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Old 07-27-2005, 04:15 PM   #16
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100 pounds for a GT7? That seems really high (equivalent of $175 US). I have the GT7 and really like it (smoother than my LRP 7.1), but not 100 pounds worth. I would check into buying from a US retailer that will ship overseas.
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Old 07-27-2005, 05:54 PM   #17
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Thats because all RC stuff in the UK is double the price of yours, thus why we buy from your country
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Old 07-27-2005, 06:10 PM   #18
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Im with you on that, they just slap a big pound sign on whatever you are charging in dollars... ie. Yokomo BD.. 350 = $610.......

nvm eh, i got my BD from speedtech for 220 including shipping

The GM SX9 is a good speedo.... i think you can get them for around 80 try searching ebay for an mtroniks cirrus, i saw one sell for 50 the other day, brand new.
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Old 07-27-2005, 06:26 PM   #19
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KO PROPO VFS-2000J is $80 what would you guys think of it, the highest IM willing to spend is 45quid which is about $80 but do KO have good customer service as being in the uk if itrs broke im pretty buggered.
crow.. not sure how your service is in the UK... but the VFS-2000 is a very capable esc. but if you run a lot of MOD. i highly suggest the VFS-1 or VFS-2 since they have throttle frequencies with more adjustability. there's a link for both ESCs in my signature. check out if you need more info.
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Quantum Pro Sport Small enough and can handle up to 8turn motors
Just add capacitors to give it that UUuuummmphhh!!!!

Nosram Dominator: same as QUantum Pro Sport and has the same foot print, but can only handle motors up to 11t

You can always buy the best now, if you have the money! For me get the GTX by Novak!!!
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