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Old 10-29-2012, 08:17 AM   #2116
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OK, thank You. It looks perfect, in my point of view much better than stock blue metalic.
Haven't open my Pulsar yet but I think there are 4 screws to remove upper case and some more screws to remove display part from upper case, is it correct?
What brand is the power supply, LRP? Looks like "direct fit"... my Muchmore 24A is a few cm shorter, doesn't fit so precisely but it is still OK.
Yes, 4 screws to get the top of.
Then 6 screws to get the screen of the uppercase.
You can disassemble the wires with care.

These are indeed the 14Amps Nosram (LRP) Power supply's, the charger is a bit wider, but it's okay.

Good luck :-)

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Heres some of my other wiring jobs for customers

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Old 10-30-2012, 03:39 AM   #2118
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Good luck :-)
Thank You. I don't wanna make some damage but it looks so good in that carbon look!

BTW I see some wire sleeves used to manage cables. Any tips (brand, links) for flexible, soft touch, non-conductive wire/cable sleeves?
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This may be a dumb question, but I notice some pictures the esc to motor wires are crossed and come aren't. Do you have to wire A to A, B to B, C to C or can you go A to C, B to B, C to A?
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This may be a dumb question, but I notice some pictures the esc to motor wires are crossed and come aren't. Do you have to wire A to A, B to B, C to C or can you go A to C, B to B, C to A?
Sensored motors have to be wired A-A, B-B and C-C.
Sensorless motors can be wired any combination you want. On sensorless motors you can swap two phases around to change the motor's rotation direction if need be. Only way to change sensored motor direction is to use an esc that allows the direction to be changed via programming.
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No thoughts on my previous post? thought if i put a list of some of the wiring jobs ive done thought i might get a response of some sort :/
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LOVE IT MAN, Finally another drifter!
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Hahahaha innercooler is a nice touch
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No thoughts on my previous post? thought if i put a list of some of the wiring jobs ive done thought i might get a response of some sort :/
You shouldn't post pics with the expectation of a reply. Trust me, regardless of whether or not our illustrations receive replies, there are people benefiting.
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Alright, just that, im a person that likes feedback. Whether it be good or bad so i know what to do next and what to improve next. But if you say people are benefiting either way i guess that gives me a bit of relief haha
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some of those drift cars get me kind of interested to see how they perform on the track. too bad a lot of them are very expensive to take a chance on, though maybe ill get a d3 to muck with.

nice clean wiring though dont get too discouraged when people dont respond. only so much you can do to wire a car and there is 142 pages of it lol.
Though tired of seeing cf vinyl and black wires =\
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