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Old 01-22-2008, 06:42 PM   #16
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Very nice, I still love my old CD12.
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what is a "Diggs".
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Someone that makes cameo appearances in Grand Rapids from time to time.
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You coming to race this weekend? I wouldn't mind taking a closer
look at that new ride. Might sway me to part with my CEFX!
Hey John: Yep, Im planning on it, I see all the 13.5 drivers are now running 17.5- geez what am I supposed to bring when I come, it changes from week to week Yeah take a look, the car is really easy to drive and its almost built like a tank so it doesnt tweak on ya!!
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what is a "Diggs".
Thats the nickname I was given in HS.. "Digs" "Diggs" or "Diggity".. Dont ask me how that came to be, but it stuck!!
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Very nice, I still love my old CD12.
Hey Karl, long time no hear! Im glad you are still dialed with the CD12, that ride is great along with the 3D12. The new 3Do8 and soon to be CDo8 is mainly aimed toward brushless racing!...
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Thats the nickname I was given in HS.. "Digs" "Diggs" or "Diggity".. Dont ask me how that came to be, but it stuck!!

Diggin too much snow out in the winter? hehehe
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Diggin too much snow out in the winter? hehehe
LOL, no crap... I hate this stuff....

Its a little more about that old song - No Diggity, No doubt and how they say got to bag it up (as in getting the jimmy hat on)... lol
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How bout making a chassis to fit Two A123 cells?
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Old 01-27-2008, 03:20 PM   #25
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This is the kind of chassis I've been looking for to get into 12th scale. Very nice!
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If you scroll up, a week ago, I said I should get around to trying one of these... On that note.

Here's a little love for the Diggity thread.

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If you scroll up, a week ago, I said I should get around to trying one of these... On that note.

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is the esc wired up with 18g wire?
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is the esc wired up with 18g wire?
16 gauge. Although I haven't tried it, I'm sure 18 would be fine.
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Got about 10 packs through it. I kinda like it.
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Out of the box, what's the biggest difference in feel? I love how the car is completely different from the current standard. I'm casually shopping for a 12th scale and want to be open minded to this design. I'm far from being a savy 12th racer. Would this be difficult to adjust to?
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