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Old 07-30-2004, 04:05 AM
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Corally USA in Orlando,Florida.They have ads in several of the R/C magazines (not Car Action).
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Old 07-30-2004, 05:37 AM
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I know that.
I was asking what shops in the USA carry Corally.
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Old 07-30-2004, 05:37 AM
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So what are the shock bodies made of. I couldn't really see what they were because of the angle of the shot.
They are alloy shocks, and very nice too.

I have had a set on my Yoke SD for almost a year now and there isn't even a trace of oil mist anywhere, and they still feel the same as when I assembled them a year ago.

But then that's Corally quality for you.
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Old 07-30-2004, 05:45 AM
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They are alloy shocks, and very nice too.

I have had a set on my Yoke SD for almost a year now and there isn't even a trace of oil mist anywhere, and they still feel the same as when I assembled them a year ago.

But then that's Corally quality for you.
They're not made by corally those shocks, i don't remember the name though. anyway, I prefer the yokomo shocks by far...
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Old 07-30-2004, 05:55 AM
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Most cars are made from sub contracted manufacturers, and almost just assembled by the manufacturer.

Lots of far Eastern companies produce plastic parts as well as alloy parts for Rc manufacturers. How much of an HPI for example is made in the USA - very little. But it doesn't really matter.

COBRA, have you tried the Corally Assassin shocks too then ?
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nope, i just happen to have seen them in a shop somewhere, can't remember. Don't get me wrong, i never said they were crap, my poin is just i really like the yokomo shocks, so i can't see why you took them out...

Anyway, uou're right, but those shocks are also sold by the manufacturer under its label, so it's not exactly the same as a subcontractor machining the parts you designed for you. It's a bit like if people were including MIP CVD's but telling it's their own CVDs, if you see what i mean, although I believe Corally have an agreement with the manufacturer (and the manufacturer is not a big name in the RC industry either).
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Stormer Hobbies carries our product line. If they do not have what you need then call us directly.
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Originally posted by Jeff Werner
Darkseid you going to make a return to your Corally roots?

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You never know with me! It all depends on price really. If they price it like the C4-C4.1...maybe. If they price it like the Assassin...no chance.

Either way, its a cool looking car.
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Hey Corally USA,

I e-mailed you guys about a pre-order for Diamond NOrthern LLC-did ya get it-I never heard back.

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I am currently sinking myself into the Pro4 world. Seaball has enough moments for the both of us.........
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Old 07-30-2004, 02:42 PM
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They are alloy shocks, and very nice too.

I have had a set on my Yoke SD for almost a year now and there isn't even a trace of oil mist anywhere, and they still feel the same as when I assembled them a year ago.

But then that's Corally quality for you.
Thanks for the info.
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go to h*ll, the both of you.
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wow, i'd love to get hold of this beauty. but as with some of the others on this thread, it will all really depend on price for me. me and a few others really wanted to get our hands on the assasin as well when it was released but unfortunatley the price was very restricting for us.
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The Assassin is well worth the money.If you want to look like everyone else get what they drive.I've had the C4-4.1 and the rear mount motor Assassin just recently convered to the New mid chassis (that was the T.Q. at the ROAR Nationals). Get the car ask Corally USA what ususally breaks and get a few spares.Chances are you will have those parts for a long time.
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Actually, for Seaballl, this would be his most mainstream car to date
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