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Old 04-30-2007, 07:03 PM   #451
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TTT .....................Get ready to start building guys..
saw juan's ride yesterday... looks nice! nice to see so many new TCs coming out. the Reedy race will be one awesome race!
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Old 04-30-2007, 08:40 PM   #452
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saw juan's ride yesterday... looks nice! nice to see so many new TCs coming out. the Reedy race will be one awesome race!
Looking to get the Phi in the winners circle first time out..
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I ran mine for the 1st time Sun. All I can say is...This car is a dream to drive and work on!

This was my first asphalt race of the season. The first few packs had me trying to find a set up. I can say that with only getting a handful of packs the car got better every run. I was pretty close to what I ran on my RDX on asphalt.

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Look at the instructions!

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Old 05-01-2007, 10:16 AM   #454
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I ran mine for the 1st time Sun. All I can say is...This car is a dream to drive and work on!
Nice to hear...but are there PHI's for asphalt racing available? Who has them in stock in Florida?
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**DOES AN ORION 3200 LIPO FIT IN THE PHi????
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Has anyone tried re-anodizing the aluminum parts on the new car yet? Does it effect any of the tolerances at all?
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Has anyone tried re-anodizing the aluminum parts on the new car yet? Does it effect any of the tolerances at all?
it will make it faster ,make sure you use green color!!
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I was just curious if it changed the tolerances at all.
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It usually makes the parts .001" smaller
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It usually makes the parts .001" smaller
Usually, but not always
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**DOES AN ORION 3200 LIPO FIT IN THE PHi????
I guess I'll find out sooon...?
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Nice to hear...but are there PHI's for asphalt racing available? Who has them in stock in Florida?
No one has them in stock yet. Superior Hobbies is the distributor for Corally in the USA and some of the team has been starting to get them in their pre-production kit form. They are the same car as production just missing a couple of parts. It was decided to get the cars in to the team's hands a little early so they could try to get used to it by the Reedy Race even though there are some small parts needed to totally complete the kit. Entire kit for the market should be here in shops in the next couple of weeks.
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No one has them in stock yet. Superior Hobbies is the distributor for Corally in the USA and some of the team has been starting to get them in their pre-production kit form. They are the same car as production just missing a couple of parts. It was decided to get the cars in to the team's hands a little early so they could try to get used to it by the Reedy Race even though there are some small parts needed to totally complete the kit. Entire kit for the market should be here in shops in the next couple of weeks.
Thanks for the info: Concerning the EU/UK kit, why in the world are they putting a one-way in the kit? 99.99% of racers run spools or diffs...Maybe in Asia there are some who still run one-ways...but it seems like Corally should have set it up with front spool instead.
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Thanks for the info: Concerning the EU/UK kit, why in the world are they putting a one-way in the kit? 99.99% of racers run spools or diffs...Maybe in Asia there are some who still run one-ways...but it seems like Corally should have set it up with front spool instead.
Sorry...that may be true there...but in other places "one ways" rule. Different strokes and all of that stuff.....
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Sorry...that may be true there...but in other places "one ways" rule. Different strokes and all of that stuff.....
What I mean is, that the asphalt/outdoor kits, dubbed "EU/UK" kits, are the ones asphalt racers run...most of these drivers run spools- not oneway; it doesnt matter if you live in the UK or USA, the rubber asphalt kits are supposed to or should be catered to the needs of asphalt racers, of which 99.9% run spools now adays...With the carpet kits, those who buy them run on carpet and use double diff set up most of the time. How come they get the double diff, while aspahtl racers have to spend extra money on a spool which should be the set up on asphalt kits to begin with...
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