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Old 04-09-2005, 12:07 AM   #1696
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hmmm did your kit come with the white pulleys? mine was the black ones...
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Old 04-09-2005, 12:08 AM   #1697
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Those white pulleys are dialed...
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Old 04-09-2005, 12:09 AM   #1698
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Nope, those are the 1pc. I picked up from the UK. They showed up today, so I built 1 diff with them, and will do the other tomorrow. I used ceramic balls this time around, which seem smoother. I don't really expect that it'll do much of anything, but they do spin truer than the 2pc that come with the kit. It was driving me nuts to see those suckers wobble... compulsive I guess. :-D
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Old 04-09-2005, 12:33 AM   #1699
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Thanks for the response Jeff, that helps quite a bit.
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Nope, those are the 1pc. I picked up from the UK. They showed up today, so I built 1 diff with them, and will do the other tomorrow. I used ceramic balls this time around, which seem smoother. I don't really expect that it'll do much of anything, but they do spin truer than the 2pc that come with the kit. It was driving me nuts to see those suckers wobble... compulsive I guess. :-D
Hey, I ordered three of those pulleys early last week.,,looks really good. How long did it take for you to receive them?

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Old 04-09-2005, 10:13 AM   #1701
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About a week and a half. They came in a padded envelope and were delivered in the mail, and not as a package. No complaints at all so far, they work as advertised, and I kinda like how they look. Not that it'll make me any faster, but hey...
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Could you post a link where you ordered these pulley's from?
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Old 04-09-2005, 11:43 AM   #1703
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Sure. I got them here. No problems shipping them to the US. Took about a week.
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Old 04-09-2005, 07:50 PM   #1704
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wow, those pulleys are pretty pricey.

Corally USA will you be stocking these in the future?

Also what's the shipping cost from the UK?
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Old 04-10-2005, 05:44 PM   #1705
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Default QUESTION FOR CORALLY USA OR FACTORY DRIVERS

I noticed on the website that most of the setup are for carpet...Outdoor season starts in the Northeast...What do you guys recommend for starting setup for med grip asphalt..or...which setup that is posted should I start with.

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I noticed on the website that most of the setup are for carpet...Outdoor season starts in the Northeast...What do you guys recommend for starting setup for med grip asphalt..or...which setup that is posted should I start with.

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Well, we've been stuck indoors racing.

Depends if you run a spool or a one way. There is a setup for each on the website. Worlds practice is a one-way and State Race is a spool.

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wow, those pulleys are pretty pricey.

Corally USA will you be stocking these in the future?

Also what's the shipping cost from the UK?
They sure will be.....

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I'll be working on a rubber tire/asphalt setup here pretty soon. I'll probably try both a one way and a spool.

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Sushi Boy- I ran asphalt this weekend on rubber tires with a spool and the car was great. If you want to try it let me know. It had plenty of steering even with the spool. Track temp was 72-115 and it worked everywhere in between, on cs27's.

Jeff- I think the set-ups on the website are one-way and front diff for asphalt.
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