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F1 - Corally FSX10 experience???

Old 04-29-2020, 12:12 PM
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is anyone driving a Corally FSX10 car?
I am building mine and did find nothing about it...
Its super light (-30g) compared to Yokomo...

Happy to get any reply from other drivers...

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Old 04-29-2020, 01:40 PM
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Corally has sort of been gone for quite awhile - here in the USA. You'll be on your own for awhile.
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Old 04-29-2020, 07:59 PM
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Hello there

is anyone driving a Corally FSX10 car?
I am building mine and did find nothing about it...
Its super light (-30g) compared to Yokomo...

Happy to get any reply from other drivers...

Regards
STRADE
Please post some pics and or give some feedback on the build. It's very hard to find info on these kits.
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Old 05-04-2020, 02:50 AM
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I have the same problem here in europe finding information.
I have bought a lot of 2 chassis already built, but new with all spring sets etc.

The moment I start working on it, I will post pics.
So far I can only tell everything is very tiny and light.
I have a Yokomo YR10F as reference here (despite some old WRC F-ONE and a VBC Lightning) and that one looks far more robust...

At the moment I am busy with a WRC...

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Check here.
https://www.lindinger.at/en/supplies...t-electric-2wd
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Old 05-10-2020, 03:50 PM
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Hello all

I started today the „rebuild“ of my „to use“ chassis.
generally I like the layout of the car, but the were some troubles.
First of all the car was badly built. Therefore I gad to fix some ussues caused by the previous owner.
BUT there were some issues like easy to lift of side-rod, which is also caused by the super duper tiny lightweigt alu balls 4.2mm....
Then I had to switch the durection of the right upper front arm... the cups are so thin, that the steel ring cuts them somehow - same as the carbon... with patience, edge cutting and care I could safe them...


The springs of the pod do not stay in their holders, so I had to make the radius smaller, so that they „hook“ in and not fall off (screwdriver tip).

Generally my belly tells me, that they just went too extreme everywhere. But the car feels really fast, but does not give confidence of lasting long...

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Sorry, tried to add pictures but I am not allowed to as being to fresh to chat.

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