Robert Batlle’s major sponsor shake-up for 2017 continues as he has announced Team Corally as his new electronics sponsors. The Spanish frontrunner will use Team Corally products such as motors and speed controllers with his campaign starting at this week’s season-opening event in Padova, Italy. Robert has the following to say:
Today I’m informing you about my new sponsor for my car’s electronics, including motors and escs for my MBX7R Eco. It will be Team Corally! So from now on I will install their Revoc 160A Esc together with the Dynotorq motor. I invite you to try them. Season starts tomorrow in Padova! Thank you all!
Coming from Belgian company Team Corally is a 75W soldering station. The micro controller-equipped station allows for precise temperature control in 1 degree steps and it features standby and auto turn off functions as well as a Celsius or Fahrenheit temperature display. The solder tip is easy to replace and the soldering station is available with Euro or UK mains plugs.
Team Corally have released a first teaser image of their forthcoming 1/8th scale 4WD electric on-road kit. By the looks of things the belt-driven car is of a simple design with a multi-deck carbon fibre chassis, a basic, damper-less front and rear suspension and loads of space for the battery and electronics. More information and images will become available in the coming days.
Roughly a year ago Team Corally officially introduced their 1/10th scale formula pan car kit and now things seem to materialise as the Belgium company issued a first image of the pre-production car. The vehicle will utilise a class-standard carbon fibre arm front suspension, a slim 2.5mm carbon fibre chassis that seems to allow for inline and transversal battery configuration and it sports a link-type rear end with dual roll dampers, a lightweight centre shock and carbon fibre rear axle. Also part of the package are a high-torque ball differential, adjustable rear wing and a long nose front bumper. More information and images will become available in time for the release which is scheduled for this Fall.
Coming from Team Corally is their new range of silicone shock oils and diff syrups. Manufactured and bottled in Europe the pure silicone oils are calibrated to ensure consistency from batch to batch and they come in 60ml bottles as 100cps to 1,000cps shock and 3,000cps to 100.000cps diff fluids.
Team Corally have released a first image of their forthcoming SSX12 1/12th scale pan car kit. Newly developed from the ground up the kit features a class-standard link-type rear suspension but a new, simpler front end compared to other modern-day kits. The vehicle is currently undergoing final tests and it will become available soon. We bring you more information on the kit and a release date as soon as they surface.
Team Corally have introduced their new Factory Pro Tools range of metric tools and wrenches. All make use of 22mm diameter aluminium handles that sport coloured end caps and easy-to-replace hardened spring steel tool tips. The range includes 1.5mm to 3mm hex wrenches, 4mm to 8mm hex drivers as well as four cross head and two blade type screw drivers.
Team Corally have introduced their new 4000mAh 2S LiPo hardcase battery pack. Made from 30C cells and coming with an oval diameter hardcase the battery is ideal for all applications that require “racing pack” batteries such as some Tamiya and RTR vehicles. Offering standard dimensions of 138x46x24.8mm and weighing in at 215g the battery comes pre-soldered with a T-type power connector and XH balancer port.