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Old 09-06-2008, 05:48 AM   #526
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Does ayone use the corally tyres?
If yes which ones works well? Gold, grey, pink, Dbl pink, purple?

Thanks in advance for your answers.

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For a base setup start with:
Front silver
Rear gold
This combo always has grip.

If it is a high traction track try silver rear as well.
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Old 09-07-2008, 04:14 PM   #527
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Hey guys, I decided to sell my Corally SP12x WC car. Here is the link to the F/S thread
http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...2x-wc-kit.html
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Old 09-07-2008, 06:00 PM   #528
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Hey guy's I have a gearing question Im racing on a 50 X 25 carpet track with a 1.75 rear tire how should i gear a 17.5
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Old 09-07-2008, 06:36 PM   #529
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It will depend on what motor you are using.
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Old 09-07-2008, 06:46 PM   #530
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It will depend on what motor you are using.
Im running these motors

Novak 17.5
Speedpassion 17.5 new roar version
Hacker 17.5
Losi 17.5
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Old 09-08-2008, 03:05 AM   #531
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I know that Corally have tires on 38 US wheels.
Here are the compound they have.
I'd like to know the equivalent with Jaco or Parma or CRC tires

FRONT
Lilac
Magenta
Purple
Double Pink

REAR:
Magenta
Orange
Gold
Grey
Pink
Double pink

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Old 09-08-2008, 06:56 AM   #532
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Noline,

At Vegas, I ran a 74 Spur with a 53 pinion with the Speedpassion motor. The track was much arger than what your describing, so I would recommend using a 50/51 pinion if your going with the Speedpassion.

For the Novak/Hacker motors, I would start with a 40/80 combo and go from there.

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Hello,

I've a Corally 12X WC and Jaco prism tyres...my problem is that the wheel touch the spur.
With old style wheels (no offset) it's ok but prism wheels have a 3mm offset...can you tell me how i can do to fit the Prism wheels on my car.

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Old 09-29-2008, 06:12 PM   #534
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I've a Corally 12X WC and Jaco prism tyres...my problem is that the wheel touch the spur.
With old style wheels (no offset) it's ok but prism wheels have a 3mm offset...can you tell me how i can do to fit the Prism wheels on my car.

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We ran into this and fixed it by running a file on the inside edge of the rear wheel while spinning it on the tire truer. Only needed to take about 1/2 mm off, if that. It was mostly interference from the foam overhanging the wheel, not the wheel itself.
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We ran into this and fixed it by running a file on the inside edge of the rear wheel while spinning it on the tire truer. Only needed to take about 1/2 mm off, if that. It was mostly interference from the foam overhanging the wheel, not the wheel itself.
Hello Larry,

Thanks for the help. I'll do that.
Do you have a good basic setup for carpet???

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Hello Larry,

Thanks for the help. I'll do that.
Do you have a good basic setup for carpet???

Hugo
Sure do, from page 16 of this thread:

These are the changes from Jeff's Snowbirds setup on page 14 of this thread:

Center shock: Silver spring and 30 wt. Assoc. silicone shock oil. (there were no bumps on this track. If this setup is too aggressive or doesn't handle bumps for you, go back to the olive (green) spring, 25 wt. oil, or both)

Dampner Lube: Corally blue. Same comment as center shock, go back to red if necessary.

Tires: No change, except 1.64 fronts and 1.74 rears. We tried 2pink front and rear, 2pink fronts with yellow rear, and lilac fronts/yellow rear. Lilac front/yellow rear was the best (all Jaco tires).

The bite was about medium, so I know these changes will be good with high bite. We'll try even more aggressive settings next time we race on high bite.
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Where can I find a gear adapter so I can run PRS pinion gears.

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Where can I find a gear adapter so I can run PRS pinion gears.

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Default Corally SP12X new user.Help needed

Just purchased a Corally SP12X with Associated front end.
It is built as per kit,front springs weight ??????. Fitted the RS front blocks so smaller tyres can be used.
Every thing else is as per kit, tpiece thick ,Any adjustments mods i should be doing.Set ups etc
Plan to run brushless,10.5 on carpet.
Any help appreciated
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