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Old 08-15-2006, 04:34 PM   #31
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They have changed the versions to a US edition and a Euro edition.
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Old 08-15-2006, 06:29 PM   #32
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thanks for the update guys.... euro edition for me thanks, go the corally rims!!
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Old 08-15-2006, 06:58 PM   #33
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well any info on the difference or which one to get for carpet racing.
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Old 08-15-2006, 08:31 PM   #34
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as far as i know, the U.S edition can use associated rims, and is a thicker chassis.

The euro version uses the corally rims.

and you will be able to buy a spashett conversion kit later on.

Most/all of this information should be correct
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Old 08-15-2006, 11:04 PM   #35
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Thanks for the update...
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Old 08-16-2006, 03:43 AM   #36
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The Std (Or Euro as you guys refer to) will have the holes on the chassis to mount the AE style front end.

I too am not sure what version to get. On the one hand, i have a box full of corally wheels (big box ) on the other hand i quite fancy running the version that won the worlds. However, i'd rather it with the thinner chassis as i think it would be more suited to the UK/Euro style tracks with odourless adative.

Oh decisions, decisions
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Actually, i've just re read the press release. I think both cars have the normal front end, but both cars have holes for the AE front end. Further investigation required me thinks

Quote from Corally:

Please note that both kits have the chassis prepared for mounting a standard US type front end. This option has also been used by David Spashett on his World’s winning SP12X. We do currently not have further instructions, assembly parts or any other additional information. We are in the process of offering it in the future and you will be informed promptly as soon as things have been finalised.
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Old 08-24-2006, 08:13 PM   #38
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Just to clarify........

There will be two kits, Standard (00066) and US Spec (00067) kits available. The standard kit will use Corally style wheels and the US spec will have adapters included for US style wheels.

Both kits will have titanium screws and ceramic bearings throughout. It will be a fully loaded race option kit, both versions. They will both contain the Corally style revised frontend. Please note the front end has been heavily revised. They will have mounting holes for US style front ends.

Chris Tosolini ran the production car at the Worlds and was stoked about it. He was one of only 4 drivers to run 40 laps at the Worlds track. The other 3 drivers finished 1, 2 and 3.

David did not have the revised frontend parts to fully test before the worlds so he went with what he new. The car is great as I have looked over Toso's car from the World's. It will not disapoint.

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Originally Posted by Jeff Brown
Just to clarify........

There will be two kits, Standard (00066) and US Spec (00067) kits available. The standard kit will use Corally style wheels and the US spec will have adapters included for US style wheels.

Both kits will have titanium screws and ceramic bearings throughout. It will be a fully loaded race option kit, both versions. They will both contain the Corally style revised frontend. Please note the front end has been heavily revised. They will have mounting holes for US style front ends.

Chris Tosolini ran the production car at the Worlds and was stoked about it. He was one of only 4 drivers to run 40 laps at the Worlds track. The other 3 drivers finished 1, 2 and 3.

David did not have the revised frontend parts to fully test before the worlds so he went with what he new. The car is great as I have looked over Toso's car from the World's. It will not disapoint.

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Hey Jeff -

I'm ready! I'll take the US Spec Kit upon arrival. You should still have my original order from last May? Just to clarify... does the US spec also have the Corally Wheels - PLUS the US Wheel adaptors... That's what I'm assuming from your post.

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I'm ready! I'll take the US Spec Kit upon arrival. You should still have my original order from last May? Just to clarify... does the US spec also have the Corally Wheels - PLUS the US Wheel adaptors... That's what I'm assuming from your post.

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No, it will only have US style wheel adapters.

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can not wait!

love the corallys!!
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ok well it sounds great and info on when its coming out already and a price so i can plan how much i need. thank you.
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ok well it sounds great and info on when its coming out already and a price so i can plan how much i need. thank you.
As long as everything stays on schedule, they should ship out to us on September 1st. So we will hopefully see them around the 8th at the earliest. We do not know how many are coming on the first order so you will want to have your Local Shop put one on backorder.

Street price for the car will be in the $250-$265 range. I know it seems high but it is fully loaded. Titanium screws, ceramic bearings, the works.

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Here is the reply I got from Corally about the 12x:
Hi Chris.

the release of both #00066 is on 1st of September. The #00067 will follow
shortly after. The details of both specs are as follows:
#00066 - SP12X

- Front & rear axles & wheel hubs for use with Corally wheels.

- Chassis with lightening cut-outs (2.4 mm graphite).

-The chassis is already prepared with 4 additional holes for mounting the
optional AE front end.

- Traditional Corally center point trackrods

- Fiberglass t-bar (2.0 mm)





#00067 - SP12X 'US SPEC'

- Front & rear axles & wheel hubs for use with universal 'US Style' wheels.

- Extra stiff chassis with no cut-outs (2.4 mm graphite).

- The chassis is already prepared with 4 additional holes for mounting the
optional AE front end.

- Trackrods with 4 balljoints.

- Fiberglass t-bar (2.0 mm)

br



Yoko Ishii

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Good news all round really! All the best, Chris.
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