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Old 03-08-2011, 08:13 AM   #1
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Default assembly manuel for corally c10

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Recently i got a vintage corally c10 but without a assembly manuel for that. so does anyone here have a soft copy of that manuel. Thank you all

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Old 03-08-2011, 08:56 AM   #2
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http://www.corally.com/anubizz/corally.nsf/unids/E3DE39B8E69ABE3F8025757C0054D15F/$FILE/CCT%20Instruction%20Manual%202005.pdf

This is the CCT manual but it resembles the c10 in some ways. (just copy and past it) As far as i know there has never been a manual of the c10 or c10x only a booklet of text. With this pdf file i think you can figure certain things out.

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http://www.corally.com/anubizz/corally.nsf/unids/E3DE39B8E69ABE3F8025757C0054D15F/$FILE/instruction%20Manual%20F1%20CCT%20SP12G3%202001%20 word.doc
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oo that's why i only have two "text" booklet in the box. so how people could assemble the car without the assembly manuel? is it completely assembled in the box?

by the way,, since c10 does not use T-plate so how does the rear suspension work? does it only depend on the damper and sping shock?
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oo that's why i only have two "text" booklet in the box. so how people could assemble the car without the assembly manuel? is it completely assembled in the box?

by the way,, since c10 does not use T-plate so how does the rear suspension work? does it only depend on the damper and sping shock?
The corally pan cars usually came assembled from the factory. The part of the pod that the pivots bolt to act like a spring plate to provide additional dampening. The only problem with that style is that it is limited for motor space in the car.
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Hiya, here is a pic of my own Corally Pro10 car:



This is a SP10VN that was originally released around 1993/4.

There is a brushed motor in the car in the pic, but it now has a brushless setup in it (and a 2c LiPo), after a bit of work with a file on the pod plate to get the brushless motor to fit.

Goes like a ROCKET!

If you have any questions regarding the design (Similar to the C10), feel free to ask.

Cheers guys, Chris
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Old 03-08-2011, 05:53 PM   #6
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thx everyone,, and nice pic Chris.

Any suggestion where to get some spare parts for my vintage C10 on web


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