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Old 04-26-2007, 01:49 PM   #1
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Default New corally brushless

I seen this on the Corally Japan site, anyone know if this is coming to North America soon?

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could not find any info on it............
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They're coming out with a toaster oven too!!!!

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Actually, I think that is the same as the Orion or GM. Same factory (I'm guessing based on where they usually get their stuff)
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That looks like a Speed Passion Motor to me I highly doubt it is a corally motor!..Its a speedpassion with the stickers peeled off and a corally sticker put on it if u ask me!
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It's interesting that it is not sealed.
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