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Kenshin 07-28-2004 07:51 AM

Team Corally RDX Touring Car
 
The new car will not be called an Assassin but will be called the RDX. Looks really sweet. Coming in September....



http://www.corally.ch/images/rdx.jpg
http://www.corally.ch/images/rdxrear.jpg
http://www.corally.ch/images/rdxside.jpg

ICEMAN 07-28-2004 08:02 AM

being a long time XRAY guy, i have to say i really like this car. thumb's up to CORALLY :cool: :cool:

Darkseid 07-28-2004 09:00 AM

Wow! Micro electronics DEFINITELY required!:nod:

I like the drivetrain layout and love the look of the motor mount!

NVisible 07-28-2004 09:10 AM

looks very cool. whats the verdict on that rear shock placement?

Kenshin 07-28-2004 01:07 PM


Originally posted by Darkseid
Wow! Micro electronics DEFINITELY required!:nod:

I like the drivetrain layout and love the look of the motor mount!

Yep, that thing is narrow. I wonder if it takes low profile sevos only. It seems that a standard servo will hit the front belt.

corallyman 07-28-2004 01:26 PM

RDX Info
 
Its not as bad as you guys think as far as space goes. I raced at the onroad nats in Portland, and got to see Tosolini's car first hand. The servo is flipped around so where the servo horn will be on the outside where as the Assassin had the servo horn on the inside near the belt. Standard servos will work. As far as electronics goes it should be no different to a regular assassin. I mount a Novak XXtra on its side between the servo and Motor tucked in near the top deck. Then I mount a LRP Q2 to the outside of the chassis also between the servo and motor. The layout is clean and Functional. I can still get to the channel changing dials.

Steve

futureal 07-28-2004 01:37 PM

I will have photos of Chris' Nats car posted later tonight.

KINGZJ 07-28-2004 01:43 PM

Kinda reminds me of a shuey mission

Darkseid 07-28-2004 01:46 PM

Re: RDX Info
 

Originally posted by corallyman
Its not as bad as you guys think as far as space goes. I raced at the onroad nats in Portland, and got to see Tosolini's car first hand. The servo is flipped around so where the servo horn will be on the outside where as the Assassin had the servo horn on the inside near the belt. Standard servos will work. As far as electronics goes it should be no different to a regular assassin. I mount a Novak XXtra on its side between the servo and Motor tucked in near the top deck. Then I mount a LRP Q2 to the outside of the chassis also between the servo and motor. The layout is clean and Functional. I can still get to the channel changing dials.

Steve

Wow, I would love to see the car with the electronics mounted. It must just be the angle of the pics making it look so tight.

Darkseid 07-28-2004 01:46 PM


Originally posted by futureal
I will have photos of Chris' Nats car posted later tonight.
:cool:

Anders Myrberg 07-28-2004 01:53 PM

What does "RDX" stand for?

edseb 07-28-2004 02:07 PM

Chris will probably be running it at the Hitec Race this weekend. A parking lot will be a interesting test. :)

X2 07-28-2004 03:05 PM

Awsome body posts and mounts, great idea with them being threaded. overall looks like a great car, just have to see what the price is...

Darkseid 07-28-2004 03:25 PM


Originally posted by X2
Awsome body posts and mounts, great idea with them being threaded.
Yeah, Corally has been using them for a long...LONG...time. But some people didn't like them, so they went away from them with the Assassin. Glad to see Corally is making a return to what is a very good idea.

Jeff Werner 07-28-2004 04:44 PM

I saw Chris's Car run at the Nats Parking Lot and it was fast. The car loaded up did not look to much more cramped then say a CGM or TC3. I think this car has some sweet upside to it and having Chris around to help with setups and tech stuff should be sweet to run here in the states.

Darkseid you going to make a return to your Corally roots?

Jeff


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