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Old 08-26-2008, 05:36 PM   #136
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They will be shipped w/the 4000s and should be here early next week.
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Do you have the 3200's or the 3600's in stock.
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Old 08-29-2008, 03:13 AM   #137
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DO they have the bumps like the 3600???
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Old 08-29-2008, 03:49 AM   #138
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The new 4000s have No Bumps.
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Old 08-29-2008, 04:15 AM   #139
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what will be the price for shipping to UK for two of the 4000s
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Old 08-29-2008, 06:36 AM   #140
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what will be the price for shipping to UK for two of the 4000s
I don't know the price for shipping to UK but for Greece is 104.69 US$ for two of them.


Guys you're charging so much for shipping.Just check it unless you're not interested for international sales.
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i did post this question here because after checking the international postage price to UK on their web site i start to think that i made a mistake
IT MUST BE A MISTAKE
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Old 08-30-2008, 06:07 AM   #142
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In most cases shipping is around $20 were still working on the international side of the site. Just email us your order and we'll get the total plus shipping.
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what will be the price for shipping to UK for two of the 4000s
$104.69 sounds fair to me...lol jk - email us your order.
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I don't know the price for shipping to UK but for Greece is 104.69 US$ for two of them.


Guys you're charging so much for shipping.Just check it unless you're not interested for international sales.
No Mistake you made
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i did post this question here because after checking the international postage price to UK on their web site i start to think that i made a mistake
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Old 08-30-2008, 06:14 AM   #143
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It is interesting that the new Yeah 4000 battery is actually longer than the ROAR specs of 139mm +0mm and wider than the 47mm +0 maximums. I assume that this means that they would have trouble being legalised?

I have emailed Yeah to confirm that this is actually the correct dimensions.
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Next create-load to arrive state side late this week or early next week.
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What is a create load?

Maybe a crate load
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Old 09-10-2008, 07:24 AM   #146
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It is interesting that the new Yeah 4000 battery is actually longer than the ROAR specs of 139mm +0mm and wider than the 47mm +0 maximums. I assume that this means that they would have trouble being legalised?

I have emailed Yeah to confirm that this is actually the correct dimensions.
Any comment on this ultraline?

If it gets ROAR approved I can see a majority of my club buying them from you as they are scared up the upfront cost of switching to Lipos. This would ease their pain!
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Wish I had an answer for you BSchorr, I have expressed this issue before with Yeah Racing.

Other Clubs and Tracks have been adjusting their rules to allow Yeah racing Lipos because of the high quality cells and construction.

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If it gets ROAR approved I can see a majority of my club buying them from you as they are scared up the upfront cost of switching to Lipos. This would ease their pain!
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Old 09-11-2008, 07:53 PM   #148
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Who cares if they are ROAR approved if you are only club racing Roar changes their mind on everything as soon as a big manufacturer comes out with something . Beginners should not have to buy 100$ batteries to club race.
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I hear ya on that, but when it comes to Lipo's.. To many people have heard horror stories early in the developement use of them. Clubs sees it if ROAR approves it, its good enough for them.
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I have not had a chance to test the Yeah 4000 LiPo's to see if they meet their specifications, and unfortunately I probably won't considering their price and not being a sponsored tester.

I did buy a few of the GE Power 4000 25C and 5000 25C batteries (2 of each, in case I get a bad one) which seem to be exceptionally cheap. They cost me about $33 and $52 each (yep, you do pay a massive premium for those extra 25% capacity of the 5000 over the 4000) and the tests came up well.

Their capacities are 3800 mah and 4900 mah when tested both under a 5C and 25C load and they handled their max continuous load for their complete capacity without getting hot or doing anything else nasty.

Another nice thing with them is they use silicone wire for their balancer tabs and they secure those wires very solidly to the battery itself. I have had 2 balancer wires come off other batteries after extensive use of flexing the wire where they used some cheap stiff wires.

Considering I paid $90 for my ProTek 4000 30C, and testing it against the GE Power 4000 25C both discharged at 100A, the GE maintained 0.2v higher across the discharge and it costs 1/3 of the ProTek.

It would be interesting to see how the Yeah 4000's perform, but I doubt if they would be much better than the GE's, so unless their price drops dramatically I will never find out.
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