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Old 08-30-2006, 09:11 PM   #8746
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Old 08-30-2006, 09:19 PM   #8747
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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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Old 08-30-2006, 09:25 PM   #8748
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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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Old 08-30-2006, 10:20 PM   #8750
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Old 08-31-2006, 02:10 AM   #8751
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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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Old 08-31-2006, 05:42 AM   #8752
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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?
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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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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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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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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Old 08-31-2006, 06:09 PM   #8758
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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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i will have some of these for guys to buy if you think you might be interested let me know

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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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