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Old 10-04-2010, 12:28 PM   #1201
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13th Annual Harvest Classic race e-buggy A main. I qualified 3rd and finished 5th. Very tough competition.
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Old 10-22-2010, 03:37 PM   #1202
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Will the #KRT5-101 and #KRT5-102 fit an Ultima SC-R ?
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Old 11-07-2010, 02:47 PM   #1203
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Will the #KRT5-101 and #KRT5-102 fit an Ultima SC-R ?
Im not 100% sure, but if the SC-R towers are similar to the RT5 towers then I would say yes...
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Old 11-07-2010, 02:57 PM   #1204
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Default NEW - Diggity Designs - Caster Racing S10B Parts

Diggity Designs is proud to announce the release of its custom Carbon Fibre parts made specificly for the Hot and popular Caster Racing 1/10th 4WD S10B buggy. (Front and Rear Shock Towers, Center Brace, Front and Rear Top Plates, Lipo Brace, Battery Straps and Chassis). If you visit our website there is more information, we will also be releasing a custom "offset" chassis conversion in cooperation with Caster racing that will allow racers to run a single stick pack lipo. More info to come. Here are some pics of what has been released:




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Old 11-08-2010, 08:47 AM   #1206
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WOW, LOOKS GREAT
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Old 11-08-2010, 09:52 PM   #1207
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That looks sick

You coming down here to the Buckeye state to run the Midwest Nats in January by chance?
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Old 11-19-2010, 06:17 AM   #1208
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Just picked up a team diggity conversion for my tc4 it's the xlr8-v2 kit and I'm noticing a lot of play in all my aarms is this normal?
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Old 11-30-2010, 03:32 AM   #1209
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That looks sick

You coming down here to the Buckeye state to run the Midwest Nats in January by chance?
Quite possibly, I know that in 2011 we plan on trying to make it to allot more races.
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Just picked up a team diggity conversion for my tc4 it's the xlr8-v2 kit and I'm noticing a lot of play in all my aarms is this normal?
Did you buy a kit directly from us or is this a used kit? The small delrin cone bushing tend to fade after some use and some board hitting. I would recommend buying some replacements to help keep everything solid. There should be just a tiny bit of play but no slop.
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Anyone get the V2 conversion for a TC4 yet? I am really interested in your thoughts. Please PM me with your opinions. I love the shaft drive system but am on the verge of going with a belt drive car.
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Cool XLR8-V2

` Mr. Devil I pm you all the particulars on the conversion kit , they also work great in Trans Am class !

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im running my v2 in the trans am class. picked up my first a main win with the car last night. the car is great my only issue is with the motor mount. i wish they would make a new mount with more slide. when i emailed them about this issue there answer was buy a tekin esc and use boost. my track rules are aggent boost esc's im running a 69 tooth spur with a 37 tooth pin and thats the biggest i can get on there. any help would be great. picking up the a main win the 2nd time out with this car was great.
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im running my v2 in the trans am class. picked up my first a main win with the car last night. the car is great my only issue is with the motor mount. i wish they would make a new mount with more slide. when i emailed them about this issue there answer was buy a tekin esc and use boost. my track rules are aggent boost esc's im running a 69 tooth spur with a 37 tooth pin and thats the biggest i can get on there. any help would be great. picking up the a main win the 2nd time out with this car was great.
As of now there are no plans to produce a new motor mount. If you are and can be a little bit of a hobbyist, then I would recommend using a dremel and grinding out enough of the slot in the motor mount to get a couple more teeth on the motor. I know of a couple drivers that have suggested this to me. Thought Ide let you know.

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I know that the GV2 and GV2-T kits are not the most popular but I do know that allot of guys are still racing them. Its been along time but we have finally produced some 4mm front and rear shock towers along with a 3mm battery strap for the GV2-T. Some pictures below as well as the link to the parts page:

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