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Old 01-21-2015, 03:03 PM
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I had my first run in with the web store and I am liking what I see.. now that I can see the parts I bought stuff I didn't even know I needed.
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Jerry P, they don't sell skillz son!!! Hope your hoop is ready come the Nats...hate to see you catch an "L" at your home track
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Hey, anyone have a used or new CF or aluminum chassis you may want to part with? PM me pls.
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Jerry P, they don't sell skillz son!!! Hope your hoop is ready come the Nats...hate to see you catch an "L" at your home track
Don't worry teach, you'll be the only one in the "L" main
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Dan, I'll be using Pagani form now on.
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Just curious how you hold you hold the battery in need some ideas
How do you mean? Do the stock battery holders not work for you?
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Originally Posted by subaru73 View Post
Actually looking to not use them was thinking along the lines of Velcro if that might work
Stick with the battery holders that come with the kit.....never had an issue and they create a solid hold with no movement.

Velcro will give a little shift in weight, no matter how secure
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Your battery will likely fly out every time you hit something if you just use velcro. The stock holders are very solid and easy to use. Get the option aluminum ones if you want something that is 100% failproof. Ive never had a problem with the stock units though
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Originally Posted by geeunit1014 View Post
Your battery will likely fly out every time you hit something if you just use velcro. The stock holders are very solid and easy to use. Get the option aluminum ones if you want something that is 100% failproof. Ive never had a problem with the stock units though
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mike the guy doesn't own Awesomatix...
Own awesomatix

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Own an awesomatix?
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Awesomatix's battery holder is the best innovation I've witnessed for a long time. Easy to adjust the location and of course to attach/detach.

Hope Oleg filed for a patent for it.
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Originally Posted by -jacob- View Post
I call it the nissan GTR of RC's. <- most GTR owners don't refer to their cars as Nissan as there are no Nissan badges on the car at all.

Fixed this for you
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Own awesomatix

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