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Old 12-16-2003, 04:55 PM
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Can anyone tell me which colors of Corally's scheme match (are closest to) Purple Fronts and Grey Rears that I use on my Carpet Knife?

Corally 1/12th wheels from least grippy to grippiest:
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Silver
Silverstar
Gold
Goldstar

that's the chart on the back of the wheels.. then I have some Corally "pinks" which I have no idea what they are and/or where they fit in...

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Old 12-16-2003, 05:56 PM
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Kinda funny how the industry can not seem to use plain ole durometer ratings instead of their own personal scheme. Did you give up the CK in favor of the Corally? Kinda curious as I just picked up a CK and looking at the box about to begin a build of it tonight.
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Old 12-16-2003, 10:41 PM
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Geek,

Maybe you should ask this in the manufacturers part of this forum.
Corally has their on threads their.

Good luck!
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this might help, but it doesn't list silverstar and goldstar

http://www.teamcrc.com/Html/Products/foam-tires.html
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Can anyone tell me which colors of Corally's scheme match (are closest to) Purple Fronts and Grey Rears that I use on my Carpet Knife?
SILVER fronts and GOLD rears are the normal choice for the UK tracks. These are used when the AE guys are using Purple and Grey.
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Old 12-17-2003, 12:48 AM
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Thanks for the info guys.

Fasttrak: I have 3 Corallys, a couple of 12L's and the CK.

Since getting back into it, I've only ran two weekends now. Last week I ran the CK in modified and the Corally in stock. This coming Sunday I'll run the Corally in mod and the CK in stock and see how lap times/the feel compares.

I definitely like the way you can work on the Corally with just your hands though!

back in 1992 I had a Corally and a 12L and I greatly preferred the way the Corally handled transitions.. but many of my friends liked the 12L better.

Choice is the spice of life

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There is a shore hardness chart somewhere on the Corally UK site. although i can't remember where it is!! In the Uk some drivers running AE use Corally Silver/Gold tyres.
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I believe that by popular demand Corally has mounted up , purples, pinks, and so on. call superior hobbies and ask for Mike he knows his 1/12 scale stuff and can help you out with the car.
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Originally posted by MattW
There is a shore hardness chart somewhere on the Corally UK site. although i can't remember where it is!! In the Uk some drivers running AE use Corally Silver/Gold tyres.
To be specific
http://www.modeltech.co.uk/corally/foams112.htm
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Yup, that's the one i was thinking of!!
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