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Glen
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RETURN OF THE 9.6v DRILL

http://www.kmart.com.au/catalogue/productDetails.htm?p2_no=75377

excellent, $14.99 (ill take a couple this time hehe)
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Kmart have had them for ages.

I gave one to you last robowars.
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Exellent! (you can run these at 12v easy right?) Very Happy
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correct
thats what cobra does and the power he has is pretty impressive
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Glen
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yeah there the best setup for me at least. dont forgot ye elde IG mk2 that thing has some fairly UBER power.

just got myself 3, for $15 each woohoo. exactly the same as a kk2 in every way shape and form bar the colour of the case.

btw 550rpm and 1 speed trigger, no variable speed for all those shameful types who want to use the trigger as a controller! (jokes Razz )
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btw

DIGITOR 18V DRILLS AT DICK SMITH ARE NOW $20 untill about the 28th or march or something

Ill be gettin me some o those Cool
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just got myself 3, for $15 each woohoo. exactly the same as a kk2 in every way shape and form bar the colour of the case.



apart from kk2's are $9.95 in WA. Cool

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Ya Ya Ya Death runs 2 Drill motors running at 12 volts. good batteries really make the diffrence.
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indeed, cobra went like a bizatch with its good nicads and 9.6v drives. i dont think your going to have a better drill setup than the 9.6v @ 12v.
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Are they still available? Smile
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indeed, cobra went like a bizatch with its good nicads and 9.6v drives.


Thats what gave I.G. such awesome Plan-B-bouncing drive power at RoboWars II as well.. Very Happy

I've gone back to the Jaycar 12v Johnson drives at the moment, because I kept breaking the 9.6v KK2 gearboxes (that the secret of why IG is reliable again now Glen.. Wink),

But if we can find a way to get a reliable gearbox together for them, then they certainly seem to be a nice cheap power combo.
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But if we can find a way to get a reliable gearbox together for them, then they certainly seem to be a nice cheap power combo.


Can anyone say, Andrew's Gearbox Mod 3000 Razz ?
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just flicking through the DSE catalogue

12v drill for $19.95 - 550rpm and 12nm torque

18v drill for $29.95 - 900rpm and 18nm torque

24v drill for $49.80 - 0-500rpm and 0-1400rpm, 20nm torque.
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Wow, actual drill stats! Thanks!

Kmart, had a sale last week of $10 Maximate 12v drills. I had to drive around but found 6. But now I`m not sure if I would prefer 9.6 at 12v or 24 at 36v!

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I know where you can Mabuchi 550 motors for US$3.50
http://www.allelectronics.com/cgi-bin/category.cgi?category=400&item=DCM-104&type=store

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