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Old 07-19-2014, 06:01 AM   #16
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Skyrc also manufactures things for a lot of other company's and I hate to say it but the g force is a skyrc but rebranded for g force by skyrc. But either way beaker on rctech.net is the us distributor for skyrc and discountrcstore.com sells these as well.
Contacted the manufacture to verify this and it seems to be true.
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Well, one to see if they are the same is to open both up and compare.
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Well, one to see if they are the same is to open both up and compare.
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I've had my skyrc unit for a few months now and have loved it. Well worth it. But would suggest going thru discountrcstore.com as they would take care of you incase of issues plus they are just an awesome shop
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Contacted the manufacture to verify this and it seems to be true.
Not that I know, but there seems to be a difference of opinion

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