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Old 02-06-2008, 06:30 AM   #1681
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out of stock, any other ideas?
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Call down to Corally USA...
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Old 02-06-2008, 07:39 PM   #1685
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I understand a shipment came into Superior Hobbies last week from Europe, but the Corally team was at Snowbirds and couldn't update the website. Be persistant.
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I understand a shipment came into Superior Hobbies last week from Europe, but the Corally team was at Snowbirds and couldn't update the website. Be persistant.
The shipment actually comes to Corally USA...But, Superior Hobbies is right there in the same building. LOL

For me, because Superior takes PayPal, I often go there to use surplus funds in that account. Regardless, I get to communicate with either Jeff or Rob at these sites. They know their stuff.
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Default Team Tamale Shock Tower Reinforcements for Phi

Not that the Phi's shock towers are weak; but, Larry at Team Tamale has now modified the original RDX reinforcements to fit the new car. Just ordered some from his website; but, the related picture is not updated yet.

These reinforcements are clean and make it nicer to change ball joint locations on the towers.

Check it out at www.teamtamale.com
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Has Corally made a better thrust bearig yet? Ha anyone tried the step bearing trick? Does it hold up better?
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From my experence with the phi diffs... I've found its not the quality of the thrust, but the fact its kind of out in the open. I take mine apart and clean,regrease, and put it back together using the same parts. I do this after every raceday, and i'm sitll using all the same parts the came with the kit after about a month of racing 3 nights a week.
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i totaly disagree.if you clean the thrust and reassemble after one run its gritty.it is 100% the material the thrust washers are made of.corrally thrust washers are garbage and they need to fix them now! its a high priced kit and shouldnt have major problem like this.
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can you actually fit a 50t pinion on this car with a 98 spur for stock brushless? The largest pinion I've ever owned was 37t, so it's kind of hard to tell if I have enough extra room.
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IF you clean the thrust and relube them they are fine. You just have to clean them really well. Lube the thrust balls up so that there is grease "hanging" over the the washers. This will form a barrier so to speak.


Corally has a "fix" that eliminates the thrust completly.

Get part number COR75926 and one 1/4x3/8 flanged bearing for how many diffs you are using.
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can you actually fit a 50t pinion on this car with a 98 spur for stock brushless? The largest pinion I've ever owned was 37t, so it's kind of hard to tell if I have enough extra room.
Not sure on the 50/98 but I ran a 44/100 Sat. with mine with no problems. I would have gone bigger but 44 was the biggest pinion I had..LOL
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If I spin the diff in my hand it feels a little gritty, but i've never had a diff perfectly smooth.. Put in the car and I can spin my tires in opposit directions and its as smooth as a baby's butt.. I realise cleaning them after every race is a pain the butt, but IMO this car is worth the extra work... For me its not that much work beings I pretty much go through my car completly after every race.
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