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Old 01-10-2006, 10:49 AM   #5011
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I just want to appologuise for my last post....
It was very unprofessional of me.
I was just a bit upset at poor sportsmanship.
I am sorry if this has in any way affected you..
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Shookie, you're still alright in my book. Everyone needs to vent now and then.
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Old 01-10-2006, 01:11 PM   #5013
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Anyone know where I can purchase the lay shaft assy. Part#COR79301??
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Old 01-10-2006, 01:28 PM   #5014
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Here...
http://www.corallyusa.com/2005/RDXPartsList.htm
Stormer doesn't have in stock...But they also sell it..
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Old 01-10-2006, 04:15 PM   #5016
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Old 01-10-2006, 09:12 PM   #5017
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Well guys, my first time running the car this weekend and it was beautiful. Handled like a dream but just not driven like one. To make a long story short I have this certain battery pack I try to run and everytime I have run it in my cars it destined to brake any car it is placed in, which has been proven from the cars I have ran before and the other people that have tried it. I ran two other practice packs to which I had no problems with. Then in the first heat I put this pack in (the jinxed pack) and 3/4 into the race broke my car by clipping a pipe. Second heat put in a different pack and finished the race in first. So in the main destined to break this evil cursed battery pack I put it in and didn't even get to make 1/4 of a lap before it got busted from help of others. I was running the plastic steering knuckles when I knew I should've put in my aluminum ones after the first break. Anyway I had nothing but compliments on the car and just wanted to ask has ANYONE EVER had something that jinxed their car so bad LOL? I love the car guys!
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Old 01-10-2006, 09:15 PM   #5018
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I also wanted to thank Ray, Mike and Chris for answering all the questions I had asked them at the Novak race. Believe me I asked alot LOL! You guys are AWESOME!
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Old 01-11-2006, 04:58 AM   #5019
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hello,
jus a quick question...i need to get arms for my rdx and i seen on the corally site that they had short ones..mediun ones..hrad ones,ect...does anyone know which arm i want to use?

also i got some info on here before on how to set my droop with 57 mm tires.
now i have bought new tires they are being taken down to 60 mm....any info on how to best set up droop for 60 mm tires.....you can pm me that would be great or leave message here.either way i could use the info.

thx guys a bunch,
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Old 01-11-2006, 05:12 AM   #5020
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Diff's front and rear

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You're assuming he's running foam there, but I'm not sure about that, from what I recall carpet thrashnall might well be on rubber, in which case one ways are the quickest, and diff the safest AND slowest, spools a good compromise especially when the driver's not used to running one ways.
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Old 01-11-2006, 07:36 AM   #5021
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Any one know where I can watch a video of the Novak race? How about pictures of Tossolini, Cuffs, Daygers cars?
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Any one know where I can watch a video of the Novak race? How about pictures of Tossolini, Cuffs, Daygers cars?

Tosolini's car is pretty easy to spot in the pics... its all red.
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Old 01-11-2006, 09:34 AM   #5023
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jus a quick question...i need to get arms for my rdx and i seen on the corally site that they had short ones..mediun ones..hrad ones,ect...does anyone know which arm i want to use?

thx guys a bunch,
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Almost every one uses the X-Hard that have a 75 molded/punched into them...
They are the most rigid and give me the best results...Hope that helps,
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Old 01-11-2006, 09:43 AM   #5024
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jus a quick question...i need to get arms for my rdx and i seen on the corally site that they had short ones..mediun ones..hrad ones,ect...does anyone know which arm i want to use?

also i got some info on here before on how to set my droop with 57 mm tires.
now i have bought new tires they are being taken down to 60 mm....any info on how to best set up droop for 60 mm tires.....you can pm me that would be great or leave message here.either way i could use the info.

thx guys a bunch,
matt morris
Hi Matt....

The direct replacement for the kit arms is Part No. 791094 which are the 75% X-Hard Short Arms.

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Old 01-11-2006, 11:31 AM   #5025
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Has anyone had an issue with breaking front rims during colisions. I notice that there is very little clearance between the rim (jaco 2 stg) and the knuckles (alum). Anyone tried shimming or other methods to prevent this?
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