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Old 12-16-2005, 10:27 PM   #4711
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Old 12-16-2005, 11:34 PM   #4712
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Jeff, that is 1.3's all around?
Yes.

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Old 12-16-2005, 11:36 PM   #4713
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I have many questions (LOL), can you brings all the parts and your cars to my house to help me build this car and set it up LOL? I will be running on carpet and I was referring to the lower shock tower. When was the running change made with the pistons? In Cuffs setup for the 2005 Snow Birds it said that he was using stock pitons and in Daygers 3/20/05 Nats setup he was also running stock pistons so I was trying to figure who used what, so on a time line I could possibly make a guess as to which piston they were running. I have the 1.3's in the car right now.
Sure.... buy me a plane ticket and I'll help you out, no problem.

Well, shortly after the Carpet nationals in March. So Cuffs and Dayger ran 0.9mm pistons on those setup sheets. Cuffs ran 1.3mm pistons in Vegas.

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Old 12-17-2005, 07:18 AM   #4714
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Sweet! Thanks Jeff for the help. Are you going to the Novak race? So if you aren't going then let's see here a plane ticket about Jan. 3rd (one-way) would be about the time you would need a ticket . I see Team Corally on the entry list. I think my friend and I might go up to watch on the 6th and 7th.
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Old 12-17-2005, 10:22 AM   #4715
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Sweet! Thanks Jeff for the help. Are you going to the Novak race? So if you aren't going then let's see here a plane ticket about Jan. 3rd (one-way) would be about the time you would need a ticket . I see Team Corally on the entry list. I think my friend and I might go up to watch on the 6th and 7th.
Unfortunately I am missing the Novak race. Next race will be Snowbirds.

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Old 12-17-2005, 10:32 AM   #4716
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does corally have any plans to make the rear shock mount extention piece (the one on the arms) available to the public or do just the fast team guys get the parts to make the car work?? The corally team is turning into the losi team (prototype parts never released and not the full story on the setup sheets)
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Old 12-17-2005, 10:41 AM   #4717
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Just ordered my RDX, should have it right after X-mass, can't wait. I am moving away from X-ray for obvious reasons, and there are a few drivers at my track running the RDX now, and I had a chance to drive a few them and all I can say is WOW

Like I said, can't wait.


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Old 12-17-2005, 10:53 AM   #4718
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does corally have any plans to make the rear shock mount extention piece (the one on the arms) available to the public or do just the fast team guys get the parts to make the car work?? The corally team is turning into the losi team (prototype parts never released and not the full story on the setup sheets)
What are you on about?

That part comes standard in the kit and is also available separately C79248 RDX / ASSASSIN Rear Shock Extension (1 Pr) - Duraluminium

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Old 12-17-2005, 11:08 AM   #4719
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does corally have any plans to make the rear shock mount extention piece (the one on the arms) available to the public or do just the fast team guys get the parts to make the car work?? The corally team is turning into the losi team (prototype parts never released and not the full story on the setup sheets)

i run the standard extensions on my car, and my car has been performing over the last couple races.
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getting a car to turn in stock is a lot different than getting a car to turn in mod.
yes my car works just fine in stock and 19 with all the drag brake. There is a reason chris and ray D. were running them for mod



Pedro.... its a longer piece than standard (but thanks for trying)
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the job of a team driver is to try new stuff too see if it works. if the team does not try new parts how will the next gen car get better. my car is dialed and I dont have the parts.
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Jeff, when using the new lowered shock tower are your camber link (roll center) locations in the same spot as the original shock tower? I heard people drilling them and dropping the old shock tower, but then I was thinking that would change the roll center dramatically. Any info on this would be great! Thanks!
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getting a car to turn in stock is a lot different than getting a car to turn in mod.
yes my car works just fine in stock and 19 with all the drag brake. There is a reason chris and ray D. were running them for mod



Pedro.... its a longer piece than standard (but thanks for trying)
As another member said. They have to test stuff first before releasing it to the public. What if they just realeased it with out testing and then you bought it and the product didn't work? I am sure you wouldn't be happy. Give them a chankce. One thing I have learned over the years is that Corally is one of the best manufactures at listening to their customers needs.
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Jeff, when using the new lowered shock tower are your camber link (roll center) locations in the same spot as the original shock tower? I heard people drilling them and dropping the old shock tower, but then I was thinking that would change the roll center dramatically. Any info on this would be great! Thanks!
The camber locations on the new lowerd tower are in the same location as the stock towers. People that were modifying the stock tower had to lower it by cutting material from the bottom of the tower in effect lowering everything of the tower. The new tower however has material removed from inbetween the camber links and the shock mouting positions so the camber locations remain the same!
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Old 12-17-2005, 07:47 PM   #4725
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Man I need a lowered (not modified) shock tower to get this thing together along with a couple items here within two weeks.
Thanks Koabich!
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