what is this referring to?
-Also, to the left of the shock mount for the front susupension, what it the figure with a 90* angle and "mm" representing?


Some of this stuff I proabably know in different context, but i'm just wondering. Thanks!

-Eric
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Old 11-30-2005, 08:04 PM   #4467
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Some questions about the set-up sheets.
-When it refers to "Upright" what does that mean?
-A "MID" wheelbase adjustment means one black clip on each side of the arm putting it in the "mid" poisition im guessing?
-What are downstops?
-Antisquat? (is this droop?)
-On the arms on the sheet, there are 4 holes, on the car there are three. Is the inside one on the sheet not on the car? Making the inside one on the car the third one in from the outisde on the sheet?
-Between the bulkheads it says "Front", what is this referring to?
-Also, to the left of the shock mount for the front susupension, what it the figure with a 90* angle and "mm" representing?


Some of this stuff I proabably know in different context, but i'm just wondering. Thanks!

-Eric
UPRIGHTS = rear hubs...... they are 0 deg standard and 2 deg optional

MID = one and one on the clips

DOWNSTOPS = the set screws to adjust droop in the arms

ANTISQUAT = angling of the rear hinge pins. the front of the pins is angled upward. The result is more straightline accleration and stability. You will also get more initial steering. Taking away from mid to exit steering.

HOLES = extensions are used on the rear which would be the other "magic 4th hole"

FRONT = referring to the front end direction of the car. You can adjust the hinge pin angles independently to achieve "anti" or "pro" squat on the front and rear.

90* ANGLE = Showing the angle of the kingpin ballstud. Not sure why this is there as it cannot be adjusted. It is on the C-hub.

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Old 11-30-2005, 08:08 PM   #4468
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Jeff,
Save me two low towers and a pack of diff bolts...
I will call in the AM tomorrow...
Can not wait till next years Indoor champs and asphalts champs...CALeeeeFORNeeeeA (govonator voice)....
Talk to later...
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what are the plus's of the short shock towers ? sorry still pretty new to rc
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Old 11-30-2005, 08:11 PM   #4470
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Jeff,
Save me two low towers and a pack of diff bolts...
I will call in the AM tomorrow...
Can not wait till next years Indoor champs and asphalts champs...CALeeeeFORNeeeeA (govonator voice)....
Talk to later...
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Sorry...... we sold out in 2 hours....... You'll have to wait 4 to 6 weeks for more.

J/K. call me in the morning.

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