Team Corally keep flooding the market with their all-new Eclips line of high-performance chargers with the Eclips 4400 Quad being the latest the now Belgium-based company has to offer. Featuring four independent 100W charge outputs, the multi-chemistry charger can handle up to 6S LiXX, 15 cell NiMH and up to 20V Pb battery packs with all vital signs being displayed on four backlit LCD screens. The device offers several class-standard charge and discharge programs including balance, fast and storage charging/discharging, it allows for up to 10A of charge current per channel and convenient 4-button operation makes for easy handling. Other features include five memory slots per port, temperature-controlled fan units and the charger makes use of a sturdy case that sits at an angle to make reading the displays a breeze.
Team Corally have introduced their new top-of-the-foodchain AC/DC multi-chemistry charger. The Eclips 2400 400W dual channel device allows for up to 20A of charge current with its independent output ports with channel 1 offering up to 20A charge current and 400W charge power while the second port is good for up to 12A and 200W. The device can handle up to 6S LiXX, 15 cell NiXX and 2 to 20V Pb batteries, it offers several LiPo, LiHV, NiXX and Pb-specific charge and discharge programs including fast and balance charging and it makes use of a sturdy case and dual backlit LC displays. Dual internal balancers and temperature-controlled fans round out the package.
Coming from Team Corally is the Nitro Powerbox, a twin motor starter box for 1/8th off-road vehicles. Offering a compact design the twin 750-size motors provide enough power to start even factory-new engines that are known to offer lots of “pinch”. The inner battery mounts hold two 7.2V NiMH or 7.4V LiPo packs that are connected using the factory-installed T-plug connectors. Usable for 1/8th nitro buggies or nitro truggies the box comes pre-assembled and including adjustable chassis location pins.
Hot on the heels of Team Corally’s all-new Eclips 2100 dual output charger comes the more powerful Eclips 2240 variant. Sporting an updated dual screen case and offering a charge power of up to 240 watts the device is good for up to 12 ampere charge current per channel, allowing to fill two up to 6S LiXX and LiHV batteries with ease. The device features a pair of temperature-controlled fans, internal balancers, back-lit displays and its menu offers LiXX and LiHV balance, charge, fast charge, storage and discharge functions as well as dedicated NiMH and Pb programs.
Coming from Team Corally is the Eclips 2100 dual output AC/DC multi-chemistry charger. With its 100W of charge power the device offers up to 10A charge current at channel 1 and up to 6A at channel two while an intelligent charge power distribution splits the available charge power between the two. Multi-chemistry-ready the charger can handle up to 6S LiXX packs, including LiHV batteries, up to 15 cell NiXX and also 2 to 20V lead-acid batteries. The two high-contrast displays help to monitor all of the batteries’ vital signs and two integrated, temperature-controlled fan units keep the internal temperatures at bay.
Hot on the heels of the Team Corally ETOR .21 3T Racing off-road engine come the ETOR .21 5+2 port engine and new exhausts. Starting with the engine, the 5+2 port variant offers a high amount of torque over the whole RPM range, making it ideal for high-power tracks and medium to high-bite conditions. The long-stroke engine sports a black anodised cooling head, silicone-filled crankshaft and it comes with three different venturi inserts.
Team Corally have introduced their all-new ETOR .21 3T nitro off-road engine. Best known for their successful electric racing history the Dutch company now also steps into the nitro game with the first engine being a 3.5cc off-road propulsion. The long-stroke engine is of a 3-port design, it features a 14mm crankshaft and a turbo-style combustion camber insert. A red anodised cooling head with laser-etched logos and the red anodised crankcase back plate make the engine stand out.
Team Corally have introduced their new shock pliers for the use with 1/12th, 1/10th and 1/8th scale shock absorbers. Made from aluminium and sporting the popular nutcracker design the tool is designed to securely hold shock shafts of different diameter while screwing the ball end on. The special design will not harm the shaft’s surface and it also allows for easy fastening and undoing of upper and lower shock caps while a third feature helps with popping the ball cup’s pivot ball in and out with ease.