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Old 08-09-2008, 04:23 PM   #16
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idk if the YEAH packs are but im pretty sure damon is or did send this in for ROAR approval
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Old 08-09-2008, 04:47 PM   #17
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I doubt anyone would stand behind the Yeah racing packs for $40 shipped, but companies like Core and Diggity are here in the states and will back theirs.

I don't know how Diggity could sell them at $45 and have it be worthwhile, let alone try to include shipping at that price. If they have to sell barely above cost, there is no point in doing it.

I have the Core 3250s and they are good packs. Assuming the Diggitys are the same I think they are a good buy at $50-60
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Old 08-09-2008, 05:22 PM   #18
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man you guys can take the customer support end of this to the garbage can.go look at the thread on the electric on road page and read where yeah has not only provided support,BUT also made it right with people that have experienced problems.besides, I have put the 6 I have through hell this outdoor dirt season with no problems, issues , or need for customer support. That being the case i cant see spending an extra $20.00 a battery because someone can order a batch of new labels from their local printer.so that being said, if Damon can get in the same ballpark cost wise for what IS the same product then it's worth it for me to buy the next 6 I buy from him, other wise it's order via hong kong airmail for me man.
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Old 08-09-2008, 05:41 PM   #19
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Hey that pack looks nice. I already own all your products for my GV2 and alot of stuff for my SBV2 Pro that I have not ran yet. Might have to give your lipo pack a try.
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Same box as Team Checkpoint lipo's too
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If it were like 30c i would MAYBE buy one, but seeing as its only 20c.. thats another story...
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diggity is a good friend of mine, and he allways stands behind all his killer products. nice lipos diggs

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You guys should be happy that one of our fellow racers is doing this. If you don't like his pricing or have something negative to say....then don't bash his thread. I think that $45 is dirt cheap and don't see how someone could want it to be better priced then that. I can tell you that Diggity Designs will not be getting rich off of these lipo's, so please try to support him and i think he has done a big thing by dropping the price to 45.

Once again, great job Damon.
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For 45 $ shipped i'v got a 4300 mah lipo, not harcased, but battery tray act as a nice enclosure.



Who care about the brand, the most important is ratio performance/price if it's good then go for it.
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1984 called, it wants it's receiver back

Just joking but man is that a big RX or what?
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Dude!!!

1984 called, it wants it's receiver back

Just joking but man is that a big RX or what?
LOL.. I didnt notice that the first time I looked at this pic..
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diggity is a good friend of mine, and he allways stands behind all his killer products. nice lipos diggs

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Thank you sir.. no wait, I mean Reggie!!

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You guys should be happy that one of our fellow racers is doing this. If you don't like his pricing or have something negative to say....then don't bash his thread. I think that $45 is dirt cheap and don't see how someone could want it to be better priced then that. I can tell you that Diggity Designs will not be getting rich off of these lipo's, so please try to support him and i think he has done a big thing by dropping the price to 45.

Once again, great job Damon.
Adrian, thanks man... Totally correct, not getting rich off these at all, not even close. Thought about bringing in a good quality cheap lipo that guys can use for anything and not have to spend their whole paycheck - great for practice packs so you dont have to abuse your good racing packs! We have more Lipo's coming soon with larger mAh and C ratings so keep a look out.

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Same box as Team Checkpoint lipo's too
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If it were like 30c i would MAYBE buy one, but seeing as its only 20c.. thats another story...
A box is a box, most of the time it goes in the garbage or gets burned On the larger C rating and mAh, we have more coming soon!
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Diggs had STACKS of those boxes before LiPo's were even being widely used. Good stuff, Damon.
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Dude!!!

1984 called, it wants it's receiver back

Just joking but man is that a big RX or what?
This receivers used to sit in a RC helicopter. It's a Multiplex RX7 IPD.

It's a 7 channel synthetised receiver with integrated Failsafe and error correction.
It's big only because you need that size in order to fit the seven slot for servos.

I did use my helicopter radio to drive this aswell.
Local drive call it the fishing rod because the antenna is very very long.

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This receivers used to sit in a RC helicopter. It's a Multiplex RX7 IPD.

It's a 7 channel synthetised receiver with integrated Failsafe and error correction.
It's big only because you need that size in order to fit the seven slot for servos.

I did use my helicopter radio to drive this aswell.
Local drive call it the fishing rod because the antenna is very very long.

Yeah, I thought that is what it was, just had to make a funny. We have a couple at the feild that use that radio. If I remeber correctly they have modules so they can use it with just about any receiver.
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