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Old 04-21-2017, 08:10 AM   #12961
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Those flash white! How not scale!

Try this instead.
Not to mention that it won't only flash when you lift and coast charging the MGU-K...
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We need Tamiya to re-release the sparking diffusers they used to sell for the F101 and F102.

Not recommended for carpet.
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Thank you guys for the links Just a quick question, if I went with one of those ebay lights, would I be soldering directly to the +- terminals on my ESC? Similar to how the BEC is attached?
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Depending which voltage you buy. 5 or 6v version can be put into a free channel of the receiver by adding a servo plug and the 9v version can be connected to the battery wires.

You can also get the led only:
50pcs 5mm Red Diffused Round Self Flash Flashing LED Blink Bright Leds Light New | eBay

And determ the right resistor and connect it with a servo wire.
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Old 04-21-2017, 08:51 AM   #12965
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Depending which voltage you buy. 5 or 6v version can be put into a free channel of the receiver by adding a servo plug and the 9v version can be connected to the battery wires.

You can also get the led only:
50pcs 5mm Red Diffused Round Self Flash Flashing LED Blink Bright Leds Light New | eBay

And determ the right resistor and connect it with a servo wire.
I think I'm going to try out the pre-wired units before I try making one with my own resistors lol. It seems simple enough to put it in a free channel on my RX. I think I'll do that and try to keep the wire routing as clean as possible. Thank you
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Old 04-22-2017, 11:17 AM   #12966
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Here are three pics of my recently completed WRC F-one
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Old 04-22-2017, 12:21 PM   #12967
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what wheels are those
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Old 04-22-2017, 12:26 PM   #12968
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Bit late, but I had a similar request at the F104 Pro topic and got a good answer;
76T 64p is 57T 48p in diameter, so actually smaller than 60T 48p. I need 1,9 FRD on our track. Just took delivery and it all fits very nicely.

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Demon Power Products - Servicing Radio Control Cars Since 1978 - 01252 343132 down at bottom of the page
I wanted to stick to 48p as I have a lot of spurs and pinions from my TC and I think 48p more robust for outdoor racing than 64p.

So I found and bought those: 66t, 60t, 58t (all 48p)
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Old 04-22-2017, 12:31 PM   #12969
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You can also get the led only:
50pcs 5mm Red Diffused Round Self Flash Flashing LED Blink Bright Leds Light New | eBay

And determ the right resistor and connect it with a servo wire.
Thats what I did as well - and got some plastic sockets in addition to get a clean mounting somewhere on the rear wing.
Didn't receive the stuff yet but might post a picture as soon as I got it going!
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Old 04-22-2017, 12:40 PM   #12970
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what wheels are those
Those tires are included in the kit (WRC f-one) - they are named WRC p-one.

I'm new to F1-racing but got the same car and will be racing my first F1 race on sun in 1 week time
(I'll still have to change the tyes as we have to use the Ride tyres)
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WRC P-one:
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Yeah - a bit late ... but thanks anyway!

I allready got a good hint:


I wanted to stick to 48p as I have a lot of spurs and pinions from my TC and I think 48p more robust for outdoor racing than 64p.

So I found and bought those: 66t, 60t, 58t (all 48p)
Do these spurs carry a center bearing?
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No, they don't, you need a spacer to fit them, Tamiya 54215.

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Old 04-23-2017, 05:50 AM   #12974
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No, they don't, you need a spacer to fit them, Tamiya 54215.

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Yes, that's exactly the part I'm using as well!
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Does anyone have info info on the following Ride tyres
#26040: GR F-1 fronts
#26041: GR-X F-1 fronts
#26042: GR F-1 rears

The Ride site has them as high grip tyres so does this mean they are pretty much same as the 26030 and 26031 preglued?

I was racing on the weekend and was swapping between the 26030/26031 Rides and Pits. Frustrating having to adjust ride height for every change of brand.

Hoping these are a grippier version of original Rides which will make swapping tyres a much easier process.
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