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Old 07-26-2010, 07:32 PM   #571
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wow forgot to post link. Here it is. 09 or 08?

http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...ts-spares.html
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Old 07-26-2010, 09:35 PM   #572
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Looks like it might be an 08 as the chassis is nothing like this http://www.modeltech.co.uk/catalog/p...roducts_id=802 but im no expert on corally cars as i only have the 09 with a lipo only chassis which is different again.
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Old 07-26-2010, 09:42 PM   #573
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Yea i have found some pics of all the different chassis and its definately a 08. Thanks
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Old 07-27-2010, 05:40 AM   #574
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yup that is an 08.. the bulkhead mounts give it away... the 08 uses the round mounts. the 09 uses square mounts for the bulk heads...
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Old 07-30-2010, 04:15 PM   #575
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one going off tonite on ebay

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...:B:WNA:US:1123
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Old 07-31-2010, 01:37 PM   #576
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Couple of questions

Does anyone know what the LIPO positioning brace is in the attached pic, I am hoping it will get the battery further out and I won't have to run as much lead resulting in a lighter car.

I also notice people are removing a centre brace. How is this done and does any one have a picture???

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The center brace is already removed from your car.
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Old 08-15-2010, 02:07 AM   #577
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I have converted my phi '09s to use the straight arms and also converted to put the shocks on the rear of the shock tower. My problem is that since the conversion I have managed to crack the rear shock tower on both cars after little use and also noticed that the shock tower flexes as you lift the rear arm significantly which is more than likely the cause.

Is this a side affect of putting the shocks on the rear?
Is there any way to fix this and run the shocks on the rear for the added weight other than doubling the shock towers?
Are the original phi shock mount the same excluding the body mounts as I can't find the phi '09 shock tower in stock anywhere?

Comments would be appreciated

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Old 08-15-2010, 02:14 AM   #578
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I have converted my phi '09s to use the straight arms and also converted to put the shocks on the rear of the shock tower. My problem is that since the conversion I have managed to crack the rear shock tower on both cars after little use and also noticed that the shock tower flexes as you lift the rear arm significantly which is more than likely the cause.

Is this a side affect of putting the shocks on the rear?
Is there any way to fix this and run the shocks on the rear for the added weight other than doubling the shock towers?
Are the original phi shock mount the same excluding the body mounts as I can't find the phi '09 shock tower in stock anywhere?

Comments would be appreciated

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Double towers will solve your problem. I think Corally soon will release new bearing holders in the rear which you can attach the shock tower in.
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Double towers will solve your problem. I think Corally soon will release new bearing holders in the rear which you can attach the shock tower in.
If you just can't wait: http://tazteam.eu/taz/Prodotti/Voci/...6_Corally.html
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Any plans on a new Phi 2010?
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Any plans on a new Phi 2010?
It looks like they are working on something. Marc Fisher was driving a prototype at 2010 ep tc euros race. Pics at redrc here http://events.redrc.net/event-galler...ros/?nggpage=9
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been asking some ?s in the normal crally phi thread but have gotten little response.

are '08 parts discontinued, and what shock oils are you guys using, i havent seen any corally anywhere.
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been asking some ?s in the normal crally phi thread but have gotten little response.

are '08 parts discontinued, and what shock oils are you guys using, i havent seen any corally anywhere.
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Parts are probably still available.
Just shoot Corally an email if you wanna know for sure.

Shock depends a bit on setup track surface etc..
Mostly used is in the range 35-50wt aprox.
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tons of parts for the 07,08 and 09... here if you need hm.


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Parts are probably still available.
Just shoot Corally an email if you wanna know for sure.

Shock depends a bit on setup track surface etc..
Mostly used is in the range 35-50wt aprox.
thanks!

i found the old setup sheets last night, they are from 07, nothing else listed.
so i have a good place to start. is there corally oil available? i have mugen oils from my mtx4, and i can get a set of oils from Losi i believe at my LHS
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