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Old 09-25-2006, 07:16 AM   #9136
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Thanks Robfo, do anyone else have a set up for wet race. thanks.
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Old 09-25-2006, 01:31 PM   #9137
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Ollie, how come you're not in Vegas?
Because i have to work and have some races here in Belgium
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Old 09-25-2006, 01:35 PM   #9138
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I have a strange issue that raises two questions.

After getting the car built, I noticed that something had changed once all of the chassis and bumper bits were screwed on. The front diff has a nasty wobble in it. I have rebuilt it a few times (and it has never been run). The wobble is bad enough that the belt chatters since the teeth are catching the side.

The docs are a little sparse when it comes to the front diff (unless I complete missing something):

1. Is the long half supposed to be on the left or right side?
2. Has anyone else had a problem with a wobble - if so, did you manage to fix it and how?

-Rich
The prob with the wobble is that your trust bearing is broken or isn't completely straight in the outdrive! thats the most important thign about an RDX diff!

Goodluck!

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Old 09-25-2006, 01:35 PM   #9139
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jeff brown you have pm!!1

thanks!
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Old 09-25-2006, 01:37 PM   #9140
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Hello, i would like your help for a set up for a wet race, i will use pit shumizu tires. What set up should i use for the rdx, i have the chassi 2,4cm normal, 2,4cm world champion collegno, and 3cm normal, and upper deck? And about the insert, and wheel. Thanks very much.
The same set up only a little more droop and the wheels and tires are soft wheels and jb foam bleu thin!

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Old 09-25-2006, 02:39 PM   #9141
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Have you tried it out yet?
Yea I tried it out this weekend a Florida State Race and I was impressed. The car was a little easier to drive, but I can't really say it gave me more actual steering since it was on a track I've never been to and I was running a completely different setup. But overall I think it is worth it.
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Old 09-25-2006, 02:40 PM   #9142
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congrats to all the corally crew that made amains at the iic in vegas
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Old 09-25-2006, 02:48 PM   #9143
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T1/Ollie : Thanks for the information. I will take a look at both of those things tonight.
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Old 09-25-2006, 08:01 PM   #9144
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I need some help finding the washers that go with the screws for the hinge pin blocks... my manual shows part no. 1235 and that doesn't seem to be a good number at Corallyusa or stormers... I need to pick up some spares since I lost one after not using loctite to secure that screw... I also need to be able to mail order since there is no local support for the car. Thanks
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http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXDSD4&P=7

You can use these type washers. Thats what I did and I have had no problmes. I technically used the crc purple ones, but that was just to match another color on my car. You can also add them above the steering posts for some color. I also used matching nylon lock nuts to attach the shocks to the tower. Bling it on my friend.
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congrats to all the corally crew that made amains at the iic in vegas
Congrats to you on your win.
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I just got mine today, and I live in the US. Yea it's pretty much a bolt on. All you have to do is use the left side bell crank and relocate one of the ball studs so they are both side by side, and then flip the bell crank post upside down so it screws into the topdeck rather than the chassis.
Hi guys just got my next top brace and was wondering if anyone had trouble with the front belt rubbing on the screw on the bottom of the bell crank ? I put mine on and it seems to be rubbing is this a problem or have I put it on wrong?? Thanks
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The prob with the wobble is that your trust bearing is broken or isn't completely straight in the outdrive! thats the most important thign about an RDX diff!

Goodluck!

greetings Ollie
looking down at the diff screw on a built diff it looks like the screw doesnt stay central in the diff half. They move up and around as you rotate the diff, I'd of expected it to stay bang in the centre, is this what happens or is there something wrong
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looking down at the diff screw on a built diff it looks like the screw doesnt stay central in the diff half. They move up and around as you rotate the diff, I'd of expected it to stay bang in the centre, is this what happens or is there something wrong
Yeah thats the problem,
You're trust bearing is broken or its not straight in the outdrive!

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I need some help finding the washers that go with the screws for the hinge pin blocks... my manual shows part no. 1235 and that doesn't seem to be a good number at Corallyusa or stormers... I need to pick up some spares since I lost one after not using loctite to secure that screw... I also need to be able to mail order since there is no local support for the car. Thanks
COR1235 is an active number... it's listed as cone washers on their site under the parts list for the RDX. You can actually order right from Corally USA with that number and get what you are looking for ... or if you are local to the GTA, try FastCats - they can order from Corally USA for you.
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