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Old 02-15-2011, 12:15 AM   #601
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Can be done but with gear diffs front and rear and belt pulleys on the layshaft either side of the spur gear as seen on marc fischers car at the snowbirds
http://rcactionpics.com/gallery/2011...riday_101.html

I know someone that is working on a geardiff for the rear but wont post anything until they are happy with the install and how its working.
Thatīs not Fischerīs car.
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Old 02-15-2011, 05:10 AM   #602
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Ah i stand corrected, who's car is it as fischer was the only corally driver i knew on the entry list and car is running prototype rear shock tower mounts and chassis.
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Old 02-15-2011, 07:13 AM   #603
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Ah i stand corrected, who's car is it as fischer was the only corally driver i knew on the entry list and car is running prototype rear shock tower mounts and chassis.
Someone running in one of the stock classes I think. Fischer only runs mod and with GM equipment. And also with the new PHI X car.
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Old 02-15-2011, 07:43 AM   #604
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That may have been Bill Sydor's car who managed with a lot of cool work to get the sukara think that is right gear diffs... with a 36t pulleys on it gear front and rear. He also did some dual steering stuff, and other very cool work.... he get's the McGiver award for his creative work on the car.

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That's definitely Sydor's car. It's got parts from just about every car ever made on it. It's his own invention, nothing official. He talked to Marc about getting a gear diff in his prototype Phi, but they decided it would be too much work.
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That's definitely Sydor's car. It's got parts from just about every car ever made on it. It's his own invention, nothing official. He talked to Marc about getting a gear diff in his prototype Phi, but they decided it would be too much work.
Yes, that is Bill's car. He has the 416 steering rack and suspension and last time I talked to him it was the photon drive line with gear diffs, might have changed by the time the birds rolled around.
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I know someone that is working on a geardiff for the rear but wont post anything until they are happy with the install and how its working.
Any news about it.. or when can we expect a working, easy to mount, gear diff for the Corally..?? It would be nice !!
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Any news about it.. or when can we expect a working, easy to mount, gear diff for the Corally..?? It would be nice !!
Isn't it easier for you, being a team driver to call the Corallyfactory instead of rc-tech?
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does anybody have a good starting carpet rubber setup for the '09 lipo car? Im planning on buying one and would like to have a good starting point. Thanks
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does anybody have a good starting carpet rubber setup for the '09 lipo car? Im planning on buying one and would like to have a good starting point. Thanks
Uses narrow chassis and straight arms but should give you some ideas to try.

http://corally.co.uk/files/phi09-230111(1).pdf
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Uses narrow chassis and straight arms but should give you some ideas to try.

http://corally.co.uk/files/phi09-230111(1).pdf
Thank you, Did i hear that corally is supposed to be coming out with a new touring car?
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sorry, double post
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To be honest from what i have seen of it dont count on it being released any time this year.
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Does anybody know of what Corally USA drivers are going to be at the 2011 roar carpet nats this week?
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Tried the narrow chassis on my 09 yesterday and im impressed, track was cold and dusty to start with but once it warmed up a few degrees and cleaned up for the finals i started pushing the car. I was running 17.5 spec mode against 17.5 turbo cars and thanks to the track only having one long straight i ended the day with my fastest lap just a 10th slower than the fastest turbo car.

I was even having to back off when chasing someone into the corners otherwise i would just end up running into the back of them.

Very happy
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