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Old 06-27-2006, 11:24 AM   #7951
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...what would you recommend for racing on venus?

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Old 06-27-2006, 11:25 AM   #7952
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What about Uranus...............................
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Old 06-27-2006, 12:06 PM   #7953
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...what would you recommend for racing on venus?
Corally's new "G" hop-up package. G for gravity.

Oh, yeah, and sunscreen too. Maybe a space suit.
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Old 06-27-2006, 12:27 PM   #7954
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What about Uranus...............................
Preparation "H"....!

By the way...... why don't they call hemroids... ASStroids...?
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Old 06-27-2006, 12:28 PM   #7955
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Anybody using the Orion LiPo pack in the RDX? If so, how well does it fit, and does the car require much (if any) modification?
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Old 06-27-2006, 12:48 PM   #7956
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That's the silver square one right? If so, yes, I've ran it. It's a really tight fit but will go. You'll a fist full of weight to balance the car back out.
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Anybody using the Orion LiPo pack in the RDX? If so, how well does it fit, and does the car require much (if any) modification?
It fits pretty well. Its a bit taller then a regular pack so you'll need to be careful not to tighten the battery holder down too much.
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I use Associated shock oil... I used to use trinity, but it really doesn't make a huge difference. Trinity oil is just a little bit thinner than Associated. I just use Associated oil because the label looks cooler . Just remember if you buy shock oil..... make sure they are all from the same brand. Like Brain had said, if you have trinity 35wt and Associated 30 wt.... they could very well be the same viscocity of oil. It just depends on how they rate their oils. So just to be safe, pick and a brand of shock oil and stick with it.

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Hello everyone,

I was rebuilding my RDX and noticed my rear bodypost plate (79407) was cracked. A while ago I read there was an updated bodypost plate with extra holes for positioning the body mounts but I couldn't find a part #. Anybody know?

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I was rebuilding my RDX and noticed my rear bodypost plate (79407) was cracked. A while ago I read there was an updated bodypost plate with extra holes for positioning the body mounts but I couldn't find a part #. Anybody know?

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Pretty sure it's the same part number, they just updated the part (Rear Bodypost Plate)
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Yup, it was a running change. The part number remained the same, you just gte the updated one instead .

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I was rebuilding my RDX and noticed my rear bodypost plate (79407) was cracked. A while ago I read there was an updated bodypost plate with extra holes for positioning the body mounts but I couldn't find a part #. Anybody know?

Cheerz

Same thing happened to mine so... I just made a new one out of some hard black PVC sheeting I bought for making bumpers etc. It turned out pretty good and should be more impact resistant.
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What would be faster?
would a single belt assasin or an RDX be faster with a 540 motor in it.

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Old 06-29-2006, 02:58 PM   #7965
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Guys,I got an asphalt car that I will be running on a new carpat track. What do you sugguest for me to get to make do with the car I have?
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