|Dec 03, 2002, 12:17 PM|
Uk price is £12.95
So $20 looks achievable
However its up at $27 on Multiplex USA...
http://www.eflightpower.com/powertrain.htm has $22
I think you are unlikley to get much better than that. $25-$30 seems more reasonable, bearing in mind shipping costs..
|Dec 03, 2002, 01:19 PM|
it did look too good to be true really.
It costs me about $50 in diesel to visit my local hobbystore. Then they don't have the stock
I tend to mail order, but only small things till I get some feel for trustworthiness.
*sigh* I am tryng to buy some flooring as well. None in the country till January..
|Dec 03, 2002, 01:36 PM|
My LHS's don't seem to know what a good battery, motor or ESC is. They don't seem to care enough to research the latest and greatest products. I talked with one of the so called "electric authorities" at one LHS about batteries and he said " batteries are all the same, we don't carry heavy or expensive batteries because we see no point". They have recently discovered the Zagi though only about 2 years behind everyone else.
This is why I have to shop online for almost everything . I really need to start a new hobby store in my area.
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