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Old 04-23-2009, 10:03 AM   #391
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Default Rev. 5 Lipo

my best attempt at a neat lipo setup using the deans connectors. the bottom half of the deans is ca'd to the lipo so you can pull the speedo side or charger lead on/off. seems to work pretty good. This is the new car with the recessed lipo pocket.
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Old 04-23-2009, 10:20 PM   #392
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What happened to your motor shortly after taking that photo?
motor is still good. went through a spur tho
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Old 04-23-2009, 10:32 PM   #393
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my best attempt at a neat lipo setup using the deans connectors. the bottom half of the deans is ca'd to the lipo so you can pull the speedo side or charger lead on/off. seems to work pretty good. This is the new car with the recessed lipo pocket.
are you running 13 gauge to the battery and 16 to the motor? or something similar?

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Old 04-24-2009, 03:11 AM   #394
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motor is still good. went through a spur tho
Good to hear, sounded more like a shattered rotor
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Old 04-24-2009, 05:16 AM   #395
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How do you guys black out all the wires? Especially the ESC and Servo wires???
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Old 04-24-2009, 05:43 AM   #396
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Heres a piccy of my mi3.5. enjoy

Very nice job. Well done. (if only NOSRAM could change to purple..)
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Old 04-24-2009, 05:48 AM   #397
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How do you guys black out all the wires? Especially the ESC and Servo wires???
Sharpie or as us SA people call it a koki (Born and Raised in East London SA)

Or dye the wires
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Sharpie or as us SA people call it a koki (Born and Raised in East London SA)

Or dye the wires
Thanks man... I thought so, but it seems to easy!
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My try after years away from racing....
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are you running 13 gauge to the battery and 16 to the motor? or something similar?

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yes exactly, 13ga to battery, 16ga to motor. Running tq wire, very flexible, you can check it out here: www.tqracing.com

It's always better to just run 16ga. for everything in 1/12th, but i was able to get away with running 13ga in this situation. I figure why not especially being that its such low voltage it def. cant hurt any.
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Superb job. Well done!

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Here is a pair of TA05's. Top one is mine, and the second one belongs to a good friend. I did the soldering for him and helped him with the placement.

Mine needs a new shorter sensor wire. But other than that it is pretty clean I think for the tub chassis TA05.



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Finally! Heres my TM E4 C1 (T/A)
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