August 9, 2016

Diggity Designs B6 Performance Line CF options

Diggity Designs B6 Performance Line CF options

Coming from Diggity Designs is the Performance Line range of carbon fibre option parts for the Team Associated B6 series of buggies. All products are machined from US-sourced quasi carbon fibre material and the range includes 2.5mm battery straps, 2.5mm steering knuckle arms, as well as 4mm straight and gull wing arms front shock towers and also 4mm standard and long-type rear shock towers.

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January 18, 2014

Diggity Designs Rebel 12 battery holder

Diggity Designs Rebel 12 battery holder

New for the Top Racing Rebel 12 from Diggity Designs is this 2mm carbon fibre o-ring battery holder. This holder allows the racer to use an o-ring to hold the battery in place, replacing the need for tape. The holder floats on its own plain and does not tweak the chassis or side spring plate and two possible positions can be used. The set includes holder, hardware and o-ring.

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July 5, 2013

Diggity Designs DC4 conversion kit

Diggity Designs DC4 conversion kit

The Diggity Designs DC4 conversion kit for Team Associated’s ‘near vintage’ TC4 optimises the use of LiPo batteries and brushless motors by relocating and centralising the battery and electronics closely to the centreline. A new suspension geometry via redesigned shock towers and a lower centre of gravity helps to improve traction and handling as does the tweak free floating servo mount. Narrower and thinner chassis and top plate provides maximum traction on low traction conditions as well as maintaining stability under high traction conditions. The kit targets VTA and USGT racers with the car also being useable in today’s sedan mod and stock classes. Hard and soft chassis and top plates are available as tuning options. The kits is limited to 50 pieces with labelled chassis and kit boxes.

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May 18, 2013

Diggity Designs DX12 transverse chassis kit

Diggity Designs DX12 transverse chassis kit

Diggity Designs introduce the DX12 transverse chassis conversion kit for the Xray X12 car. The set allows the racer to run the X12 in transverse battery configuration and locates the shock forward by .250″. The chassis also has a 3mm narrower front end. Designed for the use in 13.5T and 17.5T spec racing classes but the converted car will work in modified classes as well. Included are a new 2.5mm chassis, 2.5mm upper pod plate, 3mm tweak plate, O-ring and a long ball cup for the shock absorber.

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October 30, 2012

Diggity Designs RB6 options parts

Diggity Designs release a load of option parts for Kyosho’s new RB6 2WD buggy. Available are a 4mm carbon fibre front shock tower, 2.5mm battery strap and 2.5mm carbon fibre battery strap holder and receiver mount. Also available are carbon fibre battery brace kits for rear and mid motor configuration and also kits containing the battery strap and one battery brace or a full set including strap, ESC/RX mount and two battery braces.

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June 1, 2009

Diggity Designs XLR8-V2 Conversion

Diggity Designs XLR8-V2 Conversion

Diggity Designs new XLR8-V2 is a carbon fibre and aluminium conversion kit for the Associated TC3 and TC4. The V2 has a newly designed chassis, top-plate, LiPo brace and battery strap for optimzed LiPo and brushless racing. The chassis is narrower with the weight on the battery side moved back to level out the balance of the motor and electronics. The motor cutout is open to allow mounting of any brushless motor, while the LiPo brace can be mounted in one of three positions to help balance the kit out from left to right without adding lots of weight on the battery side. The V2 has a 2.5mm chassis, top-plate, LiPO brace and battery straps (instead of 3mm that is included with the original XLR8) along with 3mm front and rear shock towers. The new chassis and top-plate will help improve performance for asphalt but still keep its performance at top level for carpet racing.

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