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Old 02-01-2006, 11:39 AM   #5551
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Anyone know where to find the RDX's diff locknut (#79191). Problem is that it has the same number of the output shaft. Does it come together in a package?
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Old 02-01-2006, 12:27 PM   #5552
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Anyone know where to find the RDX's diff locknut (#79191). Problem is that it has the same number of the output shaft. Does it come together in a package?
I think it's been posted before that if you place an order through Corally USA and request them, they will send you some.
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Old 02-01-2006, 02:35 PM   #5553
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I think it's been posted before that if you place an order through Corally USA and request them, they will send you some.
Yep, my order last week had a few in there (for free). It's not sold as a separate piece, but they'll send 'em to you if you're breaking screws. Be sure to replace your diff screw with the new, stronger one, we haven't heard any cases of those breaking. As for getting the plastic piece out, I believe it was said to heat the aluminum with a lighter so it expands a bit and then tap the plastic piece out after the aluminum is hot, since it should loose up a bit.
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Old 02-01-2006, 02:38 PM   #5554
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I had about a degree of toe out in the front, and removed it before last night's race when I had the car on the setup station. I don't know why I removed it, maybe because it was late, but it was dumb. And man, the car was a real handful to drive last night. It was so twitchy, and no matter how gentle I was with the steering, I was all over the place. Does that small amount of toe in the front really settle the car down that much? I suppose I could dial out some steering, but it wasn't steering too much, really, just reacting too much to small steering input.
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Old 02-01-2006, 03:40 PM   #5555
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Hello guys,

Does somebody now where i can find a setup for stock27 on rubber cs27 tires,high grip carpet? Also if you have some experience with the Corally 27t rebuidable black series it would be great to have some information about gearing,... the motor.

Any help would we welcome.
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Hello guys,

Does somebody now where i can find a setup for stock27 on rubber cs27 tires,high grip carpet? Also if you have some experience with the Corally 27t rebuidable black series it would be great to have some information about gearing,... the motor.

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http://www.corallyusa.com/2005/setups/RDXiicJason.pdf
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Old 02-01-2006, 07:27 PM   #5557
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Thanks for the responses guys... Ill be ordering the screws and outputs soon from CorallyUSA.
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Old 02-02-2006, 05:50 AM   #5558
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Does anybody know how much longer the new SRC lower shock mount extensions are than the stock pieces?
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Old 02-02-2006, 11:25 AM   #5559
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I don't know exactly off-hand as I don't have my car in front of me...but I think it's about 3 mm.
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Old 02-02-2006, 11:30 AM   #5560
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The ones I saw (installed) appeared to be equivalent to one extra hole.
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Thanks Dave! Going to come back out of retirement for the series race in Salem? Ya need an RDX whip to keep up, just FYI

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Thanks Dave! Going to come back out of retirement for the series race in Salem? Ya need an RDX whip to keep up, just FYI

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LOL hey man whats up.. Give me a car - I might be able to throw it in the main - remember I sucked at onroad...
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Sorry if anyone feels betrayed, but I've been over on the T2 thread quite a bit lately. Now I want to thank Corally for not making me deal with all of the crap those guys are going through. ie. toe in, toe out, crooked bulkheads, tweak, no parts. I can honestly say that I have never tweaked my car, and besides a few (5) a-arms in just over a year, I have yet to find any major flaws with the car. I also haven't seen any real world improvement at our track either. The fast guys are still fast, the slow guys are still slow, and I'm still right where I was before. Oh yeah, and thanks for not asking me to buy a new car every year.
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I have a question about my shocks.. This has happened to me with my previous cars before, so thought it was just normal but now I want to ask since these shocks are much better then my previous. When I rebuild them, and fill up with oil they have nice preload.. but then when I stick them on the car and give it just one run, and take them off the car the pre load is gone... I haven't noticed any leak and was wondering if this is normal? Or am I not rebuilding properly? Thanks for any replies..
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