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Old 09-12-2013, 02:44 PM   #2491
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Thats sick. Which servo is that? Do you have a picture of the side switch and how you routed the wires?
That's a Hobbywing V3.1. There is no switch.

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You are going to have to post a tutorial on your amazing wiring techniques at some stage, they're incredible
Takes some creativity, time and talent. Lack one and you'll end up with a mediocre wiring job.
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Takes some creativity, time and talent. Lack one and you'll end up with a mediocre wiring job.
You forgot motivation.

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Old 09-12-2013, 02:57 PM   #2494
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^ Silver body clips? Pull it together man, you have a rep to uphold.

One day I will build a car 1/3 as nice then promptly retire from RC.
Gotta have a little contrast color in there! Thanks!

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Thats sick. Which servo is that? Do you have a picture of the side switch and how you routed the wires?
Thanks! It's a Futaba 9551. And like Mike said there's no switch, there's a button on the front side of the esc.

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Thanks man! Maybe someday I'll get some sort of how to together.
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Thanks! It's a Futaba 9551. And like Mike said there's no switch, there's a button on the front side of the esc.
Sorry after I read it again I see the confusion, I mean the switch of the wires on the servo Didn't you change the wires so they come out on the other side?
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Old 09-12-2013, 03:10 PM   #2496
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Sorry after I read it again I see the confusion, I mean the switch of the wires on the servo Didn't you change the wires so they come out on the other side?
Ahh haha. Yes I did re route the servo wires, as well as the esc wires. Pop the servo open and re solder the wires on facing the other way. You have to sand the end case and get creative with how you route the wires through the servo so it all fits together again. Takes about an hour to do.
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Ok cool. Wanted to do this to my airtronics 94746 but opened it up and looked too tight. Didn't think about taking the dremel to the back cover
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Ok cool. Wanted to do this to my airtronics 94746 but opened it up and looked too tight. Didn't think about taking the dremel to the back cover
Yeah you definitely have to sand that end cover to get some space. I've never seen the inside of that servo, but I'm sure there's room to re route the wire, just have to get creative.
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With some servos you don't need to sand and just need to resolder and flip the end of the casing in the opposite direction.
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Here's a better picture of my Tamiya 417 with the Smokem V7 conversion and FX chassis.
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Nice Job, but why the O-rings on the steeringblocks?
Won't they make the suspension bind?

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Just finished wiring up the new VBC Racing Wildfire D06:

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Just finished wiring up the new VBC Racing Wildfire D06:

I need to have you shoot my cars! Lol. Looks good man!
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Default Awesomatix A700L with Tekin 17.5 GEN2

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What are those super slim wheels i see people using? are they just for show purposes?
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