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Old 05-24-2005, 08:07 AM   #2206
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Syndr0me,

Yes those do look somewhat odd, possibly old. Rule of thumb: 1.6 mm = 2 degrees toe, 1.2 mm = 1.5 degrees, .8 mm = 1 degree, .4 mm = 1/2 degree. You can use a calipers and find out how much you have.
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Old 05-24-2005, 11:15 AM   #2207
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is there a editable or interactive set-up sheet out there?
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Old 05-24-2005, 11:53 AM   #2208
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Thanks for the info Brian. I'm just relieved to know they're all the same size, despite the visual difference.
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Old 05-25-2005, 04:19 PM   #2209
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Yeah, thats pretty weird. Never seen the ones that look smaller before. All of mine are like the other two.

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how big is the corally hauler bag....
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Old 05-25-2005, 07:15 PM   #2211
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Yeah, thats pretty weird. Never seen the ones that look smaller before. All of mine are like the other two.

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Yep, I do have the same ones which I think came from the assasin days. No biggie.
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Old 05-25-2005, 07:27 PM   #2212
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What can be gained or lost by changing from 2 degree C-Hubs to 4 degree?
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pretty sure its more steering as the front cambers alot more when turning.
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rcgen,

As danjoy, said, this will give increased camber-gain in the corner. But mainly, it will make initial turn-in less aggressive, and the car will have more corner-exit steering.
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Old 05-25-2005, 11:06 PM   #2215
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how big is the corally hauler bag....
it holds 3 boxes, which measure..:
9 3/4 wide, 5 1/4 tall, and 19 long each, outside dimensions. very nice black boxes, with a red Corally label on each. the bag itself is...

16 1/2 tall, 10 1/4 wide, and 19 1/2 long. nice heavy duty zipper, and a pocket on the side.


the boxes will fit a electric touring car with the body on easily, in case anyone was wondering...
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I just got the motor/battery case and it's very trick, well worth while!
It holds 6 batteries, 4 motors and two armatures, plus it has a small plastic container built in for brushes/springs/washers etc

Awesome!
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Do you have any pics of that or a link where I can check it out.
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it holds 3 boxes, which measure..:
9 3/4 wide, 5 1/4 tall, and 19 long each, outside dimensions. very nice black boxes, with a red Corally label on each. the bag itself is...

16 1/2 tall, 10 1/4 wide, and 19 1/2 long. nice heavy duty zipper, and a pocket on the side.


the boxes will fit a electric touring car with the body on easily, in case anyone was wondering...

is there a price for these bags... or do you have to be speical in order to be told the price
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they do have pics on corallyusa.com, i think. i got the case for just the batts, holds 12 (!) 6-cell packs. very nice!!!!!
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well, im not sure exactly the street price, but from what i was told, i think the full retail on the hauler bag should be around 50-ish.... you might pm either jeff brown or "corally usa", or call 'em up to be sure...
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