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Old 07-11-2007, 10:35 AM   #16
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syndrome..i think i missed the price? how much are they? also, how well do they fit on top of the 3200 lipo? (positioned width or length wise across the top?)
http://www.maximum-velocity.com/speed_supplies.htm

$19 for 3oz (6 bars).

I used them on my 3200, but I can't remember how many I could get on top. I think I was only able to get 1 wide, 3 long, it was just a little too wide to do 2 side-by-side.

On the Type-R, I was able to line the bottom of the LiPo tray with them, and still fit a 3200 on top of them without any trouble. The 4800, though, was too tall that way, and hit the bulkheads. On the 4800's, I've got them stuck to the top of the battery with thin tape, leaving room so it doesn't hit the bulkhead. I don't like having the weight up high, though. :-\
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$19 for 3oz (6 bars).

I used them on my 3200, but I can't remember how many I could get on top. I think I was only able to get 1 wide, 3 long, it was just a little too wide to do 2 side-by-side.

On the Type-R, I was able to line the bottom of the LiPo tray with them, and still fit a 3200 on top of them without any trouble. The 4800, though, was too tall that way, and hit the bulkheads. On the 4800's, I've got them stuck to the top of the battery with thin tape, leaving room so it doesn't hit the bulkhead. I don't like having the weight up high, though. :-\
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Old 07-11-2007, 10:56 PM   #18
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THANK YOU ALL!

syndrOme, kinda harshin on the jokesters no?
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THANK YOU ALL!

syndrOme, kinda harshin on the jokesters no?
Yea, I'm a hothead when it comes to that sort of thing. Sorry. I apologetically rub my balls on each and every one of you jokesters.
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