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Old 08-11-2008, 06:16 PM   #46
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OK someone won that I guess. Hugs all around.......
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Old 08-11-2008, 06:33 PM   #47
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Sorry yoke nobody calls me a liar , or an idiot unless they are prepared to put up or shut up, and since I put up my points are proven and valid, so I see no need for me to say any more . Also every body got to see from the tekin prez that there is a proper way to do business.
I definitely understand what you mean and I think He has to apologize for that...I believe He will
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why is everybody hating?

it is awesome that somebody else is getting these packs approved so more people who run at a track that enforces ROAR rules to run them!

I'll gladly spend the extra 10 bucks for that!

If you don't like that, get the yeah racing pack, save the couple bucks (who the f*** needs 6 lipos anyway?), don't race anywhere that runs by roar rules, and have a jolly old time.

simple as that.
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Old 08-11-2008, 07:00 PM   #49
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someone who runs 2 classes and their 12 year old also runs 2 classes. Thats 4 batteries per round of qualifying and 2 on the chargers. Also the yeah packs are also being submitted for approval as soon as they release their high capacity4800 li-po.That way they can send all 3 packs for approval (3200,3600, and 4800)
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someone who runs 2 classes and their 12 year old also runs 2 classes. Thats 4 batteries per round of qualifying and 2 on the chargers. Also the yeah packs are also being submitted for approval as soon as they release their high capacity4800 li-po.That way they can send all 3 packs for approval (3200,3600, and 4800)
good deal then.
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Old 08-11-2008, 07:15 PM   #51
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WOW, Im just trying to show off that Diggity Designs is selling a 3200 pack and look at the replies I get... Amazing, but not surprising coming from unchartered RCTech land!! Thanks to those who have given us support!!
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Old 08-11-2008, 07:37 PM   #52
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WOW, Im just trying to show off that Diggity Designs is selling a 3200 pack and look at the replies I get... Amazing, but not surprising coming from unchartered RCTech land!! Thanks to those who have given us support!!
I wouldn't worry much about it. Always someone that is not happy or wants to cause a problem on anothers thread. Only bad thing is I have to read the BS to get to what I want to look at.
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Old 08-11-2008, 07:58 PM   #53
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Yep, I'll have to agree with wyd, this is a great site, especially if you like drama!
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Old 08-11-2008, 09:32 PM   #54
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I just want to thank Damon for bringing some decent, affordable batteries into the STATES. I have always enjoyed your products.

All the other tools like 2wdmod can ship their money off to Hong Kong, but for a couple dollars extra I don't mind helping out local economy and families.

I don't post much on this site, mainly because of knobs like cannon and 2wd and all the other RC car geeks doing their thing.
Gotta love it.

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Good post Mexi Someone needs to taech you the economics on this situation

Diggity batteries are made in China so the money is sent to China. The only money that stays in the USA is the extra that you are being charged ..

So hardly different to buying from Hong Kong
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Hey diggity designs, i actually have a post that isn't BS whiny nonesense.

have you guys considered going with the 4000 mah yet?

just saying due to weight requirements and all, because for a person like me it would be really hard making weight with a 3200.
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The 4000 pack of that design has been rejigged to being only a 3600 pack becuase of a production mistake.

There is no date on or if there will be a release of a 4000 pack in that shape
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Hey diggity designs, i actually have a post that isn't BS whiny nonesense.

have you guys considered going with the 4000 mah yet?

just saying due to weight requirements and all, because for a person like me it would be really hard making weight with a 3200.
Our next battery will be a 5300 mAh 25C 2S2P, comes in a hard case and doesnt have wires, its also heavier and should pass ROAR approval fast!. Being a 2S2P means you can charge these things up to 10.6 amps although I wouldnt... These packs are not in the states yet and no other company is selling them, so I dont have to deal with all this.. We should have these within a month or so, so keep an eye out!

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Guys don't shoot on Diggity. Have a look on this:
http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/rc-lip...l?cPath=52_973

For 69.00 $
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I have an off-drama topic question for Diggity... I see you are making the claim just like SMC about "being cycled on a GFX" and all that, but besides SMC themselves where have you even heard that cycling lipos is okay? Every premium cell manufacturer that I can that can think of, Kokam and Enerland specifically, positively recommend against cycling lipos as it doesn't add anything to them other than degrading their life cycle. So how many times are you cycling these and for what reason?
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