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Old 10-10-2011, 11:00 AM   #46
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Good spot on the diff holders now being on end , i missed that
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The car looks good, but I wish they would have gone the same direction as the other touring car top deck designs. Also you still can not adjust the belt tension with the diff bearing holders like you can on all other cars. I like the new camber link mounts and sway bar holders. Will be interesting to see how the car does this upcoming season.
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maybe there will be an later update with an long topdeck? for the belt tension come belt tensioners.. but with the diff would be easier..
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The pics of the car you are seeing is a prototype. The actual production car is going to have a change made in the rear top deck/motor mount area. We are not sure what those exact changes are. As far as the long top deck - the rear carbon body post mounts also connect the layshaft mounts to the rear bulheads. This body post mount also connects the left and right rear bulkheads. There is some possibilities for even more flex in the rear of the car with adjustments made to this mount.
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So as I understand is that the car has more flex than the phi'09?
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So as I understand is that the car has more flex than the phi'09?
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And is that an good thing for stock class (ets format 13.5 non boosted ) or not? and for modified? do you have more info about the flex? cause the phi'09 had allmost no flex..?
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And is that an good thing for stock class (ets format 13.5 non boosted ) or not? and for modified? do you have more info about the flex? cause the phi'09 had allmost no flex..?
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You can't say which flex level is good for which class -.-

This depends on a lot of tacts including the track condition etc.

As you already asked on site 1 - if this is your "logical step", that a car with high flex is good for stock classes, why you are not driving a TB-03 - or - Sakura Zero S

The only thing that i can say about the current corally prototype is that this car is a lot softer then the most other cars (TCX, 417, S411, BD5 etc.) - and that the motor mount in the first prototype was to soft, because you finish all your spur gears after one run

The PHI ī09 have no flex - and the HMX have to much flex, i think (First Prototype)

As you can see, the Photon EX went over to a higher overall stiffnes, too. ... Should be the right way
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Pre-production kit lands in the UK

http://www.corally.co.uk/
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Looks Good!! can't wait to get mine!
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That's nice but when do we get here in the US can't wait to get mine
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That's nice but when do we get here in the US can't wait to get mine
The HMX should be in stock at Corally USA by the end of next week.
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The HMX should be in stock at Corally USA by the end of next week.
Cool. I will be ordering one up from Eric at The Track and you can give me some tip's on building it, thanks for letting me see at IIC las Vegas
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Are they any changes from the prototype? The rear end looks real flexy, I hope they have done some changes there. And I really hope that you can fit gear diffs like I have on my 09. It have really been a big improvement on the lap times. You canīt be competitive with a ball diff in mod.
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