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Old 04-07-2013, 09:12 PM   #2056
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Finally finished up my wiring.



Just wondering.....why would you run the wires over the deck if there is a nice space made just for the wire underneath the deck?

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Just wondering.....why would you run the wires over the deck if there is a nice space made just for the wire underneath the deck?
In order to program my orion I have to remove the sensor wire out of my motor and if I run the wires under the deck it is much harder.
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In order to program my orion I have to remove the sensor wire out of my motor and if I run the wires under the deck it is much harder.


Ok makes sense.
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Anyone still using the Durango 12x1.5 o rings until the x ray ones hit the states?
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Anyone still using the Durango 12x1.5 o rings until the x ray ones hit the states?
Losi 22 shock orings work better than the durango orings
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By the looks of the setup sheets there's a ball diff option? Does anyone have any idea of when this will be available?
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Finally finished up my wiring.
where did you get the washers you are using on the top deck and that? they look awesome wouldnt mind getting a set myself.
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where did you get the washers you are using on the top deck and that? they look awesome wouldnt mind getting a set myself.
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Thank you i found them it looks like the 3mm ones? Was you able to use the same bolts?
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Just wondering.....why would you run the wires over the deck if there is a nice space made just for the wire underneath the deck?
I found it easiest to run the sensor wire, cap wires, and battery wire though the little holder under the center drive shaft and the 3 motor wires over the top deck. I just couldn't fit all the wires through that little area and still make it look clean. It took a lot less wire to run the 3 wires over the top deck too.
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Thank you i found them it looks like the 3mm ones? Was you able to use the same bolts?
3mm and yes.
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where did you get the washers you are using on the top deck and that? they look awesome wouldnt mind getting a set myself.

Amainhobby has the washers in stock.
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I found it easiest to run the sensor wire, cap wires, and battery wire though the little holder under the center drive shaft and the 3 motor wires over the top deck. I just couldn't fit all the wires through that little area and still make it look clean. It took a lot less wire to run the 3 wires over the top deck too.

Nice , less wire,less weight .
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Amainhobby has the washers in stock.
Is one brand better than the other?
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Is one brand better than the other?

I don't think that the brand will make differentce .
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