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Old 12-14-2011, 12:44 AM   #106
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nice that you like it!
I look to read about the test!
and do you have pictures of the car with the 07 shocktowers?
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Old 12-16-2011, 06:20 AM   #107
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Here as I said some better pictures of the car.





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I canīt get the rear shocks long enough for correct droop seetings. Theyīre too short.
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There is comming large ball ends voor de shockshaft soon. I turned the ballend very loose..
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hi anyone knows about retail price?
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Old 12-18-2011, 08:21 AM   #111
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I thought limspeed.nl had it for 459euro?
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Old 12-19-2011, 03:51 AM   #112
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All,

I know of a couple of these kits brand new unbuilt up for sale in the UK. If you want one please inbox. sensible offers only. pictures etc can be supplied.

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I know of a couple of these kits brand new unbuilt up for sale in the UK. If you want one please inbox. sensible offers only. pictures etc can be supplied.

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How have you got these before the UK importer ?
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Old 12-20-2011, 11:10 AM   #114
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How have you got these before the UK importer ?
They come via them but direct from the factory, they sponsor a summer series in the UK and they were the prizes for winning. I have my tools out ready to start building so peps better get in quick if they want it unbuilt. I love building kits

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Old 12-20-2011, 11:13 AM   #115
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Smile Ceramic HMX Bearing Kit

We have just released our ceramic ball bearing kit for the Corally HMX. Only $89.99 with FREE shipping worldwide! Thanks to everyone who requested we make this bearing kit. Hope you enjoy!
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Old 12-20-2011, 12:13 PM   #116
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We have just released our ceramic ball bearing kit for the Corally HMX. Only $89.99 with FREE shipping worldwide! Thanks to everyone who requested we make this bearing kit. Hope you enjoy!
And in the mail almost before I'd ordered.

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They come via them but direct from the factory, they sponsor a summer series in the UK and they were the prizes for winning. I have my tools out ready to start building so peps better get in quick if they want it unbuilt. I love building kits

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Ah the STCC , nice prizes.
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One light car, way below 1350g with steel screws, steel axles and two geardiffs.

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Do you use the tamiya suspension parts?

What geardiffs do you use?
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Do you use the tamiya suspension parts?

What geardiffs do you use?
Yes. I canīt get enough steering throw with Corally parts, the steering knuckles hit the swaybar ball cup. You can dremel the knuckles and ball cup but I donīt think you can get same amount of steering throw as with Tamiya parts. If you are using Corally parts use the 4 degree alu caster block, itīs thinner than the 3 degree plastic = more throw.

I use Spec-R TA05 37t geardiffs. You have to use a 189 mm rear belt with this setup and a 37t front pulley if youīre using a spool. Otherwise you get some overdrive....

If youīre using the geardiffs with the Corally suspension you have to cut off 3mm on the geardiff outdrives and drill the hole a bit to avoid binding. Tamiya driveshafts are shorter so this is not a problem with Tamiya suspension.
You also have to trim one of the geardiff sides otherwise the swaybar alu. mount will interfere. Itīs a bit of work to make it all fit nicely but you canīt compete in modified nowadays with a ball diff....

Corally is coming out with a gear diff soon.
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