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Old 05-02-2008, 08:37 PM   #226
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Any change of getting a lighter side plate? Im using the TC5 plate and my car is heavy to the battery side. Once I balance it on the electronics side Im overweight by about 20g.
I can do that. Let me know the exact weight and I can hit within +/- 3 grams. Also let me know TC5 or Tru Balance engrave. I'm curious as to the battery your using to get over on the battery side with this setup. Also I assume you are using the 2.5oz side and the 3.0oz base??
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I can do that. Let me know the exact weight and I can hit within +/- 3 grams. Also let me know TC5 or Tru Balance engrave. I'm curious as to the battery your using to get over on the battery side with this setup. Also I assume you are using the 2.5oz side and the 3.0oz base??
On the battery side I have a Trakpower 4900, 3.0 base and 2.5 side. On the electronics side I have SP 10.5, SP GT w/ Top Racing Cap, Spektrum Micro w/ Cap, Futaba s9551, stealth PT

I think its the combo of a relatively heavy lipo with lighter/smaller electronics.

Let me get back to you on the exact weight I need. Thanks!
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Old 05-10-2008, 09:08 AM   #228
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Hey Kevin,

Congrats on your Xtreme RC Car Magazine exposure!
Great job and service!
Did I say premium quality too?
Keep it up!


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has anyone tried the tc5 with then new reedy 5000 pack?
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Old 05-11-2008, 05:40 PM   #230
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Congrats on your Xtreme RC Car Magazine exposure!
Great job and service!
Did I say premium quality too?
Keep it up!

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I'm trying.
Keeping ahead of orders is tough at times, but I'm managing. So far with over 200 orders shipped worldwide, 100% satisfaction, zero returns, and zero incorrect orders. Take that China.
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I'm trying.
Keeping ahead of orders is tough at times, but I'm managing. So far with over 200 orders shipped worldwide, 100% satisfaction, zero returns, and zero incorrect orders. Take that China.
I heard that!!!! Congrats on that bro. I still need to get off my lazy rump and get one that will fit in the cyclone. My ex room mate has one for the TC5 and that thing is pimp. Almost made me wish I still ran that car.....LOL
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Old 05-22-2008, 09:23 PM   #232
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I am working a deal with a quality emblem maker to get some of the popular emblems done up to install on the blanks. These really will make that "investment" stand out in the crowd!

Check back in a couple of weeks if interested in the little extra pizzaz...here is a sneak peak.
BTW...that plate is polished not blue...thats what quality polished stainless will do..reflection that is.



BTW...thank you STLNLST ...get errr done!
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Keeping ahead of orders is tough at times, but I'm managing. So far with over 200 orders shipped worldwide, 100% satisfaction, zero returns, and zero incorrect orders. Take that China.

200? then why do i have to buy my own lunch on sundays?? what.
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Old 05-22-2008, 09:58 PM   #234
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200? then why do i have to buy my own lunch on sundays?? what.
Well, in the case of last Sunday you could have had a free lunch if you drove out to Kanaskat Park camping with us. You could have dodged the helicopters attempting to pluck the kayakers from the river that think a raging flooded river is "cool". I spoke to the 45 yo guy that is still missing just before he let out has last words.
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Old 05-23-2008, 11:38 AM   #235
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Hi! Which of your products will be best suited for the BD?

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Verndog, sent you an order.

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Hi! Which of your products will be best suited for the BD?

Thanks!

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I believe that is fairly low clearance top deck from what I've heard, so if you dont have 2.5- 3mm clearance from top
of battery to the top deck, you'll need the 1.2oz base inserts and the 3.0-4.75 universal battery weight.
That combination is working well.

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Verndog, sent you an order.

Thanks!
Dang, just got back from a long day of racing, and you and everyone else is burrying me!

Looks like a late nighter...no complaints...they should all ship tomarrow.
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hey verndog, i will be ordering one of the trays for my 416 Very shortly just wondering with the blank-universal side weight does it inclue all the weights to make it up to 4.75oz?
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hey verndog, i will be ordering one of the trays for my 416 Very shortly just wondering with the blank-universal side weight does it inclue all the weights to make it up to 4.75oz?
Yes it does. The 3.0 oz stainless steel weight, plus an additional 1.75oz of weight (7 .25oz) weights all comes with.
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Thanks, i just placed an order
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