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Old 07-20-2004, 06:24 AM   #16
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Why when a company comes out with a new car people have to come on here and bash it. What happen to nice car? I would like to see one of those persons come up with a car THAT WORKS.


But I would like to know where all the electronic go. If you have older equipment you can forget it.
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Old 07-20-2004, 06:59 AM   #17
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this new car will be very good. there's nothing quirky about it, and i understand that there are new molded arms out which will improve durability over the machined delrin variety.

props and congrats to constant for a top notch, logical (not necessarily original) design. i hope that the diffs will be alot lighter than those used for the assasin since they will not be required to fasten to a gear.

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- narrow chassis to allow low r/h on carpet
- battery/motor slightly forward (when compared to 415, evo4, myo2, cuda, yok, etc.)
- frontside rear shocks to keep weight nearer the middle of the car for better yaw response

nice work corally.
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Old 07-20-2004, 07:07 AM   #18
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As far as I know of there hasn't been any official word from Corally themselves about the new car. I read on a thread some where that the car was expected in shops in about 3 months time. If this is the case i would have thought the marketing or promotion for the car would be in full swing.

anyone have any info on spec (will it have the alloy steering hubs etc) or price?

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Why when a company comes out with a new car people have to come on here and bash it. What happen to nice car? I would like to see one of those persons come up with a car THAT WORKS.


But I would like to know where all the electronic go. If you have older equipment you can forget it.
I haven't seen one post bashing this car. Are you on the same page here???
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I believe the code name for that car has been ..... TAM415-CORALLY
Hpi=Xray=Corally=Tamiya

Xray is still based on the old C4

Conclusion: Every car is based on the same concept
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this car is sweet! as already mentioned, a notable feature is the rear shocks mounts in the front side of the rear a-arms. should help center all teh weight. with the right price and distribution, corally should have a winner with this one. i'd love to try one out myself if it wasnt so difficult to get hold of corally stuff here in my part of the world.
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Guys I was at the Roar Nats this past week and pitted on the same table row at team Corally. Chris's car (one pictured) is a great looking car and he turned some ballistic times with the prototype. I would look for this car to be really sweet.

Not like Corally has not made good sedans before. This weekend a Corally Tq'ed Stock at the Nats and a second Corally ran the fastest stock time of the weekend. Both of these were from thier "old" car...they were impressive too.

Look for Team Corally to make a splash in the sedan world. Cool to see someone else in the mix.

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Guys I was at the Roar Nats this past week and pitted on the same table row at team Corally. Chris's car (one pictured) is a great looking car and he turned some ballistic times with the prototype. I would look for this car to be really sweet.

Not like Corally has not made good sedans before. This weekend a Corally Tq'ed Stock at the Nats and a second Corally ran the fastest stock time of the weekend. Both of these were from thier "old" car...they were impressive too.

Look for Team Corally to make a splash in the sedan world. Cool to see someone else in the mix.

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Did the Corally 4.1 come before the RS4? If not, then every two belter out there is a copy of the RS4. Not the very first RS4 that had gears in the back, but the one with two belts
Hey Kufman, i think your wrong there, EVERY 2 belt TC is a copy of the design layout of the old yokomo's dating from back in the LATE 90's way way way B4 TC were even run!


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Old 07-22-2004, 06:37 AM   #25
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nice the only question is where will all the electronics fit?
you got avery sensitive/observant eyes bro.. There really a place for the electronics stuff but a very limited space thats really a good point..
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you got avery sensitive/observant eyes bro.. There really a place for the electronics stuff but a very limited space thats really a good point..
It will be a bit like my Assassin 5+1, real-estate is limited, but workable. see attached.
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