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Old 04-16-2004, 09:25 PM   #1
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Default Integy team starter box

Anyone use one of these?
they look pretty nice, and a good price too.
http://integy.automated-shops.com/cg...34104221536.df

I will be using it on my V one RR.
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Old 04-16-2004, 09:30 PM   #2
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Looks kinda weak with its plastic casing.

Instead, I recommend the Ofna Pink 12v Starter Box.

Are you starting up a new engine? Then the Ofna Pink box will be perfect for it.
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I have to agree the ofna starter box is much better...................
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Here's the link http://acehardwarehobbies.com/2.2/ca...8f44a0d83d5fe1

this is the one DOMOisCOOL is talking about...............
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Yep, exactly that one. Much better in the long run!
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No, not a new engine, but I like the plastic casing, smaller, lighter, etc. It doesn't really effect the performance, I wouldn't think. The ofna boxes are butt ugly
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No, not a new engine, but I like the plastic casing, smaller, lighter, etc. It doesn't really effect the performance, I wouldn't think. The ofna boxes are butt ugly
Go the smaller 1/10 ofna starter box. I love mine. Although people don't like the dual motors I replaced mine with tritan motors and blam..... There's enough torque to start a 1/8 buggy. I don't like the plastic I don't think they'll last as long. Starter boxes have to be pratical and heck you want your V one RR to look good not your starter box. But it's on you... go with you like.....Just my 2 cents.............

BTW-are you going to convert your RR to an evo????
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Go the smaller 1/10 ofna starter box. I love mine. Although people don't like the dual motors I replaced mine with tritan motors and blam..... There's enough torque to start a 1/8 buggy. I don't like the plastic I don't think they'll last as long. Starter boxes have to be pratical and heck you want your V one RR to look good not your starter box. But it's on you... go with you like.....Just my 2 cents.............

BTW-are you going to convert your RR to an evo????
Nitro pimp where can I find a trian motor??

thanks Jason
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Nitro pimp where can I find a trian motor??

thanks Jason
They come with the Traxxas Emaxx. Try www.towerhobbies.com
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Here ya go!

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXXF54&P=7

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Ohhh my bad they're Titan motors........ Anyway this is what my starter box looks like with the Titan motors.....
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Here's what a stock ofna starter box has................ I'm not sure what kind of motors are but at the time I needed a box that had enough torque to start my 1/8 and 1/10 and I my LHS told me to try the Titan motors........ No regret..... As matter of fact I have an extra stock ofna 1/10 dual motor box looks new.. if you're interested in it PM me:............
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Hehe.. nice solder glob! I think the car already is the evo version, have to look at it once I get it. I'm gonna go with the integy one, it's cheaper and has one 750 motor.
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Nitropimp, PM me back about the box.

Have you weighed it and compared it to a weight of the Ofna Pink/Ofna Blue 12v boxes?

Are you using a 12v gel cell?
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Hehe.. nice solder glob! I think the car already is the evo version, have to look at it once I get it. I'm gonna go with the integy one, it's cheaper and has one 750 motor.
It's actually not soder glob it' some other kind of funk..... Wow if it's an Evo you got a good deal. Good luck with the Integy .....let's us know how good it is.... And let us know when you get your car...

this was my ebay find................http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...EBWN%3AIT&rd=1

The servo's were crap but other than that the car was great....
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