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Old 07-31-2006, 06:57 AM   #106
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That looks pretty sweet.

On a side note, check your e-mail!
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Old 07-31-2006, 07:06 AM   #107
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Just wanted to post some pics of the new prototype D12 V2 that will be available this fall. The new battery brace/top plate allows the use of 2 CEFX dampeners or you can use 2 side shocks. The bottom and top pod plates are both redesigned along with a skinnier chassis, shorter lower links to allow mounting the electronics farther to the rear and the chassis has both mounting holes for either size front body posts. The kit will be available only in black at first but then in this silver.





looks good but how much work is it to change batteries? its a bit narrow too.
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Old 07-31-2006, 07:34 AM   #108
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Damon,

The new revisions look good. Keep me informed on avail.

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Old 07-31-2006, 11:37 AM   #109
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looks good but how much work is it to change batteries? its a bit narrow too.
Its not hard, you just have to pop one side of each ball cup for the dampeners and the shock then its three little crews beats tapeing, on the first edition D12 it worked the same way, it gets to be a habit....narrow means better handling in the corners, and you might not be able to run big electronics but who does in 12th anymore anyway?

Oppie: I will keep you informed, are you going to cleveland this year?

Bill: Getting yours together to ship this week I hope...
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Yes, I plan on being there unless something changes.
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Narrow is better. I can attest to the fact that taking batteries in and out of the car becomes like tying your shoe. Beats the hell out of taping anyday.

Damon: My green GT7 will look great on that chassis....just kiddin' bro.
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Narrow is better. I can attest to the fact that taking batteries in and out of the car becomes like tying your shoe. Beats the hell out of taping anyday.

Damon: My green GT7 will look great on that chassis....just kiddin' bro.

Hmmm... Green Yeah I hope you decide to change the color (better doodad that right away)

Oppie: We will have to hook up before Cleveland so you can take the D12 V2 to the A main
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Just wanted to make sure you received the M.O. I sent out to you last week. Never heard anything from you. If there is a better e-mail address to contact you just let me know. Hope to be able to run the car this weekend. Thanks.
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Old 07-31-2006, 06:45 PM   #114
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Hmmm... Green Yeah I hope you decide to change the color (better doodad that right away)

Oppie: We will have to hook up before Cleveland so you can take the D12 V2 to the A main

have you ever had any issues with steering on your new car?from the looks of it,the batteries extend pretty far forward on the car.i would think there would be a lack of weight transfer to the front of the car under deceleration creating alot of push going into corners.it just seems that alot of other companies are trying to move weight as far back as possible in 1/12th.im not knocking your design,im just curious
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helllo marcos,

running the d12 ver.1 for a few months there is no lack of steering into or exiting or through the middle for that fact . the car really carries more speed than any othere 1/12 scale to date quaranteed at least with my setup lol j/k it is a very good design in that it does rotate extremmely well with no scrubbing at all an i do seem to notice my batteries andd motors run cooler because threre is no scrubbing
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Damon: New 12th scale looks great!!! might actually consider on buying one now!!! hope to see ya around Riders some time.

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helllo marcos,

running the d12 ver.1 for a few months there is no lack of steering into or exiting or through the middle for that fact . the car really carries more speed than any othere 1/12 scale to date quaranteed at least with my setup lol j/k it is a very good design in that it does rotate extremmely well with no scrubbing at all an i do seem to notice my batteries andd motors run cooler because threre is no scrubbing
what does the version 1 look like?
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go back to the start of the thread pics of mine and McGreevy.

but look under the diggity designs website


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what does the version 1 look like?
Here are a couple pics of the D12 V1 (version 1):



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Can you please just respond to one of my posts or answer my e-mail? All I want is to confirm you received my payment. Makes me wonder when you keep skipping over me.
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