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Old 12-31-2005, 02:23 PM   #4906
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What is the internal tranmission ration for the RDX?
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Old 12-31-2005, 03:50 PM   #4907
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Thanks, one more question. I'm swithching to 64 pitch and was needing opinions as to who makes the better light weight pinions. Right now, I use Robinson Racing.
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Old 12-31-2005, 05:02 PM   #4908
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Thanks, one more question. I'm swithching to 64 pitch and was needing opinions as to who makes the better light weight pinions. Right now, I use Robinson Racing.
Robinson is fine + if the weight of your pinion was a matter of winning or loosing Ide look into them save your cash for hopups for the car trust me
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Old 12-31-2005, 07:48 PM   #4909
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Still gettin' the T2 but with no part support until 2 weeks after the come had to give RDX a second run
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Old 12-31-2005, 08:45 PM   #4910
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Old 12-31-2005, 09:32 PM   #4911
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Still gettin' the T2 but with no part support until 2 weeks after the come had to give RDX a second run
time to hit the club happy new year
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Old 12-31-2005, 09:35 PM   #4912
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Welcome back. Let me know when you're ready to sell this one.
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Old 01-01-2006, 01:32 AM   #4913
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Good Luck to team Corally in 06 !!!!


see ya at the birds !! let's kick this F'er off with a bang !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Teee 2 ................. tooo baddd ..................RDX in 06 !!!





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Old 01-01-2006, 02:26 AM   #4914
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Still gettin' the T2 but with no part support until 2 weeks after the come had to give RDX a second run
Dude ditch that MSX ....... opps .... i mean T2......."



Corally ... maybe add some flex in the suspension
word here by other drivers ... in carpet........... " car breaks to easy"


Jeff,..... gimme to test .........

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Is it possible ??




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Old 01-01-2006, 10:18 AM   #4915
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new to this car so bear with. the little dots on the hinge pin adjustment block? do those go up or down, or a combination of both?
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Are you talking about the bulkhead? I know theres two little dots on the bulkhead, on that is up, one that is down. For carpet, you want to put the hingepin holder on the bottom hole. That is for lower center of gravity, less body roll, better control. Hope that helped.
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new to this car so bear with. the little dots on the hinge pin adjustment block? do those go up or down, or a combination of both?
Generally both down. You can stagger them (one up, one down) if you'd like that. That's how you adjust anti-dive and anti-squat. Putting them both up will raise the arm evenly and change the roll center. If you're running carpet, most people run them in the lowest holes on the bulkhead, and have the small holes pointing down.
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Hey guys, I wonder if you can help. We just started running rubber at our club for the new season, and i'm not sure if my tyres are wearing as they should. The front right tire is wearing extremely on the very inside of the tyre, down to the canvas after 7-8 runs. I run a 9x1 on a tight technical track, there are two flat out 90 degree left hand corners one after the other that I beleive are causing the excessive wear. Does this sound normal for rubbers? My setup is as follows:

Front
5mm ride hight
2mm droop
2 deg caster
0 deg kickup
1deg toe out
-0.5 deg camber
Roll centre 1-1
Camber link top row 2nd hole from left
1.3 pistons, 17Lb spring, 40WT oil.
Shock outer hole on arm, 2nd hole in on tower.
No anti-roll bar.

What to do next?

Any help appreciated

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Old 01-01-2006, 10:26 PM   #4920
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Hey guys, I wonder if you can help. We just started running rubber at our club for the new season, and i'm not sure if my tyres are wearing as they should. The front right tire is wearing extremely on the very inside of the tyre, down to the canvas after 7-8 runs. I run a 9x1 on a tight technical track, there are two flat out 90 degree left hand corners one after the other that I beleive are causing the excessive wear. Does this sound normal for rubbers? My setup is as follows:

Front
5mm ride hight
2mm droop
2 deg caster
0 deg kickup
1deg toe out
-0.5 deg camber
Roll centre 1-1
Camber link top row 2nd hole from left
1.3 pistons, 17Lb spring, 40WT oil.
Shock outer hole on arm, 2nd hole in on tower.
No anti-roll bar.

What to do next?

Any help appreciated

Kev
Are you running the kit ackerman setting?

What tire / insert combo are you using? 1/2 a degree camber doesnt sound like alot for this to be happening??
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