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Old 06-20-2006, 10:12 PM   #7876
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I thought my Corally Springs, Corally Bladders, Corally Pistons, Corally O-rings, Corally everything worked fine at the ROAR Nationals the other week. I had no foam in the bladders, no o-rings, no rebound. I had a single red o-ring on the front shock shafts outside the body. I could be weird though.

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Old 06-20-2006, 10:13 PM   #7877
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ARMS, ARMS ARMS any update on when more of the new arms will be in the USA. I'm down to my last old arm i really dont want to buy anymore.
Minimum of 30 days out.

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Old 06-20-2006, 10:29 PM   #7878
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thx Jeff .
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...I could be weird though.

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Weird fast you be!

And thanks for clarifying the red o-ring placement too.

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Old 06-20-2006, 11:13 PM   #7880
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I thought my Corally Springs, Corally Bladders, Corally Pistons, Corally O-rings, Corally everything worked fine at the ROAR Nationals the other week. I had no foam in the bladders, no o-rings, no rebound. I had a single red o-ring on the front shock shafts outside the body. I could be weird though.

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Damn you are boring!


Must have been the tire sauce.
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Old 06-21-2006, 07:11 AM   #7881
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It is a little foam biscuit that sits on top of the shock bladder.
You said "biscuit"

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Old 06-21-2006, 07:25 AM   #7882
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I thought my Corally Springs, Corally Bladders, Corally Pistons, Corally O-rings, Corally everything worked fine at the ROAR Nationals the other week. I had no foam in the bladders, no o-rings, no rebound. I had a single red o-ring on the front shock shafts outside the body. I could be weird though.

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I was kinda thinkin' the same thing. The car is awesome, I suck.
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Old 06-21-2006, 07:53 AM   #7883
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We need a track BELLA
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Old 06-21-2006, 08:25 AM   #7884
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Damn you are boring!


Must have been the tire sauce.
It is always about the sauce....... Which reminds me. I got new plastic bottles with dauber caps for the SXT 1.0 sauce. No more leaky metal cans.

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I thought my Corally Springs, Corally Bladders, Corally Pistons, Corally O-rings, Corally everything worked fine at the ROAR Nationals the other week. I had no foam in the bladders, no o-rings, no rebound. I had a single red o-ring on the front shock shafts outside the body. I could be weird though.

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now thats funny
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Old 06-21-2006, 03:22 PM   #7886
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It is always about the sauce....... Which reminds me. I got new plastic bottles with dauber caps for the SXT 1.0 sauce. No more leaky metal cans.

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Jeff.. where can i get one of those? i grabbed my (metal) can of SXT last week to use it..and it was EXTREMELY light.. when i looked inside my tool box.. half of it leaked out! awesome traction compound tho.

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Mo, you coming to the Sizzler again this year?
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Jeff.. where can i get one of those? i grabbed my (metal) can of SXT last week to use it..and it was EXTREMELY light.. when i looked inside my tool box.. half of it leaked out! awesome traction compound tho.

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PM me your address. I'll send you some new full bottles.

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PM me your address. I'll send you some new full bottles.

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dialed! sent you a pm. thank you sir.
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Just picked up an RDX and I am looking for a rubber tire setup for SoCal Raceway. It is tight, indoor, high traction asphalt track. Where is a good place to start?
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