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Old 09-18-2009, 11:42 PM   #1
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looking for some input re the DIGITY DESIGN TC3/4 UPGRADE carbon/aluminum kit>>>>>>>>>>>>>.XLR8 V-1

for $90 it appears to be a real nice upgrade for the TC3/4 but you still have to transfer some parts off your old car....LMK what ya think??
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For the most part... yeah. If you don't already have a TC3/4.
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anyone else???? or is it not very popular>?
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If I were to pick one of these up, I'd be more inclined to stick with the V2. If you look at the V1 picture you will notice they are running a 4-2 battery configuration. Unless you are using it for a 4cell application or already have some batteries configured this way, you would have to purchase new packs. Forget about running a standard 2s pack.

If someone has one and can clarify that then the V1 might be worth the $90. If I have to go out and get new packs just to run then the V2 might be better...

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It's a good supstitute to the Team Factory variant of the TC4.
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no wonder they dont sell any, wont even answer thier email
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If I were to pick one of these up, I'd be more inclined to stick with the V2. If you look at the V1 picture you will notice they are running a 4-2 battery configuration. Unless you are using it for a 4cell application or already have some batteries configured this way, you would have to purchase new packs. Forget about running a standard 2s pack.

If someone has one and can clarify that then the V1 might be worth the $90. If I have to go out and get new packs just to run then the V2 might be better...

Just my thoughts...
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