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Old 03-09-2006, 05:38 AM   #6226
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I spoke to you earlier in the week about the new left side motor mount and I understand they are out of stock.

If I order one online will it be backordered and shipped when it arrives or will you post when they are in stock.

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Old 03-09-2006, 05:53 AM   #6227
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What's a "one line" shock tower?

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Someone help me out here as I am drawing a blank. On the Corally setup sheets for the RDX, what are"Shims under couplers?"

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Old 03-09-2006, 07:56 AM   #6229
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Someone help me out here as I am drawing a blank. On the Corally setup sheets for the RDX, what are"Shims under couplers?"

Thanks in advance!
they space out the arm depending how many are under each coupler, you also would use more on the R R for tow in. you can also add arm sweep with more in the front front than the Front Rear...
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Syndr0me, I'm almost 100% sure that he was using a prototype shock tower that has only one row of camber link holes, but they are in between the top and bottom holes on a normal tower.
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Old 03-09-2006, 08:21 AM   #6231
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I spoke to you earlier in the week about the new left side motor mount and I understand they are out of stock.

If I order one online will it be backordered and shipped when it arrives or will you post when they are in stock.

Thanks

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Both. I will post when they are available and if you place an order it can be backordered and shipped when ready.

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Old 03-09-2006, 08:51 AM   #6232
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I revived some threads in the Corally Products forum. I also opened up some new ones. As you will see from some of the dates on the threads we had been posting new items in there as we did not want to flood the Electric Onroad area. Feel free to post direct questions in the forum below. Thanks guys.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=67

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Old 03-09-2006, 09:34 PM   #6233
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I bet $10 that Javier bought it already! LMAO!
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Now you just have to work on your wire skills to clean up the chassis look.

Man, you dremeled that thing fast. How did that work out?

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Now you just have to work on your wire skills to clean up the chassis look.

Man, you dremeled that thing fast. How did that work out?

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That is clean (for me ) ...actually pretty easy, I used a dremel with the high speed cutter:



And the "Multi purpose cutting kit" to limit the depth it cut at:



Set it to the same depth as the sink for the motor mount and dremeled the part that the motor mount stretches out on, then set it for the depth of the motor clearance and extended that, and viola!
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NICE!! Now offer a service for it. haha.

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hehe ...well one thing I should have done was wore a long sleve shirt and a mask, didn't think about the graphite shavings flying everywhere with that dremel going full speed, last night I felt like I had crawled through an attic full of fiberglass insullation!! ...I'm pretty sure I took about 5 years off my life, but in exchange for that I got the new bulkhead/motor mount, so it's worth it
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i just put my rdx carpet spec together and noticed that there are no shims for the cvd s to take up the slop do you guys shim so no slop ??
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hehe ...well one thing I should have done was wore a long sleve shirt and a mask, didn't think about the graphite shavings flying everywhere with that dremel going full speed, last night I felt like I had crawled through an attic full of fiberglass insullation!! ...I'm pretty sure I took about 5 years off my life, but in exchange for that I got the new bulkhead/motor mount, so it's worth it
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In regards to using the Tamiya 3 hole pistons in the shocks, I'm curious how *big* of a difference it makes, or more to the point *what* difference it makes ...same thing with the extra long rear shock extensions, I tried the non-viagra version of the extensions and they really made a difference, I loved the way they felt compared to no extensions ..at this point any changes I make I can't test till round 1 of practice at the nats .

Also does anyone have some pics of the extra long chingaderas and how they mounted the shocks to them? Using a ball stud and ball cup on mine rubs the rear tires, so I must not be doing something right? Or using the wrong studs, or something!!
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