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Old 01-31-2007, 09:33 AM   #10171
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I needed some of that luck at the IIC so my motoor would stop moving.
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Old 01-31-2007, 09:41 AM   #10172
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I've been running my asphalt RDX that I bought 3 years ago with 3300 batteries. I haven't switch until recently to the 4200 and they don't fit. Is there a specific or updated chassis? What's the part number so I order the right one and will you need a top plate to go with it?
For now you can dremel the battery posts and shim them up off the chassis a bit. Then the 4200's will fit fine. The only chassis available at the moment is the COMP SPEC chassis, 79337B. Unless you get a 4mm chassis off Stormer Hobbies site.

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Old 01-31-2007, 10:11 AM   #10173
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Thanks Johnny and Jeff on the info about the chassis for the 4200.

I replaced my chassis last night with a newer one that I bought a couple of months ago but its not the competition spec version. Will this chassis work for asphault and carpet? I mainly race on asphault but would like to run carpet with rubber tires. Can I just replace the top plate for it to work on carpet?
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Old 01-31-2007, 10:42 AM   #10174
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I know a certain A mainer at the novak in 13.5 rubber that ran the standard chassis and top deck (us spec). *cough*mcgoo*cough*
I imagine at the club level it should work just fine. I like it at least and we are on low to mediaum grip ozite.
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I know a certain A mainer at the novak in 13.5 rubber that ran the standard chassis and top deck (us spec). *cough*mcgoo*cough*
I imagine at the club level it should work just fine. I like it at least and we are on low to mediaum grip ozite.
I'm having okay results with it on foams. The traction never comes up that much at our track, so maybe a little flex is okay. Apparently I'm not good enough to tell the difference yet. I was faster last night than ever with the CSPEC, so that was encouraging.
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Old 02-01-2007, 01:47 PM   #10176
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I'm a retard, what does this mean: "shims under couplers"??????
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Old 02-01-2007, 02:23 PM   #10177
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I'm a retard, what does this mean: "shims under couplers"??????
The couplers that hold the hinge pins front/ rear.. 2 1 mm shims under the front couplers, 1mm shim under the last two couplers in the back for the toe-in. Its all good , not retarted just confusing sometimes..Bitter
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Old 02-01-2007, 02:40 PM   #10178
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The couplers that hold the hinge pins front/ rear.. 2 1 mm shims under the front couplers, 1mm shim under the last two couplers in the back for the toe-in. Its all good , not retarted just confusing sometimes..Bitter
Thanks man, so when they say front suspension, Shims under couplers 2 2

They are just extending the track width by 2mm's per side?
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Thanks man, so when they say front suspension, Shims under couplers 2 2

They are just extending the track width by 2mm's per side?
you got it..I run my car narrow(2) .5mm and(2) 1mm in front and .5mm in the back ,with narrow hexes all around..total width front/rear is 188mm..

narrowing the car makes the car transition left to right better..
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Old 02-01-2007, 08:26 PM   #10180
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New Corally RDX Phi pictures at Toy Fair 2007 has been updated on http://rcforum.co.kr at news section.

Every Toy Fair pictures will be updated for 5 days.
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Old 02-01-2007, 08:47 PM   #10181
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Nice pics.

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Old 02-02-2007, 11:33 AM   #10182
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At the toyfair there are pics of the new phi car as well as parts from the phi car. Do the pics of the parts suggest a conversion kit for current RDX owner to update to a PHI? It seems like a lot of parts if there will be a conversion kit. Is it even practical? Your thoughts....

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I thought that was just more to show what was different on the new car. But I could be wrong.
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Chris Tossolini told me his contract with Corally was up for renewal. Does anybody know if he signed a new contract or not ?
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I heard from a guy who knows a guy who told a guy that he heard from a guy that its a done deal. Hes staying put
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