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Old 08-01-2010, 01:51 PM   #61
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Pre-order your CVD's now at www.litemodz.com.
Are those prices for a full set of 4 or just pairs?
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Old 08-01-2010, 01:56 PM   #62
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$138 for front and rear isn't bad at all...considering the CVDs for the Corally are $47.95 a pair from Corally, or a bit less expensive at Stormer. Considering I am thinking on getting the steel bones for the front of my Corally the price comes out only $20 less than the Litemodz ones. Still I need to figure out a way to get the steel blades on the Litemods if the pin is not removable. I'm finding the stock plastic ones get tore up with the spools really fast.
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Old 08-01-2010, 01:58 PM   #63
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Are those prices for a full set of 4 or just pairs?
Doh, not looking hard enough.

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Old 08-01-2010, 01:59 PM   #64
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Are those prices for a full set of 4 or just pairs?
Pretty sure the link above is for front and back full set judging by the text above when you click details.
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Old 08-01-2010, 02:02 PM   #65
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Ignore above mate. Must have been typing at the same time
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Also what is the difference between the regular one for the Corally and the Option one?
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Old 08-01-2010, 02:06 PM   #67
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$138 for front and rear isn't bad at all...
Nearly 90 quid!!!! Am I the only one who thinks the RC world has gone mad?
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Nearly 90 quid!!!! Am I the only one who thinks the RC world has gone mad?
If you read the rest of my post you'll see that the normal replacement ones are nearly $50 a pair. Given how much more difficult to manufacture these are than the normal CVD they are going to be more expensive. So $138 for a full set vs $100 for a full set isn't all that bad.
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Nearly 90 quid!!!! Am I the only one who thinks the RC world has gone mad?
No mate, didnt want to be the one to say it but I agree they would have to do something very speical for that price.
I dont doubt a lot of time and work has gone into build and design so that money has to get recouped somewhere.

Maybe just go for the fronts for starters then

I take that back. Just checked and full set of stock ones for the photon would cost 65.00 so thats not far off really.
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If you read the rest of my post you'll see that the normal replacement ones are nearly $50 a pair. Given how much more difficult to manufacture these are than the normal CVD they are going to be more expensive. So $138 for a full set vs $100 for a full set isn't all that bad.
Where do you see $138? When I do the currency conversion on their website the price is $110.74. Are you including shipping?
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Ah...I did the currency conversion from another site. Looks like the conversion rate at Litemodz is out of date.
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I'll check in the morning. Sorry for the confusion.
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Old 08-01-2010, 02:52 PM   #73
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Will these new cvs drive shafts work in the same way as the xray ecs driveshafts ??
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Will these new cvs drive shafts work in the same way as the xray ecs driveshafts ??
No, they should be better.
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Thanks, Wingracer you beat me to it
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