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Old 01-19-2014, 01:05 PM   #436
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Tamiya used the same dcj's for all their cars.
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Old 01-20-2014, 06:20 AM   #437
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Tamiya used the same dcj's for all their cars.
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Is corally dead?
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Old 02-05-2014, 11:49 PM   #439
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Once toso left corally left with him
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Old 02-06-2014, 02:13 AM   #440
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Corally was just bought by an investment group, so will see what happens with that. I think that the HMX does not look good at all and maybe other people feel the same. It is also discouraging having to buy the carbon fiber shock towers which should have been included in the kit. I know that you do not need them, but all the team drivers have them on the their cars and it makes it easier to follow the set-ups. One thing that I always hated was not being able to adjust the belt tension at the diff and using other manufactures parts on the car. The coolest thing they have come out with is their new gear diff, I think this was a great idea and they made it usable on other car as well. I am surprised that no other manufacturer has look at this design.

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Corally was just bought by an investment group, so will see what happens with that. I think that the HMX does not look good at all and maybe other people feel the same. It is also discouraging having to buy the carbon fiber shock towers which should have been included in the kit. I know that you do not need them, but all the team drivers have them on the their cars and it makes it easier to follow the set-ups. One thing that I always hated was not being able to adjust the belt tension at the diff and using other manufactures parts on the car. The coolest thing they have come out with is their new gear diff, I think this was a great idea and they made it usable on other car as well. I am surprised that no other manufacturer has look at this design.

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Hopefully this doesn't lead to a line of Corally branded generic Asian cars like a lot of the other stuff out there. Phi was a really cool car at the time if not a bit fragile in the plastic department. Lost interest in their touring products after that.
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Old 02-14-2014, 08:58 PM   #442
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Is there a cheaper alternative to the corally front spool?
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Can the SGX gear diff be used in any other Touring car other than the HMX?
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Old 03-20-2014, 01:45 PM   #444
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Can the SGX gear diff be used in any other Touring car other than the HMX?
yes, they make a tamiya 37t pulley for it.

The long awaited SGX Gear Differential 37 Teeth Pulley has arrived. With this Pulley you can use the innovative Corally SGX Gear Diff on Tamiya, Hot Bodies, etc...

#79669 SGX Gear Differential 37 Teeth Pulley - incl. 4 pcs M2 x 5 PH (1 pc.)
#79674 SGX Gear Differential incl. 37T Pulley - For Tamiya ao. (1 set)

it won't provide a direct link but its on www.corally.com
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yes, they make a tamiya 37t pulley for it.

The long awaited SGX Gear Differential 37 Teeth Pulley has arrived. With this Pulley you can use the innovative Corally SGX Gear Diff on Tamiya, Hot Bodies, etc...

#79669 SGX Gear Differential 37 Teeth Pulley - incl. 4 pcs M2 x 5 PH (1 pc.)
#79674 SGX Gear Differential incl. 37T Pulley - For Tamiya ao. (1 set)

it won't provide a direct link but its on www.corally.com
Where and when will this items be available for purchase?
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Default corally ?

Were are you corally? Have you givin up yet.
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Anyone try shumacher spec r 36 tooth gear diffs in a hmx?
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The Corally straight cut gear diff is not a new design. I had made one of this same design to experiment for use in slot cars and I think I saw it in the rear axle of a 1/8 nitro rear drive pan car as well. I will have to see if I can find any info on it. Had a friend who had the chassis, wonder if its still sitting in storage somewhere... Anyway, this would have been in the late 70's early 80's.

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Old 09-02-2014, 09:22 PM   #450
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What ever happened to Corally Jack the Gripper TC-2 ?

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