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Old 03-12-2009, 07:07 AM   #316
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Just needs two wires of the battery and thats all



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i am new to 1:10 Scale cars but this is my best wiring so far

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Old 03-12-2009, 10:17 AM   #319
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it is HPI Pro-D, bro.
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Since this is the wiring thread, If I put bullet plugs between the motor and ESC would I notice a speed difference?
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Since this is the wiring thread, If I put bullet plugs between the motor and ESC would I notice a speed difference?
It will make a huge speed difference when changing out motors dude. Not noticeable when actually running.
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Great thread guys. I always enjoy nice wiring. Here's one of mine:



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jim herrmann's carpet nats ride for next week ...
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jim herrmann's carpet nats ride for next week ...
what wheels are those? and what diameter? thanks
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Where do you get sensor wires like that???
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That's i think an speedpassion sensor wire.
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Old 03-14-2009, 02:15 PM   #327
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Both Speedpassion and Roche has that sensor wire. Is is a normal sensor wire covered with that fibre material
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I'm looking at this picture for a long time, very nice, very clean. My only question is how come the drive line components are flipped around? First I thought the picture was flipped, but the writting is correct, so now you have me wondering if this was done for pinion clearance? But if I remember correctly, if you run it the way you have it doesn't the front belt hit the batteries? If so, you might want to fix that up before you get to the nats.
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I'm looking at this picture for a long time, very nice, very clean. My only question is how come the drive line components are flipped around? First I thought the picture was flipped, but the writting is correct, so now you have me wondering if this was done for pinion clearance?
yes, they are indeed flipped. with the lipo sticks in there, they hang out some (top deck is low). i took advantage of this attribute by moving the belt over so that the cap for the sphere is now tucked inside. has nothing to do with pinion clearance.

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But if I remember correctly, if you run it the way you have it doesn't the front belt hit the batteries? If so, you might want to fix that up before you get to the nats.
thank you. i ran it yesterday, it's pretty solid. i may change it back if we find that the balance is way off (l/r), but not until the weekend is over.

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what wheels are those? and what diameter? thanks
they are old t.m. wheels. they are junk, and so i use them for photos. they are maybe 51mm o.d.

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Where do you get sensor wires like that???
it's a speedpassion soldered to the pigtail that came out of the novak after i cut it off. i took issue with the 8 feet of rainbow colors coming out of it.

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