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Old 02-13-2005, 12:52 PM   #931
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CONGRADULATIONS TO TEAM CORALLY WITH GREAT RESULTS
AT SNOWBIRDS...
SPECIAL CONGRADULATIONS TO CHRIS TOSOLINI
1ST IN GTP MOD. AND 3RD IN 19T EXPERT AND MOD.
THREE MODIUMS
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Old 02-13-2005, 12:59 PM   #932
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PODIUMS...SORRY...SO EXCITED I GOT CARRIED AWAY
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Old 02-13-2005, 06:27 PM   #933
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Cangrads, Cuffs, Toso, Mo and all the other Corally drivers....


Cangrads to you too Rob, I'm sure your stoked!!!

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Wow. Two "W's" for Jeffro Cuffs. Nice job dude.......
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Yea Yea! Great job, bro. Great job also goes to TJ, Mo, and Toso for putting the RDX up top.
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Old 02-13-2005, 07:49 PM   #936
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do you guys think BMI will make a chassis for this car?
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Old 02-13-2005, 08:10 PM   #937
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do you guys think BMI will make a chassis for this car?
They do for Corally....
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wannabee-GReat racing you in the a-too bad it wasnt for 2nd or third!!! YOur RDX was hooked up in the Main!!! HOpe to race you again soon.

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killer runs for all the corally guys.cuffs was on fire.mo ran awesome.hey mo,you got a quarter i can borrow?
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Old 02-13-2005, 08:39 PM   #940
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wannabee-GReat racing you in the a-too bad it wasnt for 2nd or third!!! YOur RDX was hooked up in the Main!!! HOpe to race you again soon.

Ray
Ditto man, blast, too bad we played ring around the rosie in the beginning we'd been right up there!! LOL

We have some dialed RDX's for sure!!

You guys need to drag your butts down soon...Team balls, Buddy is rockin!!!
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CONGRADULATIONS TO TEAM CORALLY WITH GREAT RESULTS
AT SNOWBIRDS...
SPECIAL CONGRADULATIONS TO CHRIS TOSOLINI
1ST IN GTP MOD. AND 3RD IN 19T EXPERT AND MOD.
THREE MODIUMS
i had a question... did Chris run the Corally 12th scale? wasnt sure...
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That's what I also would like to know, tommorow A "SP12M Ahoniemi" will be mine, would be nice if he won with it
I guess he does, he's know an official Corally driver and also drove the SP12M at the worlds.
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Congratulations to all Corallydrivers! Great job!
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Old 02-14-2005, 09:15 AM   #944
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Corally USA:
Can you clarify what the win in 12th scale.

Also please post to let us know when the Snowbirds set-up for the RDXs (and 12M) will be available.

Also for the RDX, are we suppose to use the aluminum piece that came the diff. in the kit or the black plastic replacement. I've got a note from Rob that says to replace the alu piece with the black plastic one. What happens if you use the alu piece, it looks pretty "trick." I also bought a front ball diff, but it also has the alu piece, do I need to order that black plastic one? How about the white delrin gears, are they also available?

You guys have got to be stoked from last weeks preformance. I'm sure there was a lot of hard work put into getting the car to the top. And for us Corally fans, I'm sure many of us are equally pumped to know that the car is on the move; gaining some serious respect at some big races worldwide in such little time, the sharing of set-up knowledge, and excellent parts & customer support.

Just a little feedback from the customer.
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Old 02-14-2005, 10:09 AM   #945
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Replace it with the black delrin piece! It covers up the diff balls a lot more, and makes it for longer, smoother diff action. Another good thing to do, is to cover the hole in the chassis under the diff with Losi chassis protective tape, stops dust and carpet from getting too close to the diff...
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