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Old 10-31-2008, 06:10 AM   #5731
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Ok guys. Rough pricing is going to be like this:

Brushless pod conversion will be $39.99


Full conversion w/chassis and new 1 pc. cross brace,flex plates, and brushless pod conversion will be $99.99.


The new flex plates work with the standard chassis. The standard chassis just dont have the optional forward hole.
Just placed the pre-order for it with Keira....
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Old 10-31-2008, 07:03 AM   #5732
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Thats awesome buddy,thanks.
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Old 10-31-2008, 09:57 AM   #5733
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Jason, the new parts look great! I had one of the fastest cars at the Gate for the Halloween race, but just needed to find a tic more consistency out of the car. I think these parts will do the trick. Keep up the good work!
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Old 10-31-2008, 10:34 AM   #5734
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Thats awesome bro. I am really looking forward to seeing the performance gains from the new products.
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Jason i think i just drooled over the blue. I have the silver version 12R. Put me on your list for the upgrade pack if its coming in that nice blue! Thanks for an amazing car, im trying to pick up a second hand DB10R right now too for my world GT car Thanks again
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Old 10-31-2008, 11:44 AM   #5736
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Actually the blue was the SE color. I am staying with the gray color for production. Thanks for the compliments buddy.
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looks real sweet jay. I love testing new parts. what's different with the flex plates and will they come thick and thin. hey happy bday steve.also that's a really sweet price for the conversion. good job bro.
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Old 10-31-2008, 01:57 PM   #5738
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The flex plates will still come in thick and thin. They will just have more adjustment to them. Thanks for the compliments brutha. This new setup is really cool. I will be shoothing a few more pics this weekend.
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New pod looks great. I'll have to get one as soon as they're available.

I like how the motor wires in the picture are just side snipped.
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Jason, do you plan to keep making the original DB12R parts?
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Old 10-31-2008, 05:45 PM   #5741
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New pod looks great. I'll have to get one as soon as they're available.

I like how the motor wires in the picture are just side snipped.
They are precision snipped.
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Jason, do you plan to keep making the original DB12R parts?
Yes i will. The standoffs will be changed in look but function is the same. The new ones are just a little more fancy.
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So Jason, does this mean the car will have more side bite coming out of the cormers with the new design in the l-plates?
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Not really. What we wanted was a more linear spring tension for carpet. For asphalt i run the forward(stock now) hole.The more linear spring tension will make the car not so edgy on carpet and also allow the car to hold a roll so it doesnt want to push mid corner. Moving the weight away from the center pivot will help keep the chassis from dropping low during cornering and causing the rear corners to touch down. I will be testing it out next weekend to prove it all out. This should enhance the cars performance of the car and make it even more adjustable for changing track conditions.
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