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Old 05-31-2006, 01:17 PM   #7696
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I have a one-way from an original kit that I haven't really touched until now. Did it come with the steel or aluminum outdrives? Is COR79169 different than the parts that came with the one-way?
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I have a one-way from an original kit that I haven't really touched until now. Did it come with the steel or aluminum outdrives? Is COR79169 different than the parts that came with the one-way?
The original One Way comes with the lightweigt outdrives aluminium so. You need the Steel outdrives from corally or just the outdrives from Xray they are super to!
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Old 05-31-2006, 01:34 PM   #7698
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I'm painfully new with the rubber tire thing, so forgive me for all the silly questions. Do you guys find that with CS27's, you have trouble with the inside of the wheel rubbing on the suspension arms when the wheels are turned? I've noticed a few scuffs, and the car makes a very odd... screeching sound when the wheels are turned.

I'm glad to be trying something new, but after learning so much about foam tire racing the last year and a half, switching to a different style is a bit humbling. And driving with a one-way making me look like a newb on the track too. :-)
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Old 05-31-2006, 01:36 PM   #7699
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The original One Way comes with the lightweigt outdrives aluminium so. You need the Steel outdrives from corally or just the outdrives from Xray they are super to!
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Are the steel outdrives COR79169? I'm sure the XRay ones are great, but I'm wary of mixing things that weren't intended to work together.
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I'm painfully new with the rubber tire thing, so forgive me for all the silly questions. Do you guys find that with CS27's, you have trouble with the inside of the wheel rubbing on the suspension arms when the wheels are turned? I've noticed a few scuffs, and the car makes a very odd... screeching sound when the wheels are turned.

I'm glad to be trying something new, but after learning so much about foam tire racing the last year and a half, switching to a different style is a bit humbling. And driving with a one-way making me look like a newb on the track too. :-)
I shouldn't know where they could touch the arm or somthing else? Have you searched where they touch something?
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Old 05-31-2006, 01:49 PM   #7701
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Are the steel outdrives COR79169? I'm sure the XRay ones are great, but I'm wary of mixing things that weren't intended to work together.
The Xray outdrives are the smoothest really!
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Old 05-31-2006, 01:57 PM   #7702
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That was my thought as well!
We have 2.9mm Topdecks in stock. If it is the link in your signature we do not show a backorder for the topdecks from them.

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Old 05-31-2006, 02:06 PM   #7703
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We have 2.9mm Topdecks in stock. If it is the link in your signature we do not show a backorder for the topdecks from them.

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Jeff the SXT is that better know as Hybrid?
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SXT 2.0 rapes hybrid!!!
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We have 2.9mm Topdecks in stock. If it is the link in your signature we do not show a backorder for the topdecks from them.

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It is the link in my sig. I'll follow-up with them and see what the issue is. I've gotten all the rest of the stuff I ordered so maybe they just left it off.
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Jeff the SXT is that better know as Hybrid?
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Yup, it's really similar to tire tweak but it's better!
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No it is not the same is Hybrid Dip. I bottle and sell 2 of my own traction sauces which is SXT 1.0 and SXT 2.0 for Rubber Tire racing.

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Ohhh I thought he was asking if it was better that hybrid, not also known as hybrid lol. Whoooooops
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2 questions. What the heck is hybred a mix of what? what is the proper application of SRX 2.0 it looks like oil to me.
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2 questions. What the heck is hybred a mix of what? what is the proper application of SRX 2.0 it looks like oil to me.
Well, I think the application of all tire sauces vary. I like to leave SXT 2.0 on for about 30 minutes. The first 20 minutes I like to use tire warmers if available at about 50C. From there you can wipe it down with something like Buggy Grip, SXT 1.0 or your favorite lighter traction sauce. You just need to clean the surface so it is fast from the word go.

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