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Old 11-09-2012, 12:06 PM   #2146
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Here's my Xray T4.
Probably my best wiring job so far.
Nice, I have never tried to re route the servo wire. And where is the PT?

Only suggestion might be line up the esc and rec with the chassis edge to give it a clean smooth line
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Old 11-09-2012, 12:22 PM   #2147
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Nice, I have never tried to re route the servo wire. And where is the PT?

Only suggestion might be line up the esc and rec with the chassis edge to give it a clean smooth line
Thanks for the input
I thougt about that possibilty too, but then decided that i wanted to show some of chassis' carbon. You can't really see it in the picture but there are 1-2 mm gaps between servo receiver and speedo for the same reason.
But I'm still playing with the thougt of redoing it the way you suggested. Might do that when I get my new ESC.

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Old 11-09-2012, 12:25 PM   #2148
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Oh, just noticed I forgot about the PT.
You see the blue LED between speedo and motor?
That's were the transponder is
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Here's my Xray T4.
Probably my best wiring job so far.
very nice!!

P.S. I like that brand battery you have there
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Old 11-10-2012, 12:59 AM   #2150
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very nice!!

P.S. I like that brand battery you have there

I like them too
Best batteries ever
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:22 AM   #2153
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Thinking of changing motor wires as bit heavy.
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Thinking of changing motor wires as bit heavy.
I would turn the ESC for 180, then the wires would be on the left side of the car and gives a much better and cleaner wire solution and go for 16AWG wires
That's what i will do when i had this car
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I would turn the ESC for 180, then the wires would be on the left side of the car and gives a much better and cleaner wire solution and go for 16AWG wires
That's what i will do when i had this car
He could also turn it 90 deg and run the motor wire in the tunnel above the center pivot and below the side dampers like I did. There is plenty of room.

+1 on the 16G wires. They work great and will not impede pod moment in any way.
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He could also turn it 90 deg and run the motor wire in the tunnel above the center pivot and below the side dampers like I did. There is plenty of room.

+1 on the 16G wires. They work great and will not impede pod moment in any way.
That's ofcourse also possible
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Thank you for posting my pics for me! I am not good with computers and the first time i tried to post it did not show the pics so i deleted and inserted the link in hopes that would take people to the pictures.
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Wow. You guys really have some clean wiring jobs! The wiring on my TC looks like a bird's nest.
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I found an older pic of my TC5, that somebody asked about...this was the car I built for the 2009 USVTA Nationals...1st major race for me..
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