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Alright, so we already think that the Seahorse SE300 is just about the most compact charger setup for the on-the-go needs, but then we stumbled upon the Nanuk Nano 330. This tiny little case can fit into larger pockets, and it is big enough to house an ISDT charger, with inputs and outputs, as well as a balance board. The cases are clear, so bystanders can marvel at the clean wiring within the case. They come in great colors, of course we went with the green one. These kits will come with an aluminum deck plate and brackets, in order...

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4010 Duo, Charger Case, iCharger -

For those looking for the ultimate in portable charging, we have created a charging plate that is compatible with a Seahorse SE520 case. It was a tight fit, but it fits, and it's awesome! It is designed to house the iCharger in the center of the plate, charging ports near the lower section, and two HP server power supplies run in series. The power supplies are in a saddle type setup, with one on each side of the case. There is a big 80mm fan to move plenty of air to keep it cool, too. With the ability to charge...

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Charger Case, ISDT, T8 -

For those looking for a little more power in their portable charging setup than one with the ISDT Q6, we designed this charger kit based around the ISDT T8 charger, which outputs up to 8S at 30 amps! All this is crammed in a tiny Seahorse SE300 hard case with a power supply. We used a 1200w HP server power supply in this particular build. It is setup so that you can take the charger with you on the go, and power it off of a large battery or plug it into the wall when you get back home. Since...

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Desert Lizard Shocks, RC Crawler, SCX10ii, Yeah Racing -

Alright, so we haven't had much experience with all the different varieties of shocks out there to choose from, but we have had some. The stock TRX4 shocks are great, the stock Axial ones, kit or not, leak right out of the box. We have sources that explain that high end incisions leak out of the box and need to be topped off after each ride. Many of the cheaper shocks in the $25-30 range (blue ones, specifically) are complete junk and blow out and leak and explode on the trail. We have Proline slash shocks in a 90mm flavor...

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Axial, RC Crawler, SCX10ii -

We have just recently acquired a slightly used Axial SCX10ii CRC Jeep Wrangler RC crawler rig, since we loved building the Axial-based Wraith so much. We love our TRX4 to the max, but something about the simplicity of the Axial setups are just intriguing. Less parts to break, much less weight, and pure crawler performance. We hope to be doing some upgrading soon and tweaking on this platform, and perhaps bring some aftermarket parts to the table. So far, we have taken it on a drive, and it appears to be very capable right out of the box. Though, we...

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