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Old 05-22-2007, 09:21 PM   #526
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The first time out with my Phi, TQ'd and won at the 27th annual Magic City Carpet Classic in Billings Montana. This is the smoothest car I have ever driven and the ease of maintenance is awesome. The diffs are very well designed and never missed a beat. Awesome job Team Corally.

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Old 05-22-2007, 09:35 PM   #527
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I want to give a big shout out to all Corally guys coming out west..
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Brad Johnson...... Gonna see if the midwest can run with all those east and west coast rubber tire guys
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Dayger ............sorry buddy
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Old 05-23-2007, 04:25 AM   #530
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wow!

had a problem in the new phi regarding bearings. called corally and talked to jeff brown. gang i gotta say this companies customer service is absolutley 2nd to none!
jeff thanks for the friendly service,this is my 1st corally and will not be the last,as i will likely need a 12th scale for winter.
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wow!

had a problem in the new phi regarding bearings. called corally and talked to jeff brown. gang i gotta say this companies customer service is absolutley 2nd to none!
jeff thanks for the friendly service,this is my 1st corally and will not be the last,as i will likely need a 12th scale for winter.
thanks again
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Old 05-23-2007, 06:03 AM   #532
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After I get back from the Med cruise, my Phi should be ready to build.

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Old 05-23-2007, 06:10 AM   #533
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Can anyone tell me if the diffs can be serviced without removing the shocktowers? (kinda like the big marketing point with the new MI3).

Also are there any reviews of this car on foams? Which steering configuration does the car come with and which are most guys using?

Lastly are are the shocks the same as on the RDX? Do they need to have the shocks shafts and shock ends cut?

I have and RDX and love it. What's the street price of the new PHI?
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Old 05-23-2007, 07:29 AM   #534
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Can anyone tell me if the diffs can be serviced without removing the shocktowers? (kinda like the big marketing point with the new MI3).

Also are there any reviews of this car on foams? Which steering configuration does the car come with and which are most guys using?

Lastly are are the shocks the same as on the RDX? Do they need to have the shocks shafts and shock ends cut?

I have and RDX and love it. What's the street price of the new PHI?

-Yes.
-Brad Johnson's set-up is posted on the CorallyUSA web page. The car is every bit as smooth as the RDX, and at the same time the PHI is much more agressive. The car comes with the center-point steering. The car is awesome!
-I did not cut my shock shafts and went together and handled great.
-Street pice is going to vary, our local shop is selling (Selling out of them)them at $485.
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We have one left online. I'm almost done building mine the new Diffs are awesome. One of the best cars I have built..
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Old 05-27-2007, 08:03 PM   #536
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is there a battery strap or do you have to tape packs in???
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is there a battery strap or do you have to tape packs in???
carbon battery strap is in the kit.
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last weekend (yesterday) i had dutch champoinship race on rucphen and i had some really bad luck in the qualifying and only qualified 2nd in the c final.

the problem i had all day: when i went on the throttle the car was twisty and i had to be carefull on the throttle control. (i still did set a nice time for not so controllable car on throttle)

i thought, f*ck it last final i am going try a spool. all problems were gone and with this car i could possibly even qualified a-final when i didnt had any bad luck in qualifying (too long story)

what could be the problem? cause what i think if i go on throttle a one-way works the same way as a spool, or isnt it?
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It happens to me once.

One of the side bearings was defective and the outdrive was slipering when on trothle. The car was very instable. Try to force a little bit the outdrive in the bearings to check if any one is losing. If so, change the one way.
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Last weekend in 2. stape of the Turkish National Championship I used my new phi; ofcours FIRST PLACE it was perfect I didn't have any problems with the car. Also a broke the track record .
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