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Old 10-04-2006, 06:07 PM   #9286
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I have 2 questions for Jason E.

1. On your 05 IIC set up you used the 3.9 chassis correct? How much difference would there be if using the carpet spec 3.4 chassis.

2. How much difference will there be running a front diff instead of the spool?

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A1: At the IIC I ran the identical setup as Jason with the only difference being the lower chassis, he had the specialized thick chassis and I had the medium 'stock' thickness... both cars were great, I'd have to say that mine was super stuck from the get go and developed a very slight push by the last day... his seemed to just get better and better

A2: We both ran a front 1way, I've only tried a front diff with foamies, but my initial thought would be that it would push coming out of the corners... I've run a spool once (only because I was too lazy to change from my asphault setup) and it was wayyy hard to drive, off power going into a turn it would hook around the inside front tire... no good, hope this helps
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Old 10-04-2006, 06:42 PM   #9287
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I am going to rebuild my shocks for the upcoming carpet season and was wondering if I should put the 1.1 or .9 pistons in right away or should I stay with the 1.3. The carpet is ozite and the track is 50 x 100.

If I go with the 1.1 or the .9 pistons what am I going to want to do with the shock oil and springs. Right now I was going to run Front 33lb, 60wt with the 1.3 and rear 24lb 40wt with the 1.3.

I have also included a picture of my hingepin blocks. Are these the standard or the lower ones. It is somewhat offset which you can see but it is not alot in my opinion. Thanks
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Thx for the info Big Rigg.
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Old 10-05-2006, 03:29 PM   #9290
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That antenna thing is listed as a part for the 12X. I just thought it was interesting that it was for an updated RDX that doesn't seem to be available yet. I'm beginning to think the new/updated kit may be a lot farther along than we realize. Though, I suppose the product shot of it from a month ago made that pretty clear already. Is Corally sitting on an updated car that's ready to go, but waiting until the right time to release it? The mind boggles. :-)
I bet the new car is ready to go.

Just that the right time is allways dificult to get....perhaps X-mas sales with announcement end of this month.

I would bet and I hope

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Old 10-06-2006, 11:28 AM   #9291
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looking for a oneway are there more then one available? Also does it include the pully, on speedtech they list a oneway but it looks to be missing one side of the pully, my car has dual diffs with white one peice pully.

PS whats with corally usa web site? On both my firefox and IE browsers i can load the page but cannot scroll down any pages.
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looking for a oneway are there more then one available? Also does it include the pully, on speedtech they list a oneway but it looks to be missing one side of the pully, my car has dual diffs with white one peice pully.

PS whats with corally usa web site? On both my firefox and IE browsers i can load the page but cannot scroll down any pages.
There is only one one-way available. Part no. 79167. It includes a pulley, and the outdrives. The only other items to purchase are the bearing holders (79198) for the one way and the bearings for the one way (1134).
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Old 10-06-2006, 11:52 AM   #9293
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AH man u gotta be joking! A oneway diff with no oneway bearings? Amazing. I gotta dig around for 3 part numbers to create my oneway diff? Sorry ill stop crying

Located everything but 1134 on speedtech
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AH man u gotta be joking! A oneway diff with no oneway bearings? Amazing. I gotta dig around for 3 part numbers to create my oneway diff? Sorry ill stop crying

Located everything but 1134 on speedtech

Joel-not one way bearings, but different bearings in the bulkheads and different bearing holders. The bearings are bigger than the outdrive bearings on the diffs. On the bright side-they arent expensive.
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o ok, what is the bearing size do u know? Is the 1134 a corally part number?
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o ok, what is the bearing size do u know? Is the 1134 a corally part number?
12x18 bearing and yes thats a Corally part number.
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PS whats with corally usa web site? On both my firefox and IE browsers i can load the page but cannot scroll down any pages.
Hey, In fireforx or IE just right click the entry link and tell it to open in a new window - once its broke out of the original frame the scroll bars seem to work fine.
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Old 10-06-2006, 12:31 PM   #9298
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Thanks that was easy!!
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where is the pictures of the updated RDX located?
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where is the pictures of the updated RDX located?
It was pulled from Corally's site after someone discovered it. Luckily, I'm a ninja.
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