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Old 06-14-2006, 10:51 AM   #7816
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Whats that part about please ?? any part numbers ??
These are the partnumbers of the new arms!

79060 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Front Hard 35 Improved design (1 pc.)
790604 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Front Hard 35 Improved design (4 pcs)
79070 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Rear Hard 35 Improved design (1 pc.)
790704 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Rear Hard 35 Improved design (4 pcs)
79080 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Front X Hard 80 Improved design (1 pc.)
790804 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Front X Hard 80 Improved design (4 pcs)
79090 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Rear X Hard 80 Improved design (1 pc.)
790904 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Rear X Hard 80 Improved design (4 pcs)

This is the partnumber of the new Rear Uprights)

79299 RDX Rear Uprights 'Narrow' 2 holes (1 Pc) - Duraluminium
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Old 06-14-2006, 02:12 PM   #7817
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It seems that everyone is out of the following items...

2.4 topdeck and narrow hexes.

I called abcharles and corally and speedtech...

Does anyone know who has these items in stock?

Thanks

Jamie
Hey Jamie,

Not sure who you spoke with but we have the items in stock you mentioned. The 2.4mm topdecks were out of stock for about a month and just arrived last week while we were at the Nationals. We have always had the Narrow Hexes in stock.

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Old 06-14-2006, 03:24 PM   #7818
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Sorry for the mix up Jeff..I spoke with Jim at abcharles and stated corally was out of stock.

Jamie

I am calling to place order if your still open..Lol.

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Old 06-14-2006, 10:21 PM   #7819
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Any update when the new arms will be back in stock?
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Old 06-14-2006, 10:46 PM   #7820
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We have just recieved more of our 3x8 thrust bearings and are on special. I know some on here were asking so letting you guys know.
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Old 06-15-2006, 12:57 AM   #7821
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Jeff - Are the new arms being packaged yet in the Carpet Spec kit? If not, are there any plans to do that?
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Old 06-15-2006, 01:29 AM   #7822
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I just purchased an RDX for my son. I was very impressed with the design, very heavy duty and strong yet very light weight.

Is there a good carpet setup using the kit onroad car?

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Old 06-15-2006, 04:13 AM   #7823
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These are the partnumbers of the new arms!

79060 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Front Hard 35 Improved design (1 pc.)
790604 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Front Hard 35 Improved design (4 pcs)
79070 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Rear Hard 35 Improved design (1 pc.)
790704 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Rear Hard 35 Improved design (4 pcs)
79080 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Front X Hard 80 Improved design (1 pc.)
790804 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Front X Hard 80 Improved design (4 pcs)
79090 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Rear X Hard 80 Improved design (1 pc.)
790904 RDX CF6 Wishbone, Rear X Hard 80 Improved design (4 pcs)

This is the partnumber of the new Rear Uprights)

79299 RDX Rear Uprights 'Narrow' 2 holes (1 Pc) - Duraluminium
Got it these are what i'd call "rear hubs"
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Old 06-15-2006, 09:15 AM   #7824
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I just purchased an RDX for my son. I was very impressed with the design, very heavy duty and strong yet very light weight.

Is there a good carpet setup using the kit onroad car?

thx
Charles,

Glad to hear you like the car. We're all very fond of it too. Do yourself a favor and grab the bumper from Specialized R/C with the kydex lower plate if you haven't got it already. You can find it here: http://www.corallyusa.com/specializedrc/bumperz.htm.
It's the single most useful thing to have to help keep the car durable.

Setups for the car can be found at Corally USA's site here: http://www.corallyusa.com/2005/setup.htm
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Old 06-15-2006, 12:30 PM   #7825
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I just purchased an RDX for my son. I was very impressed with the design, very heavy duty and strong yet very light weight.

Is there a good carpet setup using the kit onroad car?

thx
This is my setup when i broke the track record with 0.5sec and 5min record with 2 Laps @ our local track!

http://www.freewebs.com/swingmanraci...tup%20MRCZ.xls

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Jeff - Are the new arms being packaged yet in the Carpet Spec kit? If not, are there any plans to do that?
We still have about 50 kits here with the standard arms. I am not sure if Corally will include the new arms in the kits, I am sure eventually they will when there is enough to do so. Right now everyone just wants to buy the arms seperately.

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Old 06-15-2006, 02:32 PM   #7827
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I just purchased an RDX for my son. I was very impressed with the design, very heavy duty and strong yet very light weight.

Is there a good carpet setup using the kit onroad car?

thx
I would check out Jim Herrmann's setup from the Novak Race or Brian McGreevy. They pretty much ran stock cars expect for the low roll center blocks.

http://www.corallyusa.com/2005/setup.htm

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Hey Jeff I see this is in your end of the woods any idea of what up....

http://fastrcworlds.com/2006-RaceFlyer.php
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Hey Jeff I see this is in your end of the woods any idea of what up....

http://fastrcworlds.com/2006-RaceFlyer.php
Right now no one has any information except what is on that website. We are not sure who is even putting it on. We called the Host Hotel to verify it was happening and they knew about it. Not much else known at the time.

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Old 06-15-2006, 05:55 PM   #7830
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Greetings everyone,

I was thinking about rebuilding my rear diff (have had the car over a year but never rebuilt it. didn't need it) I'm sure it has the old diff screw so I pick that up. Any other suggestion on what else I should get?

Thanks for your help.

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