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Old 01-27-2006, 12:35 AM   #5416
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This thread needs some levity. All this... sword fighting... sheesh.
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Old 01-27-2006, 08:31 AM   #5417
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What was the motivation for releasing steel CVD's? Do the holes for the pins stretch less by any chance?
Yeah, the holes for the pins are stronger for sure. The bone in general is stronger as well obviously.

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Old 01-27-2006, 08:38 AM   #5418
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What was the motivation for releasing steel CVD's? Do the holes for the pins stretch less by any chance?
If you run a spool you need steel CVD's the aluminum ones can not take the abuse the spool put on them....Plus the plastic blades are useless with a spool...two runs max then they are toast, metel blades and steel CDV's up front and the Aluminum CVD's with metel blades in the rear... Makes for very little maintance.....Just have to keep and eye on the wear of the pins, They wear out like after 35-55 runs...At least that is my avarage...changed them only once so far...Holding up real nice...
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Old 01-27-2006, 08:39 AM   #5419
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Adrian, I think Jeff was even talking about indoor asphalt tracks...

But I know plenty of guys in florida wishing for some carpet to race on, as well
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Old 01-27-2006, 08:55 AM   #5420
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If you run a spool you need steel CVD's the aluminum ones can not take the abuse the spool put on them....Plus the plastic blades are useless with a spool...two runs max then they are toast, metel blades and steel CDV's up front and the Aluminum CVD's with metel blades in the rear... Makes for very little maintance.....Just have to keep and eye on the wear of the pins, They wear out like after 35-55 runs...At least that is my avarage...changed them only once so far...Holding up real nice...
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What are the part numbers for the correct bones and blades for this setup?
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Old 01-27-2006, 09:15 AM   #5421
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Adrian, I think Jeff was even talking about indoor asphalt tracks...

But I know plenty of guys in florida wishing for some carpet to race on, as well
Exactly...... roll out the rug starting in January for the Birds. Indoor asphalt would be nice as well. Practice, rain or shine.

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What are the part numbers for the correct bones and blades for this setup?
SRC79182ST for the steel bones
SRC79189 for the steel blades

The blades are a must. The steel CVD is an option. Either way you have to purchase special CVD bones.

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Old 01-27-2006, 10:27 AM   #5423
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Lightbulb rollout

looking for a ball park rollout for Mod foam 7/8turn tire size 58mm track size 36X80 105 spur that I can change if needed
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looking for a ball park rollout for Mod foam 7/8turn tire size 58mm track size 36X80 105 spur that I can change if needed
Last time I ran a DC7x1 in a rdx I rolled it out 0.72" and I think thats ballpark.
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Last time I ran a DC7x1 in a rdx I rolled it out 0.72" and I think thats ballpark.
Yeah, that would be close. I think we were in the ballpark of 18-20mm in Cleveland with the 7x1 from DC.

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Yeah, that would be close. I think we were in the ballpark of 18-20mm in Cleveland with the 7x1 from DC.

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thanx I never ran MOD my 1st time will be at a Race in St,Louis this weekend Picked up 12 extra arms
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This thread needs some levity. All this... sword fighting... sheesh.

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Old 01-27-2006, 03:35 PM   #5429
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The parts list on the website has been updated with the new items for shopping online.

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I have a few questions, with my RDX UK kit came the white pulley diff's, those are not the lightweight ones? On the team website the kit showed has black diff pulley's..? Are those the light ones? if so, is it a good idea to switch to those.. what difference would it make? And what lube you guys use on your bearings?
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