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Old 12-16-2012, 07:05 AM   #391
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where in the us or canada corally is available !!!
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http://www.superiorhobbies.com/store...1%3A10+ON+ROAD

ask when they are getting stock in...
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Old 12-16-2012, 11:26 AM   #392
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Old 01-12-2013, 07:57 PM   #393
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Just finished building my HMX and will be picking up a pair of the new gear diffs ready for testing the following weekend UK weather permitting of course.
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Old 01-15-2013, 07:40 AM   #394
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Ok just built two of the new design gear diffs and put them on the scales to see what they compare like to the ball diff.

Spool 10g
Gear diff dry 18g
Gear diff oil filled 19g
ball diff 23g
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:47 AM   #395
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Ok just built two of the new design gear diffs and put them on the scales to see what they compare like to the ball diff.

Spool 10g
Gear diff dry 18g
Gear diff oil filled 19g
ball diff 23g

Now you're talking!! So they are really light. Have you compared them with a SpecR or Tamiya unit?
I already have a HMX with two Tamiya diffs but I think I'll buy a second one with the new gear diffs and race my older one in vintage

Please let us know how good they are on the track....
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:14 AM   #396
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They are lighter then a spec-r diff. I think by about 6 grams iirc.
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One advantage of the gear diff is you can fit the pulley to the side instead of the normal position which makes doing the mod to the spur gear holder / layshaft so you can run standard pinions an easy job.

Shame its snowing in the UK so i wont get to track test it for a while.

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Hi Weekend Racer,

How have you modified the lay shaft?

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Hi fellow Corally drivers, Iam a Corally fan and have been for some years , first car is the assassin single belt right through to the hmx. Love the build quality and ease to work on and durability.finally got the new gear diffs but find they are very notchy is there a remedy cheers steven
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After the first run mine freed up alot and was very smooth. You might just have some burs on the metal spur gears.
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Yeah, I got two gear diffs too and mine are a bit notchy. Just a little bit, but definitely there. I'll probably run them in on the bench with some sticky grease and then clean and fill up with oil.
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Thnx guys when I get home from work I'll put the diff in the car and run it on the track cheers steven
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Can you post your set up from last weeks nats?
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We've found the diffs tend to be a bit notchy at first. We like to build them with the red Corally lube, run them once, and then rebuild them. They should be smooth after that.

There's also some new internal gears coming out for the diff that are a bit stronger for guys running mod.
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Anyone looking in getting the new hmx should not think twice. I'm about finished building the new (carpet kit) by far best build I've had in years with Corally. Don't hesitate call CorallyUSA or superior hobbies and get your hands on this kit. Their is going to be a build write up soon to be up on the CorallyUSA.com website so keep a look out on that !
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