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Old 05-29-2006, 10:01 PM
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Will Corally customers (attending the nats) be allowed to test those days or is it for team drivers only?
All Corally car owners attending the Nationals can attend. Not just team drivers.

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All Corally car owners attending the Nationals can attend. Not just team drivers.

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Thanks for thank great news! See you Wednesday or Thursday.

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Thanks Jeff.........great news!


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All Corally car owners attending the Nationals can attend. Not just team drivers.

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Well hot damn ...looks like I not only prep the track on wed/thu, but I'll be practicing on one of those days instead of Friday as well
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Originally Posted by Jeff Brown
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Do you need an alpha list of Nats signups? ...if you do lmk and I can supply to you tomorrow morning when you guys show up.
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Originally Posted by JRX-S Bill
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Well, perhaps Wednesday of next week. I am still in Florida. I will fly in next Tuesday morning. Cars are ready to go.

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Originally Posted by JRX-S Bill
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Rob wanted all Corally car owners to be able to get the most out of their cars for the Nationals. Please do not hesitate to head to the track those days and ask questions. Even if you are not running stop by and ask anything you want. We want everyone to do well. If you have questions at the race please let us know. We are there to help everyone and make you faster.

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Is there anything special I need to do to make my one-way more smooth? It doesn't seem to spin as long and be as free as those made by other manufacturers.
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I noticed using the normal heavy steel drive cups for the one way let it spin a little freer. The lightweight aluminum ones get a rough finish on them over time and dont let it spin quite as well.

Other than that the corally one way doesn't spin quite as free as others. It has never shown any ill effects on the track for me though. They are pretty bulletproof too.
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Why is the 2.9MM top plate so difficult to get? My LHS ordered me one (from Corally) over 2 months ago and it has been on backorder ever since. Does someone else make them that I could get it from?
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The one-way doesn't change the internal gear ratio, right? Just need a sanity check here.
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Correct.
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Originally Posted by syndr0me
Is there anything special I need to do to make my one-way more smooth? It doesn't seem to spin as long and be as free as those made by other manufacturers.
You need the steel outdrives from corally or the oneway outdrives from Xray are great to verry SMOOTH!
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Originally Posted by or8ital
Why is the 2.9MM top plate so difficult to get? My LHS ordered me one (from Corally) over 2 months ago and it has been on backorder ever since. Does someone else make them that I could get it from?
They use them to make a kit of the normal RDX!
Ask Corally Europe they have them!
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Originally Posted by Ollie RDX
They use them to make a kit of the normal RDX!
Ask Corally Europe they have them!
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That was my thought as well!
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