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Old 01-07-2005, 11:27 PM   #436
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I think closing is at six.

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Old 01-07-2005, 11:43 PM   #437
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The reason why there is the option of raising the diff is because on the Assassin when you ran the single belt direct drive car you mounted a large 96 tooth (48p) spur directly to the rear diff and without raising the diff you would not have enough clearance. The RDX and the Assassin still share quite a few parts and the bearing holders are one of them. The bulkheads are not shared between the cars but they are cut the same as far as how the diffs are installed.

On the RDX you should run the diffs low on the car just make sure that the belt doesn't rub on the chassis. I choose to remove a small amount of material from my chassis with a dremel.

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Old 01-08-2005, 12:55 AM   #438
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CorallyUSA,

Can someone at the shop please post (Download) the RDX manual so we can view it online. I built my kit piece by piece, so I don't have access to the printed manual.

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http://international.corally.com/pdf...l-15112004.pdf
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The reason why there is the option of raising the diff is because on the Assassin when you ran the single belt direct drive car you mounted a large 96 tooth (48p) spur directly to the rear diff and without raising the diff you would not have enough clearance. The RDX and the Assassin still share quite a few parts and the bearing holders are one of them. The bulkheads are not shared between the cars but they are cut the same as far as how the diffs are installed.

On the RDX you should run the diffs low on the car just make sure that the belt doesn't rub on the chassis. I choose to remove a small amount of material from my chassis with a dremel.

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Steve, you're totally right about the diff-settings (height).
Indeed the bulkheads differ.
The RDX's are lower for 1.

I keep my belt close to the chassis.
Because that way it won't get a chance for bouncing, If it would want to. The base chassis is quite smooth, so litlle rub here.
Just my point of view.

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Old 01-08-2005, 09:11 PM   #440
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Way to go Chris and Team Corally. TQ 19t and in the show in mod. Heard Chris was on TQ pace and some fade at the end of his run in mod. Bet the carpet corally was working sweet!

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Old 01-08-2005, 09:19 PM   #441
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Dont forget Eric Anderson in stock 13th overall, didnt miss the "A" by much.

RDX is looking pretty sweet everywhere it has run!!!!!!!
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Old 01-09-2005, 07:51 AM   #442
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Here is a link to the RDX Manual....

http://international.corally.com/pdf...l-15112004.pdf


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Old 01-09-2005, 08:50 AM   #443
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RDX Manual is loaded onto www.corallyusa.com

We also made a template you can print out in PDF format to make a Kydex bumper. You can start with a BRP Bumper if you would like or make your own.
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CorallyUSA and Jeff,

Thanks guys, excellent work as always.

Steve

P.S. With Toso's excellent running at the Novak race, will we be seeing a setup sheet posted. Jeff maybe you can keep us updated with your settings when you feel that you come up with something better. Thanks.
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Old 01-09-2005, 01:38 PM   #445
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corallyman..... I am sure we will get Toso's setup from Rob. I am heading to Georgia next weekend to practice for the Snowbird's. I"ll know more after next weekend.

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Old 01-09-2005, 02:41 PM   #446
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JEFF BROWN IS DEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

yo did you guys get those bodies? and hows Dobbs doing at your club race today?
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Old 01-09-2005, 05:13 PM   #447
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Roly..... what bodies?

It was a killer weekend for the RDX.

Tosolini TQ 19T at Novak Race. 3rd in 19T and Top 10 in Mod.

Rob Michael.... still awaiting results but possibly wins Stock Rubber Tire at Novak.

Bandaras TQs and Wins 19T Friday Night at TQ Hobbies, Michael Bruce 2nd

Ben Griffen TQs Stock and Wins last weekend at Speedline

Ben Griffen WINS 19T last weekend at Speedline

Mike Dobbs WINS 19T at Superior Today.

Mark Burt WINS Stock at Superior Today.
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Hello,
I was just wondering when the US Carpet Spec car is going to be available?
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Old 01-09-2005, 05:56 PM   #449
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Hey, Jeff

you forgot that i TQed stock by almost a full lap and lapped everyone but 2nd in the main

i love my rdx it is the fastest car i have ever driven, and i cant wait to put it on the track again
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2 1/8 on-road bodies for Ben
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