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Old 04-16-2003, 10:31 PM   #1291
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Now for the rear pod....... The Damper is like the shock oil on your T/C. It controls Weight transfer from front to rear as well as side to side. Although it is in the rear of the car it effects the front end more than it does the rear since the rear of a pan car does not have independant rear suspension. The rear tires are flat on the ground and the rest of the car rolls around them. Thicker Syrup will keep the car flater, causing less traction (front)and Hard over bumps. Softer syrup will cause more traction (front) and softer over bumps. Your T-Plate is like your spring on your T/C. Thicker = less traction Thinner = more. This is why the new Worlds Edition rear end is soo well liked by us. It gives us more consistancy in dampning as well as seprate adjustments for side to side movement as well as seprate front to rear dampning. Also to remember is whatever you do to one end of the car will effect the other end in the oposite manner. If you add steering you will loose rear grip. If you add rear grip you will loose steering. How is that for vehicle dynamics 101????

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Old 04-17-2003, 07:25 AM   #1292
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Hey anybody know where I can find servo mounts for a Corally SP10?
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Old 04-17-2003, 05:46 PM   #1293
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Here are pics of the single belt set-up.

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Old 04-17-2003, 05:49 PM   #1294
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And this......

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To change from the diffrent drivetrains all you have to do is unbolt the pulley and bolt on the spur gear. The change is very quick and easy. This new kit has it covered. It has been worth the wait

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Old 04-17-2003, 06:06 PM   #1296
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does "its been worth the wait" mean the wait is over? I have been holding my breath for a little while and I am turning slightly blue. Nice pics! You gotta quit teasing us. lol
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No, the wait is not over but it is near!!!!! Corally U.S.A. is taking pre-order info so you can get on a waiting list. This will give us an idea as to how many kits we will need to get to fill the hobby shop shelves. Have your local hobby shop call Corally to get set up to get these new kits!!! They will go fast!!!!!!


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Jeff,

That direct drive dealio looks freaking killer.............. This car is going to be good FOR SURE. No doubt in mind.

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Old 04-21-2003, 08:42 PM   #1299
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The new Assassin is getting some close attention from the competition. Check it out....





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I know that everybody is real excited about the Assassin and all but...


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I will see if we have any in stock at Corally U.S.A. I will post later tonight with the answer. Sorry I missed the question earlier.

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Jeff,

Are you sure you guys dont need a test pilot to dial this thing in on carpet with Foam tires???? hahahaha!!! YOu know-a guy who owns his own track and could drive this bad ASS assin ride every day!!!

WOW-that car looks awesome!!!

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Trackdesigner71, After a little research on your request here is what we came up with.......... The Servo mounts for the SP10 are a little longer than the current servo mounts that we stock. After looking at my old SP10 I have come up with the following solution. Order part number (75493) $6.25 from Corally U.S.A. (407)681-5905. Mount your servo using these posts. Then use a large servo saver with the steering linkage mounted in the top center hole location of the large servo saver. This will achive two things. 1) Lower the weight of the servo closer to the ground. 2) keep the correct angle of the steering linkage from the servo to the wheel hubs. I hope this works out well for you. Let us know how it turns out.

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Jeff,

Check out CORCAR's thread on electric discussion. I posted a question and a request for ya
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Rob,
Replied and working on it

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