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Old 08-30-2006, 09:11 PM
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were you running your RDX on the offroad course again...

that looks like it hurt..hope it wasn't during the mains
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half way through the main. Its all good though. I had a great race day with my Team.
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I found some chassis stuff from the worlds where Corally was messing with adding a plate to the chassis for variable stiffness, similar to multi-flex. Not sure where it's at now, but surely linked in one of my posts from a few months ago. It looks like they tested a lot of new things a the worlds. Does seem like it helped them much.

That broken rear hub is surreal. Did you hit a board with the side of your car?
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Hey all,
Im gettign my RDX this weekend and i was just wondering what springs should i buy. Its for a meduim sized tight asphalt track, Im using cs 27s if so should it be xray springs... corally....associated......tamiya etc...
If so what coloured springs should i use eg blue frong green rear...
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Originally Posted by syndr0me
I found some chassis stuff from the worlds where Corally was messing with adding a plate to the chassis for variable stiffness, similar to multi-flex. Not sure where it's at now, but surely linked in one of my posts from a few months ago. It looks like they tested a lot of new things a the worlds. Does seem like it helped them much.

That broken rear hub is surreal. Did you hit a board with the side of your car?
I made an inside pass entering the straight. It was a very tight pass. As we straightened out onto the straight I had about a half car length lead. I could have been me or it could have been the other driver, I don't know, but we got together and I swapped ends. My car rotated into the outside wall. Didn't look very hard at the time; it must have hit just right.
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Bummer, not had the kit that long either! Guess living in the UK means i always get the bum end of the deal!
Is the newer version of the chasis, on which you tape cells in available in the uk yet?.

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Originally Posted by adavison1974
Is the newer version of the chasis, on which you tape cells in available in the uk yet?.

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Dude, i thought you liked your battery strap too much!!!
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Originally Posted by andrewdoherty
ouch!
How did you do that!!! Ive bent ally but never snapped it!
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Dude, i thought you liked your battery strap too much!!!
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Originally Posted by SJP
Best way i have found to get the body post nuts free is to run a knife down two sides of the threaded posts and cut half the thread away.
Nuts are still very secure and it is much more forgiving on your fingers.

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The other side of the corally reamer can be used to twist the twist things off....most of the time. They occasionally are too tight and slip in the handle.
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i will have some of these for guys to buy if you think you might be interested let me know

THEY WILL BE CARBON FIBER NOT ALUM
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Old 08-31-2006, 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by hotwheels1
i will have some of these for guys to buy if you think you might be interested let me know

THEY WILL BE CARBON FIBER NOT ALUM
Good thinking going on there but isnt it a bit excessive?
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What is the function of all the extra material behind the wheels?
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