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Old 02-24-2005, 10:24 AM   #1111
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That sucks, At least you can focus on the important things, like racing and set-up.
I am a very lucky person-I cannot complain too much!! Maybe thats why I am such an optimist-eh?? lol


kabttu-I am not sponsored so I have nothing to hide nor anyone to impress-just thought I'd help. lol

Your not likely to find any parts for this car at your LHS-so its best to get what you need first time around. It wil cost you more upfront-but in the longrun-worth it. Its not a TC3 afterall.
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Old 02-24-2005, 10:42 AM   #1112
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rayhuang,

well, I really appreciate the help!

Yeah, I've noticed that, of course with my current car its the same deal so I'm used to it.
Is stormerhobbies.com the only place to get the RDX online?

Kevin


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kabttu-I am not sponsored so I have nothing to hide nor anyone to impress-just thought I'd help. lol

Your not likely to find any parts for this car at your LHS-so its best to get what you need first time around. It wil cost you more upfront-but in the longrun-worth it. Its not a TC3 afterall.
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Old 02-24-2005, 10:58 AM   #1113
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www.superiorhobbies.com and www.corallyusa.com are your US Importers. Very helpful staff if you call.

Let me stress though-Aluminum steering knuckles lol
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Old 02-24-2005, 11:11 AM   #1114
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Diff Pulleys....... Anyone that purchased a seperate lightweight diff can contact us for a Delrin replacement. You can call or email us. We would like the aluminum ones to be mailed in if possible.

PRS Gears...... I believe the Standard ones are the only ones that fit. Unless someone has acually tried the other ones. The hole pattern has to be 8 hole and close to the center. I don't think the Oval ones are close enough to the center.
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Old 02-24-2005, 11:14 AM   #1115
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Oh man...just when I thought I had it solved...anyone who has one on their RDX? Worst case I guess I just order all 3? Ick.
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Old 02-24-2005, 11:14 AM   #1116
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Default RDX Carpet Spec

Kit will include: 3.0mm chassis, 3.5mm topdeck, 4 deg blocks, COMPLETE silver spring set, X-Hard Suspension arms, double diffs.

Availability: we will receive a short supply in less than 2 weeks for the Carpet Spec. We do have some preorders. We will receive more kits but not before the Carpet Nationals.
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Blake......... I phyically lined up the Standard gear and it is identical to the Corally gear. I can't comment on the Pro-Lites.
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Default Ultra Thick Chassis

Specialized RC will be releasing a 4.0mm milled chassis. These are also in short supply for the first order we are receiving. We should have them by the end of next week. Contact us regarding purchasing them.
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Old 02-24-2005, 11:22 AM   #1119
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Blake......... I phyically lined up the Standard gear and it is identical to the Corally gear. I can't comment on the Pro-Lites.
Your right-the PRS gear I just used as reference is a standard spur. I have the PRS lt. wt oval spur gears at home AND the TC spurs at home too. If you can wait till tomorrow Blake-I'll have definate answer for you. I think they have them at the Gate too (not 104-I checked). If you wanna call my cell tonight-I'll lookn the wall for you. I'll PM you my cell phone.

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Thanks Ray...I will.

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Old 02-24-2005, 11:32 AM   #1121
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Thanks Ray...I will.

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btw-I just bought a Kimbrough 104 off the wall and used it.
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Old 02-24-2005, 11:33 AM   #1122
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Default aluminum pulley

has anyone run the car with the original aluminum pulley?
i know there's a delrin replacement, but what happens with the aluminum one?

does it heat up and lock or something?
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Old 02-24-2005, 11:37 AM   #1123
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the aluminum one just scrubs around the diff rings causeing excess friction, when i put the delrins in i didnt really notice a diference in the diff action, but now the rings arent all polishes looking when i rebuild the diffs
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Old 02-24-2005, 11:40 AM   #1124
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Has anyone tried cutting teeth on the front pulley? Did it provide any noticeable improvments?

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Old 02-24-2005, 11:52 AM   #1125
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rayhuang, I cut the teeth on the front and rear belts and it seemed to free the drive train up some. New track layout so I could not compare lap times. Rear belt ended up breaking (will not do that again)....my next move is to cut the teeth on the pulley.
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