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Old 02-19-2006, 09:52 PM   #5881
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OK version 2 of the editable RDX setup sheet is done ...the "dots" are bigger as well as the weight numbers, should be easier to read than 1st version:

http://www.gearchart.com/index.cfm?f...tsblank&type=1

The one titled "Editable Corally RDX Blank Setup Sheet"
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unfortunately im not able to use that sheet cause my roll center option isnt a choice, o well, very nice though, looks awesome
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unfortunately im not able to use that sheet cause my roll center option isnt a choice, o well, very nice though, looks awesome
What roll center option? you mean the ultra lows? there is a dot under the 1, I guess I could add the text "ultra low" to it, but there is a dot under the "1"
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Old 02-20-2006, 12:40 AM   #5885
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What roll center option? you mean the ultra lows? there is a dot under the 1, I guess I could add the text "ultra low" to it, but there is a dot under the "1"
OK, now the "Ultra Low" option says "Ultra low" next to it.
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Old 02-20-2006, 12:52 AM   #5886
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Hi, can you use the Ultra Low Couplers on Asphalt? Thanks

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Thanks HarshGuy sheets great

NOW !!

For more mid corner steering do i ......

Go for a longer front camber link or Anti squat on the rear first ??

This lack of steering is only apperant on 180deg slow corners in the very middle of the turn on a neutral throttle, rest of the time the cars great

think these are the options i should look at first but if you have diffeent idea's please pass them on ....

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your sheet does look great, i am using the ultra low blocks, but they would be in spot "5" based on the numbering system, and yes i know, its very high. just a suggestion, has anyone seen a set up sheet where there is a place to put if the diff is in the upper or lower position??
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Old 02-20-2006, 07:44 AM   #5889
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your sheet does look great, i am using the ultra low blocks, but they would be in spot "5" based on the numbering system, and yes i know, its very high. just a suggestion, has anyone seen a set up sheet where there is a place to put if the diff is in the upper or lower position??
...so you're using the ultra lows "upside down"?
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yes, in the top row of holes, upside down, and using and old c4 parts on the rear of the front arms to get it up there
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yes, in the top row of holes, upside down, and using and old c4 parts on the rear of the front arms to get it up there
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one photo would make my day...

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yes, in the top row of holes, upside down, and using and old c4 parts on the rear of the front arms to get it up there
WOW ...ok, well the editable sheet won't work for you ;-) ....use the notes section to type out the change
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Hi, can you use the Ultra Low Couplers on Asphalt? Thanks

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You can use them on Asphalt but I would not recommend it. The car will be lazy feeling and roll too much.

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Thanks HarshGuy sheets great

NOW !!

For more mid corner steering do i ......

Go for a longer front camber link or Anti squat on the rear first ??

This lack of steering is only apperant on 180deg slow corners in the very middle of the turn on a neutral throttle, rest of the time the cars great

think these are the options i should look at first but if you have diffeent idea's please pass them on ....

Cheers

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Well, a longer camberlink would lower the roll center a bit and help with steering through the whole corner. I would lean towards that option.

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Old 02-20-2006, 06:46 PM   #5895
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