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Old 07-13-2006, 09:15 PM   #8131
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Ditto.

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Sweet. I feel hardcore right now because me and Jeff do something the same way.
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Old 07-13-2006, 09:20 PM   #8132
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Sweet. I feel hardcore right now because me and Jeff do something the same way.
Calm down. J/K.

I feel dead shocks are more consistent. The rebound helps with pack and rebound but personally I think this points out the fact your dampening is off. I could be wacko though.

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Old 07-14-2006, 10:32 AM   #8133
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hey jeff i need ton know if you ahve some new arm in stock??? cause my local hobby shop its back order everytime he order some???

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Old 07-14-2006, 11:34 AM   #8134
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hey jeff i need ton know if you ahve some new arm in stock??? cause my local hobby shop its back order everytime he order some???

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Well, the arms are in short supply due to molding complications. The material did not shrink properly and caused the 5,000 or so pieces of 35 arms to have too small of hinge pin holes. Reaming them just would not be accurate enough so they did not release them to the masses. Instead they have been fixing the problem and should be available shortly.

We will also send you some when you change the spelling to "Corally" in your signature.

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Old 07-14-2006, 12:42 PM   #8135
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Default Carpet Racing

We just had an indoor carpet track opened here. How hard is it to set up for carpet using my current asphault car? Do I just slap some foams on it? LOL... I really don't want to invest alot since carpet tracks in FL don't last too long.
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Old 07-14-2006, 12:56 PM   #8136
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What. you dont think we watch the corally boards too?

Never know I might switch.

I can assure you the track will be here for a while. You guys just have to come race on it.

There is a big difference in owning a track to suppliment your business, and having a track that is here for people to enjoy.

The owner prefers offroad, he put it in to give people in florida a place to run on carpet year round.
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Old 07-14-2006, 12:58 PM   #8137
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If you want to do it cheap, buy the silver spring set, some foams, and try it out.

If you can do it. then chassis, top plate, shock towers and springs. Plus foams.


We run Jacos. double pink/orange double pink.

Oh yeah. might want to get a carpet body

protoform capet stratus, G6

or the body. parma alfa.
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Old 07-14-2006, 01:24 PM   #8138
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kk thnaks and jeff i will change the corraly in my signature lol!!! sorry about this mistake !!
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Old 07-14-2006, 02:07 PM   #8139
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hi everybody, i was just looking at the past threads and it seems that the worlds cars have got different colour springs on them, what springs are they because there not corally ones are they?

are they associated springs?

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Old 07-14-2006, 02:12 PM   #8140
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I think they are Tamiya springs.
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they look like associated springs to me i thought im not sure also i wondered why they were usin them are they better because if so i will buy them instead of corally ones cos i havet yet got any springs for my car apart from standard ones

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wow i dont knwo which spring it is?? cause the tamiya,associted,xray,losi spring fit on the rdx!!
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they look like associated springs to me i thought im not sure also i wondered why they were usin them are they better because if so i will buy them instead of corally ones cos i havet yet got any springs for my car apart from standard ones

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Most drivers carry the HPI and Tamiya springs. They are more linear than the Corally springs. The Tamiya springs will not fit unless you grind the flange off the shock collar and put on Tamiya spring perches.

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Most drivers carry the HPI and Tamiya springs. They are more linear than the Corally springs. The Tamiya springs will not fit unless you grind the flange off the shock collar and put on Tamiya spring perches.

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You can also just flip the shock collar so the flange is pointing up and not down
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So, how do the HPI springs match up to the RDX springs. What color equals (roughly) each silver and black spring? Also, I see they have both 13x25mm springs and 13x27mm springs. Which ones are better to use? I'd guess the shorter, 25mm springs for carpet racing.
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