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Old 03-29-2004, 06:46 PM
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i ran the Diggity Designs drive shaft in my Warpspeed TC3 at the roar onroad nats in touring mod with no wear. just wanted to get some feedback on how everybody likes it.
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Checked out your shaft (no not that one, you perv) at the nats and I thought it looked pretty sweet. Say hi to Shelly
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i bought one and just installed it.while i have not run it yet i like the workmanship and fit.it also removed a good amount of rotating weight so it cant do anything but help.overall i am very pleased and recomend them to all.
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Where can i get hold of one
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Originally posted by ottoman
Checked out your shaft (no not that one, you perv) at the nats and I thought it looked pretty sweet. Say hi to Shelly
Should he say Hi to her Boy Friend too? haha.

Or should i just give the message for u?


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Where can i get hold of one
contact damon at [email protected]
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Originally posted by Apl Hed
i ran the Diggity Designs drive shaft in my Warpspeed TC3 at the roar onroad nats in touring mod with no wear. just wanted to get some feedback on how everybody likes it.

Whats up Aps? Good work at nats. Cya this summer.
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Old 03-30-2004, 04:08 AM
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yeah i id ok, didnt get last anyway. just got my warpspeed car on tues, built it in the car on the way to the nats, jesse will vouche, i wrenched on that car 24/7. got it dialed a little too late. but its good for the next high traction race.

if you cant get through to [email protected]
you can e-mail me at: [email protected] and ill make sure he gets the message.

my shaft held up very well at the nats and let me tell ya i hit the boards alot while i was dialing my car in.

lots of good things to come from Diggity Designs.
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sorry for the confusion, [email protected] is an e-mail not a web site. sorry no web sight as of yet, but its coming soon. thanx
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Anyone have a picture of the shaft and how much it weights etc?
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we dont have an exact weight as of yet, but when we do ill post it. walter henderson weighed the shaft and lay shafts and said they were a 1/2 oz lighter than just an aluminum shaft with no lay shafts or cups. also there will be a picture of the shaft, servo mounts, and regular lay shafts in the RC DRIVER magazine coming out in may or june's issue. but right now we dont have any pictures, sorry. im getting nothing but thumbs up so far
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Problem there is, i cant get the mag as im on the other side of the pond . How does the aluminum shaft compare to the standard graphite one which i am running now?
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i know one thing, diggity's shaft does not twist so you get punch out of the hole and great cornering speed. walter henderson ran it at the roar nats, mike blackstock has one, barry baker has 2 of them. i went to the nats w/ six sets and sold out in 1 1/2 days. its a great design. if you want more info e-mail diggity at:

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thumbs up too, Damon Seems like a Real cool guy. I heard the shaft gives you alot more Punch. Its noticeable too, I think Damon Made a great Product. Won't Impress me if it hits the market and hes sold out on back-order.
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