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Old 02-20-2006, 07:47 PM   #5896
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hey guys i need to know the best place to order rdx parts. i need a few things by thursday.
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Old 02-20-2006, 08:34 PM   #5897
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Speedtech R/C, Rain City Raceway, Corally USA Direct, and Stormer Hobbies are all good sources.

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Old 02-20-2006, 11:35 PM   #5898
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thanks korey i'm checking for chase he needs a diff and a bumper mount, and deb is closed today.
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hey guys i need to know the best place to order rdx parts. i need a few things by thursday.
You can also call ab-charles and sones. They're the largest dealer of corally in the northeast. You can click on the link on my signatures for the number.
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Old 02-22-2006, 05:26 PM   #5900
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Old 02-23-2006, 12:18 AM   #5902
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Just wondered has anyone had any success using a different ACKERMANN angle to the Std . ?? I've set mine up with a 44mm center link per the instruction but just wondered if anyone else has found a long/shorter link to work better ??

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I've always liked the standard setup. I've used the inside hole on the steering bellcrank before. It basically made the car feel smoother, and had more high speed steering. The tires just stayed more parallel to each other. I ended up going back to the standard ackerman setup anyways....

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Sorry but change of subject. Today i finally got all of my needed electronics for my car that i haev always wanted. and i wired teh car up, into the receiver, etc. all i can say is wow. this is THE tightest chassis i have ever worked on, but you know what? this is one of the best wiring jobs ive done, and the car is so nice right now, im just happy. the car is really tight compared to other cars that i have wired up, and that is a good thing
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Sorry but change of subject. Today i finally got all of my needed electronics for my car that i haev always wanted. and i wired teh car up, into the receiver, etc. all i can say is wow. this is THE tightest chassis i have ever worked on, but you know what? this is one of the best wiring jobs ive done, and the car is so nice right now, im just happy. the car is really tight compared to other cars that i have wired up, and that is a good thing
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I've always liked the standard setup. I've used the inside hole on the steering bellcrank before. It basically made the car feel smoother, and had more high speed steering. The tires just stayed more parallel to each other. I ended up going back to the standard ackerman setup anyways....

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How'd you manage to use the other hole ?? the diff's in the way on my car !!

The ONLY inboard ankermann adjustment i can see is adjusting the length of the center link per the manual
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How'd you manage to use the other hole ?? the diff's in the way on my car !!

The ONLY inboard ankermann adjustment i can see is adjusting the length of the center link per the manual
I use the inside hole as well with no clearance problems. This might have something to do with running foam tires. To get foam tires not to rub on the shock when using the outside hole on the a-arm, we have to run like 50-60% EPA. Since we do not have complete throw, this may be the reason we do not have clearance issues??? Just a guess however
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I've always liked the standard setup. I've used the inside hole on the steering bellcrank before. It basically made the car feel smoother, and had more high speed steering. The tires just stayed more parallel to each other. I ended up going back to the standard ackerman setup anyways....

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