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Old 10-27-2005, 02:07 AM   #1726
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Check out the site guys....


We are running a big sale on IB3800 packs.....we have some SICK SICK numbers. I want to get our cells out there, as they are some of the best packs. SMC matches them for us and they just keep getting better and better, that I had to add a new voltage....1.2X at 35 amps! Thats a 1.215 cell or BETTER at 30 amps....

And the prices, well, lets just say they are among the cheapest on the net, but no sacrifice in quality.

Also....a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT in the next few days......stay tuned.

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Old 10-27-2005, 09:02 AM   #1727
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WOW... Those batteries number and also the price are sick.
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Old 10-27-2005, 10:48 AM   #1728
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hey just wanted to say how much i am enjoying these motors igot for the first time from team brood.. I ran two of the motors last night and they were awesome..... Now that i know the estimated lead time, i wont hesitate to get motors again from you guys.
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Old 10-27-2005, 02:03 PM   #1729
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I ordered some today with a couple other things, we'll see how good the batts are next weekend!
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Old 10-28-2005, 08:07 AM   #1730
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Hi, Eddie. You receive my email? Thanks
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Old 10-28-2005, 12:16 PM   #1731
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I did send you mail to..

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Old 10-29-2005, 02:44 AM   #1732
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We still have some stuff in stock, though we have been hit pretty hard with orders...

I've taken a look around the net.....our prices really kill anything out there....with the quality being second to none....



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Old 10-29-2005, 08:56 AM   #1733
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I have some problem from the website after when I click checkout... Please help. Thanks
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Old 10-30-2005, 09:58 PM   #1734
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I was looking at your website and was curious what is the difference between -Super-Stock 3800s Limited Factory Team 1.20+ 390+ 4-Cell and Super-Mod 3800s Limited Factory Team 1.20+ 405+ 4-Cell? Since I run stock maybe once in awhile 19 turn if I got the Super-Mod 3800s Limited Factory Team 1.20+ 405+ 4-Cell what's the difference. Damn I wish I saw this before tonight so I could have asked this question in person today.
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if you look on the website again they give you a breakdown on the 35amp to 30amp reading. You should have more than enough runtime with a 380sec pack discharged at 35amps.
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Old 10-30-2005, 10:54 PM   #1736
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I was looking at your website and was curious what is the difference between -Super-Stock 3800s Limited Factory Team 1.20+ 390+ 4-Cell and Super-Mod 3800s Limited Factory Team 1.20+ 405+ 4-Cell? Since I run stock maybe once in awhile 19 turn if I got the Super-Mod 3800s Limited Factory Team 1.20+ 405+ 4-Cell what's the difference. Damn I wish I saw this before tonight so I could have asked this question in person today.
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I'm not sure about the run time your reading,,But anyway you want to get the lower #IR cells for stock......The lower # IR is better for stock ,you'll get more punch and the higher #IR , will give you the more run time....
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Old 10-30-2005, 11:36 PM   #1737
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what would you recomend for a tight track for 4wd OFFROAD, running mod

Was thinking a Reedy Ti based 10x4??

WHat would you suggest??
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do you guys have p2k2's in stock .
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Old 10-31-2005, 09:28 AM   #1739
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Number 11....

Superstock packs have runtime from 380-400....( I am actually changing the specs)

Super-Mod packs have runtime from 401-420....(Specs going down to 400)....

If you are running stock and 19t....the superstock stuff is perfect.

As for the IR....its all low, doesn't matter which packs you buy......its all 1.7-2.1.....crazy crazy low.


Britracer, if its a tight track, I certainly wouldn not run a 10x4....would spool up to slow and you don't need the top end from all that wire. I would use a 10x2.....I like the cobalts or the Kr for offroad......cobalts seem to run cooler though, plus they work well with the long lasting xxx brushes....

Rcfreak, yes, we have the p2k2 in stock...


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if you look on the website again they give you a breakdown on the 35amp to 30amp reading. You should have more than enough runtime with a 380sec pack discharged at 35amps.
Yeah I missed that thanks for the heads up.
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