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Old 12-05-2007, 04:14 AM   #1
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“Team Corally introduces the ‘New Generation F1’ with all new features. This car’s design is based on the World Championship winning 12X concept resulting in an easy to work on high performance driving machine. It offers great part availability since most parts on this new F1 are inter-changeable with the 12X. The New Generation F1 uses the World’s best materials and production methods which includes super tough and strong 3.2mm GRP chassis parts, 7075T6 aluminium motorpod and graphite rear axle. This combines super low weight with high rigidity and durable on-track performance. It comes complete with mounted tires, F-type body and moulded front & rear wing.”



Features:
- Fully equipped with super strong hardened black steel torx screws.
- The precision chrome steel front and rear wheel bearings offer long lasting, low rolling resistance and efficiency.
- Super lightweight and user friendly aluminium inserts are used to replace normal nuts.
- Unique 1-piece graphite rear axle with ball differential.
- Super tough and strong GRP chassis components with pre-shaped battery slots.
- Super smooth rear suspension using 2.0mm GRP t-bar with 2 rear tube-dampers and shock absorber.
- Lightweight front 1-way with hardened aluminium outdrives.
- WC front suspension as used on the World Championship winning SP12X.
- Duraluminium servo mounts.
- Super rigid duraluminium motorpod using unique tube design.
- Front & rear adjustable ride height.
- Threaded body posts for precise body height adjustment.
- The ‘US Standard’ 1:10 wheels run on lightweight duraluminium rear wheel hubs.
- Rear Width : 204mm.
- Front Width : 198mm.
- The F1-NGX comes partially assembled.

Source - http://www.rc-area.co.uk/blog/?p=1659
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Old 12-05-2007, 06:38 AM   #2
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Nice car with this steering system and high quality material, it's awesome!
Look, is growing up the F1 races in everywhere?
They look more like 1/12 than pro10, i think the club racers are better to run them with 4 cells, isn't it.
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Old 12-05-2007, 07:35 AM   #3
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An associated front end on a corally, very interesting.... I smell a LiPo saddle pack coming...
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Old 12-05-2007, 08:17 AM   #4
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Looks great......

Does corally say when is it going to be available?
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Old 12-05-2007, 08:33 AM   #5
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Old 12-05-2007, 09:21 AM   #6
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Looks great......

Does corally say when is it going to be available?
Rumour has it dec/jan....
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Need to see the body! That's pretty damn cool. I hope the 1/10 scale tires make it look pretty close to scale.
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It would be nice to have a range of rubber slicks though, keeping the rears much wider. Hard, medium, soft pre-mounts with spoked rims.

That would make it more acceptable for a 'spec' Pro class maybe? Realistic F1...
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Old 12-05-2007, 01:39 PM   #11
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So does this mean I can put that rear wing on my 12x?
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Need to see the body! That's pretty damn cool. I hope the 1/10 scale tires make it look pretty close to scale.
Yes we need to see the body...does it still use the old F103 style bodies or the F201 style bodies.

The old Corrally F1 used 1/10th rims and tires and did not look scale so I doubt this will either. The main reason for using them is availability. If you use the old style narrow rear rim it will probably look closer to scale but the low profile tire will still look a bit off since F1 cars do not use a low profile tire.

While this is a nice looking car I doubt we will see much of a resurgence of F1 racing again until Tamiya decides to get back in the game. Also I think F1 purists will have a problem with the front suspension being so far outside the body.
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I AGREE WITH VIT ASSOCIATED FRONT END?HMMMoops anyway def neat , awesome that manafactures are coming up with new concepts for carpet, might make for some interesting classes to race, or the idea will just fade off and die, as many did
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What a sexy looking car. I can't wait to get one and for F1 to come back in style. I have over half a dozen vintage F1 cars on my shelf and always look forward to adding another to the collection. Having an associated front end means one thing to me, easy part availability! I might even bolt on a Pro-strut front end.

For most indoor club racing 4 cell is going to be the way to go, unless lipoly becomes an option. Mine will be outfitted with a Novak BL system.

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