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Old 01-20-2005, 09:10 AM   #61
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@Pony klr: We will send you some of those packs, I wish you a lifetime supply of batteries! Send me a PM!

@ TCR: Just use them at the track! This is what Atsushi and Marc used at DHI..... Actually I gave them 442/1.195 for qualifying.
Send the packs to me. I was the one defending the honor of Team Orion and getting the crap beat out of me
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Old 01-20-2005, 09:12 AM   #62
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[. The performance of the pack will still be the same. [/B][/QUOTE]




Danny dont change a thing we support you 100%
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Old 01-20-2005, 09:19 AM   #63
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I think I'd rather stab myself in the eye with a swaybar and wash it out with Paragon before ever getting into the battery business again.

I thought it was bad BEFORE the internet.
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Old 01-20-2005, 09:21 AM   #64
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that freckin funny!!!!!!!!!! i just placed my order for 100 turbo matchers and 50 cases of rc 2000 sanyos im gonna do something diffrent!!!! maybe a couple cases of 1700 sce s
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Old 01-20-2005, 09:24 AM   #65
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Nah. The safer way to go is to sell colored body clips and servo tape.

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Old 01-20-2005, 09:25 AM   #66
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im gonna start a retro class !
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Old 01-20-2005, 02:56 PM   #67
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Since racing results seem to be important to some then Josh Cyrul won the ROAR Carpet Nats in MOd sedan, 12th scale Mod , Mod Sedan at the Cleveland Witner Champs. Ralph Burch won mod sedan at the Snwobirds and Novak race. Both racers were using our 35 amp matched GP3300s part number 3506MOD.


I have always been one to try and be helpful and I come on these boards to give my point of view. The reason I stopped on this particular thread is because SMC was mentioned. I just wanted to point a few things out concerning numbers.

We have had great results with our 35 amp packs and Orion also has great results with the way they match there packs we can't argue about this. Like I said in one of my earlier posts maybe it's time for SMC to change the way we setup the machine to make the numbers look more like some of our competitors. The performance of the pack will still be the same.
This is nothing new but I work part time at a hobby shop. We have Lots of Batteries in stock, at least 3 packs of each company. And the average Joe will just look at the label to see what pack has the highest Numbers for Amps, Runtime and IR and get that pack. When I have gotten Batteries from Danny and I cycled them, the Numbers I get are damn close to what they say on the packs using my turbo 35. I have cycled packs for friends from other battery companies at the track and the numbers are really not as close to what the labels state.

I guess Danny if you want to sell more Batteries you might want to fudge the numbers a bit. I dont think you will do this cause you got to be true to yourself and your Company.

PS Think you can send me a pack 1.29 620 RT and .2 IR.

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Send the packs to me. I was the one defending the honor of Team Orion and getting the crap beat out of me
And now you want to get paid?
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Old 01-22-2005, 12:04 PM   #69
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Every matcher will try to sell their product, they all have their own matching method and selling point. They all say their product are the best , how they will fly....babababa.

So, as a customer, you choose whatever you feel the best for you.

Since i used to carry SMC in our shop, they have good stuff, but the way that Danny doing business, i don't want to say about it.

Right now, i am more tahn happy to carry Pro MAtch, PEak and Team Orion batteries at our shop. Although many people will say about them, but I feel comfortable to dealing with them than dealing with Danny.
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Was that English?
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Mr Sharpe-if i speak another kind of language, would you smart enough to undersatand?
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So, as a customer, you choose whatever you feel the best for you.
Good statement
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the true: What is your problem with me ? I do whatever is best for my company and my customers. I can't say that i'm perfect but for you to bash me without using your real name is pretty lame.
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Mr Sharpe-if i speak another kind of language, would you smart enough to undersatand?
Of course, just as long as it's either piglatin or spanglish.
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Old 01-23-2005, 12:54 PM   #75
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i recently purchased a pack of peak worlds sp cells. the numbers are runtime=433 av volts=1.199.

when compared with my smc cells (398sec 1.174) which i bought for 15 second hand, they are crap!!!!!!

smc cells are very punchy!!!!!!!!!
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