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Old 03-11-2005, 10:31 PM   #1321
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Where can I buy an assassin or RDX?
www.excelrchobbies.com has them in stock...
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Old 03-11-2005, 11:02 PM   #1322
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I'm thinking about buying an RDX, however I am concerned about the room or the apparent lack of rum to mount anything but the smallest radio gear. Although I have an LRP Comp2 speed control, I like to practice and use my Novak brushless setup. So it looks like it would be too tight to use it,,,without mounting the receiver on the battery strap or somewhere else. Which to me defeats the purpose of of all of the low CG effort that Corally has done to the car.

If anyone can give me their insite or experience on this subject,,, I would appreciate it.
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Old 03-12-2005, 01:17 AM   #1323
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Hi Guys,

It looks like our Corally shipment will be arriving on time Monday/Tuesday of next week. I want to say Thank You to all of you that send me an email giving me feedback and suggestions on what to stock and what to look out for (I took notes ) feel free to send me email anytime at: [email protected] Corally is a new line to me and I want to make sure we are well stocked for the RDX.

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Old 03-12-2005, 08:56 AM   #1324
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Steve - You'll really be pleased to stock the RDX and parts. If you get a chance, build on for yourself....you'll fall in love Fit and finish is amazing
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Old 03-12-2005, 09:05 AM   #1325
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I'm thinking about buying an RDX, however I am concerned about the room or the apparent lack of rum to mount anything but the smallest radio gear. Although I have an LRP Comp2 speed control, I like to practice and use my Novak brushless setup. So it looks like it would be too tight to use it,,,without mounting the receiver on the battery strap or somewhere else. Which to me defeats the purpose of of all of the low CG effort that Corally has done to the car.

If anyone can give me their insite or experience on this subject,,, I would appreciate it.
To make more room a lot of guys will cut the ear closest to the rear of the car off and shoe goo the servo down and only use the one ear. This will give you approx. .25" more room to mount a larger RX or speedo...

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Old 03-12-2005, 09:04 PM   #1326
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So I am in the market for a new car. The carpet nats next weekend will be my last carpet race till October. I will run pavement all summer.

Are there two cars? One for carpet and one for pavement? What are the kit numbers? Is there a kit to change from one to the other?

I saw the care for the first time today, drove it, very impressed.
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Old 03-12-2005, 11:45 PM   #1327
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The Oneway kit is part # 00166
The Standard kit with the diff is # 00166UK
The Carpet spec kit (foam tire use) is # 00167

The first two cars are multi-purpose but the oneway kit is not for use with foam tires. The standard kit would be ok to get you running if you could not get the Carpet spec kit for the nationals. The carpet spec would be your best option at this time.
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So I am in the market for a new car. The carpet nats next weekend will be my last carpet race till October. I will run pavement all summer.

Are there two cars? One for carpet and one for pavement? What are the kit numbers? Is there a kit to change from one to the other?

I saw the care for the first time today, drove it, very impressed.
Yup, he drove my OUT OF BOX carpet spec car, and loved it.....
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I'm interested in getting a Corally RDX. I see a lot of positve comments about the car; compared to other cars you've owned where is it better on the track. Does it corner tighter, have more acceleration, brake better (if even needed) etc.? It doesn't look very maintenace friendly, am I wrong?
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Why get the RDX over the Xray?
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So I am in the market for a new car. The carpet nats next weekend will be my last carpet race till October. I will run pavement all summer.

Are there two cars? One for carpet and one for pavement? What are the kit numbers? Is there a kit to change from one to the other?

I saw the care for the first time today, drove it, very impressed.
what location do you plan on running outdoor?
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Hey guys. We have received another shipment of RDX's here at Excel R/C Hobbies. I will also be listing all of the parts i have received on Monday. The great guys at Corally set me up with a great package of items such as Rubberneck bumpers, Duraluminum steering blocks, Spring sets, CVD bones, Driveshaft blades, etc...

We have been letting our local hot shoe run one of the first RDX's we got in and he is really doing well with it. I drove the car last week and it is very smooth and turns on a dime.
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Old 03-13-2005, 02:26 PM   #1335
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How come the Corally springs are all silver? Makes it hard to tell them apart???
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