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Old 02-22-2003, 02:40 AM   #1231
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I dont think ppl would pay 200 euro for a belt conversion,

there are significant differances.
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Old 02-22-2003, 03:10 AM   #1232
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Master $599 euro
Pro $399 euro

that is List price

street will be cheaper
Euro$599 = AUS$1080
Euro$399 = AUS$720

was wondering how much cheaper is the street price.....kit looks very promising though....Corally was never cheap with their kits
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Old 02-22-2003, 03:27 AM   #1233
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Master Version
Initially it will come in the Master Version - which is all the alloy arms, suspension components etc. Probably very similar, if not identical, to the pictures below. We have been informed that the Manufacturers Catalogue List Price for this version will be 599.00 Euro.

Pro Version
We have also been informed that approx 4 months later, the Pro Version will be released, this will have the moulded suspension arms etc, this will have a Manufacturers Catalogue List price of 399.00 Euro.



both kits will have the same drivetrain only difference is composite v alloy suspension componets. The choice of 1 belt or 2 belts is standard with all Assassin kits. The Master version is more $$$ because of the CNC arms etc.

Street prices are normally well below the Manufactures List Price...so expect the car to not too hefty on price.
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Old 02-22-2003, 08:29 AM   #1234
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BK,

I beg to differ.
The pro version was allways intended to have only one off the drivetrains included.
The master both!

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Old 02-22-2003, 05:24 PM   #1235
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I beg to differ.
The pro version was allways intended to have only one off the drivetrains included.
The master both!

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well i could be wrong, but the master it what we will all have anyway as if we are going to wait months extra for the pro????
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Old 02-22-2003, 11:20 PM   #1236
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the pro might have a tub instead of carbon decks

if not alloy arms and rear hubs wouldn't cost 200 euro more, would it?

so in the master kit we will see both drivetrians?

the prices will be cheaper on the street
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Old 02-24-2003, 05:19 AM   #1237
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BK,

I beg to differ.
The pro version was allways intended to have only one off the drivetrains included.
The master both!

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i spoke to Yoko at Corally and i'll quote... (thanks Yoko )

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Yes, we are planning to name the first release production as Master version - because it is the best quality and thus very expensive with lots of aluminium parts. And the following version is a bit economic version named Pro, fewer aluminium parts will be replaced by plastic parts.
But still, both version will include 1 belt and 2 belt option parts.

Best regards

Yoko Ishii
Corally RC BV

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Old 02-24-2003, 08:45 AM   #1238
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BK,

I apologise.
When I spoke with Constant I must have understood him wrong.

Well both cars with both drivetrains, still looking good.....

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Old 02-26-2003, 07:49 PM   #1241
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Is there a US street price yet? Not the retail, but what the Master will actually cost in the shops.
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Come on guys, with a new car on the verge, why is there no talk going on, your down to the bottom of the second page.

How about the corally people throw us all another bone, and provide some more details?
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JANTLE: any idea how where I can order the New Corally 12th scale? Im planning to get into 12th scale racing here but no one carrier the Corally car - actually its all 12L3s over here. Is there a good online shop you know that i can look at and that ships to Asia? Oh, and one last thing, considering there wont be any parts support for me if I do get my hands on one, what parts are most likely to break so I know what to stock up on if ever. Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.
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Old 03-03-2003, 12:50 AM   #1244
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Robo,

Stormer carries Corally.

http://www.stormerhobbies.com/cgi-bi...OR&man=Corally

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Speaking of 1/12th scales....

i raced my new SP12M on the weekend and finished 3rd behind two other Corally's. I ran the car straight out of the box, 4 cell with 9x2, the car was awsome.

a fellow rctech poster, Besercoe got 2nd with a SP12G3 and the winner Ari Bakla used a SP12M also with a 9x2.
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