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Old 02-28-2010, 12:52 PM   #3316
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No not at this time. You could probably use one of the hyperdrive plates that goes under the battery since it now sits directly over the cell slots.

I am working on some beefed up coupler clamps though, tired of bending them.
Did you end up making the beefed up coupler clamps? Got one bent a couple weeks back.
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Old 03-05-2010, 02:28 PM   #3318
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Sorry I missed your question. The machinist is working on them now.

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Did you end up making the beefed up coupler clamps? Got one bent a couple weeks back.
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For those who were interested in the lipo bulkhead kits, they are ready to ship. The kit will include 2 new much improved rear bulkheads. They are made from much better aluminum and the webbing has been thickened to reduce bending. These should be the last bulkheads you will ever need to buy. Along with the bulkheads it includes custom pins to mount the top deck to the top of the front bulheads and a spacer to lower the stearing lever back to the stock location as well as all the hardware you will need. We also have a lipo tray that accepts the corally weights and is adjustable in and out for ballancing. The price will be $150 for the kit and the tray. Without the tray the price is $135. Plus shipping.

Been running the kit all winter and the car has been really good and holds tweek much better than before. Here's some picks of just the kit and installed on the car.
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looks really good...I want one ...so many things to buy...so little money to buy with...LOL
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Old 03-08-2010, 04:38 PM   #3321
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Old 03-08-2010, 07:00 PM   #3322
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Thinking about getting into electric, and the Corally is one I am considering along with the X-Ray.
I have checked the shops around where I live and there is no support for the Corally.
Where would I find a good shop <even on line> where I could buy parts should I buy the Corally
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Old 03-08-2010, 07:31 PM   #3323
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Stormer carries quite a number of Corally parts and what they don't carry you can get directly from www.corallyusa.com
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gotta Phi on the way, not sure of the version. its either an 07 or 08 looking at the time the seller bought it. how can i tell which car it is for sure?
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Old 07-31-2010, 09:04 AM   #3325
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Anyone still running the 07-08 Phi? Picked one up for rubber tire carpetand trying to find out what is needed for reliability tweaks. Allready have the ultimate kydex bumpers and all.
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Anyone still running the 07-08 Phi? Picked one up for rubber tire carpetand trying to find out what is needed for reliability tweaks. Allready have the ultimate kydex bumpers and all.
The 07-08 version is still an excellent rubber tire carpet car. Absolutely get an 08 diff for the rear.

Reliability is not an issue. The softer f/r arms (#5/#30) hold up a lot better than the stiffer ones (#80) and provide a certain amount of flex for rubber on carpet.

I went back and forth with using spools or one-ways for different circumstances. Do you know which you have for the front end?

Still keep finding 07-08 carpet related parts around after selling both of mine. Is there anything you are looking for?

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Hi guys!

Does the new gear diffs fit the Corally 09? If so, which one and what is required to fit one?
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For sale my Spare Corally Phi and various spares.

Car for sale this is my spare car so it requires an alloy steering knuckle to be a runner again. Come with standard kit springs new Phi Diff. Spool has been made from spare diffs parts i had (this spool has been made from spare diiff parts i had and lasted longer than any standard spool i bought for the car). I have also made a slight modification to the chassis so you can use larger capacity lipos. also come with alloy 3degree caster blocks and 64dp spur. Has been used outdoors to has the usual outdoor scratches on the chassis. but other wise in good condition perfect if you want a wet car or car for spares.

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Set of shocks with standard kit springs
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3 used rear belts but still plenty of life in them
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various other bits and pieces like bearings, long and short joint balls, turnbuckles and screws for hubs.

open to offers on all items or will sell as job lot for right price. Payment by paypal gift please. Postage costs dependant on items bought.

Thanks for looking

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The 07-08 version is still an excellent rubber tire carpet car. Absolutely get an 08 diff for the rear.

Reliability is not an issue. The softer f/r arms (#5/#30) hold up a lot better than the stiffer ones (#80) and provide a certain amount of flex for rubber on carpet.

I went back and forth with using spools or one-ways for different circumstances. Do you know which you have for the front end?


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Cool. Car came wth 5 arms all around and a bunch of 35 and 80 arms in a parts box. It has a spool front end and what looks to be a 07 rear diff. I spent a couple of hours last night trying to read the whole thread and saw a diff upgrade for the olders ones that replaces the thust bearing with a 12th scale bearing. I'm going to try that when I teardown tonight. Supposedly the hotsetup on our technical track is a one way.

I'm mostly concerned with durability. I'm probably going to throw in a 21.5 and run a few packs in it untill I get the hang of it then pop in the 17.5.
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Hey guys i have a nice Corally Tool Kit with case FS if anyone is interested

$25 shipped
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