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Old 02-23-2006, 11:32 PM   #1
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Default Bought some SPC batteries. Do i take off the heat shrink?

Hey guys I just bought 4 SPC batteries and it has like a protective heat shrink over it. Am i supposed to take this off? Thanks
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Old 02-25-2006, 04:16 AM   #2
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dude you are such an ass if you are so good like you say in your last posts then you would know that answer. I only wish and i am sure more will agree that if you left this forum we all would not miss you..........
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Hey guys I just bought 4 SPC batteries and it has like a protective heat shrink over it. Am i supposed to take this off? Thanks

Dude if you have a medical or mental condition it would make things alot easier to understand why you post so many stupid and useless threads. We know you have a tricked out mf2 blah blah blah so do half the people on here. Oh yeah i thought you have an MX3 radio.
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I used to have an mx3s acutally. but i upgraded because i only buy the best! Not like other people. you probably still use a xl2p dont you. That is why i am so good.
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If you say you buy the best then why do you still have an m8? WTF do you even have an mf2 for? It seems as though you have such infinite knowledge about everything that you should be able to make your own car.
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lol one question for some of you, if a sign at the beach said shark infested waters would you guys get a running start to jump in or if you are on a safari are you the one that disobeys the dont feed the animals signs and gets out to feed the pack of lions your last sandwich hoping to sneak in a petting session in between lol what im trying to say is that most of you are feeding the hungry beast. wow great work dude huge following i say you probaly are the most popular the whole month of feb on this forum guranteed lmao
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