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Old 11-04-2006, 08:02 AM   #166
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I WOULD LIKE TO BUY A CORRALY 12 X. WHERE CAN I FIND ONE?
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Old 11-04-2006, 08:21 AM   #167
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Hey Rick, are you still in Minnesota? Ya know, we've got a new carpet track opening up in Hampton, MN. Mark O'Brien's opening one up. The RCBarn. Sounds like it's gonna be excellent for 1/12.
As to your question about SP12x, I was just racing with the Midwest chapter of Corally racing, (ie: Mitch Whitteman, Randy Gross) and they didn't even have the new car yet. According to Mitch there's like only a couple in the whole United States. But they still swept up the competition, really swept 'em up. Even Jari with his own conception of his one and only flexi flyer 12. I say, just get a CRC, they're BITCHIN'.
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Old 11-04-2006, 10:34 AM   #169
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Did you use the Corally front end or the CRC front end?

corally front end, i would never put a regular style front end on it, the corally one is just too eye appealing
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I have one & love it! I got mine "hand delivered" from Robby Michaels at the IIC.

Pic of the delivery here: http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r...e/IMG_0153.jpg

Jeff B. told me it was the 1st retail unit sold in the USA!

(Chris Tosolini was the photographer on this one) - Great job Chris!

Thanks Again Robby.... PS: How were the steaks???
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Old 11-06-2006, 06:09 AM   #171
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whats a good 12th scale servo. also want to run corally tires on carpet what should i buy?
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Old 11-06-2006, 07:24 AM   #172
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Went on the website, looks like its not the US Spec kit? Still mentions the clips for holding the wheels. Anyone know the part number for the US SPec kit.

Stormer has part # COR 00066?

Thanks.

Also, does the US Spec kit come with the CRC pro-cut tires? The photo on the corally website looks like it does?
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#00066 is the version with the Corally rims, if you want the US style you need the #00067 kit.
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Us spec doesn't come with any wheels/tyres.

Servo - personally i use a KO 949.

Corally rubber - generally Silver/gold rears - possibly pink but less likely. Silver fronts or silver star if you need something softer.
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Old 11-07-2006, 07:12 AM   #175
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Does anyone know if Corally USA has the US Spec kits in stock. I've asked my LHS to get one for me, with little luck. Stormer is out of stock. Any suggestions.
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Also, what option parts should one order with the kit?
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If you're going with the Corally front end, order some lower-weight springs (if the kit are hard, go for medium) and for either car order a thin(ner) T-piece. Other than that, everything else seems to be OK and very tough.

We use odourless additive (CS High) and we find the softer T-piece better, and the 12L front end better. Follow Spashett's set-up given earlier, and the car simply flies. We're testing with the thicker T-bar now, and the high-speed cornering is simply awesome! Need to get something dialled in to counter the mid-corner tuck in, but that might be lack of grip on a Club night, and not a problem at high-grip situations on a National meeting.

Love the car, just so well made and goes well out of the box.
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If you're going with the Corally front end, order some lower-weight springs (if the kit are hard, go for medium) and for either car order a thin(ner) T-piece. Other than that, everything else seems to be OK and very tough.

We use odourless additive (CS High) and we find the softer T-piece better, and the 12L front end better. Follow Spashett's set-up given earlier, and the car simply flies. We're testing with the thicker T-bar now, and the high-speed cornering is simply awesome! Need to get something dialled in to counter the mid-corner tuck in, but that might be lack of grip on a Club night, and not a problem at high-grip situations on a National meeting.

Love the car, just so well made and goes well out of the box.

I thought the new front end was redisned as a result of David's input. Meaning the ASC front-end is not needed.

Thanks for the option list.
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[ Follow Spashett's set-up given earlier, and the car simply flies.
Love the car, just so well made and goes well out of the box. [/QUOTE]

Which Spashett's set-up given before? The one from SlowerOne? "Pretty much it was...

5 deg blocks, .020" springs, Pro-brace, 41mm tyres

Green spring, 20wt oil, 42mm tyres, thick t-piece, medium side damping.
"

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Old 11-08-2006, 03:44 PM   #180
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Hey Guys,

I updated the CorallyUSA website with the kit info and parts list for shopping by part number. You can check it out RIGHT HERE.

We also received confirmation that the SP12X have shipped from Holland and back orders will be filling the end of next week. Parts will be in stock as well.

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