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Old 02-15-2007, 07:02 PM   #10216
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Front:
6 deg Castor
1.5mm droop above ride height
60 wt ASC / 3 hole Tamiya Pistons
33.5 lb Spring
.5* Toe Out
Lowered Shock Tower
-1.5* Camber
Ultra Low RC
2 deg shims under front
1.5 deg shims under rear
2 hole from outside on top for shocks
inner hole on bottom
Middle-Lower for Camber
Reg Ackerman
Mid Wheelbase
5mm ride height
GF6 35 arms
Parma Indigo

Rear:
2mm droop above ride height
40 wt ASC / 3 Hole Tamiya Pistons
1* toe in
19lbs spring
-1.5* camber
Outer hole on Shock tower for shocks
2nd hole in from outside on rear hubs
Std. Hubs
Upper-Outer Hole for Camber on Shock tower
Ultra Low Roll Centers
Mid wheelbase
Outer hole on bottom for shocks
5mm ride height
GF6 35 arms
Parma Magenta

with a Mohawk Body.
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Old 02-16-2007, 05:03 PM   #10217
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oops mess up... the real post is coming up.
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Old 02-16-2007, 05:39 PM   #10218
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front:

6 degree castor
diff: spool
1mm above ride hieght(droop)
60wt ae/1.3 pistons/26lb springs
0* toe
lowered tower
-1.5* camber
ultra low roll center
2.5 shims under rc blocks
3rd hole in from out-side on top for shocks
outer hole on bottom
outside lower camber position on tower
single bell crank with 2.9mm stock topdeck and extensions on steering blocks
mid wheel base
4.5mm ride hieght
0% arms
jaco 2stage dbl pink

rear:
2mm above ride hieght(droop)
35wt ae/ 1.3 pistons/19lb springs
1* of toe-in
-2* camber
outer hole on top for shocks
out-side on arm for shocks
narrow hubs with hinge pin inside hole on arm/ standard hex hub
upper out-side hole on tower for links
3rd hole out on hubs for shortest possible link
low roll center blocks with 0 shims in front and 1 in rear
short wheel base
5mm ride hieght
cf6 35% arms
equal length bulk head mod in rear/ short top deck
diff in the rear med/loose
jaco 2 stage dbl pinks

protoform dna

i also use the 4mm chassis

here are some pics to look at of my car...
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Old 02-16-2007, 06:59 PM   #10219
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Looks like your life front tire has a cone going on.

Definitely different.
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Old 02-17-2007, 04:40 AM   #10220
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Looks like your life front tire has a cone going on.

Definitely different.
those were just tires that i put on.. they arent actually ones that i use... my tires are always even run to run... i just found these ones under my bench.. if you notice they are all different diameters as well.. lol
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Old 02-17-2007, 09:41 AM   #10221
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Hows that delrin spool holding up? What class(es) do you run it in?
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Old 02-17-2007, 11:45 AM   #10222
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the spool holds up great... i have been running it in stock,19tand mod... either class it holds up.... but the plastic blades on the other hand are a different story..lol
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Old 02-17-2007, 06:05 PM   #10223
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this thread is so quiet now.. lol
Getting oriented to the new Phi.

Otherwise, I cannot tell you how happy I currently am with the rubber carpet setup on my RDX using an LRP Comp 2007 and 13.5 Novak Brushless. Car is perfectly balanced side-to-side with 4200s on the right and offset motor mount, ESC and low profile servo on the left. Dead on for minimum weight too; so, it's 100% legal for our NorCal racing.
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Old 02-17-2007, 06:11 PM   #10224
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Getting oriented to the new Phi.
thats true...lol
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Old 02-17-2007, 06:13 PM   #10225
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it would be nice if later down the road they release diff seal covers for the diffs so that way they would last longer.. i know that people have made some i actually made some my self at one point.. but its just a thought..
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it would be nice if later down the road they release diff seal covers for the diffs so that way they would last longer.. i know that people have made some i actually made some my self at one point.. but its just a thought..
Yes, but it is sooooooo easy to make the covers.

You can get sheets of stick-on die-cut covers from virtually any FastSigns.
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Old 02-17-2007, 06:22 PM   #10227
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yeah.. i was just thinking it would be nice if corally made some specifically for there diff..i mean we can make our own but its not always an exact fit.. if ya know what i mean..
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Old 02-17-2007, 09:34 PM   #10228
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Anyone else having this problem . . .

I am running an RDX with a oneway in a rabber tire carpet class. Everytime I break a front arm the outdrive on the oneway breaks too. I am using the stel black CVD's. I am alos runnig the new 35 arms. I don't break all the time (3 arm/outdrive replacements in the last 3 months)and don't feel the arms are fagile, its just that I don't want to break both at the same time every time. Any ideas to fix this?

ps if anyone wants to know the xray multi-diff outdrives are a direct replacement for the coraly ones. I keep borrowing one from a buddy and then returning ti at the end of the night. Have yet to break one of those so that might be something worth looking into. . .but I'd rather not whore out my car like that )
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Old 02-17-2007, 09:37 PM   #10229
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when i used to run rubber with a one-way when i would break an arm i would only chip th eone-way out-drive....
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:46 PM   #10230
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Are you running any arm-sweep? Are you running the steel blades as well?
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